Garden Parties Term and Conditions 2020
By registering your Garden Party with the Garden to Table Trust (GTT) you (the Registered Host) acknowledge and agree to be bound by the following terms:
The Garden to Table Campaign
The purpose of the GTT Garden Parties campaign is for Registered Hosts to raise money for GTT by hosting a Garden Party.
The Registered Host agrees to take part in the Garden to Table Garden Parties (GTT Garden Parties) campaign run by GTT on these terms and conditions (as may be amended by GTT from time to time) and any other terms relating to the GTT Garden Parties campaign as notified to you by GTT from time to time.
The GTT Garden Parties campaign will run for the period between 01 March 2020 and 31 March 2020 (the Term). By registering for the GTT Garden Parties campaign, a Registered Host is entitled to host a Garden Party in connection with the GTT Garden Parties campaign during the Term.
The Registered Host is only entitled to participate in the GTT Garden Parties campaign for the GTT Term in the year in which they registered. For the avoidance of doubt, a Registered Host will need to re-register each year that it wishes to participate in the GTT Garden Parties campaign.
GTT will make available some trade marks and logos and other intellectual property to enable the Registered Host to promote their GTT Garden Party.
The Registered Host acknowledges and agrees that no right, title or interest in or to the trade marks, logos or any intellectual property of GTT is extended to or conveyed to the Registered Host as a result of the Registered Host’s participation in the GTT Garden Parties campaign, except as strictly necessary for the Registered Host to participate in the GTT Garden Parties campaign.
The Registered Host acknowledges and agrees that it is not a sponsor of the GTT Garden Parties campaign or GTT and cannot hold themselves out or expressly refer to themselves as an official sponsor of either GTT or the GTT Garden Parties campaign in any material including any promotional materials prepared for the GTT Garden Parties campaign. However, during the GTT Garden Parties Term, the Registered Host may promote themselves as “A Garden to Table Garden Parties Host”.
Upon the expiry of the Term or the withdrawal by GTT of the participation rights of a Registered Host, the Registered Host must immediately cease using the trade marks, logos and any intellectual property of GTT. For the avoidance of doubt, this will include the removal all advertising materials relating to the GTT Garden Parties campaign and references to an association with GTT.
Registered Hosts may be eligible to be awarded prizes or rewards (“Prizes”) by participating in the GTT Garden Parties campaign. Only Registered Hosts that are individuals (and not organisations) will be eligible to be awarded a Prize.
Prizes will be awarded at the sole discretion of GTT. Prize winners will be selected based on the amount of funds raised and any other criteria GTT may consider relevant. GTT reserves the right to select Prize winners in its sole discretion and without giving reasons. All decisions of GTT in relation to awarding Prizes are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
The Registered Host must pay the funds raised during the GTT Garden Parties campaign to GTT no later than 31 May 2020. Funds can be paid through the Give a Little website (https://givealittle.co.nz/event/gttgardenparties) or by direct debit to the GTT bank account. We will send you a separate email with all the information you need to transfer your funds to us. Receipts for these funds will be sent to the email and to the individual named when the funds are paid across to GTT.
The GTT may withdraw the participation rights of a Registered Host at its sole discretion. The Registered Host may withdraw from hosting by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to register for the GTT Garden Parties campaign, the Registered Host will be asked to provide the contact information of an individual representative. GTT, the Registered Host and the individual representative must comply with the Privacy Act 1993 (New Zealand) at all times. The Registered Host will ensure that the individual representative is aware of and consents to the disclosure of personal information to third parties in connection with the GTT Garden Parties campaign.
GTT will recognise the rights of persons under the Privacy Act 1993 (New Zealand) to access and request the correction of any personal information which GTT holds about them.
To the extent permitted by law, GTT shall not be liable for indirect, special, incidental or consequential loss, cost or damage of any kind relating to any personal injury, damage to property or financial losses that may occur as a result of the Registered Host participating in the GTT Garden Parties campaign.