Foundation status for disclosure of Belladonna science homeopathy ONLUS
Art. 1 – Constitution
Is a foundation, having the characteristics of not-for-profit organization of social utility (O.n.l.u.s.), called "Foundation for Belladonna disclosure of homeopathic science – ONLUS ", whose acronym is "Belladonna Foundation Onlus".
Belladonna Foundation for homeopathic Science Popularization – ONLUS is a partnership Foundation and operates in accordance with the willing of art. 12 and following of the civil code.
The Foundation has the obligation to make use, in the title and in any distinctive sign or communication to the public, the term "not-for-profit Organization of social utility" or the acronym "O.n.l.u.s.".
Belladonna Foundation for homeopathic Science Popularization – ONLUS, just below the Foundation, sets its headquarter in Milan.
Art. 2 – Purposes
The Foundation is non-profit and works with its purpose in the context of the Lombardy region.
The Foundation pursues exclusively aims of social solidarity within the meaning of art. 10, subparagraph 1, Lett. b), Legislative Decree. n. 460/7 in the field of scientific research of special social interest. The Foundation, in particular, carries out its institutional activities in the field of scientific research of particular interest within the social prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all diseases of human being.
The Foundation aims to promote scientific research, the study, the knowledge, the disclosure, the practice and science of homeopathic, with reference to its unique founder c. f.. Samuel Hahnemann.
By way of example and not exhaustive, the Foundation may engage in the following activities: to) financing and implementation of scientific research of particular interest that establish the parameters that, in respect of homeopathy, must be applied in clinical trial;
b) financing and implementation of scientific research of particular interest that evaluate the healing process of the disease through the use of homeopathic medicine; c) establishment of scholarships is on issues relating to culture and homeopathic homeopathy and both on issues of social or humanitarian value.
The Foundation, In addition, may engage in, by way of example, What related activities ancillary to those institutional and:
1) the promotion, establishment and management of documentation centres and homeopathic Science Popularization;
2) the promotion and realization of direct and/or indirect preparation courses and masterclasses related to homeopathy in collaboration with other entities, public or private; 3) the Organization and management of educational services regarding homeopathic medicine intended for education and training;
4) the establishment of committees and study groups and research;
5) the Organization and realization of roundtables, conferences, video-conferences, congresses, debates, inquiries, seminars related to homeopathy and its applications, also in collaboration with public or private entities;
6) the promotion, funding and sponsorship of cultural events about institutional purposes, also in collaboration with public or private entities;
7) the acquisition, translation, publication and dissemination of texts according to institutional purposes; 8) the production, drafting, Edition and distribution of a magazine and/or journal institutional activity pursued;
10) the publication and dissemination of conference proceedings, of seminars, studies and research related to homeopathy;
11) the conclusion of agreements with public and/or private management of courses and seminars and for providing services as part of its institutional purposes;
12) the establishment and management of libraries;
13) the participation and/or cooperation with other bodies, public and/or private, operating in the same areas.
The Foundation may not engage in activities other than institutional ones except to their closely related or ancillary to those statutory ones, because of these additional, to the extent allowed by Legislative Decree. n. 460/97 and subsequent modifications and integrations.
Art. 3 – Assets
For the pursuit of its purposes the assets of the Foundation shall consist of:
the) from the Endowment Fund made up of contributions in money or movable and immovable property made by the founders, even now those pursuant to art. 5 of this Statute;
II) by movable or immovable goods that are received or received the Foundation for any reason, including those purchased by it in accordance with the present Statute and that will be allocated to assets by resolution of the Board of Directors;
III) from donations or contributions by public and private entities, and by individuals, unless they are expressly intended to increase the assets for the achievement of the purposes envisaged by the founders;
IV) the unused revenue that, by resolution of the Board of Directors, can be used to increase the.
Art. 4 – Management Fund
The Foundation's Management Fund consists: the) from annuities and income from assets and activities of the foundazione; II) any donations or testamentary dispositions that are not specifically intended for the Endowment Fund;
III) other contributions allocated by the State, from local authorities or other public bodies; IV) from the contributions of the founders, even now those pursuant to art. 5 of this Statute; v) revenues of institutional activities, Accessories, instruments and related. The income and resources of the Foundation will be used for the operation of the Foundation and for the realization of its purposes.
