LADIES OF ALL NATIONS INTERNATIONAL LOANI ORGANIZATION CHARTER 2024 (updated)

LADIES OF ALL NATIONS

INTERNATIONAL

LOANI CHARTER

2024



Table of Contents

PART 1 3

    1. PREAMBLE 3

    2. NAME OF THE ORGANIZATION 3

    3. FORMATION 3

    4. STATUS AND PURPOSE 3

PART 2 4

    1. VISION 4

    2. MISSION 4

    3. MISSION OBJECTIVES 4

      1. Promoting Gender Equality and Empowering Women and Girls (SDG 5) 4

      2. Quality Education (SDG 4) 5

      3. Reducing Inequalities (SDG 10) 5

      4. Climate Action (SDG 13) and Sustainable Cities and Communities (SDG 11) 5

      5. Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions (SDG 16) 5

    4. ACCREDITATIONS 5

PART 3 6

    1. GUIDING VALUES AND PRINCIPLES 6

    2. STRATEGIC PLAN EVERY THREE (3) YEAR CONSEQUTIVE YEARS 6

    3. STRATEGIC GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP STRUCTURES 7

    4. COMMUNICATION TO MEMBERS 7

PART 4 7

    1. NOMINATION OF OFFICE BEARERS 7

    2. MEMBERSHIP SELECTION CRITERIA AND CATEGORIES 8

    3. MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE AND OFFICE BEARING 8

PART 5 9

    1. ROLES, RESPONSIBILITITIES AND OBLIGATIONS OF OFFICE BEARERS 9

      1. Board of Trustees 9

      2. Advisory Board Members 9

      3. Continental Chairpersons 9

      4. Regional/Country Chairpersons 10

      5. Honorary Ambassadors 10

      6. General Members and Volunteers 10

PART 6 10

    1. MEETINGS AND QUORUMS 10

    2. EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY 11

    3. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 11

PART 7 11

    1. FUNDS AND RESOURCES UTILIZATION AND CONTROLS 11

    2. FUNDING SUPPORT 11

      1. Diverse Funding Streams 11

        1. Engaging Community and Leveraging Events 12

        2. Sustainable Revenue Streams 12

        3. Maximizing Impact and Accountability 12

      2. Funding Allocation and Impact Reporting 12

      3. Donor Engagement and Stewardship 12

    3. ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT 13

    4. FINANCIAL YEAR 13

PART 8 13

    1. ACCOUNTABILITY TO DONORS, GRANTORS AND DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS 13

    2. PROTECTION OF STAKEHOLDER, PERSONAL DATA, AND INFORMATION 13

PART 9 14

    1. LOANI MEMBER BENEFITS 14

    2. STRATEGIC PROGRAM AREAS 15

    3. ACHIEVEMENTS 15

    4. NON-DISCRIMINATION AND CONDUCT OF MEMBERS 15

PART 10 16

    1. MEMBERSHIP TERMINATION POLICY 16

    2. DISSOLUTION OF ORGANIZATION 16

    3. AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER 17

PART 1

    1. PREAMBLE

      LADIES OF ALL NATIONS INTERNATIONAL CHARTER LOANI Charter serves

      as a blueprint and principle guiding document that identifies the mission, vision, objectives, values, membership specifics, stakeholder roles, responsibilities, obligations, justification and purpose for the organization formation and existence. It provides a road map of how it is strategically structured for admission of its members, management, continuity, and sustainability. The organization Charter aligns itself in respect to the United Nations-UN Women Charter to advocate, improve, and protect the rights of women and girls for empowerment and transformative change. Its values are underpinned in Respect to Diversity, Inclusion, Integrity, Honesty, Transparency, Accountability, Knowledge Sharing, Collective Performance, and Professionalism.


    2. NAME OF THE ORGANIZATION

      The name of the organization is LADIES OF ALL NATIONS INTERNATIONALLOANI and will be used in this manner and style unless amended through the approval of the Board of Trustees as a legal document. LOANI stands for Limitless Opportunities and Networking for All.


    3. FORMATION

      LOANI is duly registered in the United Kingdom-UK as a Non-Profit Organization. The organization principal registered office is and shall be 15 Johnson Court, Northampton, United Kingdom, incorporated as LADIES OF ALL NATIONS INTERNATIONAL CIC 10350922 by the Founder Chairperson Prof. Caroline Makaka.


