1. The name of the society is ISEE Solutions Society.
2. The purposes of the Society are:
a) to advance education in developing countries by providing programs and resources that improve the standard and delivery of education;
b) To advance education by providing student scholarships and financial aid to needy youth;
c) to advance education in developing nations by providing leadership training and professional development programs and workshops;
d) to develop or promote public health by providing workshops on preventative measures for health problems and educational presentations on female sexual health and the reproductive system;
e) to relieve poverty in developing nations by providing food and other basic supplies to persons in need and establishing small scale farming programs to provide food security and promote self-sufficiency;
f) to receive gifts, bequests, trusts, funds and property and beneficially, or as a trustee or agent, to hold, invest, develop, manage, accumulate and administer funds and property for the purposes of the Society, or for and to such other organizations as are qualified donees or registered charities under the provisions of the Income Tax Act; and
g) to undertake activities ancillary and incidental to the attainment of the aforementioned charitable purposes.
3. The activities of the Society shall be carried on without purpose of gain for its members and any income, profits or other accretions to the Society shall be used in promoting the purposes of the Society.
4. Upon the winding‑up or dissolution of the Society, the funds and property remaining after the payment of all costs, charges and expenses properly incurred in the winding-up or dissolution, including the remuneration of a liquidator, and after payment to employees of the Society of any arrears of salaries or wages, and after payment of any debts of the Society, shall be distributed to registered charities and “qualified donees”, as defined by the Income Tax Act, as shall be designated by the Board. Any of such funds or property remaining which had originally been received for specific purposes shall, wherever possible, be distributed to registered charities and “qualified donees” carrying on work of a similar nature to such specific purposes.