Chapter I – General provisions
(1) The “Only Eagles Fly Foundation”, hereinafter referred to as the “Foundation”, was established by Tadeusz Syka, hereinafter referred to as the “Founder”, under a notarial deed drawn up by Arkadiusz Zarzycki, Notary Public in Warsaw on 6 April 2020, and was registered in the Repertory A number 2533/2020. The Foundation operates in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 6 April 1984 on Foundations (consolidated text: Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1491, as amended) and the provisions of this Statute.
(2) The Foundation is a legal entity.
(1) The seat of the Foundation is the city of Warsaw.
(2) The Foundation operates is the area of the Republic of Poland, but to the extent necessary for the proper implementation of the objectives it may also operate outside the borders of the Republic of Poland.
(3) In order to operate outside the Republic of Poland, the Foundation may use its name translated into selected languages as needed.
(4) The Foundation may be a member of chambers, associations, unions and organizations in Poland and abroad.
(5) The Foundation may open offices and branches as well as production, trade and service facilities.
(6) The Foundation may join commercial companies, as well as participate in agreements and business ventures, whose goals and objectives are consistent with the statutory objectives of the Foundation.
The duration of the Foundation is unlimited.
The minister responsible for the objectives of the Foundation is the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.
(1) The Foundation may use the emblem and logo in accordance with the design approved by the Founder.
(2) The Foundation may establish badges, medals of honor and grant them along with other awards and honors, to individuals and legal entities
Chapter II – Objectives and modes of operation
2) educational and formative activities in the spirit of Christian values; 3) development of civil society;
4) activities aimed at archiving, documenting, commemorating and supporting the social and cultural life of Polish communities in the world; 5) activities aimed at the development of culture and art, that including the promotion of Christian values in public and social life.
2) science, higher education, general education, upbringing and formation; 3) culture, art, protection of cultural goods and national heritage; 4) support for the family and foster care system;
5) activities supporting the development of local communes and communities; 6) science, higher education, general education and upbringing; 7) assistance to Polonia and Poles abroad;
8) activities for veterans and repressed persons;
9) activities for the benefit of family, maternity, parenthood, spreading awareness of and protecting children’s rights;
2) multimedia and publishing activities;
3) organising events, art exhibitions, screenings, concerts, and film festivals; 4) running an Internet portal, social media, programme channels on the Internet, blogs and vlogs;
5) organising public collections, fundraising and auctions;
6) organising study tours and pilgrimages in Poland and abroad; 7) establishing foundations or associations whose aims are commensurate with those of the Foundation set out in the Statute.
Chapter III – Assets
(1) The assets of the Foundation consist of an initial fund in the amount of PLN 2,500.00 allocated in the declaration of intent to establish the Foundation and the assets acquired through its operation.
(2) From the initial fund the amount of PLN 1,000.00 is set aside for the economic activity.
The income of the Foundation may come from:
1) donations, inheritances, bequests,
2) grants and subsidies,
3) income from public collections,
4) dividends and profits from shares and stocks, bank interest, interest on
capital deposits, and benefits from other assets,
5) income from business activities,
6) European Union funds;
7) funds provided by governmental and self-governmental administration units;
(1) The Foundation allocates the entire surplus of income over costs for the realisation of its statutory objectives.
(2) Income from subsidies, donations, bequests and legacies may be used for meeting any statutory objectives of the Foundation, unless the donors have decided otherwise.
(1)The Foundation manages its finances and accounts in accordance with the rules set out in separate regulations.
Chapter IV – Economic activities of the Foundation
1.The Foundation may conduct business activities in order to achieve its statutory objectives.
1) PKD 58.11.Z – Publishing of books
2) PKD 58.19.Z – Other publishing activity
3) PKD 58.14.Z – Publishing of magazines and other periodicals
4) PKD 59.12.Z – Post-production activity related to films, video recordings and TV programmes
5) PKD 59.11.Z – Activity related to the production of films, video recordings and TV programmes
6) PKD 59.13.Z – Distribution of motion pictures, videos and television programmes
7) PKD 59.14 Z – Motion picture screening activities
8) PKD 59.20 Z – Sound and music recording activities
9) PKD 60.10 Z – Broadcasting of radio programs
10) PKD 60.20 Z – Broadcasting of free and subscriber television programs Chapter V – The bodies of the Foundation
1.The Foundation is composed of the following bodies:
1) the Management Board,
2) the Foundation Council.
Combine positions in the Foundation’s bodies is not allowed. Chapter VI – Amendment of the Statutes
Amendment to the Statutes may be effected through a resolution of the Council of the Foundation, whereas in order to change the objective of the Foundation, a majority of 2/3 of votes cast in the presence of at least half the members of the Foundation’s Council is required.
Chapter VII – Liquidation of the Foundation
1.The Foundation is liquidated in the event of achieving the purpose for which it was established or in the event of exhaustion of funds and assets of the Foundation.
2.The liquidation is decided by a unanimous vote of the Foundation Council, with all members of the Foundation Council present.
The liquidator is appointed by the Foundation Council.
1) filing a motion to the court of registration to register the opening of liquidation
2) summoning the creditors of the Foundation through press announcements to report their claims within 3 months from the date of the announcement, 3) drawing up a balance sheet of the opening of liquidation and a list of creditors,
4) drawing up a financial plan of liquidation and a plan for satisfaction of liabilities,
5) the collection of claims, the fulfilment of liabilities and the cashing of the assets of the Foundation,
6) transfer of the assets remaining after the creditors have been satisfied to designated parties
7) notifying the registry court of the completion of the liquidation as well as filing in an application for the deletion from the register
8) transfer of the Foundation’s documents to the state archives. § 32
The assets remaining after the liquidation shall be used for purposes identical with those of the Foundation.