Details of the type of governing document the charity has and when it was established. It is not the full text of the charity's governing document.
CIO - FOUNDATION Registered 30 Oct 2018
1) THE PREVENTION OR RELIEF OF HARDSHIP FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT AMONG REFUGEES, ASYLUM SEEKERS AND THEIR DEPENDANTS (THE ‘BENEFICIARIES’) LIVING IN SURREY, IN PARTICULAR BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE BOROUGH OF ELMBRIDGE, THROUGH:
A. PROMOTING THE INCLUSION, INTEGRATION AND WELFARE OF REFUGEES AND ASYLUM-SEEKERS, BY ENCOURAGING A PUBLIC COMMITMENT TO BECOMING A PLACE OF WELCOME, ACCEPTANCE AND SAFETY,
B THE PROVISION OF GRANTS AND MATERIAL DONATIONS PROVIDED TO THE BENEFICIARIES AND/OR OTHER CHARITIES OR ORGANISATIONS WORKING TO IMPROVE THEIR CONDITIONS OF LIFE,
C. THE PROVISION OF RESETTLEMENT SUPPORT SERVICES INCLUDING ACTIVITIES THAT FACILITATE THE CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC INTEGRATION OF THE BENEFICIARIES.
2) THE RELIEF OF HARDSHIP OR DISTRESS AMONG UNACCOMPANIED ASYLUM-SEEKING CHILDREN (‘UASC’) AND YOUNG REFUGEES (UNDER THE AGE OF 25) LIVING IN SURREY THROUGH THE PROVISION OF GRANTS TO ENABLE THEM TO PARTICIPATE IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES THAT BUILD SELF-CONFIDENCE, COMBAT SOCIAL ISOLATION AND IMPROVE THEIR CONDITIONS OF LIFE.
3) TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL ABOUT THE ISSUES RELATING TO REFUGEES, ASYLUM SEEKERS AND THEIR DEPENDENTS