Art. 5 – Founders
Are the original founders in view of personal commitment since its founding the Lord: dott.ssa Raffaella Parmar, dott.ssa Elena Tonini, dott.ssa Mackay Isabella and dott.ssa Costini Gavina.
Can become founders, appointed by resolution adopted such a majority by the Board of Directors, natural or legal persons, public or private, and organizations that, sharing the aims of the Foundation, contribute to the Endowment Fund or the Fund management of same, not lower than established, in the forms and the extent, by the Board of directors pursuant to art. 11 of this Statute.
Art. 6 – Organs
Are organs of the Foundation:
the Board of Directors;
the Scientific Committee;
the Board of statutory auditors.
Art. 7 – President
The President of the Foundation is also Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The President is the legal representative of the Foundation towards third parties and in legal proceedings, with all the powers relating to the ordinary administration of the same, including that of appointing prosecutors determining attributions.
The President is appointed by the Board among its members.
The President convokes and chairs the Board of Directors and the Scientific Committee.
The President, with the cooperation of the Secretary-General, for each financial year shall prepare within the social November the budget and within the month of March that assessment to be submitted to the approval of the Board of Directors at the times and in the manner laid down in art. 11) of this Statute.
The President, assisted by the Secretary General, shall implement the resolutions of the Board of Directors and provides reports with authorities and public administrations.
The President signed the acts and as to the explanation of all affairs that are adopted; oversees the smooth running of the administrative Foundation; care compliance with the staff regulations and promotes the reform whenever it is necessary.
The President shall adopt in case of emergency every measure appropriate, by ratification of the Board of Directors.
In case of absence or impediment of the President, do guardian Vice-President.
The President may delegate individual duties to the Vice President or other members of the Board of Directors.
Art. 8 – Vice President
The Vice President shall be appointed by the Board among its members.
Vice President, guardian of the President in case of absence or impediment of the same, with the same powers and its limitations.
Art. 9 – The Secretary General
The Secretary-General is appointed by the Board among its members.
The Secretary-General is responsible for the operational activities of the Foundation.
He collaborates with the President:
the preparation of the programmes of activities of the Foundation and their presentation to the College, and the next time control of susceptibility results to the budget and the budget to be submitted to the approval of the Board of Directors;
the implementation of the resolutions of the Board of Directors and the preparation of the budget and final account.
The management of the programmes of activities of the Foundation and is responsible for, in collaboration with the President, the smooth running of the Administration.
Art. 10 – The Board of Directors The Board of Directors is composed of four to five members.
The members of the Board are appointed for the first time in the Foundation's articles of incorporation.
Are members for life Board of Directors the originating founders: dott.ssa Raffaella Parmar, dott.ssa Elena Tonini, dott.ssa Mackay Isabella and dott.ssa Costini Gavina, While the remaining members are appointed by the Board of Directors.
The Board members are appointed to four-fifths, one for each, by descendants of the original founders and a fifth by the founders become such pursuant to art. 5, second paragraph, of this Statute.
The members of the Board of Directors in Office lasting five years and may be reappointed.
The posts of Board members are free, except for the reimbursement of expenses incurred and approved in advance by the Council itself.
Art. 11 – Duties and powers
It is the responsibility of the Board of Directors:
the) establish the criteria and the requirements because the subjects referred to in art. 5 can become founders;
II) proceed to the nomination of the founders within the meaning of art. 5 of this Statute;
III) appoint the members of the Scientific Committee;
IV) appoint the members of the Board of statutory auditors;
v) proceed to the appointment of the President, Vice President and Secretary General of the Board of Directors;
vi) discuss any changes to the staff regulations, on a proposal by each Member of the Board of Directors;
VII) approve for any social exercise within the month of December the budget and within the month of April to review. The budget must be attached to the programme of activities, While the final budget must be accompanied by budget report;
VIII) establish the guidelines and decide on disbursements of the Foundation;
IX) establish directives on investment of the assets of the Foundation;
x) approve any internal regulations for the management and organisation of the Foundation;
XI) determine the required contributions to the financial equilibrium of the Foundation;
XII) deliberate acceptance of contributions, donations and legacies, as well as the purchases and disposals of movable and immovable property;
XIII) decide the dissolution of the institution and the devolution of the assets;
XIV) perform any additional tasks attributed to it by these statutes.
