Thank you for choosing to fundraise ‘in aid of’ Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research, the money you raise will help us to find new and improved treatments for children with cancer.
When you choose to fundraise for Kidscan there are certain rules and regulations the charity and you must follow which are outlined by the fundraising regulator. Inline with those regulations, this agreement aims to highlight the relationship between the charity and you as a fundraiser, in order to achieve the best possible outcome from your fundraising activities.
If you are an ‘in aid of’ fundraiser taking on an event or challenge organised by Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research you will also need to be aware of the additional guidance laid out here.
We want to thank you again for choosing to fundraise for Kidscan and should you have any queries please contact us and one of our team will be more than happy to help.
If you are under 18, please show this page to your parent of guardian, and ask them to register on your behalf.
An ‘in aid of’ fundraiser is defined by the fundraising regulator as an “in aid of’ volunteer. They outline that:
‘A volunteer acting in aid of an organisation should have no authority to act in its name, and it should be clear that the volunteer is simply raising funds for the organisation but acting in his or her own capacity. An organisation will not then generally be responsible for the volunteer’s acts.’
Inline with this guidance, by choosing to raise money in aid of Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research you agree that:
The team at Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research are proud of the support that we provide to our ‘in aid of’ fundraisers. We promise that we will:
Kidscan may also agree to provide you with merchandise such as pin badges & wristbands or collection pots to aid your fundraising activities, although this is not guaranteed.
As an ‘in aid of’ fundraiser you are responsible for organising all aspects of your fundraising activity. Before your event please plan a budget as Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research cannot be held responsible for any costs, taxes or expenses incurred or arising in connections with your fundraising activity. If relevant your budget should include any prizes and giveaways as Kidscan cannot help with this aspect of your fundraising.
You must also seek approval from Kidscan to deduct any expenses from monies raised, prior to the activity taking place.
As an ‘in aid of’ fundraiser it is your responsibility to keep your fundraising safe and legal. You agree to:
As an ‘in aid of’ fundraiser, the promotion of your activity is your responsibility. Kidscan may choose to interact with you on social media and add coverage of your fundraiser to our platforms, however this is not guaranteed.
Kidscan can provide you with our bespoke ‘in aid of’ logo to help support your fundraising activities and to help you define your fundraising activity from our own
As in ‘in aid of’ fundraiser you agree to;
Should you need to cancel an event you must inform Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research straight away. All money raised to date, should be returned to supporters or transferred to Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research should the support wish you to do so.
As an ‘in aid of’ fundraiser you agree:
As an ‘in aid of’ fundraiser you are responsible for processing all monies raised from your activity. If you are handling offline sponsorship money or money raised, please ensure your comply with our cash handling policy by:
Take appropriate steps to ensure that all money raised is recorded accurately and safely transferred to Kidscan Children’s Cancer Research, within 4 weeks of your fundraising activity taking place.
Details of how to pay in funds to Kidscan can be found at www.kidscan.org.uk/donate