§1 Name, registered office, fiscal year

The association is named “CRSH orphanage Kenya”. He is to be registered in the association register. After registration, the association has the name “eV”

Registered office:

c/o P O BOX 47

The fiscal year of the association is the calendar year.

§2 Association purpose

The purpose of the association is the support of the “Children of the rising sun home” children’s home in Malindi, Kenya. 
The purpose of the Articles of Association is achieved, in particular, by the collection of donations and the direct transfer of them. Paid donations are used for food for the children, school and study fees, clothing and school uniforms, new purchases, maintenance costs of the home (water, electricity, personnel, etc.). If the home, the kindergarten, the school, the nursing home, the sewing and computer school are well cared for, can be made through the donations of the extensions of the project. 

§3 Non-profit-making

The association pursues exclusively and directly non-profit purposes within the meaning of the section entitled “Tax Beneficiary Purposes” of the duty regulations.
The association is selflessly active; It does not pursue primarily economic purposes.
Means of the association may only be used for the purposes of the statutes. The members do not receive payments from the association.
No person may benefit from expenses which are foreign to the purpose of the corporation or from disproportionately high remuneration.

§4 Members

Member can be any natural and legal person.

The application for acceptance into the Association must be submitted in writing to the Executive Board. Acceptance is decided upon by the board.
The membership ends with death, by withdrawal or by exclusion from the club.

The withdrawal must be declared in writing to the Executive Board. The Executive Board decides on the exclusion.

Against the rejection of the admission and against the exclusion can be appealed to the next meeting to be inserted.


§5 Membership Contributions

An annual membership fee is charged by the members, the amount of which is determined by the Annual General Meeting.

§ 6 Bodies of the Association

The organs of the association are the Management Board and the General Meeting.

§7 Board of Directors

The board consists of the chairman, the deputy chairman, the secretary and the treasurer.

The Management Board is elected by the Annual General Meeting for two years. The members of the Management Board remain in office even after their term of office expires.

§8 Responsibility of the members of the Management Board

The Board of Directors is responsible for all matters of the Association, which are not reserved for other association bodies by this Statute. He has the following tasks:

a) preparation of general meetings and setting the agenda,
b) convening the General Meeting,
c) enforcement of the resolutions of the meetings
d) management of the association’s assets,
e) preparation of annual and cash report,
f) Resolution on the admission and exclusion of members of the association.

The chairman or deputy chairman, together with another member, represents the association in court and out of court. Legal transactions with an amount of more than EUR 1,000 are only binding for the Association if the Management Board has consented.

§9 Meeting of the Management Board

For the meeting of the Executive Board, the chairman shall be invited by the chairman, in case of his / her being prevented by the deputy chairman in due time, but at least one week before. The Executive Board is a quorum if at least three members are present. The Management Board decides by a simple majority of the valid votes cast. In the event of a tie, the chairman or the chairman of the meeting decides.

The minutes of the meeting of the board of directors are to be recorded by the secretary. The notes should include the place and time of the meeting, the names of the participants, the resolutions and the voting result.



§10 Cash Management

The funds necessary to achieve the purpose of the association are mainly generated by contributions and donations.

The treasurer has to keep records of the cash transactions and to prepare an annual account. Payments may be made only on the basis of the Chairman’s payment arrangements or, if the latter is prevented, by the Deputy Chairman.

The annual accounts are to be audited by two cash auditors, each elected for two years. It shall be submitted to the General Meeting for approval.

§ 11 General Meetings

The General Assembly is responsible for the following:
a) Receiving the reports of the Board
b) determining the amount of the annual fee,
c) election and dismissal of board members and the auditors
d) Resolution on the Rules of Procedure for the Board,
e) Resolution on amendments to the Statute and the dissolution of the association
f) Resolution on the appeal against a decision of the Management Board on a rejected application for admission and exclusion.

The Annual General Meeting takes place at least once a year. In addition, the General Meeting must be convened if the interest of the Association so requires, or if the convocation of one-fifth members is stated in writing, stating the purpose and reasons.

Each meeting is convened by the chairman, if he is prevented by the deputy chairman, by giving two weeks’ notice by means of personal invitation letters. The scheduled agenda shall be communicated.

Each member may apply in writing to the chairman in writing one week before the date of the Annual General Meeting that further matters are subsequently placed on the agenda. The Annual General Meeting decides on applications for additions to the agenda, which will only be made at the meeting.

§12 Resolution of the General Meetings

The Annual General Meeting is chaired by the chairman, in his absence by the deputy chairman or another member of the management board. In elections, the assembly may be delegated to a committee for the duration of the ballot and the previous debate.

Each member is entitled to vote in the General Meeting. Any duly convened meeting shall be deemed to be a quorum if at least a quarter of the members of the Association have been present. In case of non-compliance, the chairman is obliged to convene a new general meeting with the same agenda within four weeks; Without prejudice to the number of members appearing.

Unless otherwise provided by the Articles of Incorporation, a simple majority of the votes cast shall be decided by the resolution; Abstentions are left out of consideration. A majority of three quarters of the votes cast is required to amend the statutes and dissolve the association.

The nature of the vote shall in principle be determined by the chairman as the meeting chairman. However, the vote must be secretly carried out if one fifth of the members appear to have requested it.

A protocol to be signed by the chairman is to be recorded about the course of the Annual General Meeting. The date and time of the meeting, the number of members appearing, the person of the meeting chairman, the agenda, the resolutions, the voting results and the nature of the vote.

§13 Resolution

The dissolution of the Association may only be decided upon for a meeting of members convened for this purpose.

Upon dissolution of the association or loss of tax-privileged purposes, the assets of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Bavaria, Katharina von Bora-11-13 drops in
80333 Munich, to use the assets directly and exclusively for these Statutes appropriate, charitable purpose Has.