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									Chapter I Name, Operating territory, Headquarters, Aim of action

§1 The association named „Association in aid of children with cancer disease KOLIBER” hereinafter referred to as the Association, is a voluntary association aimed at helping children suffering from tumours and supporting their families.

§2 The operating territory covers the whole of Poland and the headquarters is in Cracow.

§3 The Association is operating on the basis of the Law of Associations and this Statute, and possesses legal entity.

§4 The Association may be a member of both national and foreign organizations of similar operating goals.

§5 Time of operation of the Association is unlimited.

§6 1. The aims of the Association are the following:

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a. Helping children treated in the Hemopoietic Cells’ Transplantation Ward of the University Children Hospital in Cracow, hereinafter referred to as Ward; and being in care of this Ward both during and after the completion of the treatment. b. Financial and material aid in favour of the Hemopoietic Cells’ Transplantation Ward of the University Children Hospital in Cracow. 2. Statutory aims of the Association will be realised, among the others, through: Financing the Ward’s supply of medicines, medical equipment and apparatus. Financing expenses for modernisation and maintenance of the Ward rooms and equipment. Financing transplants and necessary treatment of the children both in the Ward and other national and foreign centres. Financing the research and training activities in the scope of transplanting of hemopoietic cells. Providing information for the parents of the children treated in the Ward in the scope of caring for children both during and after the completion of the treatment. Developing and issuing the information guide for parents of the children treated in the Ward. Issuing, gathering and distributing of information, training materials and scientific literature on the transplantation of the hemopoietic cells. Creating, equipping and running the stationary help centre for children being in the care of the Ward and their families. Running other forms of activities supporting the work of the Ward in the scope of transplantation of hemopoietic cells. Part-financing the accommodation in Cracow of the parents of the children treated in the Ward. Legal, organisational and psychological help for the children and their families. Aid in the scope of improvement of the living conditions of the sick children and their families. Palliative care of the children and their families at home. Material aid for the families of the sick children and material aid for the family during the mourning period. Promoting and spreading the philosophy of palliative care. Running the support program for mourning families through different forms of therapy. Creating, equipping and running the stationary palliative care centre for children.

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The Association may run a business in different forms allowing the gathering of funds for the realisation of the statutory goals. The business may be run only to the extent serving the realisation of the statutory goals. The business will be run in accordance with the valid regulations.

§8 The Association is based on the social work of its members when realising the above goals, but may employ employees to run their businesses.

§9 Everyone who presents a membership application and is accepted by the Board of the Association may become an ordinary member of the Association.

§ 10 Members of the Association are obliged to: - obey the rulings of the Statute, - support and realise the goals of the Association, - pay the fee regularly.

§ 11 1. A physical person, legal entity, community or institution that supports activities of the Association financially or in another manner but did not declare the ordinary membership may be a supportive member. 2. One may become a supportive member by presenting a declaration of intent to the Board of the Association, which will take an appropriate resolution concerning this issue. 3. Cessation of the supportive membership proceeds with the same course of action. 4. Supportive members establish the form and kind of support of the Association with the Association Board.

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Removal from the list of members of the Association ensues by: 1. written resignation handed in to the Board, 2. exclusion by the Board: - for inexcusable non-participation in the General Assembly after two written notifications from the Board, - for being behind with paying the fee for three consecutive periods. 3. death of the member

Chapter II AUTHORITIES OF THE ASSOCIATION

§ 13 The authorities of the Association are: 1. General Assembly, 2. Board, 3. Supervisory Commission.

§ 14 Board and Supervisory Commission of the Association are appointed for a 3-year term.

§ 15 Resolutions of all authorities of the Association are passed by ordinary majority of votes when at least half of the members entitled to vote are present, unless further regulations of the Statute state differently.

§ 16 1. The General Assembly of the Members is the highest authority of the Association. 2. The General Assembly is convened by the Board of the Association at least once per twelve months; each member should be informed in an effective manner about the date, place and proposal of the agenda at least 14 days in advance. 3. At least half of the members entitled to vote should participate in the General Assembly on the first fixed date, and on the second fixed date, which can be set

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the same day one hour later, the General Assembly can effectively debate regardless of the number of participants. 4. Ordinary members of the Association participate in the General Assembly. Supportive members and invited guest may participate in the General Assembly in an advisory capacity. 5. Competences of the General Assembly are as follows: a) Passing of the program of the Association’s activities, b) Consideration and confirmation of reports of the Board and the Supervisory Commission, c) Passing regulations of the General Assembly proceedings, d) Giving a vote of approval to the outgoing Board, e) Election of members to the Board and Supervisory Commission, f) Passing changes of the Statute, g) Taking resolution on dissolution of the Association, h) considering appeals from the Board’s resolutions raised by members of the Association, i) Considering complaints of the Association members about the Board’s activities.

6. Resolutions of the General Assembly are passed with an ordinary majority of votes. 7. Change of the Statute, dismissal of the Chairman, members of the Board, Supervisory Commission and dissolution of the association require an absolute majority of votes when at least half of the members of the Association are present on the first fixed date. On the second fixed date the requirement of presence of half of the members is not obligatory. 8. Each member possesses one vote.

§ 17 1. The Board consists of 5 members elected by the General Assembly. 2. The Board consists of the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, treasurer and 2 members of the Board. 3. The Chairman is appointed and dismissed by the General Assembly for a 3-year term. 4. The Board is formed on the first meeting after an election. 5. Competences of the Board are as follows: a) Accepting new members of the Association, b) Representing the Association and acting on its behalf, c) Managing the current operation of the Association, d) Convening the General Assembly, e) Setting the membership fee.

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§ 18 1. The Supervisory Commission consists of 2 members elected by the General Assembly. 2. The Supervisory Commission consists of the chairman and vice-chairman. 3. Competences of the Supervisory Commission are as follows: a) Control of the current operation of the Association, b) Applying motions concerning the vote of approval of the General Assembly, c) Presenting the motion to convene the General Assembly.

§ 19 In case of the authorities composition decrease mentioned in the article 13, point 2 and 3 during the term, completion of the composition may take place by the way of co-option. The co-option is made by the other members of the organ with which composition was decreased. No more than half of the organ’s composition may be appointed in this manner.

§ 20 1. Possessions of the Association arise from donations, public generosity, income from the Association’s business, subsidies, inheritances, bequests, membership fees and vindictive damages. 2. The Board manages funds and possessions of the Association. 3. Income received from the Association possessions is used only for realisation of the statutory aims. 4. The Chairman or Vice-Chairman of the Board individually, or two other members of the Board acting together, are entitled to represent the Association and to enter into financial commitments.

§ 21 1. The Association dissolves itself on the basis of the resolution of the General Assembly or in other cases predicted in legal regulations. 2. Taking the resolution on dissolution of the Association the General Assembly specifies the manner of its liquidation and the allocation of the Association’s possessions. 3. The regulations of the Law of Associations apply to cases not covered by this Statute.

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