Fondation Nuovo Villaggio Fanciullo

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English

The Statute

Version 2011

STATUTE, LEGAL OFFICE, PURPOSES AND ACTIVITIES

 

Art. 1 - Statute

The Foundation was set up by the express wish of Don Ulisse Frascali, in memory of his parents Anna and Celso Frascali, and called "Il Nuovo Villaggio del Fanciullo Celso and Anna Frascali". The aim of the centre was to create and nurture projects and services for people in need implemented with agreements from both private and public entities.
The Foundation seeks to co-operate in the context of public and private initiatives, operating with similar objectives, establishing appropriate forms of connection, participation, cooperation and giving priority to the relationship with non-profit organisations, with a focus on volunteering which aims to enhance the work. Pursuant to and for the purposes referred to in art.10 et seq. Legislative Decree n.460 dated 4 December 1997, the organisation takes its name in the definition of "non-profit organisation of social utility" or "NGO" which appears in every communication and correspondence.

Art. 3 - Purpose

The Foundation has as its purpose to provide, directly or through related companies or entities, in accordance with the conditions and the availability of facilities, assistance to disadvantaged people regardless of age, sex and condition, in need of care and temporary shelter also for their carers and family, for the exclusive pursuit of goals of non-profit social solidarity in the "health and social care", "training", "charity" and "scientific research" sectors as indicated in art.10 of Legislative Decree n.460 of December 4, 1997, put into effect in institutional activities specified in art.4.

Art. 4 - Activities

The Foundation, in consideration of the objectives proposed, seeks to them objectives through the implementation and/or management facilities closely integrated into the network of health and social services existing in the territory and dedicated in particular to assist the vulnerable population.
The activity of the foundation is designed to assist, educate and give charity to the underprivileged, drug addicts, immigrants, marginalised individuals in general, in the respect and promotion of human rights, particularly by conducting development cooperation in support of peoples of the Third World, always in compliance with initiatives aimed at forms of aggregation and forward-looking social policies, without any profit-making and through intense training activities, based on precise programme ideas, which could be implemented both in Italy and in the territory of the Third World.
The activity will be organised within a educational framework with a view to empowering the individuals, and the recovery and social inclusion of the marginalised, and more specifically, welcoming them in the housing facilities or in those of the connected entities or companies, providing education, technical or practical skills, taking care of their physical, moral and mental recovery, practicing group therapy where appropriate. It also includes promoting their cultural development and intellectual growth, ensuring their integration into social life and relationships, including the organisation of social life and relationships, through the organisation of courses, conferences, meetings, debates and discussions. The relative costs are borne by the income of the foundation's assets and contributions from private companies, from the state, the region, and other entities by entering into appropriate agreements in this regard; in this perspective, the foundation can be offered in compliance with the prescribed legislation and the respective statutory regulations, municipalities and provinces in the country to reach non-profit joint ventures that spread, also through practical instrumentation, social policies, with an emphasis on economy on the non-profit and self-management, focusing on the essence of the raison d'etre, the sense of belonging and, at the same time, the individual achievement, in a healthy and perfect externalization of art. 3, paragraph 2 of the Statute, and with no aim for profit. This prerogative respects the most general and absolute obligation (deontological and practical) that the foundation has no relations of dependency and/or functional link with either Italian or foreign, public or private, speculative activities.

To this end, the Foundation, as part of its above-mentioned activities, can also promote the establishment of social-mutual enterprises, associations and consortia, establishing organic links with them, giving them movable and immovable property on loan and assisting them in any way, provided that the use of any operating profits has been agreed with the Foundation itself.

For institutional purposes, the foundation has staff trained in good practices of self-help, development cooperation through the best form of information and education. The activity of the Foundation is also aimed at:

  • Creating/managing reception centres with rehabilitation intentions aimed at social recovery;
  • Creating/managing training centres for professionals dedicated to the health and social needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged people;
  • Creating/managing centres of study and research problems for welfare of the weak and disadvantaged;
  • Training of nurses, rehabilitation therapists, social workers, health professionals and non- volunteers in general;
  • Organising training events also open to psychologists;
  • Raising awareness and educating the population of the catchment area belonging to the previously defined welfare facilities.

The Foundation is a non-profit organisation and does not carry out activities other than the institutional activities provided for in this Statute, with the exception of those directly connected or ancillary in nature to those bylaws, as integrative of the same, pursuant to art.10, paragraph 5, of the aforementioned Legislative Decree no. 460 of 4 December 1997 and subsequent amendments and additions.

