The Board of Directors of the Regina Foundation realizes our number one priority is the necessity to be good stewards of the gifts entrusted to our organization. We are accountable to each and every donor. To assure that we merit your respect and trust, we ascribe to the following donor rights and investment objectives.
The investment objective of the Foundation’s Board of Directors is to protect and increase the principal of the Foundation’s investments, while maximizing the return on these investments, consistent with principles of prudence and diversification. Individual funds are reviewed and appropriately invested according to time horizon, liquidity needs, and risk tolerance. All funds are held by the corporation as a steward for the sake of carrying out its mission and purposes.
The Foundation Board of Directors and its Finance Committee are authorized to retain one or more Investment Managers to assume the investment management of funds and assets owned or administered by the Foundation. To accomplish the Foundation‛s investment objectives, the Manager is authorized to utilize portfolios of equity securities (common stocks and convertible securities), fixed income securities and short-term (cash) investments. As a guide to accomplishing these objectives, the Manager remains within the ranges provided in the board‛s Investment Guidelines.
The Finance Committee reviews the investment portfolios on a quarterly basis and the full board on a bi-annual basis.