    4. STATUS AND PURPOSE

LOANI is legally constituted as a Not for Profit – NPO organization. The primary purpose of the formation is a collective, public, social welfare membership organization. It is qualified as an exempt organization under corresponding sections of the federal tax code of United Kingdom. However, it has progressively become a dynamic International Organization and operates globally as represented in over 189 countries globally.


    1. VISION

      PART 2

      LOANI endears to be a global champion that collectively works with its trusted leaders, advocates, partners, members, policy makers, and stakeholders from all walks of life in order to effectively engage, innovate, develop, empower, grow, and expand its base while upholding standards for an environment for every woman, girl, man, and youth (leaving no one behind) to exercise and enjoy their human rights and enable them to exploit their full potential in transformative growth, expansion, empowerment, and development.


    2. MISSION

      LOANI Corporate Social Responsibility – CSR mission is to help develop individuals, communities, and the world with positive leadership, respect for culture, growth, development, empowerment, and expansion for transformational change. It spearheads inclusive engagement beyond borders while spreading peace and peaceful coexistence and enterprise development while ensuring the human rights of women, girls, and children are respected everywhere.


    3. MISSION OBJECTIVES

      LOANI (Ladies of All Nations International) aligns its mission objectives closely with the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These global goals provide a comprehensive framework for addressing the most pressing challenges facing our world, including poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace, and justice. LOANI's initiatives are strategically designed to contribute to these goals through a variety of targeted programs and activities.


      1. Promoting Gender Equality and Empowering Women and Girls (SDG 5)

        One of LOANI's primary objectives is to advance gender equality and empower all women and girls. This is achieved through education programs, advocacy campaigns, and support services that aim to remove barriers to female participation in all areas of society. By focusing on this goal, LOANI not only supports women's rights but also fosters an inclusive environment where women can contribute to social, economic, and political development.

      2. Quality Education (SDG 4)

        LOANI actively works to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promotes lifelong learning opportunities. This is done by supporting educational initiatives, providing scholarships and learning materials, and engaging in advocacy work to make education accessible to all, especially in underserved communities.


      3. Reducing Inequalities (SDG 10)

        The organization is committed to reducing inequality within and among countries. LOANI's programs are designed to empower marginalized and disadvantaged communities, promoting social, economic, and political inclusion regardless of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion, or economic status.


      4. Climate Action (SDG 13) and Sustainable Cities and Communities (SDG 11) LOANI also recognizes the importance of taking urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. The organization engages in activities and advocacy that promote environmental sustainability. This includes supporting sustainable urban development, ensuring communities are resilient and sustainable, and advocating for practices that reduce environmental impact.


      5. Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions (SDG 16)

        In alignment with SDG 16, LOANI works towards promoting peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, providing access to justice for all, and building effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels.


        Through these focused efforts, LOANI contributes significantly to the global endeavor of achieving the SDGs, ensuring that its activities not only aid in immediate social betterment but also pave the way for a sustainable and equitable future for all.

    4. ACCREDITATIONS

Due to its high operational standards and attained excellence in contributing national and international integration by bringing together all the 7 continents, LOANI has enabled growth and expansion as well as concerted contributions and success in achieving its objectives in human rights especially gender equality for women and girls’ empowerment, development, and expansion. On the foregoing, for upholding the highest international standards of ethics and conduct and

abiding by national and international laws, LOANI has been recognized as a Global Revolutionary Alliance organization by International Accreditation Organizations. It has since been accredited and affiliated with some of the following International Organizations, most of which are ISO Certified and affiliated with and working with Agencies under the United Nations.

  • World Peace Officers-WPO

  • Global Society for Female Entrepreneurs – GSFE

  • Global International Alliance – GIA

  • Global Women Development Network – GWDN

  • VisionAfric Development – VAD

  • SuccessWorld1

  • North Wales Dragon – NWD

  • American International Education Federation – AMIEF

  • Institute of Global Professional – IGP

  • Men of All Nations International – MOANI

  • UN Women, (United Kingdom)

  • Music for SDGs, NY

  • Adventure of Humanity, UK

  • United Peacekeepers Federal Council – Thailand

  • International Youth Society – Nepal

  • Federation of World Culture and Arts Society – Singapore

  • Famram Solutions (Pty) Ltd – South Africa

  • Global Talent Solutions (GTS) – Diplomacy & Leadership Program

  • Universal Peace Federation (UPF)


PART 3

    1. GUIDING VALUES AND PRINCIPLES

      LOANI guiding principles are Inclusivity, Equity, Integrity, Honesty, Transparency, Accountability, Professionalism, Teamwork, Collective and Shared Leadership, Stakeholder Engagement, Effective Communication, Knowledge Sharing and Training, Respect to Diversity, Gender Sensitivity, Respect to Rights, Nondiscrimination, Peace and Coexistence, and Member Support.