THE FOUNDATION'S BODIES

Art. 5 - Organs of the Foundation

The organs of the Foundation are:

  1. General Committee
  2. The President of the Foundation
  3. The Board of Directors
  4. The Audit Committee
  5. The Joint Committee

Art. 6 - General Committee

The General Committee is a body made up of representatives of organisations in the area, trained to care for the interests of the identified purposes for which the foundation was formed.
The General Committee has functions of strategic control and management of the Foundation.
The General Committee is made up of private organisations in the economic, social, business, craft and commerce sectors, banking foundations and those of other organisations or associations particularly representative of the local situations to represent the needs and protection of disadvantaged groups identified by the originating interests of the Foundation, who participate voluntarily and for an unlimited period.
Each of the entities are represented on the General Committee. The number of components is equal to the number of bodies, who are volunteers and have been accepted at the discretion of the Board of Directors.
The organisations which have voluntarily joined the General Committee may exercise any right of withdrawal at any time, but undertake to accept that it will take effect, towards the Foundation, at the end of each three-year period, corresponding to the term of the Board of Directors.
The General Committee approves the acts, listed below, which are essential to the activities of the Authority and to the achievement of its goals:

  • elects, in accordance with the relevant rules of procedure, members of the Board of Directors;
  • approves the strategic guidelines for the activities of the Foundation, the budget, the investment plans and the final budget adopted by the Board of Directors;
  • approves the Law amendments, mergers with foundations having similar interests and statutory goals, the incorporation into Foundations with similar interests and statutory goals and the extinction of the Foundation adopted by the Board of Directors and those deemed necessary;
  • ratifies the possible appointment of Honorary President of the Foundation;
  • appoints the Audit Committee, the Chairman and 2 regular members.

The members of the General Committee, on pain of forfeiture, cannot be elected members of the Board of Directors.

Art. 7 - Validity of the General Committee meetings

In order for the General Committee meetings to be valid, half of the members in office should be present. The deliberations of the Committee shall be taken by a majority of those present and by recorded vote.
The proposed amendments to the bylaws, mergers and the dissolution of the Foundation shall be adopted by a majority of 4/5 of the members.

Art. 8 - Convening the General Committee

The General Committee shall be convened by the President of the Foundation in a letter to be delivered to the interested parties at least seven days before the meeting, by e-mail, which can also be certified, or by fax to the address given by the members of the Committee, containing the topics on the agenda, and in case of urgency, by telegraphic notice of two days.
The General Committee shall be validly constituted, though not summoned in the manner described above, with the presence of all its members in office.
The General Committee shall meet normally at the Foundation's legal office or elsewhere, if necessary, but in any case, in Italy.
The General Committee shall meet as often as is necessary and, in any case, within the month of April each year to approve the budget and final accounts and the definition and verification of the strategic guidelines of the Foundation. It also shall be convened whenever the President of the Foundation deems it necessary for the interest of the Foundation, or at the written request of a majority of its members or of the Audit Committee.
Meetings are attended by members of the Audit Committee, if appointed, and the Honorary President of the Foundation may also be invited to participate, without the right to vote.

Art. 9 - The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is made up of a number varying from a minimum of five (5) to a maximum of nine (9) elected by the General Committee. The General Committee shall determine the number of members of the Board of Directors prior to its natural expiration, at the same time defining the number of candidates in each of the lists and the relevant procedures.
The regulation lays down that election shall be by a simple majority, with voting limited to three preferences, based on lists submitted to the General Committee, by each of the social economic categories present in it.
The Board of Directors remains in office for three (3) consecutive years and may be reappointed. If, during its term of office, one or more members of the Board of Directors deceases, the same will be replaced by new members co-opted by the Board of Directors on the recommendation of the economic and social category to which the previous members belonged. The co-opted members shall remain in office until the appointment of the new Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors is chaired by the President of the Foundation appointed by the Board, during its first session, with a qualified majority of four fifths of the members. The Vice President is appointed by the Board with the same majorities, performs the functions of the President pro- tempore, in case of absence or impediment of the latter.
The President shall appoint a Secretary who is responsible for keeping the minutes of meetings. The Secretary may also be chosen from among persons not belonging to the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is the governing body of the Foundation.
The Board of Directors has all the powers and skills necessary for the ordinary and extraordinary management of the Foundation, with the exception of those expressly reserved by this statute, exclusively, to the General Committee. In particular:

