Community Center Constitution
A constitution is simply the aims and rules that your group will use. It’s a
statement of what your group is going to do and how it is going to do it.
Our aims, sometimes called objectives or objects, are a statement of our long term goals: what we want to achieve and how we want to achieve it. This is probably the most important part of our constitution and needs to be very clear.
Discussing our aims and objectives will help you to make sure that everyone in the group agrees on the purpose of the group and what it will be doing. If our aims are clearly written, you can use them to let others know what our group is about.
Our aims should include information about the area you are working in, who will benefit from the activities of the group, and how they will benefit.
Please click here for the Constitution of ICC