    2. STRATEGIC PLAN EVERY THREE (3) YEAR CONSEQUTIVE YEARS

      LOANI operates as guided by Strategic Planning. Going forward from the date of this Charter, LOANI will be implementing its 2024-2027 Strategic Plan which has

      been deliberated upon and approved by the Board of Trustees, Executive Board of Committees, and Continental and Country Chairpersons. Performance will be evaluated and audited by relevant committees who will guide for approval the next consequent three (3) years Strategic Plans. The overview, performance, and audit reports of the initial 2024-2027 and the consecutive strategic plans will be posted on the website for members to view.


    3. STRATEGIC GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP STRUCTURES

      LOANI directorate comprises of a multi-layered governance oversight structure including the Executive Board of Trustees, Executive Advisory Board, Executive Committees, Continental Chairpersons, Regional/Country Chairpersons, Country Boards, Program Directors, Honorary Members, and General Members/Volunteers.


      The Executive Board of Trustees, Advisory Board, Committees, and Continental and Regional/Country Chairpersons will provide expertise on engaged leadership for policy, strategic planning, programming, oversight, innovative ideas, and initiatives, which will guide on informed decision to be made. This ensures the organization operations are aligned with Strategic Guiding Principles and Operation in respect to our core values.

    4. COMMUNICATION TO MEMBERS

While diplomacy, protocol, and chain of command in communication is expected from members and leaders, web-based platforms will be provided to facilitate communication among and between the group, Individuals, and the Executive.


PART 4

    1. NOMINATION OF OFFICE BEARERS

      Nominations and Election of Executive Board, Advisory, and Office bearers will be made in consultation and in respect to the individual expertise and strong credentials befitting their office bearing. The Executive Board vets, approves and appoints the office management staff including the CEO/Managing Director and administrative staff to run the affairs of the office.

    2. MEMBERSHIP SELECTION CRITERIA AND CATEGORIES

      Membership is open to persons over 18 years or institutions which subscribe to this LOANI charter as constituted and such other persons as the Board of Trustees may approve and admit from time to time. Membership is voluntary but dependent on the level of involvement in fulfilling the organization’s objectives.


      Members are invited and drawn from grass root community CBO groups, civil society networks, community leaders, peace keeping, human rights advocates, humanitarian networks, social groups, policy makers, academia, researchers, innovators, think tanks, business communities, private sector, experts in various social, environmental, economic sectors, development partners, industry players, and legal fraternity committed to the core values of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.


      Categories of membership shall be Executive Board of Trustees, Honorary Advisory Board Members, Associates Membership from Non- Profit Organizations and institutions, and Honorary Membership from specific fields and Volunteers.

      LOANI current members including corporate affiliate members identified with LOANI brand is currently about 15,000 and more.

    3. MEMBERSHIP, SERVICE AND OFFICE BEARING

LOANI, being a non-profit organization (NPO) for social, public welfare, does not generate profit for its founders, trustees, board, representatives, or members. It is subject to non-distribution constraint, and any revenues that exceed expenses must be committed to the organization’s purpose and not salaried benefits.


Membership and Service in any LOANI office (apart from administration/management) is solely on voluntary basis with no financial benefits or considerations. The organization shall make no pay or compensation, loan, or other payment to any officer, board member, creator or organizer of the organization or substantial contributor to it except as reasonable compensation for goods and services rendered or as reasonable reimbursement for authorized expenditures incurred on behalf of the organization.


However, with support systems and resource bases available, any country of service can develop program concept notes on key areas within LOANI mission and mandates like Healthcare, Education, SME development, Culture and Sports, Training, Social Services, Events, and conferences. In the event these projects and

programs are funded by interested partnering organizations/donors or grantors, consideration of standard practices of funding will include specific administration and management costs. These administrative and management funds will be project to project based which will provide financial incentives for the organization’s operational purposes provided that this benefit will be limited to the duration of the funding period.


