to resolution 1
of 2 February 2021
Council of the Foundation “Young People Foundation”
on amending the statute
THE “YOUNG PEOPLE” FOUNDATION
1. Foundation called “YOUTH FOUNDATION” , hereinafter referred to as the Foundation, established by:
6.Paulina Maria Szychowska
7.Piotr Konrad Latek
hereinafter referred to as the founders, by a notarial deed drawn up by a notary public Elżbieta Wieprzkowicz at a notary’s office in Skierniewice, ul. Reymonta 23, on June 21, 2012, operates pursuant to the provisions of Polish law and these Articles of Association.
2. The foundation is apolitical and not related to any confession.
The Foundation has legal personality.
The seat of the foundation is Łódź.
1. The area of the Foundation’s activity is the Republic of Poland, however, to the extent necessary for the proper achievement of goals, it may also operate outside the territory of the Republic of Poland.
2. The Foundation may use with the translation of the name
in selected foreign languages.
3. The Foundation may use its graphic symbols and seals.
4. The Foundation can open offices, branches and branches outside its headquarters.
5. The Foundation is supervised by the Minister of Labor and Policy Social.
The Foundation may establish badges, medals of honor and award them, along with other awards and distinctions, to natural and legal persons of merit for the foundation.
Aims and principles of the Foundation’s operation.
The Foundation’s goals are:
1) measures for sustainable rural development,
2) activation of the rural population,
3) activities aimed at the development, protection and promotion of the natural environment, landscape and historical and cultural resources, popularization and development of the production of regional choices, p>
4) supporting the development of education, education and upbringing,
5) supporting the development of entrepreneurship and local initiatives,
6) development of civil society and social activity of citizens,
7) activities for the promotion of employment and professional activation,
8) activities promoting physical culture and sport,
9) social assistance, including help for families and people in a difficult life situation and providing equal opportunities for these families and people, including supporting the family and foster care system ,
10) activities for the professional and social integration and reintegration of people at risk of social exclusion,
12) protection and promotion of health, including therapeutic activities within the meaning of the Act of 15 April 2011 on medical activities (Journal of Laws of 2015, items 618, 788 and 905)
13) activities for people with disabilities,
14) activities for equal rights of women and men,
15) activities supporting the development of technology, inventiveness and innovation as well as dissemination and implementation of new technical solutions in economic practice,
16) activities for the recreation of children and youth,
17) ecology and protection of animals and protection of natural heritage,
18) activities for European integration and developing contacts and cooperation between societies,
19) promotion and organization of volunteering,
20) promotion of the Republic of Poland abroad,
21) activities for the family, motherhood, parenthood and protection of children’s rights,
22) providing free legal assistance and increasing the legal awareness of the society,
23) providing free civic counseling,
24) activities for people of retirement age,
25) activities for the integration of foreigners,
26) activities for non-governmental organizations and entities listed in art. 3 sec. 3 to the extent specified in Art. 4 sec. 1 points 1-32 of the Act of April 24, 2003 on public benefit activities and volunteering (Journal of Laws No. 96, item 873, as amended)
27 mediation and other out-of-court dispute resolution and the promotion of ideas
1. The Foundation achieves its goals by running a free activity of public benefit for the benefit of the community as a whole or a specific group of entities, provided that this group is distinguished due to a particularly difficult life or material situation in relation to the society.