Art. 12 – Call and quorum
The Board of Directors meets, normally, in ordinary session at least twice a year and in extraordinary session whenever the President deems necessary or upon request of at least half of the Councillors.
Requests must be made in writing, from recapitarsi to each Member at least ten days ' notice.
The notice must contain an indication of the day, the time and place of the meeting and of its agenda.
In case of urgency, the meeting takes place with written notice mailed to each Member at least three days notice.
The meetings of the Board shall be valid if the majority of its constituent members.
The deliberations must be taken by an absolute majority of those present. For the deliberations relating to the approval of statutory changes and the dissolution of the institution is required to vote in favour by at least two thirds of the members.
Each Member is entitled to one vote.
In the event of a tie, the vote of the Chairman.
Art. 13 -Minutes of meetings
The minutes of the deliberations of the Board of Directors shall be recorded in chronological order on special numbered registers on each page and signed by the President and by the Secretary General of the Board of Directors.
Art. 14 – Scientific Committee
The Scientific Committee shall be chaired by the President of the Foundation.
The Scientific Committee is composed of three to five members appointed by the Board of Directors among the personalities who have distinguished themselves in the fields of activities that relate to the purposes of the Foundation.
The components of the Scientific Committee in Office lasting five years and may be reappointed.
The components of the Scientific Committee are replaced in case of resignation, Permanent impediment or death, for the remaining period of the year in course.
Art. 15 – Convening and tasks
The Scientific Committee shall meet at least once a year and may be convened whenever the President of the foundation it deems appropriate or on request of at least a third of the components the same Committee.
The Scientific Committee:
– proposed formula of Foundation initiatives motivated;
– expresses opinions on the work programmes submitted to it by the Board of Directors;
– expresses opinions on achievements regarding individual initiatives implemented by the Foundation.
Art. 16 – The Board of statutory auditors
The Foundation will, Apart from the cases expressly provided for by law, establish a Board of statutory auditors.
The Board of statutory auditors consists of three members, appointed by the Board of Directors. It provides detection of financial management; ensures the regular holding of accounting; expresses its opinion by means of special reports on the budgets and final accounts estimates; cash checks.
The members of the Board of statutory auditors may, where required, attend meetings of the Board of Directors.
The Board of statutory auditors in Office lasts five years and its members may be reappointed.
Art. 17 – Register of merits
At the Foundation is established the register of merits in which members are entered, upon resolution of the Board of Directors, public and private entities, as well as persons who have contributed to the pursuit of the statutory purposes.
The register of members will be merits governed by specific rules and regulations.
Art. 18 – List of volunteers
At the Foundation is well established the register of persons providing their business by way of volunteering for the achievement of the purposes of the Foundation.
The register of volunteers may be governed by specific rules and regulations.
Art. 19 – Financial year
The financial year shall run from 1 January to 31 December each year.
Profits and management leftovers can be used only for the institutional activities and directly related.
It is forbidden to distribute, even in an indirect way, management gains or scrap, and funds, or capital reserves during the life of the Foundation, unless the destination or distribution are not imposed by law or are carried out for other non-profit organization that by law, statute or regulation, are part of the same unit and structure.
Art. 20 – Extinction and devolution
In case of termination and/or dissolution of the Foundation for any cause, the Foundation's assets will be donated, with resolution of the Board of Directors, to other non-profit organizations of social utility or public utility purposes, heard the control body referred to in article. 3, subparagraph 190, of the law 23 December 1996, n. 662, and subsequent amendments and/or additions, unless otherwise dictated by law target.
Art. 21 – Referral Clause
For anything not provided for in this Statute, apply, as applicable, the current provisions of the law.