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Terms & Conditions of Big Cake Bake
Big Cake Bake 2012
Terms and Conditions
As a Big Cake Bake registered host, you must adhere to the following terms and conditions.  Failure to conduct third party fundraising activities in accordance with these terms and conditions may result in you being de-registered as a Big Cake Bake host and prevented from conducting further third-party fundraising activities on behalf of Australian Red Cross;
“We/Australian Red Cross/Red Cross” refers to Australian Red Cross. Address: 155 Pelham Street, Carlton VIC 3053, Phone: 03 9345 1800, Website: www.redcross.org.au. Charity Mail Number: 10100009
 “Big Cake Bake” refers to an Australian Red Cross fundraising event. 
“Event” includes a Big Cake Bake or other third-party fundraising activity. 
“You” means the person who registers to host a Big Cake Bake fundraising event.
“Host/Hosting” refers to the act of holding an event with the intention of raising funds for Red Cross.
“Register/registering/registered” refers to completing the Big Cake Bake registration form either on paper and returning it by mail or email, or by registering as a Host over the telephone or online at www.bigcakebake.org.au
“Registered host” refers to a person who has completed in full the Big Cake Bake registration form, and returned it to Australian Red Cross by post or email; who has completed the registration form online at www.bigcakebake.org.au, or who has provided their details to Red Cross over the telephone.
“Supporter” refers to a person who agrees to help a registered host with their event, either financially or in kind. 
1.) You must be a Registered Host in order to conduct a third-party fundraising activity as part of Big Cake Bake. This is required by charitable fundraising legislation in all States and Territories in Australia.
2.) Registrations can be made via phone 1800 652 635, post Reply Paid 84694/GPO Box 4343, Melbourne VIC 8060, email bigcakebake@redcross.org.au or website www.bigcakebake.org.au
3.) http://www.bigcakegake.org.au (bigcakebake.gofundraise.com.au) is owned and operated by Red Cross. 
4.) Red Cross manages Big Cake Bake on behalf of all state-based Red Cross offices and branches.
5.) Red Cross will not accept registrations from people residing in or accessing www.bigcakebake.org.au from a country other than Australia.
6.) People residing outside Australia can make online donations or sponsor a friend in Australia who is taking part in Big Cake Bake. All donations will be accepted if in collaboration with supporting a Big Cake Bake event.
7.) The person whose name appears on the registration form will be the Event Host (“Registered Host”) which makes them solely accountable for managing the Event in an appropriate and responsible way. This includes deciding on the Event date, venue, fundraising activity and any associated costs in running the Event.
8.) Registered Hosts, agree to pay all costs involved with running your Event. Event costs are at the discretion of the Registered Host. Red Cross will not reimburse any person for any Event-associated costs. 
9.) Red Cross accepts no responsibility for any food related accidents or injuries that may occur during an Event including food allergies, adverse reactions, food poisoning, anaphylaxis, other illnesses or sickness caused by food products and/or their preparation, storage, handing, presentation or consumption. 
10.) Red Cross accepts no responsibility for any loss, liability or injury, occupational, health, safety and welfare claims arising from any Event. It is the responsibility of the Registered Host to ensure the safety of the themselves and any attendees of their Event, including and providing first aid services if they are needed. Registered Hosts are responsible for obtaining and maintaining any appropriate insurance for their Event, including public liability insurance.
11.) Red Cross’ public liability insurance does not cover people who choose to fundraise on our behalf. We are not liable for assessing or managing any risks of fundraising activities or Events run by external parties.
12.) Registered Hosts need to comply with any obligations in the Charitable Fundraising Act and/or any regulations in your State or Territory. You are also responsible for organising any permits, licenses, insurance or authority to fundraise where necessary. This information will be available from your state government or local council (see clause 13 for gaming information).
13.) For all gaming, racing, licensing, promotional and fundraising requirements, please check legislation by contacting your nearest office:
Department of Gaming and Fair Trading
PH: 02 6207 0065
Department of Liquor and Gambling
PH: 08 8226 8500
Department of Gaming and Racing
(Office of Charities)
Department if Liquor and Gaming
PH: 03 6233 3468
Territory Business Centre
08 8999 1332
Victorian Commission for Gambling Regulation
PH: 03 9651 3630
Department of Treasury
Office of Gaming and Racing
Office of Racing, Gaming and Liquor
PH: 08 9425 1888
14.) The Registered Host must securely keep all the money raised by the Event. Full records of the amount raised, along with the money, need to be securely deposited into the Red Cross bank account within 28 days of the Event. All ,monies raised for Big Cake Bake must be deposited into the Red Cross bank account by Sunday, 30th September 2012 (see Big Cake Bake Questions for baking details)..
15.) You are not allowed to approach the general public with door to door, street or telephone collections as part of your fundraising activity.
16.) Registered Hosts acknowledge and agree that the Red Cross emblem – a Red Cross on a white background – is a symbol of protection (protective use) and of membership of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (indicative use). In times of armed conflict it is the visible sign of the protection conferred by the Geneva Conventions on the victims and on those who come to their aid; in peacetime it shows that a person or object is linked to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, of which the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is the founding body. Hence, the emblem is also a symbol of the Movement's seven Fundamental Principles: humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.
