JustGiving Awards 2019 – Terms and Conditions
The JustGiving Awards 2020 are operated by Giving.com Limited (trading as "JustGiving"), a company registered at WeWork, 10 York Rd, London, SE1 7ND (referred to in these terms and conditions as "we", "our", "us").
Please read these terms and conditions before nominating someone for an award, voting for a shortlisted nominee or attending the JustGiving Awards ceremony.
What are the Awards for?
JustGiving's annual awards recognise outstanding contributions to fundraising by individuals and groups who have used JustGiving. ("Awards").
As the JustGiving Awards are all about recognising amazing stories and inspiring others to fundraise, there is no monetary or similar prize for any Award.
Who can be nominated for an Award?
For all Awards, you can nominate someone (or a charity for Charity of the Year) if they have fundraised between Monday 1st July 2019 and Sunday 26th July 2020. It does not cost anything to nominate, and you can nominate as many people (including yourself) as you wish, or as many charities (including your own registered charity organisation) as you wish. But please only nominate someone where you know they will be happy to be nominated and will not object to you providing their information to us.
What do I need to include in my nomination?
All nominations must be received by midnight on Sunday 28th June 2020 and include your name and email address so that we can get in touch with you if the person you have nominated is shortlisted. You also need to tell us the nominee's name and the URL of their JustGiving page so that we can identify them, and to explain (in up to 500 characters) why they should win the Award for which you're nominating them. Nominations that are incomplete or exceed the stated word limit cannot be accepted.
We reserve the right to verify the validity of nominations and to disqualify your nomination without notice if you tamper with the nomination process or do not comply with these terms and conditions. We do not accept any responsibility for loss of, or damage to, any nomination (including any failure to receive or transmit any nomination due to internet or website issues).
How will we decide who to shortlist?
All nominations received will be screened by a team of our staff. The shortlisting process is at our complete discretion. In general, we will be looking for outstanding examples of fundraising that have clear objectives, creative and effective implementation and tangible, demonstrable results. We will also consider the structure, presentation and clarity of each nomination, and we will shortlist three nominations in each category to be put forward to the public vote. We reserve the right to change the number of shortlist nominations and to alter the title and/or number of categories at any time in our sole discretion.
How does the voting process work?
For all Awards except Charity of the Year, all shortlisted nominations will be opened up to a public vote on JustGiving from a date that will be published no later than one month prior that the voting period. You will have the opportunity to make one vote in each category. Voting closes at midnight on Sunday, 13th September 2020.
The winner of each Award will be the person or charity with the highest number of valid votes by the relevant closing date. Votes that are not submitted through the official voting form will not be counted.
How will my nomination or vote be used?
By making a nomination, you understand and accept that your name, your nominee's name and the content of your nomination may be made public or used in the media, or in case studies of winners or shortlisted nominees. You are free to mark any information or sensitive parts of the nomination as 'Not for publication' and we will respect this. If you have been nominated for an Award and do not wish to be a nominee or for your information to be made public, please contact us and we will remove your name and page from the list of nominees.
If you submit a nomination or vote for an Award, we will keep in touch with you about the progress of the Awards process. If you do not want to receive these updates, you will be able to opt out of receiving them.
When is the Awards Ceremony?
Awards will be given during a celebration in London, on a date to be published no later than Sunday 31st May 2020 ("Awards Ceremony"). All shortlisted nominees will be invited to attend the Awards Ceremony. Winners will receive their Award at the Awards Ceremony or, if a winner is not able to attend the Awards Ceremony, we will send the Award to them. We reserve the right to refuse entry to the Awards Ceremony to any individual or group in our sole discretion.
CCTV and film cameras may be present at and around the Awards Ceremony; this includes filming by the police or security staff carried out for the security of visitors, and filming and/or photography by us or people that work for us. By attending the Awards Ceremony, you give your express and irrevocable consent to all such filming and to your actual or simulated likeness being included within any film, photograph, audio and/or audiovisual recording ("Footage"), all rights in which will be owned by us.
You also agree that we may use any such Footage in any and all media for any purpose at any time throughout the world, including (with the exception of CCTV or security Footage) for commercial purposes, such as merchandising, streaming or DVDs, without payment or compensation to you.
Other important stuff
A full list of Award winners will be made available shortly after the Awards Ceremony. Our decisions are final and no other correspondence or discussion will be entered into regarding the selection of shortlisted nominations or winners.
You agree to release us and our parent company, subsidiaries, affiliates, divisions, agents and employees from (and each of the foregoing parties disclaims), to the fullest extent permitted by law, any and all liability and claims for damages or losses arising out of, or in connection with the Awards, including your participation in the nomination process and the Awards Ceremony.
Whilst we shall use reasonable endeavours to ensure that the Awards run smoothly, we disclaim all liability to any person for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or exemplary damages, including but not limited to any claims, actions or demands arising in any way out of, or in connection with the Awards, including the nomination process and the Awards Ceremony, to the fullest extent permissible by law.
We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time, including to change any of the dates or Award categories stated above and to cancel the Awards Ceremony or change the venue at any time and without liability to any party. These terms and conditions are governed by the law of England.
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JustGiving Awards 2019 – Terms and Conditions