PART 5

    1. ROLES, RESPONSIBILITITIES AND OBLIGATIONS OF OFFICE BEARERS

      1. Board of Trustees

        LOANI Board of Trustees is the Supreme Governing Council and the highest decision-making organ of the organization with the responsibility for providing guidance, setting strategy, and overseeing the management of the organization in respect to the bylaws guiding non-profit organizations. The Board of Trustees are responsible for holding-in-trust the funds, assets, and property and personal and stakeholders’ data vested upon them with a fiduciary duty of trust, care, and protection in the best interest of the organization and its stakeholders. They identify with the organization’s brand and mission.


      2. Advisory Board Members

        LOANI Advisory Board members play a significant role in the organization's strategic planning and decision making. They will offer unbiased advice, guidance, and expertise that will steer LOANI in the right direction to achieve its goals. This will help the organization to make unbiased decisions, ultimately supporting development, growth, expansion, and transformative change. They identify with the organization’s brand and mission.


      3. Continental Chairpersons

        LOANI Continental Chairpersons are Honorary Ambassadors representing the organization in the seven (7) Continents of Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia. They play the important role of directorship/leadership/supervisory role of oversight and direction, strategy, and monitoring and reviewing performance on agreed targets. They are Continental spokespersons and provide oversight of continental activities and report to the Board.

      4. Regional/Country Chairpersons

        LOANI Regional Chairpersons are dignified Honorary Ambassadors representing the organization in all 190+ global countries. They play an important role in overseeing country operations, developing strategic plans, appointing key country board members, and facilitating meetings to promote the activities of the organization. They identify, vet, and recommend members to the Board for admission into the organization. They report to the Continental Chairperson and the Executive Board. They identify with the organization’s brand and mission.


      5. Honorary Ambassadors

        LOANI Honorary Ambassadors are goodwill mission ambassadors comprising of honorary distinguished individuals and personalities carefully selected from the fields of art, literature, science, entertainment, sports, corporate world, and other fields of public life who have agreed to help focus worldwide attention on the work of LOANI. They volunteer their time, resources, talent, and passion to raise awareness of LOANI outreach and advocacy efforts to improve the lives of communities globally. They identify with the organization’s brand and mission.


      6. General Members and Volunteers

LOANI General Members and Volunteers are dignified people from all walks of life. They have roles and responsibilities and are called upon to be responsible, trustworthy, and respectful, act in a non-judgmental attitude, and participate in meetings, events, and social functions. When committed to the organization, they may be assigned appropriate volunteer duties and receive training in relevant fields that enable them to grow, develop, and expand for transformative change. They identify with the organization’s brand and mission.


PART 6

    1. MEETINGS AND QUORUMS

      The Executive Board of Trustees may meet for the dispatch of the organization business, adjourn, and otherwise regulate their meetings as they deem fit. The quorum for the meeting shall be not less than half of the members of the Board. Questions and matters arising at any meeting shall be decided by a majority of votes. In case of any tie, the chairman shall have a casting vote or second vote.

    2. EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY

      The Executive Board may, whenever it thinks fit, convene an extraordinary General Assembly. Notice of the General Assembly shall be twenty-one days (21) days’ notice.


    3. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY

The general meeting shall be held once a year by notice calling it. The General Assembly shall be held at such a time and place as the Board of Trustees shall appoint.


PART 7

    1. FUNDS AND RESOURCES UTILIZATION AND CONTROLS

      The funds and assets of the organization shall be applied solely towards the promotion of the objects of the organization as set forth in the constitution and no portion thereof shall be paid or transferred directly by way of dividends, gifts, bonuses, or otherwise or by way of profit to the members of the organization provided that nothing therein shall prevent good faith of reasonable and proper remuneration to any officer or servant of the organization in return for any services actually rendered to the organization including reasonable rent for premises let by the Executive members of the organization.


    2. FUNDING SUPPORT

      1. Diverse Funding Streams

        Ladies of All Nations International (LOANI) acknowledges the critical importance of diversified funding sources for sustaining and expanding its charitable activities. Our funding strategy encompasses a wide range of channels to ensure robust financial support. This includes securing grants from various bodies, receiving donations and charitable contributions from individuals and organizations, and partnering with corporate and business sponsors who align with our mission through philanthropic efforts. We also engage with foundations that share our vision and values.