17.) Registered Hosts or Supporters must not use the Red Cross logo or Red Cross emblem to advertise or conduct the Event except in accordance with the materials (if any) provided to you by Red Cross.  Unauthorised use of the Red Cross emblem may constitute a criminal offence under the Geneva Conventions Act 1957.  You must not do anything which might bring Red Cross, the Red Cross emblem, or the Red Cross Red Crescent movement into disrepute, or which might tarnish the prestige or reduce respect for the Red Cross emblem.  For more information on the Red Cross emblem, please visit www.redcross.org.au.   
18.) If you are under 16 years of age, you must have the express permission of your parent or guardian before undertaking any fundraising activities or hosting an Event.
19.) If you, as the Registered Host, have any previous criminal convictions, you need to tell us about them when you register.  Although any prior convictions won’t automatically prevent you from being able to organise an activity for us, they will be taken into account where relevant, for the purposes of accessing the suitability of the Event and yourself as the Registered Host.  Failure to notify us of any previous criminal convictions may result in further investigation towards yourself and your fundraising activity or refusal for authority to fundraise on Red Cross’ behalf.
20.) You agree to release Red Cross to the fullest extent permissible under law for all claims and demands of any kind associated with the activity, and indemnify Red Cross for all liability or costs that may arise in respect to any damage, loss or injury occurring to any person in any way associated with the activity caused by your breach of these responsibilities or negligence.
21.) If there is a likelihood of you not meeting any of these responsibilities, we reserve the right to withdraw your authority to organise an activity at any time.
22.) We may amend these Terms and Conditions at any time during the campaign period. Upon amending Terms and Conditions we will re-post them on www.bigcakebake.org.au. Hosts will be bound by the amended Terms and Conditions from that time. Any changes to the Promotion and/or Terms and Conditions relating to the Big Cake Bake promotion (including prize variations, cancellation or suspension of your promotion), is subject to the approval of all relevant State and Territory Lottery Departments.
23.) Upon entering www.bigcakebake.org.au you have accepted and must comply with the Terms and Conditions, notices, disclaimers and intellectual property on the website. Your use of and/or continued access to the website constitutes your agreement to the Terms and Conditions.
24.) The website www.bigcakebake.org.au is run by Red Cross for this event only. Content may change but it will remain a dedicated site for Big Cake Bake fundraising only.
25.) All names, logos and trademarks are the property of either Red Cross or third parties engaged and contracted by us (Litterini+Clark Pty Ltd) who have contributed to the website. Use of logos, trademarks, graphics, images or names is prohibited. Written agreement by Red Cross must be given in order to use an intellectual property on www.bigcakebake.org.au
26.) All names, photographs and content that are related to celebrity endorsements (Kate Ritchie, Chris Bath, Adrian Richardson, Marion Grasby) are the property of the celebrity, their talent agent or Red Cross. Use of photographs, names and content is prohibited. Written agreement by Red Cross must be given in order to use any of the intellectual property on www.bigcakebake.org.au
27.) The content of www.bigcakebake.org.au such as text, graphics, images and names (“Material”) is protected by Australian copyright law. Unauthorised use of the Material may violate these copyright laws.
28.) Red Cross does not warrant that www.bigcakebake.org.au will operate error-free, nor that its servers are free of computer viruses and other harmful data or code components. Nor do we warrant that it will be able to prevent any illegal, harmful or inappropriate use, modification or alteration of content. If your use of the website results in the need for servicing or replacing equipment or data, Red Cross cannot be held liable for any associated costs.
29.) Big Cake Bake promotional period (“Promotional Period”) will run between Monday, 14th May 2012 and Sunday, 30th September 2012.
30.) Big Cake Bake official Event date is Monday, 27th August 2012.
31.) Registered Hosts can run events any time between Wednesday, 1st August 2012 and Friday, 31st August 2012 (“Promotional Campaign’).
32.) Any agreements to purchase products from a Big Cake Bake Host or Supporter during an Event is an agreement between the buyer and the Registered Host or Supporter. Red Cross takes no responsibility over the quality, safety or legality of the products being sold or exchanged during an Event. At no time may Red Cross be held liable for any damages, losses, injuries or risks that might occur as a result of products sold or exchanged during an Event. 
33.) Any issues arising from the selling of foods prepared for Big Cake Bake events, including and not limited to poorly prepared foods, food poisoning, food storage and handling and customer satisfaction are beyond the control of Red Cross and, as such, we cannot accept any liability to any person for loss or injury suffered as a result of, or in connection with such issues.
34.) The website may contain embedded hyperlinks or referral buttons to websites operated by third parties or their licensees or contractors (“Advertisers”). Any claims by Advertisers are not recommendations or endorsements by us or a list of third party advertisers endorsed by Red Cross.
35.) The website contains hyperlinks and other pointers to internet websites operated by third parties (“Linked Sites”). The Linked Sites are not under our control and we are not responsible for the content of any Linked Site or any hyperlink contained in a Linked Site.
36.) Linked Sites that we are endorsing for Big Cake Bake include: Facebook; Google; Twitter; Linked In; You Tube. Other Linked Sites that appear on www.bigcakebake.org.au might not be endorsed or authorised by Red Cross.
37.) Your use of a Linked Site is subject to the Terms and Conditions of that site in addition to the Terms and Conditions of www.bigcakebake.org.au
38.) Red Cross does not and cannot be involved in your interaction with Linked Sites and Advertisers, in the event that you have a dispute with one or more Linked Sites or Advertisers, to the extent permitted by law, Red Cross is exempt from liability for any claims, demands or damages arising out of or in any way connected with online disputes.
39.) Registered Hosts must comply with the Red Cross Privacy Policy (see Privacy Policy) when collecting personal information as part of conducting an Event. 


