Fundraising terms and conditions
Thank you for choosing to fundraise for us!
We rely 100% on voluntary donations and the amazing efforts of our team of inspirational fundraisers, so every pound really does count and will make a huge impact to everyone affected by a brain tumour. Thank you for your support.
Terms and conditions
Please be aware of the following terms and conditions that we ask you to agree to before fundraising and also information on how we store and use your data.
- I understand that The Brain Tumour Charity will in no way be liable for any claim which may arise from this event.
- I acknowledge that The Brain Tumour Charity shall not be liable for any injuty or loss that might occur as a result of this event.
- I accept full responsibility and liability for the secure safekeeping of all funds raised or donations received as a result of the activity in aid of The Brain Tumour Charity.
- I agree to pay all proceeds of the event to The Brain Tumour Charity within 6 weeks of the event finishing.
- I will contact The Brain Tumour Charity before approaching a celebrity so that we can co-ordinate all contacts and have a record of who has been approached and by whom.
- I will contact The Brain Tumour Charity before approaching national companies to avoid duplication of contact.
- As an independent fundraiser, I will refer to my fundraising as being 'In aid of The Brain Tumour Charity'.
- I will be clear and honest with my donors and sponsors about my fundraising and will not bring The Brain Tumour Charity into disrepute.
- I will contact The Brain Tumour Charity for guidance and use of The Charity's logo and branding of any promotional materials I wish to produce.
- I will accept that it is my responsibility to obtain all necessary and appropriate permits, licences, approvals and consents prior to starting my fundraising activity. I will abide by all by-laws and regulations relevant to fundraising puruant to the Charities Act 2006.
Data protection statement
Restarting fundraising activities
We're incredibly grateful to our community for wanting to fundraise during these challenging times. We know our amazing supporters have been taking on challenges in their homes during lockdown, and with lockdown easing many are keen to restart fundraising more publicly. We really need your support to help us continue to fund life-changing research and support anyone living with a brain tumour. Brain tumours haven’t paused during the pandemic, and neither have we.
Below is our guidance to help you keep safe when fundraising during Covid-19, in line with the Fundraising Regulator:
Think through the activity you want to do and what adaptions you might need to make to keep it safe and legal. For example, if you'd like to hold a bake sale, can you ask for donations and deliver the cakes to individual houses using PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) rather than asking multiple households to meet in the same location? If you'd like to ask a hairdresser to shave your head, will you or they provide the correct equipment including the masks and gloves required? Don’t forget that any high touch areas such as door handles will need frequent cleaning. Consider whether you can change your activity from a physical to a virtual challenge and still get your loved ones involved - competitions, pub quizzes and dinner parties can all work really well online.
We advise that you complete a risk assessment for any activity involving others outside of your household to make sure you are highlighting and mitigating any risks. This doesn’t have to be scary or complicated but writing it down will help you work through your options and help others to feel confident you're keeping everyone safe. There are a lots of tools online to help you including Resource Centre’s guide to risk assessments for community groups. The Association of Event Organisers has produced specific Covid-19 guidance for events which you may also find useful.
Make sure you have all the equipment you need, both for the fundraising itself and for safety to be maintained, and bring extras in case anyone forgets theirs, plus lots of hand sanitiser of course. It’s a good idea to make sure you have a copy of your risk assessment to hand to help answer any questions your loved ones or the public may have about your activity.
The reopening of shops and facilities has brought very mixed feelings across the community. The fact that you might be desperate to see other people in real life doesn’t mean your loved ones feel the same. Also, an individual’s financial circumstances may have changed during lockdown and they may not be able to support you as they would like to. Please bear in mind that if your activity is taking place in public you will need to take into account the rules of your location, and that these may differ from the minimum legal standards.
We know many people have missed seeing friends and family during the pandemic and also how much hugging means to so many of us. Please do stay within your government’s guidance on distancing and the number of people who are allowed to meet - be mindful that this varies across the UK. You shouldn’t fundraise in enclosed spaces where social distancing can’t be maintained.
The Fundraising Regulator Coronavirus guidance can be found here.