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Part 1

General Conditions

 

  1. § 1

 

1. Lodz Hospice for Children is established

 

1. The Association shall conduct its activity within the territory of the Republic of Poland

2. The registered seat of the Association shall be Lodz

§ 2

 

The Association shall conduct its activities on the basis of voluntary work of its members. To fulfil its mission the Association shall employ people.

§ 3

1. The Association shall have the right to be a member of national and international organizations of the same or similar profile

§ 4

2. Decisions on acceding to the organizations mentioned in Section 1 shall be taken by the Board

3. The Association shall create a non-public health care institution which is understood to mean organizationally independent group of people and resources with the of providing health care service

4. The law on a non-public health care institution mentioned in paragraph 3 and other matters relating to functioning of a non-public health care institution not settled in the Health Care Institutions Act shall be regulated by the Statute granted by the Association

 

Part 2

Objective and methods of action

§ 5

 

 

Within its aims the Associations shall:

1. Provide care of children in a terminal stage and their families

1a Conduct both invasive and non invasive ventilation to those terminally ill, especially to children in a selected groups of disease entities e.g. neuromuscular disorders

2. Build and managing multipurpose, health care centre for chronically ill patients

3. Promote principles of palliative care in pediatrics

4. Teach about palliative care

5. Support activities of both home and full-time hospice for children

 

 

§ 6

 

1. To meet its objectives The Association shall especially:

A. Act in treating, nursing and look after patients

B. Train palliative care teams

C. Help in furnishing palliative hospital wards as well as provide palliative care to children, patients of these wards

D. Recruit and train volunteers

E. Conduct scientific researches and lectures

F. Provide patients suffering from neuromuscular and other life limiting disorders with highly specialist, medical and physiotherapy equipment.

G. Supply material support to patients and their families in need

H. Organise meetings and trips for bereavement group supporting families after the loss of a relative.

I. Organise integration meetings and trips for patients, their families and volunteers

J. Fundraise in order to accomplish the goals specified in Section 5, namely by seeking sponsors and donors and by organising public fundraising events

K. Conduct information work about the Association objectives and projects

 

2. The Association shall respect the regulations included in ACT document for children with life-threatening diseases and their families. The document shall be annexed to the statue.

 

§ 7

1. The Association shall conduct business activities as supplementary to its public benefit actions.

2. The profits from the above-mentioned activities shall be entirely dedicated to fulfil public benefit objectives and cannot be allowed for sharing among the Association members

 

Part 2

Members. Rights and Duties

§ 8

 

The Association shall be open to any natural person; and any legal person can be a auxiliary member

 

§ 9

Members of the Association shall comprise:

1. Full member

2. Auxiliary member

3. Honorary member

 

§ 10

 

 

1. A full member of the Association shall exclusively be a natural person having full capacity to perform acts in law, not disenfranchise, accepting the statutory purposes

2. The acceptance of full and auxiliary members to the Association shall be received by a Board resolution on the basis of an interested party’s written declaration supported by opinions of two full members

3. An honorary member of the Association shall be any natural person paying significant contribution towards developing the idea of the Association or paying great credit for the Association

4. Honorary membership shall be conferred by the General Assembly upon the request of the Board

5. An auxiliary member shall be any natural person declaring permanent assistance in favour of the Association

 

§ 11

 

1. Any full member shall be entitled to:

A. Franchise and stand for the election to the Statutory Authorities of the Association

B. Participate in meetings, lectures, conferences organised by the Association

C. State opinions, propose resolutions and make demands about the Statutory Authorities of the Association

D. Appeal to the General Meeting against a resolution of deletion from the list of members or of exclusion from the Association

 

 

2. Any full member shall be obliged to:

A. Actively participate in the work of the Association

B. Respect the Statute, regulations and resolutions of the Statutory Authorities

C. Pay a membership fee at the rate established by the General Meeting

 

§ 12

 

1. Any auxiliary and honorary members  shall have titles to the rights specified in Section 11 (1) (B-D)

2. Any honorary members shall be entitled to participate in a meeting of the Statutory Authorities in an advisory capacity

§ 13

 

Anybody shall cease to be a member of the Association upon the occurrence of the following events:

1. Death of a natural person – a full member or a shutdown of a  legal entity – a auxiliary member

2. Resignation of a member upon receipt of a written statement produced to the Board

3. Exclusion of a member on account of their acts to the detriment of the Association or the entry of an order by a court of competent jurisdiction adjudicating a member to be disenfranchised

4. Removal from the list of members on the basis of not paying a membership fee in a period of two years unless the Board in duly justified exceptional circumstances abolished the obligation to pay a fee from a member.

