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AGENCY OF CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT - ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL ACTIVATION 'S A S'

SECTION I

 

GENERAL PROVISIONS

 

§ 1

Agency of Co-operation and Development - Association of Social Activation 'SAS' hereinafter referred to as the Association. The Association acts pursuant to the provisions of the Law of April 7th 1989: Law on Societies and possesses legal personality.

 

§ 2

 

The Association is established for indefinite period of time.

 

§ 3

 

The seat of the Association is town of Janów Lubelski.

 

§ 4

 

The scope of the Association`s activities is the territory of Poland. To realise its objectives the Association may also act outside the country.

 

§ 5

 

The Association may use badges and seals according to the regulations in force.

 

§ 6

 

The Association co-operates with other local and international organisations, the activities of which are convergent with the mandate and objectives of the Association. The Association may be member of such organisations and retains full autonomy.

 

§ 7

 

The Association has based its activities on social work of its members. To manage its affairs the Association may employ workers.

 

SECTION II

 

OBJECTIVES, FORMS OF ACTIVITIES

 

§ 8

 

Objectives of the Association are:

  • to help people injured in traffic accidents,
  • to form social relationships to help to integrate a family, school, work, local community, the disabled, the old, and people,
  • to activate self-help groups,
  • to undertake activities to render usable unused objects, use them for statutory objectives and to run economic activities,
  • to inspire activities aiming to develop and promote the region,
  • to support and promote regional cultural institutions and educational care centres,
  • to support and promote sport and recreation,
  • to undertake activities aiming to free access to information, which is necessary to development of public society,
  • to support charity and humanitarian activities,
  • to support social activity of citizens, among them social groups like: the disabled, seniors, the homeless, the unemployed, children, women, and other groups that need support,
  • to write and introduce programmes on ecology and environment protection,
  • to propagate and support all initiatives aiming to promote pro-community and pro-civil attitudes.

 

§ 9

 

To achieve the objectives mentioned in § 8, the Association:

  • organises self-help groups,
  • supports the people in need materially and financially,
  • helps people injured in traffic accidents,
  • co-operates with other local and international organisations and institutions to achieve the Association`s objectives,
  • educates in forms of: courses, trainings, conferences, consultations,
  • creates informational system (Database on non-profit organisations and institutions of the region),
  • co-operates with state and local authorities, economy sector and mass media interested in development of local society,
  • publishes informational brochures,
  • activates local society in the process of European integration and international co-operation,
  • speaks publicly on matters related to the Association`s objectives,
  • tries to influence systemic changes for socially usable purposes.

 

§ 10

 

The organisation may run economic activity under rules stated in separate regulations. Profits from economic activity are appropriated for realisation of the Association`s statutory activity and may not be divided among members of the Association.

 

SECTION III

 

MEMBERS RIGHTS AND DUTIES

 

§11

 

The Association consists of:

  • ordinary members,
  • supporting members,
  • honorary members.

 

§ 12

 

Members of the Association may be private persons and legal persons. Legal person acts in the Association through its representative.

Legal person may be only a supporting member of the Association.

 

§ 13

 

Ordinary member may be a private person who has full capacity to perform acts in law and is a polish citizen or a foreigner.

The Board approves membership declaration having recommendations of two ordinary members by its own decision within the period of two months from the date of the application. In the case of rejection of the application, the interested party has the right to appeal to the General Assembly within one month from being served the decision of the Board. The appeal is to be considered during the next meeting of the General Assembly. The decision of the General Assembly is final.

 

§ 14

 

  1. An ordinary member has the right to:
    • elect and be elected a member of the Association`s authorities,
    • participate at the meeting of the General Assembly with a vote,
    • propose motions and postulates concerning activity of the Association,
    • benefit from the Association in the scope of activities accordant with the Association`s objectives,
    • take part in works, meetings and other activities of the Association with the right to vote.
  2. Ordinary member is obliged to:
    • act compatibly with the provisions of the statutes and observe the decisions of the Association,
    • pay regular membership fees,
    • actively participate in the realisation of objectives of the Association,
    • take care of the Association`s property.

 

§ 15

 

Supporting member may be a private person or legal person who is interested in content-related activity of the Association, accepts its objectives and declares to support the Association. The Board decides on granting supporting membership after reception of written declaration.

Supporting member is obliged to obey regulations included in the signed declaration.

Supporting member has the right to:

  • participate at the meetings of the General Assembly with an advisory vote,
  • propose motions and postulate to the Association`s authorities concerning activities undertaken by the Association,
  • support the Association as he declared to do in the signed declaration.

