Ks for Kids® is a trademark of Children’s Medical Research Institute ABN 47 002 684 737 (CMRI), an ACNC registered charity. Ks for Kids fundraising activities directly support CMRI.
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Any content you post to the Site (e.g. photos, videos or comments) is your responsibility. You must ensure you have the necessary rights to post content (e.g. by obtaining permission of copyright owners or by obtaining permission to use the personal information of third parties). By posting content on the Site, you give CMRI a non-exclusive, transferable, royalty-free right to use and reproduce that content. CMRI may remove content you post or may prevent you from accessing the Site at its discretion.
Rules of Use for Site Community
You must adhere to the following rules:
a. Do not collect users’ content using automated means;
b. Do not interfere with Site functionality including by uploading viruses or other malicious code;
c. Do not bully, intimidate, or harass anyone on the Site;
d. Do not post any content on the Site that infringes or violates someone else’s rights, or otherwise violates the law, or that is discriminatory, hateful, pornographic, threatening or violent.
Your Fundraising Page
When you register as a supporter of CMRI-Jeans for Genes through Ks for Kids, you will set up an online fundraising page (‘Fundraising Page’). When setting up a Fundraising Page, a link to it will appear on the Site. You can distribute a link to your Fundraising Page to your network and use it for peer to peer fundraising. If you do not want the Site to contain a link to your Fundraising Page, notify CMRI by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 1800 436 437.
By accepting these terms and conditions, you agree to receive updates and reminders via email. You can unsubscribe by clicking on the unsubscribe link in an email we have sent you or by emailing email@example.com or phoning 1800 436 437.
If you are under 16 years of age, you must have permission from your parent or guardian to register for Ks for Kids.
Offline Fundraising and Cash Collection
The following terms and conditions apply to offline fundraising activities and cash collection boxes (Products) by the Children’s Medical Research Institute ABN 47 002 684 737 (CMRI).
If you organise and hold a fundraising event or activity in support of Ks for Kids (Event), you must inform CMRI of your intended fundraising activity and obtain authority to fundraise from CMRI. You can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you organise and hold a fundraising event or activity in support of Ks for Kids (Event), you accept all responsibility for the Event (including obtaining any permits, approvals and/or insurance required). CMRI will not have any liability in respect of any injury, damage or loss incurred in connection with your event.
Participation in Ks for Kids is open to Australian and overseas residents who are at least 16 years old who are not ineligible for entry (‘eligible person’). The following persons are ineligible for entry: any residents of the European Union subject to GDPR legislation.
You must bank all funds raised for CMRI within 30 days of your event.
Health & Safety
The participant warrants that they are not aware of any illness, injury, physical disability or impairment which may cause them injury or death during any event. If the participant has any health issues or doubts prior to or during the event, or becomes ill or is injured, the participant warrants that they will immediately cease any activities related to the event and seek appropriate professional medical advice. Children’s Medical Research Institute accepts no liability whatsoever for any ill effects experienced by the participant while performing activities related to the event.
Release, Indemnity and Liability Exclusions
The participant releases Children’s Medical Research Institute from all claims (including those arising out of negligence), loss, damage, liability, cost and expense arising out of their participation in the event and the participant indemnifies Children’s Medical Research Institute against any claim (including but not limited to those arising in negligence), loss, damage, liability, cost and expense that may be incurred or sustained by Children’s Medical Research Institute in connection with any act, matter or thing done, permitted or omitted to be done by the participant or which was in any way connected with their involvement in the event.
Nothing in these terms and conditions excludes, restricts or modifies any term, condition, warranty, guarantee, right or remedy (including but not limited to a guarantee under the Australian Consumer Law (“ACL”)) which cannot lawfully be excluded, restricted or modified.
The ACL contains guarantees that give consumers certain rights in relation to goods and services they acquire. These guarantees cannot be excluded, restricted or modified except in certain circumstances. Section 139A of the Competition and Consumer Act (2010) (Cth) (“CCA”) permits a term of a contact for the supply to a consumer of recreational services, to exclude liability of the supplier for death and personal injury arising from the failure to comply with a guarantee provided in sections 60 to 62 of the ACL. To the extent permitted by s139A of the CCA, the Participant acknowledges and agrees that Children’s Medical Research Institute excludes all liability in connection with the supply of recreational services for:
- physical or mental injury;
- the aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of a physical or mental injury;
- the contraction, aggravation or acceleration of a disease; and
- the coming into existence, the aggravation, acceleration or recurrence of any other condition, circumstance, occurrence, activity, form of behaviour, course of conduct or state of affairs in relation to an individual, that is or may be harmful or disadvantageous to the individual or community, or that may result in harm or disadvantage to the individual or community, resulting from a failure of Children’s Medical Research Institute to comply with a guarantee in sections 60-62 of the ACL. This exclusion of liability does not apply where significant personal injury is caused by the reckless conduct of Children’s Medical Research Institute in accordance with s139A of the ACL.
- The Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW) (“CLA”) permits a term of a contact for the supply of recreation services to exclude liability of the supplier for damages for harm resulting from a breach of an express or implied warranty that the services will be rendered with reasonable care and skill. To the extent permitted by law, the Participant acknowledges and agrees that Children’s Medical Research Institute excludes all liability for damages for any harm (including but not limited to personal injury or death, damage to property and economic loss and whether direct, indirect, special or consequential) from a failure to exercise reasonable care and skill, regardless of whether the claim is brought in tort (including in negligence), in contract, under statute or otherwise, where such liability results from breach of an express or implied warranty that the services will be rendered with reasonable care and skill. Except as expressly included in these terms and conditions, all implied terms, conditions, warranties, rights or other additional obligations that can be lawfully excluded are excluded from these terms and conditions.
CMRI is a registered charity and issues receipts to individuals and organisations that make payments to it. CMRI’s receipt will record the details of a payment made. You are responsible for your own income tax and using any receipt issued by CMRI appropriately if you are claiming any tax deductions. If you or your organisation have banked funds on behalf of a group and wish for individuals to receive separate receipts, you need to provide CMRI with the individuals’ contact and payment details so the donation amounts can be reconciled and appropriately receipted.
If you have made a donation in error, CMRI can provide you with a refund. Please notify us by emailing email@example.com or phoning 1800 436 437. CMRI may request some form of personal information in order to verify your identity before providing a refund.