  • appoints the President and the Vice President of the Foundation;
  • appoint the Director General of the Foundation, defining the duties and compensation;
  • defines the organisational facility and the recruitment and discharge of staff. For this purpose it shall establish, with the applicable regulations, the ordering, management and accounting of the facilities and services of the Foundation and responsibilities of managers of facilities and services. The Board shall submit such rules regulations and any amendments to the ratification of the General Committee;
  • adopts the annual report and programme activities, as well as the accounting and budgets, and submit them for approval to the General Committee;
  • adopts the proposed amendments to the Statute, the proposed mergers and the termination of the Foundation and submits them for approval to the General Committee;
  • adopts the rules of procedure and organisation, as well as any other regulations necessary for the proper functioning of the Foundation on a proposal by the Director General;
  • approves the projects and implementation plans for the management of the Foundation presented by the Director General, it sets up the implementation of these, possibly delegating specific "operating groups" whose purpose may be subject to the limits and conditions for the exercise of the activity and any fees and expenses.

The Board of Directors may delegate some of its powers to one or more of its members, subject to the limits and conditions for the exercise of the delegation and any expense reimbursements.

Art. 10 - Validity of Board of Directors meetings

In order for the Board of Directors meetings to be valid, 3/5 of its members must be present. The decisions of the Board are taken by majority vote of those present and by recorded vote.
The proposed amendments to the bylaws, mergers and the dissolution of the Foundation shall be adopted by a majority of 4/5 of the members.

Art. 11 - Convening the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors shall be convened by the President of the Foundation in a letter to be delivered to interested parties at least seven days before the meeting or by e-mail or fax to the address given by the members of the Board, containing the items of the agenda and in case of urgency by telegraphic notice of two days.
The Board of Directors shall be validly constituted, though not summoned in the manner described above, with the presence of all its members in office.
The Board of Directors shall meet normally at the Foundation's legal office or elsewhere, if necessary, but in any case, in Italy.
The Board of Directors shall meet as often as is necessary and, in any case, within the month of April each year to approve the budget and final accounts and the definition and verification of the strategic guidelines of the Foundation. It also shall be convened whenever the President of the Foundation deems it necessary for the interest of the Foundation, or at the written request of a majority of its members or of the Audit Committee.
Meetings are attended by members of the Audit Committee, if appointed, and the Honorary President of the Foundation may also be invited to participate, without the right to vote.

Art. 12 - The President of the Foundation

The President of the Foundation shall be elected by the Board from among its members at its first session.
The President is the legal representative of the Foundation before third parties and in court, and has all the powers of attorney for acts - whether of ordinary and extraordinary administration - approved by the Board of Directors.
The President also:

  1. convenes the Board of Directors he chairs, proposing matters to be discussed at the meetings;
  2. ensures compliance with the Statute and decisions of the Board of Directors and of the General Committee;
  3. convenes, prepares the agenda and presides, without the right to vote, the General Committee and the Joint Committee;
  4. manages relations with the guardianship authorities and public relations;
  5. shall, in the case of justified urgency, adopt any measure of ordinary and extraordinary administration deemed necessary or advisable by subjecting it in the shortest time to ratification by the Board of Directors.

The Vice President stands in for the President in case of absence or impediment. The signature of the Vice President automatically certifies the absence or incapacity of the President.

Art. 13 - The Audit Committee

The role of the Audit Committee is to make a single audit and is composed of three regular members.
The Committee:

  • exercises the powers and functions provided by law for auditors;
  • acts on its own initiative or at the request of one of the corporate bodies;
  • reports regularly, as stipulated in the Regulation, on accounting and assets of the Foundation, to the General Committee and at least quarterly to the Board of Directors.

Art. 14 - Joint Committee

The Joint Committee is an advisory body of the Foundation which participates in the formation of strategic competence of the General Committee.
The opinion of the Joint Committee is not mandatory nor binding, but is left to the assessment of the General Committee, at the request of at least two of its members to convene for an opinion regarding the strategic direction of the Foundation as well as the most important activities of the Foundation.
The Joint Committee is composed of representatives of public institutions, local authorities, associations and such other public bodies representative of local reality.
The number of members is equal to the number of organisations that voluntarily have sent their application for membership.
Each of the entities in question participate equally in the Joint Committee by the representative nominated by them.
The Joint Committee shall be convened by the President of the Foundation, with a letter that contains an indication of the topics of discussion, to be delivered to interested parties at least seven days before the meeting or by e-mail or fax to the address given by members of the Committee itself.
The organisations that have joined the Joint Committee may exercise any right of withdrawal at any time, but undertake to accept that it will take effect at the end of each three-year period corresponding to the term of the Board of Directors.
The members of the General Committee, on pain of forfeiture, can not be elected members of the Board of Directors.