        In addition to these, LOANI actively organizes and participates in various fundraising activities. These include gala dinners, thematic fundraising campaigns, and events that not only raise funds but also awareness about our causes. Individual sponsors play a vital role in our funding mix, contributing to our projects either financially or through in-kind donations.


        1. Engaging Community and Leveraging Events

          We place a strong emphasis on community engagement through events and activities. Annual galas, golf tournaments, concerts, fairs, and fashion shows are some of the innovative ways we engage with the community to raise funds. Additionally, holiday-themed events and social media campaigns are crucial in reaching a wider audience and garnering support.


        2. Sustainable Revenue Streams

          To create sustainable revenue streams, LOANI implements fee-for-service models in some of its programs, collects membership dues, and leverages volunteers' support to minimize operational costs. Program service fees are set at reasonable rates to ensure accessibility while contributing to our financial stability.

        3. Maximizing Impact and Accountability

          Every funding source is carefully managed to maximize the impact on our projects. We ensure that all funds are allocated transparently and effectively towards achieving our mission objectives. Regular financial reporting and audits are conducted to maintain accountability to our donors and stakeholders.


      2. Funding Allocation and Impact Reporting

        LOANI is committed to transparency and accountability in the allocation and utilization of funds. The organization adheres to a strict policy where all funds are directed towards achieving its objectives, including community development projects, empowerment programs, and advocacy initiatives. To maintain trust with donors and stakeholders, LOANI regularly publishes detailed reports outlining how funds are being used and the impact they are having. These reports not only highlight the organization's achievements but also help in assessing areas that require more focus or improvement.


      3. Donor Engagement and Stewardship

        Understanding the importance of maintaining strong relationships with donors, LOANI places a high emphasis on donor engagement and stewardship. The organization keeps its donors informed about the progress of projects and the difference their contributions are making. Regular updates, events, and acknowledgment of contributions help in building a community of supporters who are emotionally and intellectually invested in LOANI's mission. This approach not

        only aids in retaining existing donors but also in attracting new ones, thereby ensuring a steady flow of funds to support the organization's various endeavors.


        Through these strategies, LOANI ensures that it not only secures the necessary funding to carry out its mission but also upholds the values of transparency, accountability, and stewardship, which are fundamental to its operations and success.


    3. ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT

      Books of Account shall be kept at such or other place as the Board deems fit. Auditors shall make a report to the members during the General Assembly and shall be available for inspection by the Members of the Board of Trustees.


    4. FINANCIAL YEAR

The Financial year shall begin the first day of January and end on the last day of December of every other year or such other time as the Board of Trustees may determine or deem fit from time to time.


PART 8

    1. ACCOUNTABILITY TO DONORS, GRANTORS AND DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS

      As standard practice, LOANI will be accountable to its donors, grantors, and funders as well as its Founders, Board of Trustees, Executive Advisory Board, Continental/Regional Chairpersons, Members as well as Volunteers, Program Beneficiaries, and the Public. This helps garner trustworthiness and public confidence and trust by adopting global best practices and standards in our service delivery.


    2. PROTECTION OF STAKEHOLDER, PERSONAL DATA, AND INFORMATION

LOANI stakeholder and Personal Data will be collected, handled, processed, and preserved in a manner that ensures appropriate security and protection against unauthorized or unlawful use in accordance with organizational measures, policy, and confidentiality rights. Breach of this policy will be taken seriously, and appropriate action will be taken which may include disciplinary action or termination of appointment of membership.


    1. LOANI MEMBER BENEFITS

      PART 9

      • Participating in a collective revolutionary movement for growth, expansion, and development.

      • Gaining potential and power to drive transformative change for self and communities we serve.

      • Opportunities to serve as a leader in various fields.

      • Opportunities for making new friends and social networks.

      • Opportunities to volunteer in activities not limited to environmental, social, advocacy, and human rights work that improve communities and transformative change.

      • Opportunities to participate in areas of personal expertise and participate in social activities, events, and conferences with global influencers for work- life balance.

      • Support for victims of armed violence, war, gender-based violence, and abuse as well as Survivor Support by providing related supporting systems including bursaries and scholarships through LOANI Scholarship Program.

      • Opportunities to apply for funding for projects and programs.

      • Access to channels and platforms for deeper engagements between members and partners working in similar fields or sharing the same or similar challenges.

