I don't want to argue that our goals consist of
all of the buzz-
words; perhaps something more simple like stating that the
fundamental objective is "The charity's objective is the collection
and distribution of all forms of knowledge to all under a free
license or in the public domain, by means ...[etc]"?
I'd go with "knowledge and information", but otherwise I like that.
(Preserving old source documents is more about information than
knowledge - the facts contained aren't significant it's the document
itself. I may be making a false distinction there, but I still I'd
rather include both words!)
If we try and explicitly include every type of charitable goal the
charity commission may not be too happy because it appears we're just
trying to play the system rather than actually having clear goals.