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Whole Person Health Trust

Company Reg. No. 04386014

Registered UK Charity 1098671

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Whole Person Health Trust - AIMS and OBJECTIVES

The Whole Person Health Trust is a UK registered limited company (Registration no. 04386014)
and also a Registered UK Charity (No. 1098671)
Registered address: 15 Townshend Road, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 6HP

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The Charity's objectives ("the Objects") are:-

- to relieve and prevent sickness and ill health by the treatment and care of the whole person in the East End of London and the City of London and in such other parts of the United Kingdom and the world as the trustees may from time to time think fit;

- to advance education by the development and dissemination of the concept of whole person health care in accordance with Christian principles by such means as the trustees may consider appropriate including by means of establishing and operating any educational establishment or establishments in the said location and in such other parts of the United Kingdom and the world as the trustees may from time to time think fit.

The Companies Act 1985 and 1989
Company limited by guarantee and not having a share capital

Memorandum of Association of the Whole Person Health Trust

1 The Company's name is The Whole Person Health Trust (and in this document it is called "the Charity").
2 The Charity's registered office is to be situated in England and Wales.
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The Charity's objects ("the Objects") are:-

  a) to relieve and prevent sickness and ill health by the treatment and care of the whole person in the East End of London and the City of London and in such other parts of the United Kingdom and the world as the trustees may from time to time think fit;
  b) to advance education by the development and dissemination of the concept of whole person health care in accordance with Christian principles by such means as the trustees may consider appropriate including by means of establishing and operating any educational establishment or establishments in the said location and in such other parts of the United Kingdom and the world as the trustees may from time to time think fit.
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In furtherance of the Objects but not otherwise the Charity may exercise the following powers:

a) to draw, make, accept, endorse, discount, execute and issue promissory notes, bills, cheques and other instruments, and to operate bank accounts in the name of the Charity;
b) to raise funds and to invite and receive contributions: provided that in raising funds the Charity shall not undertake any substantial permanent trading activities and shall conform to any relevant statutory regulations;
c)
subject to such consents as may be required by law to borrow and raise money without limit in such manner and on such security (if any) as the Charity may think fit and to issue debentures and other securities;
d) to acquire, alter, improve and (subject to such consents as may be required by law) to charge or otherwise dispose of property or any interest in property;
e) to hold property as tenants in common with another or others not being a charity on such terms as shall be considered proper providing that the Charity shall at all times be entitled to receive the proportion of the net sale proceeds that reflect the funds provided by the Charity or the share, interest or entitlement of the Charity;
f) subject to clause 5 below to employ such staff, who shall not be trustees, as are necessary for the proper pursuit of the Objects and to make all reasonable and necessary provision for the payment of pensions and superannuation to staff and their dependants;
g) to establish or support any charitable trusts, associations or institutions formed for all or any of the Objects;
h) to co-operate with other charities, voluntary bodies and statutory authorities operating in furtherance of the Objects or similar charitable purposes and to exchange information and advice with them;
i) to pay out of the funds of the Charity the costs, charges and expenses of and incidental to the formation and registration of the Charity;
j) to make donations to any worker who is engaged in such work or activity which furthers the Objects or in assisting either directly or indirectly in the same;
k) to make donations or loans to other charities having the same or similar objects as the Charity;
l) to produce sell or otherwise distribute literature audio and visual aids and other media of communication but not save where it is a direct means of furthering the Objects so as to constitute permanent trading on the part of the Charity;
m) to arrange and provide for or join in arranging and providing for the holding of meetings lectures seminars conferences and training courses for the furtherance of the Objects;
n) i to train, equip, commission and support or to assist in the training of, any people who are concerned to achieve the Objects;
n) ii to make any grant, gift, or payment for the purpose of or in connection with such training, equipping, commissioning and support;
n) iii to make provision for the accommodation of individuals and groups of individuals in the areas in which it is desired to operate the Charity;
o) to provide indemnity insurance to cover the liability of the trustees which by virtue of any rule of law would otherwise attach to them in respect of any negligence, default, breach of trust or breach of duty of which they may be guilty in relation to the Charity PROVIDED that any such insurance shall not extend to:
  o) i any claim arising from any act or omission which the trustees (or the trustee in question) knew to be a breach of trust or breach of duty or which was committed by the trustees (or by the trustee in question) in reckless disregard of whether it was a breach of trust or breach of duty or not;
  o) ii the costs of an unsuccessful defence to a criminal prosecution brought against the trustees (or against the trustee in question) in their capacity as trustees of the Charity;
p) to make regulations for the management of any property which may be acquired by the Charity;
q) to establish where necessary local branches (whether autonomous or not) or otherwise cause the Charity to be duly registered or constituted by law in any country in which it is desired to operate.
r) to invest the moneys of the Charity not immediately required for the furtherance of the Objects in or upon such investments, securities or property as may be thought fit, subject to such conditions (if any) and such consents (if any) as may for the time being be imposed or required by law;
s) to do all such other lawful things as are necessary for the achievement of the Objects;
5 The income and property of the Charity shall be applied solely towards the promotion of the Objects and no part shall be paid or transferred, directly or indirectly, by way of dividend, bonus or otherwise by way of profit, to members of the Charity, and no trustee shall be appointed to any office of the Charity paid by salary or fees or receive any remuneration or other benefit in money or money's worth from the Charity: Provided that nothing in this document shall prevent any payment in good faith by the Charity:
i) of the usual professional charges for business done by any trustee who is a solicitor, accountant or other person engaged in a profession, or by any partner of his or hers, when instructed by the Charity to act in a professional capacity on its behalf: Provided that at no time shall a majority of the trustees benefit under this provision and that a trustee shall withdraw from any meeting at which his or her appointment or remuneration, or that of his or her partner, is under discussion;
ii) of reasonable and proper remuneration for any services rendered to the Charity by any member, officer or servant of the Charity who is not a trustee;
iii) of interest on money lent by any member of the Charity or trustee at a reasonable and proper rate per annum not exceeding 1 per cent less than the published base lending rate of a clearing bank to be selected by the trustees;
iv) of fees, remuneration or other benefit in money or money's worth to any company of which a trustee may also be a member holding not more than 1/100th part of the issued capital of that company;
v) of reasonable and proper rent for premises demised or let by any member of the Company or a trustee;
vii) of any premium in respect of any indemnity insurance relating to liabilities of the trustees (or any of them) as and to the extent permitted by clause 4 above;
viii) to any trustee of reasonable out-of-pocket expenses.
6 The liability of the members is limited.
7 Every member of the Charity undertakes to contribute such amount as may be required (not exceeding £10) to the Charity's assets if it should be wound up while he or she is a member or within one year after he or she ceases to be a member, for payment of the Charity's debts and liabilities contracted before he or she ceases to be a member, and of the costs, charges and expenses of winding up, and for the adjustment of the rights of the contributories among themselves.
8 If the Charity is wound up or dissolved and after all its debts and liabilities have been satisfied there remains any property it shall not be paid to or distributed among the members of the Charity, but shall be given or transferred to some other charity or charities having objects similar to the Objects which prohibits the distribution of its or their income and property to an extent at least as great as is imposed on the Charity by Clause 5 above, chosen by the members of the Charity at or before the time of dissolution and if that cannot be done then to some other charitable object.
Signed on 22nd February 2002
Dr Michael Graham SHELDON
Revd Dr Nick READ
Dr Stuart BINGHAM


 

 


 

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