The charter of the Charitable Organization “Earthmen Global Stream” 

  1. The purpose of creating a charitable organization

1.1. The Earthmen Global Stream charitable organization was founded and operates in accordance with the Company’s Charter and the legal status of its activities – “Organization and Implementation of Charitable Organizations”.

 1.2 This charitable organization is founded and operates with the goal of promptly drawing public attention to solving material or other problems of providing emergency medical and social assistance to disabled individuals, minor children from families with a low level of material wealth, orphans, boarding schools in need of such assistance, as well as assistance to homeless and wild animals.

1.3 Beneficiaries of charitable assistance under this project may be as individuals whose life and health depend on urgent, expensive medical care or assistance in maintaining the level of social norms if such assistance cannot be objectively provided materially or otherwise. opportunities of parents, guardians or state bodies of guardianship, social protection, health care, – also other charitable organizations who do not have enough money to fulfill their mission.

1.4 The purpose of the Charity organization is the organization of direct financing to solve specific problems of a specific individual or non-financial assistance in solving such problems, activities of a different kind are not provided for in these rules and cannot be carried out.

  1. Organizational structure

2.1. According to the main activity of the enterprise, in this appendix to the charter of the enterprise, the duties and powers of the full-time employees of the Charitable organization and the individuals and legal entities involved are regulated.

 2.2. The organizational structure of the enterprise is represented by a group of departments, each of which performs a number of tasks aimed at successfully organizing and conducting television charity events.

2.3 Participants of charitable activities Charitable organizations in accordance with this Appendix to the charter of the Charitable organization are carried out by citizens and legal entities carrying out charitable and other activities, including existing support or creation of a new charitable organization, as well as citizens and legal entities in whose interests charity: philanthropists, volunteers, “participants” of the project. Philanthropists – persons who make charitable donations in the form of:

▪ Uninterested (free of charge or on preferential terms) transfer of ownership of property, including cash and (or) intellectual property;

▪ Interested (gratuitous or on concessional terms) investment with the rights of ownership, use, and disposal of any objects of ownership

▪ Non-interested (free of charge or on preferential terms) performance of work, provision of services by philanthropists – legal entities.

▪ The size of the number of charitable donations is not limited.

“Benefactors” have the right to determine the purpose and procedure for using their donations

Volunteers are citizens who carry out charitable activities in the form of free work in the interests of a person who receives assistance, including in the interests of a charitable organization. A charitable organization can pay volunteers’ expenses related to their activities in this organization (travel and accommodation expenses, travel expenses, etc.).

“Participants” – persons receiving charitable donations from benefactors, volunteer assistance.

 Subdivisions of a charitable organization consist of both full-time employees of the organization and attracted specialists.

2.4. Divisions and the administrative board of the enterprise.

The Council of the Organization – consideration of appeals related to the provision of assistance, decides on the organization of current events, carries out administrative planning and controls and manages the funds of the Organization Technical group – solves the tasks of technical support of the activities of the Charitable organization.

Reporting department – carries out accounting, controls the formation of funds of the enterprise, records, and controls the distribution of formed funds of the Organization. Coordinator functions – coordinates the interaction of business units with the organization involved, individuals and legal entities in accordance with the decisions of the Organization Council – provides overall management of the organization.

  1. Ensuring organizational interaction

3.1. The activities of the Organization are based on contractual relations with the involved structures in accordance with the Charter of the Organization.

 3.2. Responsibilities of the parties and compliance with the contractual relationship are governed by US law, as well as the relevant official recommendations of the head.

Organizations in organizations that are listed and involved in the implementation of enterprise objectives.

3.3. The activity is, in fact, charitable, and in fact is formed as a service organization of activity, which makes it possible to effectively provide charitable assistance both independently and from individuals or legal entities.

4. Rights and obligations of the project participants Regulation and delegation of authority

 4.1. The provision of assistance to people in need is carried out by the organization indirectly or directly in accordance with the powers and conditions created for the charitable organization by the organizations and enterprises involved

 4.2. Assistance is initiated by a decision of the Council of the Organization, developed as a result of analyzing the information provided to the Organization from individuals, the public, charitable organizations or other public associations whose activities are regulated by current legislation. The USA.

 4.3. The decision on the organization of each targeted charity event is formed as a result of an analysis of medical, ethical, organizational, and legal factors, with the main recommendation being determined by a specialized physician-consultant who is a member of the Enterprise Council.

  1. Reporting

5.1. A charitable organization receives and processes information from an individual, a group of individuals, a public organization, state guardianship bodies, or a legal entity with a recommendation or request for charitable assistance.

5.2. Based on the results of examining the certificate and in accordance with the current objective possibilities of the funds, the charitable organization prepares and implements charitable events in accordance with the specifics of each individual certificate.

 5.3. The charitable organization makes a targeted donation to the “Participant” address in the agreed amount by transferring funds or appointments in accordance with the documents confirming the target direction of the donations. The relationship between the “Participant” of the project and the charitable organization is governed by the “Agreement on the provision of charitable assistance”

 5.4. The charitable organization monitors the passage of funds specified for the “Participant” and their targeted use in accordance with the Agreement.

