Chapter  1
General  resolution

§ 1
1. St. Brother's  Albert's  Gdańsk foundation of Christian Culture later known as Foundation was established under protection and supervision of Bishop of Gdańsk  Tadeusz Gocłowski by dices of Gdańsk functioning through Kuria Biskupia Gdańsk and through members from industrial and local government, later known as founders. On April  8 1991 authenticated by notary Lidia Derengowska-Winiecka from Solicitor Practice Nr 55 in Gdynia. The founders list can be found in the statute's enclosure.
2. Foundation's work is based on regulations from April 6 1984 dealing with foundations with later alterations and on the bases of our statute.
3. Foundation has a legal status.

§ 2
Foundation carries its activity out in the country of origin and abroad according to regulations.

§ 3
The foundation's headquarters is in Gdańsk.

§ 4
Foundation uses round stamp with the text 'Gdańska Fundacja Kultury Chrześcijańskiej  im. Św. Brata Alberta'.

§ 5
The Minister of Culture and Art is appropriate person to be in charge to oversee the correctness of the statute and objectives of Foundation.

Chapter  2
Aims and rules of Foundation

§ 6
Foundation is a social institution. It widely serves the artists, scientists and culture creators either in the country or abroad.  It helps disabled people and protects them from social threats. Foundations main concerns are ideals of social agreement, peace, dialogue and cooperation.

§ 7
The main objectives are:
- comprehensive image of Poland and Poles throughout historical, scientific and artistic achievements.
- actively promote culture, art and Polish science.
- implement novel scientific achievements,
- rebuild, restore and protect historical sites,
- run and support charity activities.

§ 8
To complete Foundation's objectives it:
- raises funds and goods on its purposes,
- collects and elaborates information on Polish culture, art and science,
- runs informative and educative activities,
- widely support people exposed to social and environmental threats,
- conducts courses enabling to gain, improve and change work qualifications in particular for those who lost their jobs and can't carry on in current professions.
- organizes and runs artistic events, shows and travels in particular for orphans and the ones with unfavorable background,
- organizes conferences, meetings, courses and lectures and other events,
- cooperates with other organizations and institutions in and out of the country,
- supports social initiatives according to the ideals of Foundation,
- initiates other forms of activities serving the aims of Foundation,

Chapter  3
Organization  and representatives of Foundation

§ 9
Foundation is represented by:
Foundation's Council later known as council.
Foundation's Management later known as Management.

§ 10
1. Council consists of:
- founders – specified in enclosure to the statute
- Other donors invited by Council
2. Council competencies are:
- chairman and members of Council election
- management's president election from the members of management
- alteration in management's staff
- assessment, evaluation the realization of Foundation's objectives
- initiating new forms heading to fulfil Foundation's objectives
- receiving annual management's reports on performed tasks
- changing management itself
3. President's and members of Council's term lasts not longer than 5 years.
4. Council's decisions named in point 2 are made openly as a resolution.
5. Council is in session according to its needs but not rarelier than once a year . Debates are convened  by Council's chairman, on his/her behalf or in conclusion of 50 per cent of Council representatives.
6. Council's debates are run by its chairman or a person assigned by him/her.
7. Council's resolutions are accepted by majority and presence is required which is at least one third of Council.

§ 11
1. Management consists of President and one deputy (vice president).
2. To carry out any activities on Foundation behalf all management's members are authorized.
3. Management's competence's are:
- managing the Foundation's activities and representing on the outside.
- determining Foundation's programmes and plans
- determining annual perspectives of financial plans, approval the balance of payments and Foundation's reports.
- conducting alterations in Foundation's statute without any basic changes
- making decision and resolutions concerning Foundation's fusion with others, joining another corporation or association.
- accepting donations legacy and request
- creating and establishing organization's structure of Foundation Bureau.
- determining the state of liquidation,
4. Management registers the list of donors.
5. The management meeting assembles according to its needs not rarelier than once in a half of a year.
6. Procedural decisions determined in points 6 and 7 § 10 are applied suitably to the management resolutions.
7. The members of The Council and The Chairman do their duties without fees.
8. Membership expires when:
- term ends,
- resignation,
- removal by The Council,
- members death.

Chapter 4
Assets of  Foundation

§ 12
1. Foundations assets consist of funds pointed out in Foundations statement.
2. Foundations incomes are:
- donations by private people and firms,
- profits from Foundations properties,
- donations, inheritance and bequests,
- trade incomes.
3. Assets and incomes serve to realize Foundations objectives.
4. To realize its statute's  aims Foundation runs trade in the areas like:
- production
- commerce
- service
- science
- owning shares

§ 13
Trade activities are conducted by Foundation itself in accordance with economics.

§ 14
1. Foundations management is responsible for trade activity.
2. Foundations management is allowed to create and found  institutions and nominate their managers to conduct trade.
3. Institutions managers have competences which were granted by Council.
4. In case if specified trade directions don't bring profit in which they were created The Council can decide to  terminate them.


Chapter  5
Liquidation of Foundation

§ 15
1. Foundation is to be liquidate  if money or assets run out. The crucial moment of liquidation is the lock of money and further management would cause inability of payment.
2. The management is due to inform The Council and  The Ministry of Culture and Art about the liquidation.