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Wprowadzenie do sprawozdania finansowego




General Provisions

§ 1

  1. The foundation under the name „Women’s Power Foundation,” hereinafter referred to as the Foundation, established by Galyna Kurant, hereinafter referred to as the founder, by a notarial deed drawn up by notary Marszał Maciej at the Notary Office in Wrocław, ul. Jana Purkiniego 1 lok.4, on March 21, 2022, operates based on the provisions of Polish law and this statute.
  2. The Foundation is non-political and not affiliated with any denomination. § 2
  3. The Foundation has legal personality.
  4. The Foundation is supervised by the Minister of Family, Labor, and Social Policy. § 3 The foundation is headquartered in the city of Wrocław.

§ 4

  1. The Foundation’s scope of activity is the territory of the Republic of Poland, and, to the extent necessary for the proper achievement of its goals, it may also operate beyond the borders of the Republic of Poland.
  2. The Foundation may have branch offices and create other organizational units in the country and abroad. The decision to create branch offices and other organizational units belongs to the Founder.
  3. For the purpose of international cooperation, the Foundation may use translations of its name in selected foreign languages.
  4. The duration of the foundation is unlimited.

§ 5 The Foundation may establish badges, honorary medals, and award them along with other prizes and distinctions to individuals and legal entities deserving of the foundation.

Mission, Goals, and Principles of Foundation Operation

§ 6 The Foundation may operate both in the country and abroad in accordance with the applicable regulations. § 7 The goals of the Foundation are:

  1. Social assistance, including assistance to families and individuals in difficult life situations and equalizing opportunities for these families and individuals;
  2. Activities for the integration and reintegration into professional and social life of persons threatened with social exclusion;
  3. Charitable activities;
  4. Upholding and promoting national traditions, nurturing Slavic traditions, and developing national, civic, and cultural awareness;
  5. Activities for the integration of foreigners;
  6. Activities for persons with disabilities;
  7. Promotion of employment and vocational activation of unemployed and those at risk of job loss;
  8. Activities for equal rights of women and men;
  9. Activities for the elderly;
  10. Activities supporting the development of local communities;
  11. Sciences, higher education, education, and upbringing;
  12. Activities for children and youth, including recreational activities for youth;
  13. Culture, arts, protection of cultural heritage;
  14. Support and promotion of physical culture;
  15. Ecology and animal protection, as well as the protection of natural heritage;
  16. Promoting and protecting human rights and civil liberties, as well as activities supporting the development of democracy;
  17. Aid to victims of disasters, natural disasters, armed conflicts, and wars in the country and abroad;
  18. Activities for European integration and the development of contacts and cooperation between societies;
  19. Promotion and organization of volunteer work;
  20. Aid to the Polish diaspora and Poles abroad;
  21. Activities for the family, motherhood, parenthood, promotion, and protection of children’s rights; § 8 The Foundation achieves its goals by:
  22. Disseminating and promoting knowledge of Polish law, especially labor law, among people of other nationalities, various aspects of cultural diversity, the protection of freedom and human rights, civil liberties, the development of democracy, and local self-government.
  23. Supporting and promoting the integration of citizens of other countries with Polish society.
  24. Developing and strengthening cooperation and friendly relations between Poland and Ukraine and other countries.
  25. International convergence activities.
  26. Supporting and initiating cultural, sports, and tourist cooperation, educational and educational, scientific, and educational activities between the nations of Poland and Ukraine and other countries.
  27. Developing and strengthening attitudes focused on active cooperation in the development of civil society.
  28. Support for students and individuals interested in studying at Polish universities.
  29. Assistance to foreigners in adapting to life in Polish conditions.
  30. Support for individuals seeking Polish citizenship.
  31. Support for individuals seeking legal employment in Poland.
  32. Support and professional development,
  33. Cooperation with local and international organizations, non-governmental organizations, institutions, and individuals pursuing goals similar to the Foundation’s goals,
  34. Cooperation with local and government authorities,
  35. Cooperation with volunteers, promotion, and organization of volunteering. Organizing volunteer teams to achieve the statutory goals of the Foundation,
  36. Operation of information and consultation points supporting Ukrainian citizens in Poland and the EU,
  37. Support (financial, material, or organizational) for individuals, organizations, and institutions pursuing goals similar to the Foundation’s goals,
  38. Granting scholarships, including foreign ones,
  39. Providing loans, allowances, and donations – both monetary and in kind,
  40. Organization of sessions, conferences, lectures, exhibitions, debates, and discussions, as well as publishing activities,
  41. Conducting training, internships, workshops, and courses.
  42. Publishing and research activities.
  43. Providing counseling and training, as well as educational and advisory activities.
  44. Organization of educational campaigns, study trips, excursions,
  45. Organizing charitable events, fundraisers, and other initiatives, the proceeds of which are used to achieve the statutory goals of the foundation,
  46. Organization and operation of the Center for International Activity and Integration.
  47. Promoting and developing vocational education,
  48. Training in the field of vocational adaptation, labor law, residence law, basics of entrepreneurship, multiculturalism, and cultural diversity,
  49. Building partnership networks with international non-governmental organizations and informal groups whose statutory goals and activities coincide with the goals and activities of the Foundation,
  50. Gathering, updating, exchanging, and disseminating comprehensive knowledge and experiences about the threats faced by Ukrainian migrants residing and arriving in Poland,
  51. Activities in the field of culture, arts, protection of cultural heritage and traditions
  52. Activities for European integration, development of contacts and cooperation between nations
  53. Activities in support of technical, informational, or training support for non-profit organizations.