5.5. The charitable organization cancels the donation in full or in part in case of misuse of the proposed funds by the “Participant”.

 5.6. The “Participant” submits to the charity organization a report on the use of the funds received, and also gives it the opportunity to get acquainted with financial, accounting and other documentation showing the intended use of the property or money transferred through the contract.

5.7. The use of funds transferred under the contract for purposes other than those specified in the Participant application entitles the Charitable organization to demand their return or refund.

5.8. If the use of the property in accordance with the objectives specified in the Participant’s application becomes impossible due to changed circumstances, it can be used for other purposes only with the consent of the Charitable organization, drawn up by an additional agreement to the Agreement.

 5.9. The “Participant” has the right to refuse a donation at any time prior to the transfer of the donation to him or her. The “Participant ”’s refusal to donate must be in writing. In this case, the contract for the provision of charitable assistance shall be deemed terminated from the time the refusal was received by the charitable organization.

  1. Reserve fund of the enterprise

6.1. The purpose of forming a reserve charity fund is to streamline the accounting and distribution of charitable donations to the company’s current account.

 6.2. The reserve charity fund is a concept of conditional registration and its status is displayed as a financial statement document.

 6.3. Sources of the formation of the reserve charity fund are targeted donations of individuals or legal entities in cases where the actual difference in the number of funds required to provide charitable assistance to a specific Participant is formed from the total amount of targeted donations.

  1. Procedure for transfer and use of charitable payments

7.1 The charitable organization, in accordance with the Charity Agreement, translates, and the “Participant” – receive non-remunerative charitable payments under the “Acceptance Act of the charitable payment”.

 7.2. The acceptance report for the transfer of a charitable payment is signed by the “Participant” of the Charitable project and the Coordinator of the Organization and is an integral part of the Charitable agreement. The charitable organization assumes obligations to use the charitable contribution in the preparation and conduct of the events referred to in paragraph 2.2 of the charitable agreement.

 7.3. In accordance with applicable US tax laws, the charity has the right to:

7.4. A charitable organization has the right to use a charitable payment to cover current expenses related to the maintenance of the enterprise’s activities, not more than 20% of the funds received.

 7.5. A charitable organization may partially, but not more than 50% of the funds received, transfer (direct) to third-party organizations for commercial use for profit and replenishment of the organization’s budget.

7.6 Charitable organization is obliged to 100% of the proceeds invested in the business spend for charity.

  1. Monitoring compliance with the terms of the charity contract

8.1. To monitor the implementation of activities and evaluate the performance of the Charity Agreement, all actions carried out by the Organization for the “Participant” of the Charity Project are recorded in the “Reports on Events”, which become an integral part of the Charity Agreement and the Charity Project “Earthmen Global Stream”.

 8.2. Reports on the actions carried out under the Charity Agreement are agreed upon and signed by the parties to the agreement and include:

▪ List of participants in events and works;

▪ List and volumes of completed activities and works;

▪ Assessment of the quality of the actions and work performed;

▪ Evaluation of positive changes in the work achieved as a result of the implementation and actions;

  1. Monitoring the implementation of charitable

9.1. The organization maintains accounting and reporting in accordance with applicable US law.

 9.2. The organization regularly submits to its authorized bodies a report on its activities, containing data on:

▪ financial and economic activities, confirming compliance with the requirements of this appendix to the company’s charter and current legislation on the use of property and expenditure of funds of a charitable organization;

▪ personal composition of the supreme management body of a charitable organization;

▪ the composition and content of charitable programs, the content and results of the activities of the charitable organization;

▪ Violations of the requirements of this company charter and relevant US laws as a result of audits conducted by tax authorities and measures taken to eliminate them.

9.3. The organization provides open access, including access to the media, to annual reports.

 9.4. Funds spent on the publication of the annual report and information on the activities of the Charitable organization are counted as expenses for charitable purposes.

 9.5. Information on the size and structure of the income of the Organization, as well as data on the size of its property, its expenses, number of employees, payment for their work and the attraction of volunteers, do not constitute a trade secret.

 9.6. Tax authorities monitor the sources of income for charitable organizations, the number of funds they receive and the payment of taxes in accordance with US law.

  1. Implementation of international charitable foundations

10.1. Participants in charity events under the Earthmen Global Stream project can carry out international charity events in the manner prescribed by law and international treaties of the United States.

 10.2. An international charity is carried out through participation in international charitable projects, participation in the work of international charitable organizations, interaction with foreign partners in the relevant field of charity, as well as in any other form that is accepted in international practice and does not contradict US law, norms, and principles of international law.

 10.3. The organization has the right to open accounts in banks of other states in accordance with US law.

 10.4. The organization has the right to receive charitable donations from foreign citizens, stateless persons, as well as from foreign and international organizations. The use of these donations is carried out in the manner prescribed by this appendix to the charter of the company in accordance with US law.ccurate and conditional assessment of the cost of work performed and activities. 

Approved by the founders:  Nagizade R., Atakishiyev V., Kstro K., in 15.11.2018