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FINANCE

The percentage of proceeds that are to be donated to Survival from your fundraising event must be clearly indicated on your event publicity and/or tickets. Survival’s registered charity number is 267444.

PERMITS & LICENCES

Permits or licences are required for the following activities: raising money by selling goods in public places and house-to-house collections. If you are part of a larger event, the event organisers should have already granted licences.

Please contact your local authority for further information.

PUBLICITY

Get permission. When advertising your fundraising event you must ask permission and consult the appropriate authorities/interested parties before putting up signs or posters. Remember, any printed materials that include Survival’s logo need to be approved by Survival. This is to ensure all relevant copyright regulations have been met. Contact Survival for assistance.

DISCLAIMER

Any liability that results from the misadministration of a fundraising event rests with the organiser(s) of the event. Survival is not responsible for any injury or loss to any participants or their property during the event.

You are responsible for documenting any risk assessment for all your proposed activities and contacting the necessary authorities.

SAFETY

Before you confirm the venue for your fundraising event, consult the Health and Safety Executive at:

www.hse.gov.uk or call 08701 545500.

This will ensure that all regulations have been met. These include: fire precautions, accessibility (traffic disruptions), and first aid requirements.

The authorities should advise you to take out insurance if necessary.

We also suggest you send the authorities a schedule of your event to make sure all the activities have been approved.

‘A danger foreseen is half-avoided.’

Cheyenne proverb

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