Helping Hand

AmunHealing Bylaws

"The Laws of Nature are the Laws of Health" -Aquarian Gospel 23:5

Article I

Name and Offices

The name of the Association shall be "AMUNHEALING, PHA".

Article II

Purpose

This Association is created and organized to operate upon a reliance of faith in Nature and
Nature’s God: The Heavenly Father, The Earthly Mother, and the Natural Laws thereof and to
operate within the private domain as a Private Health Association, as a matter of private
contractual relationship between The Association and The Association members. The purposes
for which it is organized are set forth in the Articles of Association and are as follows: To provide
a resource for members to access all manners of natural health related consultation, products,
services, proprietary services, and education without outside influence of biased entities,
corporations, lobbyists, and legislators. To provide a private forum to educate, counsel, advise
and share opinions, information, processes, and procedures with other members of The
Association. To conduct any manner of business within the private domain as seen fit by the
founders or their designee.
(A) The Association is created and organized as a Faith Based Private Health Association
operating in accordance with a private contractual relationship between The Association and its
members, under the direction of The Association’s Trustees, consistent with the Articles of
Association.
(B) The Associations assets and earnings will be disposed of in accordance with the Articles of
Association, at the direction of the Trustees.
(1) For the ordinary and necessary expenses of operating, maintaining, and improving The
Association.
(2) As payment for the acquisition of property for expansion or benefit of The Association and
(3) For creating a fund to provide a source of income for the benefit of The Association or a
reasonable reserve for any ordinary or necessary purpose. The Association may collect
membership dues, fees, or contributions for the foregoing purposes. Contributions for a
specifically designated purpose shall be accepted and used for such purpose if the Trustees of
The Association find such purpose acceptable and within the purposes established under the
Articles of Association.
(4) All the properties and income of The Association are hereby permanently and exclusively
dedicated and devoted to such purposes and to that end the Trustees shall hold, invest, reinvest, protect, manage, and control such property and apply the income arising therefrom as
they may or shall from time to time determine and in such manner as they may deem advisable
for the purposes aforesaid.
(C) To use such other means and methods as the Trustees of this Association may from time to
time determine to be appropriate for the accomplishment of the purpose for which this
Association is organized and which are not contrary to the Bylaws of The Association or to the
other terms and provisions hereof.

Article III
Dedication of Funds

All earnings and funds of this Association shall be used at the sole determination, and discretion
of the Trustees of the Association except in the case of Association dissolution in accordance
with the Associations Articles of Association.

Article IV

Disposition of Funds in Event of Dissolution

If at any time this Association should be dissolved, all assets of the Association shall be
liquidated by the Association Chairperson and funds acquired from the aforesaid liquidation
shall be used to settle all Association debts and liabilities including distribution to Association
creditors, if any lawful debt is then outstanding. In the event of dissolution, absent any debt
owed or outstanding, the Associations founding members shall maintain sole discretion of the
disposition of the remaining Association assets.
Article V

Prohibition of Use of Funds for Political and Other Purposes
Absent Association being dissolved, all or part of the net earnings or other assets of the
Association may inure to the benefit of, or be distributable to its members, directors, Trustees,
or other private persons at the discretion of the Association Trustees and the Association shall
be authorized and empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services rendered and to
make payments and contributions in furtherance of the purposes set forth in Article Four hereof.
Any part of the activities of the Association may be carrying on of propaganda, or otherwise
attempting to influence legislation as determined by the Association Trustees. The Association
may participate in or intervene in (including the publishing or distribution of statements) any
political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office as seen fit by the Association
Trustees.

Article VI
Membership

A. Primary. Primary members are members in good standing who are admitted to the
Association by the Association Trustees.
Members of the Association shall not have a vote on any matter put before the Association.
Notice of the annual membership meeting may be given but is not required under these bylaws.

Article VII
Funds and Financial Reports

A. The Association Trustees shall have no obligation to report business matters to the
Association membership except changes or amendments to these bylaws which may impact
or govern members of the Association.
B. The Trustees and their designee, acting in the capacity of Chairperson or Treasurer, are
authorized to enter into contracts on 

C. The Chairperson and Treasurer are authorized to manage the financial affairs of the
Association, including the right to invest the assets of the Association, to pay for necessary
and to invest the funds of the Association in operating, reserve, or perpetual fund accounts,
including the right to accept contributions for specified purposes, provided such purposes
are consistent with the purposes for which this Association is organized and operates. The funds may be withdrawn only upon the signature of the either the Chairperson or the
designated Treasurer, or both, as determined by Trustees of the Association.

Article XIIII
Meetings

There may be an annual meeting of the members of the Association held at the time, place, and
date determined by the Association Trustees. The Chairperson or a majority of the Trustees
may call special meetings of the membership by mailing or emailing notices to all of the
members whose mailing addresses are known at least two weeks before the date of such
special meetings.

Article IX
Trustees

Initial office holders for the Association have been determined by the Association founders prior
to the establishment of the Association and shall serve in the appointed offices indefinitely or
until they voluntarily resign their office.
The Trustee positions created for the founding of the Association are the offices of Chairperson
and the offices of Co-Trustees. An additional Trustee position may be created as “Trustee At
Large” if needed for the purposes of settling any vote from the Trustees resulting in a tie vote.
Trustee, if appointed, must be chosen from within the Association membership.
In the event of a vacancy in office the remaining Trustees of the Association shall elect a new
officer to fill the vacant position. Future Trustees shall be selected from members of the
Association then existing and shall be elected as successors to the current office holders,
elected to serve three (3) year terms in office.
Article X

Advisory Board

This Association may have an advisory board which serves with no authority to direct the
Association and shall serve at the discretion of the Trustees only in an advisory capacity.
“Blessed are those who reject the advice of the wicked, don’t stand in the way of sinners, or
sit where scoffers sit! Their delight is in The Law of The Lord and within this Law they
meditate day and night” Psalm 1:1

Article XI
Duties of the Trustees

The Chairperson shall preside at all meetings of the Association, the meetings of the advisory
board, and shall perform any and all other duties entrusted to them by the Articles of
Association. In the absence of the Chairperson, the duties shall be performed by the designated
Co-Trustee. A designated Co-Trustee shall keep the minutes of the Association meetings and
shall perform such other clerical duties as deemed necessary by the Association Chairperson. A
Co-Trustee may be designated to be responsible for all funds as consistent with the Articles of
Association and shall disburse all monies of the Association and provide financial statement at
the annual meeting of the Association. If no Trustee is designated, this duty remains with the
Association Chairperson.

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Article XII
Tribunals and Committees

The Chairperson shall designate a minimum of Three (3) members to serve in the capacity of a
Tribunal if needed and shall designate such committees as they shall deem necessary to
properly carry on the functions of this Association.
Article XIII

Amendments

These by-laws or the Articles of Association may be amended at any annual or specially called
meeting of the Association by a majority vote of the Trustees of the Association provided that
there is a quorum present and voting on such amendment and provided that notice of the
proposed amendment shall be sent by regular mail or email to all Association Trustees a
minimum of two weeks in advance of the meeting setting forth the proposed amendment.

Article XIV
Quorum

A quorum of 2 out of the 3 Trustees must be present before the Trustees of the Association can
transact business, except the business of an amendment to the Articles of Association or
Bylaws of the Association which requires all Trustees to be present. A majority vote of the
Trustees present at a meeting shall govern the actions of the Association. No meeting of the
Trustees shall sit for the transaction of business or the determination of any matter unless at
least two (2) Trustees are present.

behalf of the Association.