2. span> The unpaid form of public benefit activity includes the activity:
a) publishing – according to PKD 58.11.Z ” Publishing of books “and PKD 58.19.Z” Other publishing activities “,
b) business and management consultancy – according to PKD 70.22.Z “Other business and management consultancy”,
c) “ Activities of tour operators” – PKD 79.12 . Z,
d) “ Tourism information activities” – PKD 79.90.B,
e) “ Activities related to the organization of fairs, exhibitions and congresses ”- PKD 82.30.Z,
f) activities related to culture – according to PKD 84.12 .Z “Management of activities related to health care, culture and other services”,
g) extracurricular forms of sports education – according to PKD 85.51 .Z “Extracurricular forms of sports education and sports and recreational activities”, and according to PKD 85.59.B “Other extracurricular forms of education, not elsewhere classified”,
h) “ Extracurricular forms of art education” – PKD 85.52.Z,
i) “ Learning foreign languages” – PKD 85.59 .A,
j) “ Educational support activities” – PKD 85.60 . Z,
k) “ Activities supporting the staging of artistic performances” – PKD 90.02.Z,
l) “ Historical activities of places and buildings and similar tourist attractions – PKD 91.03.Z,
m) “ Photography activities” – PKD 74.20. Z,
n) “ Other professional, scientific and technical activities not classified elsewhere ”- PKD 74.90.Z,
o) “ Other sports activities” – PKD 93.19.Z,
p) “ Other amusement and recreation activities” – PKD 93.29.Z,
q) “ Activities of other member organizations elsewhere unclassified ”- PKD 94.99.Z,
r) “ Activities related to job searching and recruiting employees of PKD 78.10.Z ”,
s) Other social assistance without accommodation elsewhere unclassified “PKD 88.99.Z”,
t) “ Legal activities” – PKD 96.10. WITH.
3. span> The Foundation does not conduct any paid form of public benefit activity.
To achieve its goals, the Foundation may support the activities of other people and institutions in line with its goals.
Foundation property and income.
The assets of the Foundation are its founding fund in the amount of 1,000 (one thousand zlotys) and other property acquired by the Foundation in the course of its operation.
1. The Foundation’s income may come, in particular, from:
a) donations, inheritances, bequests,
b) subsidies and subsidies and grants,
c ) income from collections and public events,
d) income from the Foundation’s assets,
2. It is forbidden to:
a) granting loans or securing liabilities with assets of the organization in relation to members of the bodies or employees and persons with whom members of the bodies and employees of the organization are married, cohabiting or in a relationship of kinship or affinity direct, collateral or collateral affinity up to the second degree or are related to adoption, care or guardianship, hereinafter referred to as “relatives”,
b) transfer of their property to members of bodies or employees and their relatives, on terms other than in relation to third parties, in particular, if the transfer is free of charge or on preferential terms, p >
c) use of property for the benefit of members of bodies or employees and their relatives on terms other than in relation to third parties, unless such use results directly from the statutory purpose,
(d) purchase of goods or services from entities in which members of its bodies or employees and their relatives participate, on terms other than in relation to third parties or at prices higher than market prices.
1. Income from grants, subsidies, donations , inheritance and legacies may be used for the purposes of the Foundation only with respect for the will of the heirs or donors.
2. Required declarations for acceptance and inheritance by law, the Board of the Foundation consists of.
3. If a foundation is appointed to inherit its board makes a statement
on accepting the inheritance with the benefit of inventory.
1. Foundation authorities are:
a) Foundation Council,
b) Foundation Board.
2. Foundation Council members may receive remuneration for participate in the work of this body, as well as demand the reimbursement of documented related expenses
with participation in the work of these bodies, including travel expenses.
1. The Foundation Council is the decision-making, controlling and giving opinions on the Foundation, separate from the Management Board and not subject to it in the scope of internal control.
2. The Foundation Council consists of three to nine members.
3. The members of the first composition of the Foundation Council are appointed by the Founders. The next members of the Council, in place of those who have ceased to perform this function or to expand the composition of the Council, are appointed by the Foundation Council by its decision.
4. In particularly justified cases, dismissal of a member of the Council and by this, his deprivation of membership in the Council may occur as a result of a resolution adopted unanimously by other members of the Foundation’s Council. The founders may not be deprived of their membership in the Foundation Council in this way.
5. Membership in the Foundation Council ends in the event of a written resignation from membership or death of a member of the Council.
6. Membership in the Foundation Council cannot be combined with performing a function in the Foundation’s Management Board.
7. If a member of the Foundation Council is appointed, with his consent, to the Foundation’s Management Board – the membership of such a person in the Foundation’s Council is suspended, respectively, for the duration of the performance of the function.