5. Resolutions on exclusions or removals from the list of the members are adopted by the Board of the Association

6. The party has the right to lodge an appeal against the resolution of their exclusion or removal from the list of the members to the General Meeting within 14 days from a receipt of the notification stating the resolution

7. The resolutions by the General Meeting specified in Paragraph 6 shall be final and unappealable

 

Part 4

Organisation of the Association

§ 14

 

The Governing Authorities of the Hospice shall comprise:

1. General Assembly

2. Board of Management

3. Audit Committee

§ 15

 

1. There shall be a two-year term of office for the Governing Authorities of the Hospice

2. The election of the Governing Authorities shall be in a secret or open ballot by absolute majority in the presence of at least half of the members with voting rights

3. In case of lack of quorum referred to in Paragraph 2 The General Assembly shall determine to convene the next Meeting on which a decision on the election of Governing Authorities can be taken regardless of the number of the members present

4. If there shall be a need to supplement the composition of the Governing Authorities during their term of office the Board of Management shall be obliged, without undue delay, to convene the next Meeting for relevant election referred to in Paragraphs 2 and 3

The General Assembly of the Members

§ 16

 

1. The General Assembly of the Members shall be the supreme authority of the Association.

2. The time and the agenda of the General Assembly shall be announced to the members of the Association by the Board of Management by at least 10 days before the date of the Meeting

3. Decisions of the General Assembly of the Members shall be taken by majority vote regardless of the number of the members present. The abovementioned rule shall not refer to voting on cases specified in Section 15

§ 17

 

 1. There shall be ordinary and extraordinary General Assembly of the Members.

2. An Ordinary General Assembly shall be convened by the Board of Management once a year within a period of six months since the end of the accounting year

3. An Extraordinary General Assembly shall be convened at reasonable discretion.

4. An Extraordinary General Assembly shall be convened by the Board of Management

A. On their own initiative

B. On the initiative of the Audit Committee

C. At a duly substantiated requests of at least 15 members of the Association

 

§ 18

 

Within the competence of the General Assembly of the Members shall fall to:

1. Define main goals for the Association

2. Adopt changes in the Statute

3. Elect other Authorities of the Association

4. Adopt rules of procedure of the Authorities of the Association

5. Process reports of other Authorities of the Association

6. Hear appeals from resolutions of the Audit Committee

7. Pass resolutions on the level of membership contribution

8. Pass resolutions on dissolution of the Association and utilize of its assets

9. Hear members’ appeals from resolutions of the Board of Management

10. Appoint the statutory auditor and approving the annual accounts

The Board of Management

§ 19

 

1. The Board of Management shall head the Association, represent the Association externally,review activities of the Non-public Health Care Institution

2. The Board shall comprise five members: a President, a Vice-President, a Treasurer, a Secretary and a member. The President of the Board cannot be a person remaining in office as a director of agencies conducting economic activity and set up by the Association

3. The Board shall be chaired by the President

4. Meetings of the Board shall be held at least once a month

 

§ 20

 

 

1. Each member of the Board shall be entitled to deal single-handedly with day-to-day administration concerning the Association.

2. To confirm the validity of a statement in terms of the rights and duties of the Association and to give the proxy cooperation shall be required together with two signatures: of the President and the Vice-President, or  a signature of any of the abovementioned and the Treasurer or the Secretary or the Member

3. In terms of cases exceeding day-to-day administration a resolution of the Board shall be required

 

§ 21

 

Within the competence of the Board of Management shall fall to:

1. Convene the General Assembly of the Members

2. Implement the programme and goals of the Association and resolutions of the General Assembly

3. Define lines of action of the Association

4. Establish the budget of the Association

5. Manage the assets of the Association

6. Conclude agreements of cooperation with public administrative bodies and authorities of other organisations

7. Organise and administer business activity of the Association

8. Submit reports on the Board activities to the General Assembly

9. Exempt members from membership contribution

10. Pass resolutions in terms of excluding and expungating from the list of the members

11. Pass resolutions on joining the home and international organizations of the same or similar profile of activities

The Audit Committee

§ 22

1. The Audit Committee shall control day-to-day management of the Association

2. The Audit Committee shall comprise three units

3. Members of the Audit Committee, the control and supervisory authority

A. Cannot be members of the Board of Management nor can they be in matrimony to them, form a joint household, remain in family or affinity relationship, nor any reporting lines

B. Cannot be convicted of an offence committed intentionally and prosecuted by indictment or tax crimes

C. Cannot be reimbursed nor remunerated for their duties

 

§ 23

 

Within the competence of the Audit Committee shall fall to:

1. Supervise activities of the Association

2. Submit a request of discharge to the Board of Management

3. Convene the General Assembly of the Members should the Board of Management fail to convene it within the prescribed time limit.

 

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