Terms and conditions for fundraising in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust

Thank you for deciding to raise money in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, your support will make our work possible.

If you wish to fundraise in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust you must agree to the following:

  1. To read and abide by the contents of Teenage Cancer Trust’s fundraising pack.
  2. To only use lawful means to fundraise for Teenage Cancer Trust and not do anything that is likely to harm the participant’s or charity’s reputation.
  3. To ensure that all money raised through fundraising activities in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust is paid to the charity within 30 days.
  4. To be responsible for managing risk, organising insurance and obtaining the relevant permissions for all aspects of fundraising activities.
  5. To accept that Teenage Cancer Trust does not hold any responsibility for my fundraising activities and will not be held liable in any way.
  6. I agree that the information I have provided is true.

Own place fundraising activity

Where I have organised my own place in a third party event, I understand that I should seek medical advice from my general practitioner if I am in any doubt about my physical or mental ability to take part in this event. Teenage Cancer Trust cannot be held responsible for any injury or illness incurred during your preparation and/or participation in the event.

Publicity consent

Should Teenage Cancer Trust be provided with photographs, videos or information about your story, the charity may wish to use them in our published materials, such as our leaflets or on our website. Teenage Cancer Trust may also pass on your story, video or photograph to the media, such as your local newspaper, TV or radio station – where possible we will gain additional consent before sharing your story.

I understand that whilst Teenage Cancer Trust makes every effort to ensure that all media coverage portrays interviewees in a positive way, the charity does not have final control about how a journalist may portray me. I understand my right to ask to see any information held about me by Teenage Cancer Trust.

Your details will be kept in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. They will be held securely and confidentially and will only be accessed by authorised individuals.

I am taking on a challenge event for Teenage Cancer Trust

I will: 

  1. Use my best endeavours to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust 
  2. Only use lawful means to fundraise for Teenage Cancer Trust and will not do anything that harms or is likely to harm the charity’s reputation, particularly in my own social media communications or if contacted by the media. 
  3. Encourage and motivate people to support the charity but also respect their right to decline. I will not conduct my fundraising in a way that could be perceived to be overly intrusive 
  4. Obtain and pay into Teenage Cancer Trust all monies raised within 30 days of my fundraising activity 
  5. Seek approval from the charity before creating and using materials to advertise my fundraising in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. I will ensure that these materials contain the phrase “fundraising in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust” and the ‘in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust’ logo 
  6. Ensure that all materials with the Teenage Cancer Trust logo include the text ‘Registered charity in England and Wales (1062559) and Scotland (SCO39757)’ 
  7. Be responsible for managing risk, organising insurance and obtaining the relevant permissions for all aspects of my fundraising activity; including carrying out all necessary risk assessments 
  8. Not approach, nor offer financial incentives to any celebrity, public figure or performance artist (or their agents and management) to endorse or take part in my fundraising activity, event or initiative without seeking approval from Teenage Cancer Trust 
  9. Let Teenage Cancer Trust know before approaching any local or national companies for sponsorship, financial contribution or provision of goods or services for my fundraising activity 
  10. Not smoke or drink alcohol when wearing a Teenage Cancer Trust badge, branded clothing or anything that could identify me with the charity 
  11. Be responsible for any fundraising materials I request and return them when they are no longer required. 

I understand that Teenage Cancer Trust does not hold any responsibility for my fundraising activity and may terminate my right to raise funds at any time. 

I acknowledge that I am undertaking this activity entirely at my own risk and have not been induced by Teenage Cancer Trust to participate in this event, which I do entirely of my own free will. 

I understand that I should seek medical advice from my general practitioner if I am in any doubt about my physical or mental ability to take part in this event. 

Teenage Cancer Trust cannot be held responsible for any injury or illness incurred during your preparation and/or participation in the event. 

Publicity Consent 

Should Teenage Cancer Trust be provided with photographs, videos or information about your story, the charity may wish to use them in our published materials, such as our leaflets or on our website/social media channels. Teenage Cancer Trust may also pass on your story, video or photograph to the media, such as your local newspaper, TV or radio station – where possible we will gain additional consent before sharing your story. 

I understand that whilst Teenage Cancer Trust makes every effort to ensure that all media coverage portrays interviewees in a positive way, the charity does not have final control about how a journalist may portray me. 

Data Protection 

Teenage Cancer Trust will use the information you’ve given us to keep you updated about the event you’ve entered and some other events you might be interested in. If you indicated that you would also like us to keep you updated about our work and other ways you can support us, we’ll get in touch using the ways you selected. You can unsubscribe at any time by emailing [email protected] or by calling us on 0207 612 0370. 

We know that your information and data needs to be kept safe, and we never give or sell any data or information to other charities or companies. For more information on how we use your data see our Privacy Policy on our website

I understand my right to ask to see any information held about me by Teenage Cancer Trust.