(all applicants must email a copy of a current drivers licence to email@example.com)
(e.g. movie night, BBQ, market stall, birthday, hair shave etc.)?
(e.g. raffle, gold coin donation, auction etc.)?:
Everyday Hero is a fundraising website where you may create your own event page (known as a Heropage), add photos and write blogs on your event or inform your supporters of your progress. Your Heropage link can be sent to your family and friends who may donate an amount of their choice using a credit/debit card. Donations may also be made by cheque or cash but will be added to the total tally as an ’Offline’ donation. You will be able to set a target that you wish to achieve and each donation given to your event will go towards this. To create a Heropage please use the links on our fundraising page
NOTE: Everyday Hero will charge a minimum of 6.5% for processing any donation you receive on your Heropage. The net amount is then forwarded on to Kids with Cancer Foundation.
Please note that Merchandise is donated by our Supporters and at times can be limited. Once your event is confirmed Items such a A3 posters, bunting, bookmarks, brochures and balloons can be mailed to the event organiser upon confirmation of the event. T-Shirts can also be printed in-house. Lighter coloured tops work best. Please send your items to be printed to us along with a reply-paid envelope. Previous designs may be found on our Facebook page online.
ADVERTISING / NAMING INFORMATION
The foundation logo must only be used with prior approval. Please ensure the full name of the foundation is used on all promotional material you create. E.g. “Kids with Cancer Foundation” or “Kids with Cancer Foundation Australia”.
FUNDRAISING INFORMATION / ACKNOWLEDGEMENT *
Whilst all efforts are made to attend events held by our Supporters, Kids with Cancer Foundation (hereon in mentioned as KWCF) can not have representation at every event held in its name. By clicking YES below, you acknowledge that you are acting on behalf of KWCF. You acknowledge that your fundraising efforts comply with all relevant legislative and local government requirements (e.g. site rental, public liability etc.). You acknowledge that you will not exploit the position as a Community Fundraiser and/or the association with KWCF for personal gain. You acknowledge that all personal and sensitive information associated with the proposed fundraising activity will be handled in accordance with all relevant privacy legislation. You acknowledge that if your fundraiser/event is approved, you will only use merchandise as outlined or approved by KWCF . You agree not to align KWCF with any pharmaceutical or tobacco organisations in relation to the fundraising activity. You give consent for photographs or other information that you provide from the event to KWCF to be advertised on our website, in publications and social media sites. You acknowledge that your
permit, including the use of the KWCF logo will be valid for 12 months only.
FUNDRAISING REGULATION *
The below regulation relates to NSW fundraising. However, Kids with Cancer Foundation request the below as a minimum standard across the board.
Any person or business that promotes that during the course of their business they will be providing funds to a charity they are actually fundraising, and only fundraising authority holders are able to fundraise, unless that business has an agreement with an authority holder to conduct fundraising in their name.
The Fundraising Regulation in NSW state that a person who is conducting a fundraising appeal on behalf of a charity is termed a trader. For national conformity and transparency we like any trader who is fundraising in our name to comply with these NSW regulations as a minimum requirement.
The NSW regulations state that any advertising must comply with the requirements of authority conditions and include: the full name of the trader, the trader’s normal place of business, telephone number, website and email address, details of the basis on which the benefit to be received by the authority holder is to be calculated or provided (cannot be expressed as a percentage of the net proceeds or as an amount of the net proceeds) details of the benefit to be obtained by the trader the date on which the appeal will commence and the date it will end (should not be longer than 12 months).
Advertising includes internet and social media as well as any printed material that's displayed. For proper disclosure, the benefit that we receive from your fundraising will need to be shown as a percentage of the gross proceeds or a dollar amount and similarly for the benefit obtained by your business along with a start date and end date.
For proper transparency we want members of the public who participate in your fundraiser to be well informed about what amount from your fundraiser will be coming to us. With transparency they can then make an informed decision when supporting fundraiser. A simpler alternative to advertising what you intend to do, and it's much simpler, to make a donation to us and then promote that fact. In this way you're not advertising what you intend to do in future fundraising events, you're not fundraising, you're making a donation from your business. You are then able to advertise the fact that from your event/business you have given a dollar amount to Kids with Cancer Foundation, you will have a receipt & a certificate from us to display.permit, including the use of the KWCF logo will be valid for 12 months only.