 

§ 16

 

Honorary membership of the Association is granted to a private person with special merits for the realisations of the Association`s statutory activities.

The honorary membership is awarded by the General Assembly of the Members, at the suggestion of the Board.

Honorary member has the right to:

  • to participate in the realisation of the Association`s statutory activities with an advisory vote,
  • he possesses all the rights of an ordinary member,
  • to be excluded from paying membership fees,
  • to participate in the realisation of the Association`s statutory activities with an advisory vote.

 

§ 17

 

Organisation`s membership is terminated as a result of:

  • member`s written resignation submitted to the Board after having regulated all
  • member`s death or loss of legal personality by supporting member,
  • member`s being in arrears with membership dues or member`s not present at the meeting of General Assembly for the period of two years,
  • the Board`s decision to exclude a member from the Association as a result of member`s disservice to the Association.

An excluded member has the right to appeal in writing against the decision to the General Assembly within the period of 14 days from being served the decision of the Board. The appeal is to be considered during the next meeting of the General Assembly. The decision of the General Assembly is final.

 

SECTION IV

 

AUTHORITIES OF THE ORGANISATION

 

§ 18

 

The authority organs of the Association are:

  • the General Assembly
  • the Board
  • the Audit Board

 

§ 19

 

Election to the Association`s authorities is taken in secret voting with the ordinary majority of votes.

If there is no quorum present, the Board postpones the meeting to a date not more than 20 days later. In that case decisions are made by ordinary majority of votes irrespective to the number of present members.

 

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF MEMBERS

 

§ 20

 

The highest body of the Association is the General Assembly of Members.

The General Assembly of Members may be:

  • ordinary,
  • extraordinary.

The Ordinary General Assembly is summoned by the Board once in a year to report on its activities and once every three years to report on its activities and to elect. The Board shall inform members of the Association in writing about the time, place and agenda of the General Assembly meeting at least 14 days ahead.

The General Assembly of Members debates according to the approved session regulation.

An Extraordinary General Assembly shall be called by the Board:

  • on their own initiative,
  • t the request of the Audit Board,
  • at a written motion of at least 1/3 of ordinary members of the Association.

The Extraordinary General Assembly should be summoned within one month from the date of the proposal or request of meeting. The Extraordinary General Assembly should decide on matters for which it was summoned.

Decisions of the General Assembly are taken in secret voting by the majority of votes in the presence of at least half of all members with a vote.

The General Assembly is managed by the President of the General Assembly elected each time in secret voting by the majority of votes .

During voting, when the number of votes for and against is equal, the vote of the President of the General Assembly is decisive.

 

§ 21

 

The General Assembly of Members:

  • establishes the statutes of the Association and takes decisions concerning their alteration,
  • establishes the programme of activities,
  • approves regulations of the Board and of the Audit Board,
  • elects and the President of the Board and the President of the Audit Board,
  • calls off the President of the Board and the President of Audit Board,
  • acknowledges the fulfilment of duties by the Board of the Association,
  • defines the minimum membership fee,
  • decides on dissolution of the Association and appropriation of the Association`s property,
  • considers appeals from the decision of the Managing Board,
  • decides on awarding honorary memberships,
  • reviews activities of the Board and the Audit Board.

 

THE BOARD

 

§ 22

 

The Board consists of 3 to 7 persons, including the President. At the first session the Board elects from its members a secretary and a treasurer. The Board may also elect a vice-president.

The term of the Board is three 3 years.

Decisions of the Board are taken in a secret voting by the majority of votes in the presence of at least half of all members with a vote. During voting, when the number of votes for and against is equal, the vote of the President of the Board is decisive.

The Board meets in case it is necessary, but not less than once in three months.

Meetings of the Board are summoned by the President.

 

§ 23

 

The Board is obliged to:

  • to realise decisions of the General Assembly and to manage the activities of the Association according to the Association`s statutes,
  • to decide on the Associations activities and budget estimate,
  • to administer the property of the Association,
  • to decide on salaries of the Association`s workers,
  • to decide on property acquisition or property alienation,
  • to decide on incurring obligations,
  • to summon General Assembly meetings,
  • to grant membership to ordinary members and supporting members as well as to exclude them,
  • to adjudicate disputes among the Association`s members concerning the activity of the Association,
  • to report on its activities at the meeting of the General Assembly,
  • to decide on regulations included in the statute,
  • in extraordinary situations exclude from paying membership fees,
  • to represent the Association outside and act on behalf of the Association,
  • two members acting together are authorised to submit statements of will on behalf of the Association.

