On 29/10/06, geni <geniice(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 10/29/06, daniwo59(a)aol.com <daniwo59(a)aol.com>
Actually, we have always had them. As a not fo profit in the United States,
we are required to have a mission statement, because we are accepting money.
People have a right to know what they are giving money to, and that is laid
out in the mission statement.
You can legally have informal ones (that is what Michael Snow's
comments suggest exists at the moment)?
I think "placeholder" may be more accurate than "informal" -
incorporating with an official aim that says "to do good stuff in a
really really general way" and then going back to firm up the details
- Andrew Gray