8. The Council elects its Chairman from among its members. The Chairman of the Council manages the work of the Council, represents it outside, and convenes and chairs the Council’s meetings.
9. Members of the Foundation Council cannot be members of the Management Board The Foundation or to be married to them, in a joint relationship, kinship, affinity or official reporting.
10. Foundation Council members cannot be convicted a sentence for an intentional offense prosecuted by public prosecution or a tax offense.
11. Members of the Foundation Council may receive functions in such a body, reimbursement of justified costs or remuneration in the amount not higher than the average monthly salary in the enterprise sector announced by the President of the Central Statistical Office for the previous year.
1. The Foundation Council meets at least once in year.
2. The Foundation’s Council is convened by the Chairman of the Council on his own initiative or at the request of the Board or Founder, submitted in writing.
3. The Foundation Council makes decisions in the form of resolutions – by simple majority, in the event of an equal number of votes, the Chairman’s vote shall prevail.
The tasks of the Council include in particular:
1. Assessment of the work of the Management Board, accepting annual reports or the balance sheet and acknowledging the fulfillment of duties by members of the Management Board.
2. Controlling the current activities of the Foundation Board. span>
3. Outlining the main directions of the Foundation’s activities. span>
4. Supervision over the Foundation’s activities. span >
5. Taking decisions to merge at the request of the Foundation Board with another Foundation or about the liquidation of the Foundation.
The Foundation Council, in order to perform its tasks, is entitled to:
1. requests from the Foundation Board to provide all documents relating to the Foundation’s activities,
2. carrying out property and financial audits of the Foundation.
1. The Foundation Board consists of span> one up to five people appointed by the Foundation Council.
2. The Foundation Council appoints the President of the Management Board and other members Of the Management Board by way of a resolution adopted unanimously by all members of the Supervisory Board.
3. The Foundation Board as a whole or its individual members may be dismissed by the Foundation’s Council by a resolution adopted unanimously by all members of the Council.
4. Members of the Management Board may not be convicted by a final judgment for an intentional crime prosecuted publicly or for a tax offense.
1. The Management Board manages the Foundation’s activities and represents it at outside.
2. The tasks of the Management Board include in particular:
a) adopting the Foundation’s annual action plans and financial plans .
b) adopting regulations,
c) managing the Foundation’s assets,
d) determining the amount of employment and the amount of funds for remuneration Foundation employees,
e) making decisions on all matters not submitted to competences of other authorities,
f) accepting donations, inheritance and bequests, subsidies and subsidies,
g) submitting a request and consenting to a changes to the Foundation’s statute, mergers with another Foundation and liquidation of the Foundation.
3. The Management Board makes decisions at meetings in the form of resolutions – by a simple majority of its members present at the meeting of the Management Board.
4. All members of the Management Board must be informed about the meeting .
5. The Management Board may appoint proxies to manage a separate sphere matters belonging to the Foundation’s tasks.
6. Management every year until September 30 , is obliged to submit to the Foundation Council an annual report on the Foundation’s activities.
1. Declarations of will on behalf of the Foundation are made by each Member The board alone.
Changes to the Foundation’s statute are made by the Foundation Council with the consent of the Foundation Board. Amendments to the statute may refer to the goals for the implementation of which the Foundation was established and specified in the founding act.
Connection to another foundation.
1. The Foundation may connect to another foundation for to effectively achieve your goals.
2. Cannot connect to another foundation, if as a result of it the Foundation’s purpose could change significantly.
In matters of merger with another Foundation, the Management Board is competent, but its decisions are made by unanimous resolution and require approval by the Foundation’s Council for their effectiveness.
Liquidation of the Foundation.
1. The Foundation is liquidated when its goals are achieved, for which it was established or when its funds and property are exhausted.
2. Foundation liquidators are appointed and dismissed by the Foundation Council.
The decision on liquidation is made by the Management Board by unanimous resolution, which requires approval by the Foundation Council in order to produce legal effects.
The funds and property remaining after the liquidation of the Foundation may be allocated, by virtue of a resolution of the Foundation Council, to foundations with similar goals operating in the Republic of Poland.