1. All third-party fundraisers for United Way of Southeastern Connecticut require a completed application, including signed acknowledgement of guidelines.
2. All expenses are the responsibility of the third-party fundraiser organizer; United Way is not responsible for any expenses incurred in a third-party fundraising activity.
3. The third-party fundraiser organizer is responsible for the planning and execution of the event, including safety precautions and adherence to applicable laws and regulations. As the beneficiary of a fundraiser, United Way does not accept or assume any liability associated with the event, including but not limited to any injuries sustained by event volunteers or participants during the event. The third-party fundraiser organizer will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, its directors, officers, and employees and volunteers from any and all claims that may arise out of or relate to such event.
4. The third-party fundraiser organizer is responsible for obtaining all applicable permits or licenses, including but not limited to alcohol, raffle, and sales tax licenses.
5. United Way does not provide donor or supporter information for solicitation purposes.
6. United Way does not participate in ticket sales or other administrative responsibilities as they relate to the third-party fundraiser; the third-party fundraiser organizer is responsible for all components of tickets sales to the event, if applicable.
7. Use of United Way of Southeastern Connecticut name and logo must be approved before any materials are printed, posted, or distributed. All materials must clearly state and publicize that United Way is the beneficiary, not the fundraiser organizer, sponsor, or host. We require that the portion of the ticket price or percentage of net proceeds that will be donated to the United Way must be clearly stated on all marketing materials.