Committee structure

The Committee consists of ordinary members, supporting and honorable ones. Among the ordinary members there are individuals - the founders and those who were taken by authorities on the basis of the questionnaire. Supporting members are mostly corporations who financially supported the Committee. The title of honorable member shall be granted by the General Assembly to the people who have particularly contributed to the care of the Old Powązki.

The Committee is supervised by the Management Committee, consisting of seven members elected by the General Assembly. This meeting takes place at least once a year. There is also the Audit Committee (3 people) and the Committee of Science and Conservation ( 4 people). The term of office is four years.

The Management Committee in the years 2009 - 2012 are:
  • Marcin Święcicki - chairman
  • Andrzej Biernat - deputy chairman
  • Jerzy Kisielewski - deputy chairman
  • Zbigniew Maj - treasure
  • Ks. Mark Gałęziewski
  • Jerzy Jasiuk
  • Wiesław Procyk
  • Rafał Skąpski
  • Maria Wojtysiak

The Audit Committee consists of:
    • Krystyna Drogoń
    • Paweł Romański
    • Andrzej Sośnierz

The Committee of Science and conservation are
  • Wiesław Procyk – chairman
  • Tomasz Wałdykowski – secretary
  • Zbigniew Maj
  • Agnieszka Kasprzak – Miler
  • Adam Roman

Main goals of the committee are
  • To propagate needs and meaning of the National Cemetery Old Powązki In Warsaw social care,
  • To take care of historical cemetery chapels, gravestones and green space,
  • To initiate and implement renovation work of historical objects, with keeping its artistic and historical value,
  • To undertake works to keep historical green space in good condition,
  • To inform society about condition of historical objects and undertaken works to secure those objects,
  • To issue publications about cemetery and its historical monuments.
  • Statut Komitetu – [klik] (na stronie jest PDF – zakładka „O komitecie”)

Statutory goals
  1. To propagate needs and meaning of the National Cemetery Old Powązki In Warsaw social care,
  2. To take care of historical cemetery chapels, gravestones and green space,
  3. To initiate and implement renovation work of historical objects, with keeping its artistic and historical value,
  4. To undertake works to keep historical green space in good condition,
  5. To inform society about condition of historical objects and undertaken works to secure those objects,
  6. To issue publications about cemetery and its historical monuments.

Members
  1. Normal members – natural members, founders and persons accepted by the management board based on given questionnaire,
  2. Support members – legal persons, who declare financial suport for the Commitee, accepted by the management board based on written declaration,
  3. Honorary members – status granted by the General Assembly of Members, to persons of merit, who care for Old Powązki.

Committee authorities
  1. General Assembly of Members is held once a year,
  2. The activity of committee is run by management board of the committee with 7 members, picked by General Assembly of Members,
  3. Audit committee is run by three persons,

The tenure of authorities lasts 4 years.

CURRENT MANAGEMENT BOARD STRUCTURE
(tenure 2009-2012)
MARCIN ŚWIĘCICKI - chairman of the management board
ANDRZEJ BIERNAT - chairman of the management board deputy
JERZY KISIELEWSKI - chairman of the management board deputy
ZBIGNIEW MAJ - treasurer
ks. MAREK GAŁĘZIEWSKI - member of the management board
JERZY JASIUK - member of the management board
WIESŁAW PROCYK - member of the management board
RAFAŁ SKĄPSKI - member of the management board
MARIA WOJTYSIAK - member of the management board
 
Audit committe
Krystyna Drogoń, Paweł Romański, Andrzej Sośnierz
 
Science and conservation commission
Wiesław Procyk - chairman
Tomasz Wałdykowski - secretary
Zbigniew Maj
Agnieszka Kasprzak-Miler
Adam Roman
- members

Committee funds
  1. Inflows from All Souls' Day collection
  2. Membership fees
  3. Financing from central budget (The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage)
  4. Financing from local budget (Capital City of Warsaw)
  5. 1% inflows from natural persons tax payments
  6. Donations from natural and legal persons