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Community Fundraising Terms and Conditions

The Cancer Research Institute welcomes the participation of members of the community in hosting independent fundraising events and programs to benefit the Institute’s work. Community fundraisers must agree to the following terms and conditions.

  1. Events organized by independent fundraisers must identify the Cancer Research Institute as the beneficiary of the event and not the sponsor.
  2. CRI does not sponsor or endorse any product or service, and the use of the CRI logo and tagline does not validate, suggest, or imply any sponsorship or endorsement of a commercial product or service by the Cancer Research Institute.
  3. Community fundraisers must agree to hold the Cancer Research Institute harmless and to defend and indemnify the Institute, its trustees, officers, employees, and agents against any and all losses, expenses, liabilities, or damages, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses, arising out of or relate to the event or its promotion, planning, or execution.
  4. Community fundraisers cannot serve as agents for the Cancer Research Institute and cannot enter into any contract or commitment on behalf of the Cancer Research Institute or otherwise act on the Institute’s behalf.
  5. The Cancer Research Institute cannot provide funding for expenses related to community fundraising events. All costs or risks that arise out of community fundraising activities are the responsibility of the community fundraiser(s), including liabilities for injury or loss that may occur to the community fundraiser or related party(ies).
  6. All proceeds generated by any community fundraising event must be paid to Cancer Research Institute in a timely manner and without event-related expenses deducted.
  7. Any use of the Cancer Research Institute name, logo and tagline must be in accordance with the Institute’s policies, principles, and standards.

a. The logo and tagline shall not appear in conjunction with the seal of any other not-for-profit organization, or any symbol likely to confuse the purchasing public by instilling a belief that it constitutes a symbol of quality, or quality certification.

b. The logo and tagline shall be legible and shall not be altered in any manner.

c. The logo and tagline may only be used in advertising approved by the Cancer Research Institute.