Terms & Conditions
The following rules and conditions (the “Rules”) relate to your fundraising (“Fundraising”)in aid of Pancreatic Cancer UK (“PCUK”).
Conditions of fundraising
- By completing the registration form and setting up a fundraising page, your details will be collected by PCUK, so that PCUK can contact you about your Fundraising.
- Money pledged via online fundraising pages is collected automatically. Participants may also pay in fundraising monies or donations by:
- calling the Supporter Care Team on 020 3535 7090 with credit or debit card details to make a payment over the phone; or
- sending a cheque made payable to “Pancreatic Cancer UK” stating your full name and referencing your Fundraising.
All participants have a legal responsibility to ensure that all fundraising monies/donations received in connection with the Fundraising are paid to PCUK as soon as possible after the completion of the Fundraising. Fundraising monies/donations which are raised offline must be paid by no later than 6 weeks after the completion of the Fundraising, attached to a sponsorship form which can be downloaded at pancreaticcancer.org.uk/sponsorshipform. PCUK must receive the full amount of sponsorship money donated to you. Money received in sponsorship for the Fundraising should not be used to cover the cost of anything related to the Fundraising, such as cost of travel, or equipment/clothing, decorative materials.
- Should you decide to withdraw from the Fundraising, all sponsor forms and sponsor money collected must be forwarded to PCUK or, following a request from the sponsors, returned to the sponsors to the extent reasonably possible. You will contact PCUK immediately if you need to withdraw from the Fundraising.
- Participants aged under 16 must provide contact details of their parent or legal guardian, and must receive permission from that parent or guardian to receive communication from PCUK about this challenge.
- Any personal information you share on your fundraising page or in the Facebook Group or any other data sharing platform such as Strava, is at your own risk. Please make sure you update and manage your own privacy settings as you see fit.
- We ask that all participants who are part of Pancreatic Cancer UK Fundraisers Facebook group behave in a respectful, kind and considerate manner. Specific community guidelines will be made available on the Facebook page however, PCUK reserve the right to delete posts, give warnings and issue temporary or permanent bans for breaches to either the letter or spirit of the community guidelines. Or for anything else not covered above that we believe needs similar action.
- We respectfully ask that all participants do not use aggressive or abusive language towards other participants or members of the public when taking on their Fundraising. You should also avoid behaving in a way which may cause injury or physical and/or emotional harm to other participants and/or members of the public, or which may cause offence or damage the reputation of PCUK.
- We strongly encourage you to refrain from consuming alcoholic beverages and from smoking, whilst completing your Fundraising and wearing any branded PCUK garments.
HEALTH & SAFETY AND MEDICAL
- By taking part in Fundraising, you confirm that, to the best of your knowledge, your general state of health and fitness is good and that you are healthy and fit (physically and medically) enough to take on your Fundraising and any associated challenges. You acknowledge that you are taking part in any challenge at your own risk. You accept that, should any medical or physical condition arise which is likely to affect your ability to take part, you shall withdraw from Fundraising in accordance with these conditions.
- Participants take part in the Fundraising at their own risk. PCUK shall not be liable for any injury or loss to persons or their property that might occur as a result of their participation in the Fundraising. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in these Rules shall operate to exclude or limit any liability which cannot legally be excluded or limited. Participants are responsible for ensuring that they are sufficiently fit and healthy to take part in any Fundraising. Anyone unsure of their physical ability to take part in the Fundraising must seek medical advice from their doctor prior to the Fundraising.
- Participants are responsible for ensuring that they are wearing appropriate attire (including footwear) and in possession of the appropriate protections when taking part in any Fundraising, taking into account the nature of the Fundraising, the weather forecast and the terrain involved.
- Participants are responsible for ensuring that they adhere to government guidelines surrounding Covid-19 For the latest updates please visit https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus. If you have tested positive for Covid-19, or have been hospitalised due to Covid-19, you should undergo health screening with a qualified medical professional prior to taking part in the Fundraising to determine whether you are in a good state of health and fitness to participate.