These permission regulations of the Charity donations Destined For Social Welfare Funds Implementation Regulations (Hereafter referred to as “The Regulations”), are formulated in accordance with Paragraph 2 - Article 7 of The Regulations.
All charitable organizations shall make official application, latest by 21 days before official soliciting activity date, attaching documentations as listed below, to governmental agencies-in-charge. Exempted from this ruling are soliciting activities being held for motives of emergency rescue & disaster relief.
1. Official application form.
2. Soliciting activity plan proposal
3. Funds dispersion execution plan proposal
4. Relevant legal entity registration certificate & Board Of Directors meeting minutes discerning the agreement of such activity.
5. Other relevant documentations requested by governmental agencies-in-charge.
If soliciting activities are being held for motives of emergency rescue & disaster relief, thereupon making official application to governmental agencies-in-charge, applicant groups can extend deadline of necessary documentation submission (as aforementioned per above Item “iv”), within 5 calendar days. Those failing to submit the requested documents shall have their applications rejected.
Governmental agencies-in-charge shall reply with official letter, for certification issuance (or denial), within 21 calendar days (7 calendar days for cases of emergency rescue & disaster relief) upon receipt of official application. If deemed necessary, governmental agencies-in-charge is permitted to 1 extension period.
Application qualifying for cases of emergency rescue & disaster relief must be determined by governmental agencies-in-charge.
Soliciting activity plan proposal must include following items:
1. Activity name & purpose.
2. Official ground location, format & starting/ending dates.
3. Initial fund/property raising target estimation.
4. Initial activity budget forecast.
5. Public announcement & investigation formats.
Funds dispersion execution plan proposal must include following items:
1. Plan proposal appellation.
2. Targeted goal.
3. Purpose behind fund/property raised.
4. Service content & targeted beneficiary group.
5. Official fund dispersion duration with starting/ending dates.
6. Calculation chart of the budget income and expenditure.
7. Initial beneficiary efficiency estimate.
Applicants verified & deemed as legitimate candidates shall have their official permission certification issued; applications verified & deemed as unfitting shall be rejected with proper reason; applications verified & requested for supplemental amendments, shall provide amelioration measures within given deadlines – those passing given deadlines & failing to such additional provisions, shall have their applications rejected.
Official permission certification issued (as aforementioned per paragraph above) shall clearly state following items:
1. Name of the charitable organization.
2. Official name of the soliciting activity .
3. Official activity ground location.
4. Activity official format.
5. Official activity starting/ending dates.
6. Execution purpose behind funds/properties raised.
7. Certification issuing date & official serial number.
Upon alternations of content for the aforementioned Item (iv) & (v) – applicant must relay such changes (attaching statement of reasoning) & obtain content alternation permission from governmental agencies-in-charge, minimum 7 calendar days prior to activity taking place; such content alternations must also be approved by subsequent Board Of Directors meetings (excepting for public schools). No content alternations shall be allowed for other items.
If approved activity shall be cancelled - applicant must relay such cancellations (attaching statement of reasoning) to governmental agencies-in-charge, minimum 7 calendar days thereafter cancellation date. Such cancellations must also be approved by subsequent Board Of Directors meetings (excepting for public schools).
Charitable organizations, besides conditions qualifying for official permission certification rejection as stipulated therein Article 9 of The Regulations – if found & proven of any of the items as listed below, shall also have their applications rejected:
1.If proposed activity is deemed by respective governmental agencies-in-charge (or respective supervisory commissions), as in violations to local acts/codes for general affairs, sales & financial operations.
2.Unethical & illegal activities detected by governmental agencies-in-charge & improvement were requested, but failing to comply with such amelioration demands.
3.Past record found for fund dispersion executions passing initial duration proposed & approved thereof.
4.Past record found for fund surplus dispersion actions passing initial duration proposed & approved thereof.
5.Deemed as not possessing sufficient capability or experience for executing emergency rescue & disaster relief on an “international” scale.
If Alternations of funds dispersion execution plan proposal occur – applicant must relay such changes & obtain content alternation permission from governmental agencies-in-charge; such content alternations must also be approved by subsequent Board Of Directors meetings (excepting for public schools). Simultaneously, written notifications must be posted to original donators, grating minimal deadline of 1 calendar month, for objection upbringing.
If objection are brought forth by original donators, respective funds/properties raised shall be returned intact to original donators by charitable organizations.
These regulations are regarded as enforced and implemented, starting from the date of the official public announcement.