      • Knowledge sharing and exchange of ideas and training opportunities using provided resources and connections and skilled personnel for capacity building.

      • Empower youth through LOANI Worldwide Young Influential Leaders guidance through creative innovation and entrepreneurship for transformative change and a brighter future.

      • Global connections and invitation to global missions at reduced or negotiated fees.

      • Opportunity for invitation as speaker in areas of expertise.

      • Recognitions and Certificates for training and attendance of events and conferences in printed materials feasible in the organization website and web platforms.

      • Member celebration for personal achievements by other members.

      • Voting rights at the General Assembly.

      • Identified with LOANI brand and mission.

    2. STRATEGIC PROGRAM AREAS

      • Social Welfare and Self-Help Projects and Programs

      • Education and Training for Advancement

      • Health and Wellness

      • Culture and Sports

      • Skills Training and Women and Youth and Empowerment through SME Development

      • Collaboration, Cooperation, and Partnerships.

      • Awareness Campaigns for Welfare and Wellness, Advocacy, Events, and Conferences

      • Celebrating Accomplishments and Successes

      • Helping Victims and Support the underprivileged communities such as orphans, widows, elderly, persons with disability and critical illnesses, survivors of difficult situations, displaced persons, and marginalized communities.

    3. ACHIEVEMENTS

      LOANI has achieved and launched the following milestones:

      • Prestigious Whitehouse Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award (LOANI Founder Chair/President)

      • LOANI Women and Girls Empowerment Programs

      • LOANI International Magazine

      • LOANI Global Book Club (Best Seller featuring in major bookstores globally) endorsed and upraised by the United Nations Director of Dept of ECOSOC & SDGs, HE Irena Zubcevic)

      • LOANI Scholarship Programs

      • LOANI Cultural Exchange Programs

      • LOANI Online Support Webinars and Interviews

      • LOANI Women Football Team powered by North Wales Dragon

      • LOANI Mother and Child Wellness Program

      • LOANI Leadership Training Program

      • LOANI Partner Platform

      • LOANI Sustainability Project


    4. NON-DISCRIMINATION AND CONDUCT OF MEMBERS

While conducting its affairs, LOANI is guided by the highest ethical and professional code of conduct and professional standards. The organization shall

not discriminate against any person based on race, cold, sex, national origin, religion, disability, age, and any other bases prohibited by the law. This policy of nondiscrimination applies to members and executives of the board, providers of services to the public, contractors for services, and all other activities of the organization.

The organization takes responsibility for respectful ethical conduct and behavior for the safety of members while interacting and communicating. It advocates for corporate leadership, an inclusive, respectful, and safe environment that supports human rights and non-discrimination, equality and gender sensitivity, integrity, inclusivity, diversity, and building trust within members.

While all members are aware of their roles, responsibilities, and obligations while maintaining an atmosphere free from any prohibited conduct such as sexual harassment, discrimination, and abuse of authority, all members are protected against harassment for reporting misconduct.


PART 10

    1. MEMBERSHIP TERMINATION POLICY

      As a standard LOANI policy, members have a right to resign themselves officially and voluntarily from the organization HONORABLY and DIPLOMATICALLY by notifying the Executive Board without causing any reputational damage to the organization in public.


      The organization reserves the right to engage the Board for review and resolution to terminate and remove a member at will and/or without explanation. They hold absolute rights to determine cause of action against commission of unethical inappropriate conduct and behavior, disrespect, discrimination, racism, breach, incitement, extortion, fraud, violation, abuse of office and position of trust, and other factors which may be determined tantamount to gross misconduct against to the interests of the organization and public good.

    2. DISSOLUTION OF ORGANIZATION

      The organization shall not be dissolved or wound up except by a resolution passed at a General Meeting of the members by two thirds of the votes of members present. In the event of dissolution, the residual assets of the organization shall be turned over to one or more organizations that themselves are recognized as

      exempt under the corresponding sections of any prior or future Internal Revenue Code or to the federal, State, or local government for exclusive purpose.


    3. AMENDMENT TO THE CHARTER

The Board of Trustees may by special resolution pass, modify or repeal the Charter or adopt a new one or change the name of the organization, provided that no such alteration, amendment or modification made shall impair or prejudice the effectiveness of the prohibitions contained in the constitution against distribution of income, property, and assets of the organization to the members.


Dated this Day of 16th of February 2024

Approved, Adopted and Signed by LOANI Board of Trustees