These terms and conditions are the challenge rules (the “Rules”) and apply to the Mission Unstoppable Challenge by Teenage Cancer Trust (the “Challenge”). By entering the Challenge, entrants agree to be bound by the Rules.

Teenage Cancer Trust is the beneficiary charity. Registered Charity 1062559 (England & Wales); SC039757 (Scotland) with a registered office at 93 Newman St, London, W1T 3EZ.

Entry details

  1. Entrants must be UK residents and must be aged 18 and over.
  2. By entering the Challenge, entrants are deemed to have read, accepted and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  3. The Challenge starts on 1st October 2022 and finishes on 4th February 2023. All funds raised must be delivered in cleared funds to Teenage Cancer Trust by 4th February 2023.
  4. Companies are only able to enter one team into the Challenge with a minimum of eight participants and maximum of fifteen.
  5. Companies must follow fundraising and competition guidelines that can be found in the ‘Dive In Pack’. Teenage Cancer Trust is unable to offer legal advice and we recommend that companies seek legal advice on the Charity Commission website where needed.

Publicity & Data Protection

  1. Challenge participants may be required to participate in publicity, e.g companies may be mentioned in press releases and on social media.  By entering this Challenge, companies may be required to participate in any form of publicity relating to the Challenge.
  2. Personal data will be taken from all companies participating. Only a company email and number will be required.  Personal data will be used by Teenage Cancer Trust to contact your company during the Challenge. Any personal data of entrants will be processed in accordance with applicable UK data protection legislation.

Seed funding

  1. Teenage Cancer Trust will provide each company with up to £1,000 which the company shall underwrite or, for the avoidance of doubt, repay to Teenage Cancer Trust should any team drop out of the competition. Teams will be responsible for setting up a community bank account which the seed funding will be transferred to. Seed funding will not be transferred to a personal bank account. 
  2. Each group will use the seed funding to raise the minimum amount plus the value of the seed funding or more for Teenage Cancer Trust by completing its project. If any group fails to raise at least £10,000, the company agrees to refund Teenage Cancer Trust the seed funding for that group within 30 working days of the end of the term of this agreement as or as otherwise agreed by both parties in writing.

Resignation of a member of any Group

  1. The Company shall ensure that any member of any team who decides to terminate their involvement in the Challenge must first inform the Teenage Cancer Trust representative and the company representative in writing as soon as is reasonably practicable. The Company shall use its best endeavours to find replacement employees to join the teams. 
  2. If members of any team reduce to below eight (or such other minimum number as notified by Teenage Cancer Trust to the Company) the company representative shall notify the Teenage Cancer Trust Representative. The parties’ representatives shall meet as soon as possible to discuss the reasons for the reduction and why it has not been possible to recruit additional members to the team.

Requirements of entrants

  1. We ask your company to agree to the following:
    • Provide a point of contact who will drive the Challenge forward within your company
    • Regular communication via email and calls on at least a bi-weekly basis
    • Provide reasonable support from key partnership stakeholders, such as charity champions and leadership team
    • Use reasonable endeavours to return all charity owned fundraising materials bearing the Teenage Cancer Trust logo once the Challenge has finished
    • Requirement to act in accordance with applicable laws and the Fundraising Regulator Code of Fundraising Practice
    • If companies are providing products or services to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust, a separate Commercial Partnership Agreement will be needed
  2. Teenage Cancer Trust will apply best endeavours to support with all relevant aspects of the challenge, including but not limited to:
    • A dedicated point of contact
    • Full support to your company employees looking to fundraise on our behalf, for example providing ideas and information on Challenge events
    • Providing relevant information and materials about Teenage Cancer Trust
    • Supply of images, logo, text or quotes for use by your company

Cancellation or Amendment by Teenage Cancer Trust

  1. This Challenge may be cancelled or amended at any time by Teenage Cancer Trust without prior notice.


  1. This Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.