dated October 22nd, 2004, with the changes after October 19th, 2012 and November 27th, 2014

§ 1

The association carries the name Sport für einen guten Zweck and is located in 82407 Wielenbach. It is to be registered in the association register. After registration the name is: Sport für einen guten Zweck e.V.

§ 2

The purpose of the association is to support areas and / or individuals in need nat through sports activities. The statutory purposes shall be realized in particular by the procurement of funds and materials and their distribution both nationally and internationally as well as by publicity campaigns, in particular of a sporting nature. The association pursues exclusively and directly charitable purposes in the sense of the section “tax-privileged purposes” of the tax code. The association is a charitable organisation; it does not primarily pursue its own financial purposes.

§ 3

A member can be any adult, as well as children with the written consent of their legal guardians. The board decides on the written application for membership.

§ 4

The withdrawal from the association can be declared at any time in writing to a member of the executive board.

§ 5

A member may be expelled from the association if his behavior grossly violates the interests of the association. The general meeting decides on the expulsion with a three-quarters majority of the votes cast.

§ 6

The membership fee is determined by the general meeting. Means of the association may be used only for the statutory purposes. The members do not receive payments from the association. No person may be favored by expenses that are foreign to the purpose of the corporation or by disproportionately high remuneration.

§ 7

The Executive Board consists of the first and second chairmen. Each of them is individually entitled to represent the association. The Executive Board is elected by the general meeting for a period of 2 years. However, it remains in office even after the expiration of its term of office until the new election of the association. The Executive Board is honorary active. However, the general meeting can decide that it receives an appropriate remuneration for its time expenditure, the amount of which is determined by the general meeting.

§ 8

The ordinary general meeting takes place every second year, if necessary also abroad. An extraordinary general meeting shall take place if this is necessary in the interest of the association or if one fifth of the members request it in writing from the Executive Board, stating the reasons.

§ 9

The general meeting shall be called by the first or second chairman with a notice period of 2 weeks in writing, by fax or by e-mail stating the agenda.

§ 10

The general meeting will be chaired by the first chairman or, in his absence, by the second chairman. If the latter is also unable to attend, the general meeting shall elect a chairman from among its members. By resolution of the general meeting, the agenda established by the Executive Board may be supplemented or amended. The general meeting decides on the acceptance of resolutions by a simple majority of the votes cast, abstentions being disregarded. A majority of three quarters of the valid votes cast is required for the exclusion of members and for amendments of the Statutes, and a majority of nine tenths of the valid votes cast is required for the dissolution of the association. Votes are generally carried out by a show of hands; if one third of the members present request this, a written vote must be taken.

§ 11

Resolutions shall be recorded in minutes, stating the place and time of the meeting and the result of the vote, and shall be signed by the chairman of the meeting.

§ 12

In case of dissolution of the association, the remaining assets shall be allocated to the Weilheimer Tafel ( fall.