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    Administration fee of 6% $1.80
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    Credit card processing fee 1.1% $0.33
    Credit card fee per transaction $0.20
    Total fees $2.51
    Donation to charity $27.49
    Charity Reclaim GST $0.18
    Total Net Amount To Charity $27.67
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Authorisation to Fundraise

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Fundraising face-to-face

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Code of Conduct & Fundraising Guidelines

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Limitation of liability and indemnity by User

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    2. the representations or activities of a User on or through the Platform, whether acting with or without the authorisation of a Beneficiary; or
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  1. A party notifying or giving notice to GoFundraise under these Terms must do so by notice:
    1. in writing;
    2. addressed to GoFundraise at the address set out at the beginning of these Terms; and
    3. left at or sent by prepaid post, facsimile or email to that address.
  2. A notice given in accordance with clause 33 above, will be deemed received:
    1. on the date of delivery, if left at the recipient’s address;
    2. Five days after the date of posting if sent by prepaid post; and
    3. if sent by facsimile, when the sender’s facsimile system generates a message confirming successful transmission of the total number of pages of the notice unless, within eight business hours after that transmission, the recipient informs the sender that it has not received the entire notice; and
    4. if sent by email, on the day the email is sent (as long as the sender has not received a delivery failure message in relation to that email).


  1. The laws of New South Wales and the Commonwealth of Australia (as applicable) govern these Terms and Conditions.


  1. Clauses 15, 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32 survive termination or expiry of these Terms as between GoFundraise and the User.


  1. These Terms and Conditions and the GoFundraise Privacy Policy constitute the entire understanding and agreement between the User and GoFundraise and supersede any and all prior oral or written communication on the subject matter contained in them.
  2. If any provision in these Terms and Conditions is held invalid, then such provision (to the extent it is invalid) is deemed severed from these Terms and Conditions and the remainder will not be affected.

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