Name: Little Life Warrior Society Limited
(A) The objects for which the Company is established are —
1. To take over the management, assets and liabilities of the unincorporated association known as Little Life Warrior Society 生命小戰士會.
2. To help and support poor child patients with cancer and severe blood diseases and survivors.
3. To help and support mutual support associations of child patients with cancer and severe blood diseases, survivors, their parents and health care workers, to facilitate the healthy physical and mental development of such child patients.
4. To help and support the education of the public and promotion of awareness of childhood cancer and severe blood diseases, in order for the public to understand and be aware of children with cancer, bone marrow transplants and severe blood diseases and survivors.
5. To promote and seek the services and benefits for child patients with cancer, bone marrow transplants or severe blood diseases and survivors.
6. To carry out the following vision:
Working Together to Win the battle against Cancer
Living a Better Life and Giving Back to the Community
(B) With a view to the advancement of the purposes mentioned in sub-clause (A) hereof to exercise the following powers—
(a) To strengthen exchanges with mainland China and international mutual support associations for child patients with cancer and severe blood diseases and survivors;
(b) To enhance society’s awareness of and concern about childhood cancer and severe blood diseases;
(c) To strengthen child patients, survivors and their families on the understanding of childhood cancer and severe blood diseases;
(d) To hold non-profit activities for participation by child patients in order to promote their physical and mental health;
(e) To promote communication, support and encouragement among childhood cancer patients, the patients’ families, survivors and health care workers through all kinds of non-profit activities which are held so as to achieve the company’s objects;
(f) To educate society to be concerned about and aware of childhood cancer and severe blood diseases through publications, books and websites of medical education;
(g) To hold non-profit seminars, visits and activities in order to enhance the understanding of child patients and their parents towards childhood cancer and severe blood diseases, thus improving patient care and care techniques;
(h) To enhance society’s awareness of childhood cancer and severe blood diseases through organizing various exchange activities with child patients mutual support associations or other community groups in various countries.
(i) To assist and support the establishment of more child patients’ mutual support associations or other community groups, so that more child patients, survivors and their families obtain support and benefits;
(j) To solicit, accept and receive donations, subscriptions and gifts from persons, corporations or organizations for any one or more of the objects set out herein and to give receipts;
(k) To organize fund-raising projects and activities to promote, demonstrate, support and carry out any of the above objects and to pay and discharge payments and expenses incurred for such projects and activities;
(l) To organize and hold training activities for health care workers relating to diagnosing and treating childhood cancer and severe blood diseases, and provide support to related medical research, conferences and discussion forums;
(m) To purchase, sell, lease, mortgage, improve, manage or otherwise dispose of or deal in land, houses or other properties, whether leaseholds or otherwise and whether movable or immovable;
(n) To borrow any money required for the purposes of the company with or without security;
(o) To hire and employ persons necessary or expedient for the purposes of the Company without prejudice to the regulation of the Fourth Clause of the Company’s Memorandum of Association, and to pay them salaries, wages, allowances, pensions & other benefits in accordance with the laws governing employment for the time being in force in Hong Kong;
(p) To invest and deal with the money of the company which is not immediately required in such a manner as may from time to time be thought proper and prudent;
(q) To do all such other lawful things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects.
(C) Provided that:—
(i) In case the Company shall take or hold any property which may be subject to any trusts, the Company will only deal with or invest the same in such manner as allowed by law, having regard to such trusts.
(ii) The objects of the Company shall not extend to the regulation of relations between workers and employers or organizations of workers and organizations of employers.
Members of the Company are divided into four categories, namely Honorary Members, Ordinary Members, Associate Members and Affiliated Members.
(a) Honorary Members (such as: Honorary President, Honorary Chairman) – those have outstanding achievements in the community or have made substantial or significant contribution to the Company. The number and names of such Members shall be passed in writing by the entire Board of Directors. Honorary Members may have the rights to give their view in Board of Directors and General Meetings and to vote in General Meetings.
(b) Ordinary Members – Child Patients, Survivors, and their respective Parents and Healthcare Workers (such as: medical professionals, social workers, physical therapists), etc. Ordinary Members reaching 18 years old or above in age, and who are, at the relevant time, Hong Kong residents, may enjoy the right to vote. Ordinary Members reaching 18 years old or above in age, and who are Hong Kong permanent residents, may enjoy the right to vote and the right to be elected.
(c) Associate Members – those with a direct relationship with Child Patients (such as: brothers and sisters, or Non-Legal Guardians). They do not enjoy voting rights and are not eligible to be elected as a Director.
(d) Affiliated Members – those individuals or organisations (such as: volunteer or donor) who are interested in and contribute to the Company. They do not enjoy voting rights and are not eligible to be elected as a Director.
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