Haemophilia Scotland was originally established as an independent Scottish Charity in 2012 and began life as a Voluntary Association.
However, at the 2014 Annual General Meeting we decided to become a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO).
At the 2015 Annual General Meeting we completed the transition to by formally adopting a new constitution. As of the 14th May 2015 Haemophilia Scotland was officially registered as a SCIO.
The constitution was next amended at an Extraordinary General Meeting in July 2016 to make specific reference to our international work in our charitable purposes.
The most recent changes were made in May 2018 when we made changes to enable electronic voting and to protect trustees from inappropriate removal.
Our constitution is our governing document. It lets our members, the public, and the regulators know how we are organised and what we exist to achieve.
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