1. The ordinary association is called "fRUNiemy z Pomocą". In further provisions of the regulations, it is referred to as the Association.
2. The area of activity of the Association is the whole of Poland.
3. The seat of the Association is in Ruda Śląska.
4. The association is established for an indefinite period of time. It operates on the basis of these regulations and the provisions of the Law on Associations of April 7, 1989
5. The activity of the Association is based on the voluntary work of its members.
6. The goals of the Association are:
a) organizing activities to help those in need;
b) popularization of running and Nordic walking as the simplest forms of physical activity; c) developing and promoting physical activity, recreation and sport among the public.
7. The Association achieves its goals by:
a) organization of virtual charity runs;
b) cooperation with other entities with similar operational goals;
c) collecting funds from voluntary contributions intended to help those in need;
d) helping those in need.
8. A member of the association may be a natural person with full legal capacity and not deprived of public rights, being a Polish citizen or a foreigner.
9. The admission of new members is made by the Members Meeting with a resolution adopted within 7 days from the date of submitting the declaration containing the recommendation of two members.
10. The member has the right to:
a) active and passive participation in the election of the representative of the Association;
b) submit opinions and motions to the authorities of the Association;
c) participation in the activities of the Association.
11. A member is obliged to:
a) comply with the Association's regulations; b) payment of membership fees;
c) actively participate in achieving the statutory objectives of the Association.
12. Membership in the Association ceases as a result of:
a) voluntary withdrawal of a member from the Association;
b) removal from the list of members by the representative of the Association;
c) a conviction by a final judgment for intentional crimes.
13. The excluded or deleted person has the right to appeal to the Members' Meeting within 7 days from the date of delivery of the resolution in writing. The Meeting of Members examines the appeal during the next meeting and its decision is final.
14. The authorities of the Association are:
a) meeting of members; b) representative.
15. Decisions of the Members' Meeting are made in an open vote. The meeting may decide to vote by secret ballot.
16. Resolutions of the Meeting of Members of the Association are adopted by a simple majority of votes in the presence of at least half of the persons entitled to vote, unless the regulations state otherwise.
17. The Meeting of Members is the highest authority of the Association, which makes decisions in all matters falling within the scope of the Association's activities, unless the regulations state otherwise.
18. The competences of the Members' Meeting include:
a) determining the directions of the activities and development of the Association;
b) selection and dismissal of a representative;
c) adopting changes to the regulations;
d) making decisions about dissolving the Association.
19. The Meeting of Members is convened by a representative or one of the members of the Association. The Meeting of Members is chaired by the Chairman of the Meeting.
20. The Association is represented by a Representative elected by the Members' Meeting for an indefinite period of time. The representative may be dismissed by the Members' Meeting.
21. The scope of activities of the Representative includes: a) representing the Association;
b) managing the assets of the Association;
c) calling a meeting of members.
22. The decision by a representative that exceeds the powers of day-to-day management requires the consent of all members of the association.
23. The funds for the activities of the association come from: a) membership fees;
d) public collections;
e) inheritance and bequests;
f) income from association property.
24. The decision to amend the regulations and dissolve the association is made by the Members' Meeting by a simple majority of votes in the presence of at least 2/3 of the members entitled to vote. By adopting a resolution to dissolve the Association, the Members' Meeting determines the allocation of the remaining funds of the Association.
25. In matters not covered by these Regulations, the provisions of the Law on Associations shall apply.