 

§ 24

 

The Board acts under its own regulation which is approved by the General Assembly.

 

§ 25

 

To manage its affairs the Board may establish the Office of the Association and its Director.

The Director manages operations of the Office under regulations approved by the Board.

 

THE AUDIT BOARD

 

§ 26

 

The Audit Board is a body established by the Association to control and supervise its activities

The Audit Board consists of 3 members from whom the President of the Audit Board is elected.

The Audit Board`s term is three years.

 

§ 27

 

The Audit Board has the right to:

  • control at least once in a year whether the Board`s activities comply with the Statute, with the decisions of the General Assembly and with the budget estimate,
  • to propose motions and request explanations to the Board as a result of conducted controls,
  • to summon the Extraordinary General Assembly if the Board did not fulfil its statutory obligations,
  • to summon a meeting of the Board,
  • to summon a meeting of the General Assembly in case it was not summoned by the Main Board within a period specified in the Statute,
  • to submit proposals at the meeting of the General Assembly to acknowledge the fulfilment of duties by the Board of the Association,
  • to report on its own activities to the General Assembly.

 

§ 28

 

Decisions of the Audit Board are voted in a secret voting by the majority of votes in the presence of all members of the Audit Board.

 

§ 29

 

Members of the Audit Board may not hold other positions in the Association`s authorities and may not be workers of the Association.

Members of the Audit Board may participate in the Board`s meetings with an advisory vote.

The Audit Board acts under its own regulation which is approved by the General Assembly.

The Audit Board has the right to request explanations concerning supervised matters from all members and authorities of the Association.

 

SECTION V

 

ECONOMIC ACTIVITY

 

§ 30

 

The Board of the Association may undertake economic activity on behalf of the Association.

The Board defines:

  • organisational forms and basic rules of economic activity of the Association,
  • assets of the Association that may be appropriated for economic activity,
  • The Board may define maximal amount of money that may be appropriated for specified economic activity,

The Audit Board may propose motions to the Board:

  • to define forms of economic activity that may be run by the Association,
  • to stop running economic activity by a subject established by the Association.

 

§ 31

 

The Board may designate to members of the Board to run economic activity on behalf of the Association. Before that The Board gets familiar with the rules and concepts that will be realised.

Members running economic activity are authorised to act on behalf of the Association without the need to obtain proper authorisation. Designated members represent the Board of the Association in the scope of run activity before a notary, courts and economic institutions (local and international). They may designate legal representatives to act on behalf of them.

Members running economic activity periodically submit economic report to the Board.

The Board of the Association may suspend given authorisation to run economic activity and call off legal representatives mentioned in point 2. The Board may then designate new members to run economic activity.

 

§ 32

 

The Audit Board supervises and controls economic activity.

The Audit Board is authorised to request explanations from members of the Board any time it is necessary and to inspect economic activity and show conclusions to the Board.

 

SECTION VI

 

PROPERTY OF THE ORGANISATION AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

 

§ 33

 

The Association obtains financial and material means from:

  • membership fees,
  • donations, bequests, financial donations from private persons, public collections,
  • revenue from the statutory activity, revenues from own economic activity,
  • revenues from the Association`s property,
  • revenues from ownership capital (interest, deposits, shares),
  • revenues from the immovables and movables owned or beneficially owned by the Association,
  • grants, contracts, subsidies, financial resources from public funds,
  • revenues from economic activity run under separate regulations.

Membership fees shall be paid by the end of the first quarter of each year. New members shall pay their membership fees within four weeks from a reception of the membership approval according to regulations made by the General Assembly.

 

SECTION VII

 

CHANGE OF THE STATUTE AND DISSOLUTION OF THE ORGANISATION

 

§ 34

 

A change of the statute or introduction of alterations to the statute made by the General Assembly of Members takes places by the majority of 2/3 votes in the presence of at least half of all members authorised to vote.

Decision to dissolve the Association made by the General Assembly of Members takes places by the majority of 2/3 votes in the presence of at least 2/3 of all members authorised to vote.

Proposition to change the statute must be submitted in writing. The content of the proposition must be given in the notification summoning the General Assembly.

The General Assembly designates Liquidations Committee which conducts liquidation of the Association. The General Assembly also designates foundations and organisations with objectives convergent to the objectives of the Association and appropriates property of the Association to them.

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