The Investment Policy adopted by the Board of Directors is intended to be conservative enough and flexible enough to provide stability in the endowment’s corpus. This is not to say that the value of the corpus will never decrease from its true value during a market downtown. However, in such an instance of this happening, it is anticipated that it will be short-lived and, as has historically happened, the corpus value will return to its “whole” number as the market corrects following a down turn. Be assured the corpus will not decrease or lose money because an extreme risk is taken in the funds’ investment. Rather, such an event will be tied only to a market down turn that will ultimately correct, restoring the corpus value to its “whole” state.

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