Art. 15 - General Manager

The General Manager is appointed by the Board of Directors, which defines the duties, powers, responsibilities of this figure and shall determine its remuneration; the General Manager is responsible for the ongoing management of the organisation.
During office the Director-General shall perform the following tasks:

  1. sign internal documents and everything else necessary for the performance of all approved business;
  2. coordinates the activities of the technical and operational bodies of the Foundation and oversees the smooth running of the administration itself;
  3. implements the decisions of the Board of Directors.

Art. 16 - Remuneration for the members of the Foundation bodies

The members of the Board of Directors are not entitled to any remuneration for the work done within the Foundation, except for reimbursement of expenses incurred by reason of the office held. The members of the Commissions and Committees, in principle, are not entitled to any compensation for the work performed, except as expressly permitted by the measure of association and the possible reimbursement of expenses incurred by reason of the office held. Pursuant to specific decisions made by the Board of Directors remuneration may be attributed to members entrusted with special assignments, and in any case within the limits of art.10-6 second paragraph - December 4, 1997 of the Legislative Decree no. 460.
The members of the Audit Committee, if appointed, shall be paid a fee corresponding to the minimum professional rate of Chartered Accountants or Accountants reduced by 20%.

Art. 17 - Honorary President

The Founder Don Ulisse Frascali, born in Imola, 5/12/1928 and residing in Ravenna, is the Honorary President of the Foundation, and shall be for his entire life.
The Honorary President is entitled to board and lodging on the premises of the Foundation and to a monthly remuneration compatible with the resources of the institution and approved annually by the Board of Directors.
Upon his resignation from office, the Board of Directors may appoint an Honorary President, who will take office at the time of ratification of the appointment by the General Committee, establishing functions, activities, relations with the organs and bodies of the Foundation, duration charge, any remuneration and expenses.

ADMINISTRATION AND ASSETS

Art. 18 - Patrimonio

The Foundation's assets consist of:

  • the original endowment fund, as given by the founder;
  • economic assistance provided by the State or by other public bodies;
  • real estate and personal property and resulting from legacies, donations or purchases, which are property acquired by the Foundation, with the express purpose to increase the assets.

Art. 19 - Revenue and Financial Year

The Foundation provides for the attainment of its purposes by:

  • The revenue of the amount initially donated by the Founder;
  • Any other revenue not specifically intended to increase the assets, with grants and contributions from individuals and public and private entities.

The revenue of the Foundation shall be used entirely for the achievement of institutional goals and those closely related to them.
The profits or surpluses must be used exclusively for the implementation of the institutional activities and those directly connected to them. Distribution to members of the Foundation and employees, in any form is prohibited, even indirectly with respect to paragraph 6 of article 10 of d.l.gs December 4, 1997, n .460, of profits and surpluses as well as funds, reserves or capital during the life of the organisation, except where required or permitted by law.
The financial year begins on 1 January and ends on 31 December of each year. The final budget of the previous year and the budget for the next one to be adopted by the Board of Directors and approved by the General Committee by 30 April of each year.

FINAL DISPOSITIONS

Art. 20 - Dissolution of transformation of the Foundation

The Foundation has an unlimited duration.
The Foundation may be terminated or transformed under Articles 27 and 28 of the Civil Code in the event that the purposes for which it was established have become impossible to achieve or of little benefit or if the patrimony has become insufficient. In such cases, the Board of Directors, with a majority of four fifths of the members, after hearing the controlling body, takes into account art. 3, paragraph 190, of Law 23/12/1996, n .662, and takes the measure to be approved by the General Committee on the dissolution or transformation of the Foundation.
The Board also approves the appointment of one or more liquidators. In case of dissolution, the assets of the Foundation will be donated to other non-profit organisations with similar purposes or for purposes of public utility, having taken into account art.3, paragraph 190, of Law 23/12/1996, n.662, unless otherwise required by law.
In no case can assets, earnings and reserves be distributed in a different manner from that imposed or permitted by law.

Art. 21 - Recourse

Anything not expressly covered by this Statute is subject to the rules and laws in force.

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