Once your charity has signed up for Work for Good and has agreed to our terms and conditions, you agree to enter into a commercial participation agreement with any company that accepts or gives you (the agreement is incorporated into our T-C`s). What if I`m not satisfied with what I bought from the store or the work they did? When third-party fundraising sells goods or services, there must be a written agreement on the relationship between the non-profit organization and third-party fundraising (although this is not strictly required by the relevant legal acts). Professional fundraisers and business participants must also meet the following additional standards. However, it is important to keep in mind that an agreement between a charity and a business, depending on your structure, may fall under certain regulations of the Charities Act 1992 and the Fund-Raising Regulations 1994 (as amended) that apply to both the charity and the company if they are “commercial participants”. The written agreement between you and the third-party fundraiser must contain terms that define what is considered confidential information. You must have verification procedures in the agreement. You must take into account the performance of the third-party supplier in these audits and decide whether other measures are appropriate (for example. B revision of the agreement or activation of punitive clauses that may be part of the agreement). In England and Wales, you must meet this standard. The Work for Good logo is a sign of your commitment to business donations and any company that is an active member of Work for Good has permission to use it. Please use the logo as soon as you receive your first donation and show the world what you stand for.
This may include the monitoring measures described in point 7.3 (Monitoring) to verify that the number of fundraisers complies with the code. The terms of the agreement should allow you to read and, if necessary, review all relevant professional fundraising policies and procedures that are relevant to the protection of the public. This may include measures for people in precarious situations, handling of complaints and signallers, training materials and the staff code of conduct. You must have a written agreement with any paid third party fundraiser or business partner with which you work to collect donations.