NAF BYLAWSClick here to see the Bylaws
Articles• Mission Statements.
• Non-Profit Purposes.
• Special Meetings.
WE ARE ALL ABOUT
- Reaching Out
- Building Bridges
- Strengthening Community Relations
- Educating and Informing
- Providing Assistance and Support
NAF CONSTITUTIONClick here to see the constitution
Articles• General Provisions.
• Main Organs.
• Membership Categories and Membership Fees.
• Membership Dues.
• Organizational Membership Delinquency.
• Board of Directors.
• Powers of the Board of Directors.
• Executive Council.
• Office of the President.
• Manner of Elections.
• Board of Advisors on Cultural and Community Affairs (Bacca).
• Powers and Functions of the Board of Bacca.
• Bacca Discipline/Removal from Office/Vacancy.
• General Meeting.
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