§ 9

  1. For the purpose of achieving its goals, the Foundation may engage in economic activities.
  2. To achieve its goals, the Foundation may support the activities of other individuals and institutions that align with its goals.
  3. The statutory activities of the Foundation may be carried out as non-remunerated or remunerated activities within the meaning of the provisions of the Act on Public Benefit Activity and Volunteerism. Both forms of activity will be accounted for separately to determine revenues, costs, and results, taking into account accounting regulations.

Assets and Income of the Foundation

§ 10 The Foundation’s assets consist of its founding capital in the amount of 2,500.00 (two thousand five hundred) Polish zlotys, and other assets acquired by the Foundation during its operation. § 11 The Foundation’s income may come from:

  1. Grants, subsidies, and grants from legal entities,
  2. Donations, legacies, bequests,
  3. Income from collections and public events,
  4. Income from the Foundation’s assets,
  5. Public assistance,
  6. Income from shares held in commercial law companies,
  7. Income from interest on funds held in bank and investment accounts.
  8. Income from loans,
  9. Income from investments in securities,
  10. Income from economic activities.

§ 12

  1. Income from grants, subsidies, donations, legacies, and bequests may be used to achieve the Foundation’s goals only with respect for the will of the heirs or donors.
  2. In matters of accepting donations and inheritance, statements required by law are submitted by the Foundation’s Board.
  3. In the case of appointing the foundation as an heir, its board submits a statement accepting the inheritance with the benefit of inventory.

Foundation Authorities

§ 13 The Foundation authorities are the Foundation Board.

§ 14

  1. The Foundation Board may also be single-person appointed by the Founder.
  2. Members of the Foundation Board, including the President and Vice President, are appointed by the Founder.
  3. A Board member may serve for more than one term.
  4. The Foundation Board or its individual members may be removed by the Founder before the end of the term by a resolution unanimously adopted by the Founder. The term of the Foundation Board is 4 years.
  5. Membership on the Board may end by submitting a written resignation to the Founder. § 15
  6. The Board manages the Foundation’s activities and represents it externally.
  7. The Board’s tasks include, in particular: a) adopting annual action plans and financial plans for the Foundation, b) adopting regulations, c) managing the Foundation’s assets, d) determining the size of employment and the amount of funds for the remuneration of Foundation employees, e) making decisions on all matters not entrusted to the competence of other bodies, f) accepting donations, legacies, and bequests, subsidies, and grants, g) the possibility of submitting a proposal to amend the Foundation’s statute.
  8. The Board makes decisions at meetings in the form of resolutions at Board meetings. In case of an equal number of votes, the Founder decides.
  9. All Board members must be notified of the meeting.
  10. The Board may appoint proxies to manage a separate sphere of matters within the Foundation’s tasks.
  11. Board members may be employed in the Foundation, both on the basis of an employment relationship and civil law relationships.
  12. The remuneration of Board members is determined by the Board.
  13. The Board is obliged to submit an annual report on the Foundation’s activities for the previous year by June 30 each year.


§ 16 In matters related to incurring financial obligations and statements of will on behalf of the Foundation, the President of the Foundation or the Vice President of the Foundation can act individually.

Amendment of the Statute

§ 17 Changes to the Foundation’s statute are made by the Founder. Changes to the statute may concern the goals for which the Foundation was established and specified in the founding act.

Merger with Another Foundation

§ 18

  1. The Foundation may merge with another foundation to effectively achieve its goals.
  2. Merger with another foundation cannot occur if, as a result, the Foundation’s goals could undergo a significant change.

Liquidation of the Foundation

§ 19

  1. The Foundation is liquidated when its goals for which it was established are achieved or when its financial resources and assets are exhausted.
  2. Liquidators of the Foundation are appointed and dismissed by the Founder.

§ 20 The decision to liquidate is made by the Founder.

§ 21 Financial resources and assets remaining after the liquidation of the Foundation may be allocated by the resolution of the Founders to the benefit of foundations operating in the Republic of Poland or for other purposes similar to the goals of the Foundation specified in the statute.

§ 22 The statute was adopted on March 21, 2022, Resolution No. 1

……………………………………. Signature of the Founder – Galyna Kurant Signatures of the Board Members:

……………………………………. – President of the Board (Galyna Kurant)

……………………………………. – Vice President of the Board (Olena Vitkovska)

……………………………………. – Board Member (Oksana Komar)