APR Scout Foundation Management Committee
To achieve the Regional Scout Foundation's periodical objectives by exercising its policies, rules and directions in the management of the Foundation.
The APR Scout Foundation is managed by a Management Committee composed of nine (9) members who must be members of the Foundation for at least one (1) year of standing at the time of his/her election/appointment.
1. Nominated Members
Six (6) members are appointed by the RSC from amongst the Foundation members nominated by NSO.
The Asia-Pacific Regional office together with all other APR Sub-Committees will call for these nominations from NSOs before each APR Scout conference. The APR Scout Committee will appoint six (6) members from amongst the nominations received.
2. Ex-Officio Members
The incumbent Chairman of the Financial Resources Sub Committee will be ex-officio member with full voting rights.
3. Invited Members
The incumbent President of the APR Scout Foundation Management Committee and the incumbent Chairman of the Regional Scout Committee will each nominate one (1) member based on their ability to support raising capital funds and management of the Foundation.
The Asia-Pacific Regional office is the Secretariat of the Foundation. The Regional Director or his/her representative will be the Secretary of the Foundation
President: Elected from amongst the APR Scout Foundation Management Committee Members
Vice-President: Elected from amongst the APR Scout Foundation Management Committee members
Promotion: Elected from amongst the APR Foundation Management Committee Coordinator members
Treasurer: Elected from amongst the APR Foundation Management Committee members
Secretary: Regional Director, World Scout Bureau/APR
All elected positions be filled up in the first meeting of the APR Scout Foundation Management Committee, which should be held immediately after the appointment of the Committee, at the time of the Regional Conference.
In each Regional Scout Conference, the Foundation Management Committee will be formed and the conference will be duly informed.
Any member can serve for not more than two consecutive terms.
Five (5) members will make a quorum.
1. Promulgate policies, rules and directions in a) the management and b) the promotion of the Foundation.
2. Prepare a long term plan with strategies to achieve the set targets from time to time.
3. Formulate guidelines on what Scouting projects are to be supported by the earnings of the Foundation Fund.
4.Acquire project proposals to be funded by the foundation and approve the appropriate project as per the criteria
5.Supervise the Trustees in the management and safeguarding of the “Asia-Pacific Regional Scout Foundation Funds."
6.Inform APR Scout Committee in its each meeting on the progress of the Foundation's activities including financial statement.
7.Organize Foundation Fellowship Meeting, every three years, in conjunction with the APR Scout Conference
8.Recommend the nominations for the investment team to the Regional Committee and continuously coordinate with the investment team for better ROI
9.Must meet at least once in six months preferably in conjunction with the Regional Scout Committee
10.Give a formal report to the APR Scout conference.
AR/SPS/lmc 11 May '09