Publication on May 16TH, 2018
GLOBAL PAINT FOR CHARITY ANNOUNCES THE RESIGNATION OF ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Global Paint for Charity, a sustainable paint waste management agency and the leading provider of used paint around the world, today announced the resignation of its Board of Directors.
Rony Delgarde who is the Founder, President and CEO of Global Paint for Charity for 8 years states that” he was very surprised and disappointed by the decision being made by his appointees of the entire Board members of his nonprofit organization at the last meeting when they had requested his resignation from his current position at his non-profit Global Paint for Charity, Inc. It is very unethical for board members of any organization to demand a request from a founder and a president of an organization without any findings of probable causes to sensitive issues or ongoing investigations from judicial procedures. Even though these GPC’s Board of Directors do not really understand the functions and complex ideas behind the Global Paint for Charity, Rony Delgarde have trusted and put his beliefs on them to help him carrying on with structural building up the process of his organization.
Due to these unwanted circumstances, they all are voluntarily resigned from Global Paint for Charity’s Board which is relevant to do so. As many of you have already known for 8 years, Rony Delgarde works very hard (days and nights) in every area of this organization to maintain and fulfill its missions. As Founder, President and CEO of Global Paint for Charity, he will continue to focus on the most important tasks of this organization. After he has put his trust in the Directors and believe in them, they have let him down. However, Rony Delgarde states that” I have no other choice but to move forward with Global Paint for Charity’s mission to protect the environment in the United States and change people lives in Developing Countries around the world One Gallon of Paint at a Time.”
Via emails on May 1st, 2018, the Six (6) Directors and the Chairman of the Global Paint for Charity have submitted in their resignation effective as of May 1st, 2018.
The resigning Chairman (Cliff Stanford) stated that, he spoke with other Board of Directors further about the process and expressed that the entire Board of Directors do not need to have further meetings at this point. If any Directors want to resign from the board, the process is to send an email to Rony Delgarde. And he asked that the Directors copy him so that their resignation can be recorded. The six other Board of Directors (James Tompkins, Vickie Irwin, Sam Tandon, Homer Torres, Joshua Jones, and Ted Williams) concurred with the Chairman’s decision, have in turn emailed in their individual resignation from the Board of GPC, effective as of the same date.
Rony Delgarde/ Founder, President and CEO of Global Paint for Charity wished the resigned Chairman and all resigned Board Members of GPC his best wishes for future success in all their endeavors.
For more information, please contact:
Rony S. Delgarde
President & CEO, Global Paint for Charity, Inc.
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