The British Inspiration Trust (BRIT) invites universities, colleges, specialist colleges and Students' Unions to coordinate their own annual BRIT Challenge for their students and staff to fundraise in aid of BRIT and a second charity of their choice.
We are offering the BRIT Challenge as a UK-wide inclusive feel-good fundraiser and inviting teams to choose a second charity to raise funds for, alongside BRIT, to support local, regional and national charities.
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If every university, college, specialist college and Students' Union takes part in the annual BRIT Challenge in 2024 and reaches a £2,024 target, together they would raise almost £1million for local, regional and national charities, alongside BRIT. The collective impact their efforts would have on the charity sector has the potential to be extraordinary.
We invite every university, college, specialist college and Students' Union to register a team, encourage as many students and staff to take part in their annual BRIT Challenge fundraising activity and follow these three steps before fundraising;
Please encourage as many of your students and staff as possible to participate in your team's BRIT Challenge and fundraise in aid of BRIT and the second charity of your choice. We hope students and staff of all abilities will take part in many different ways to improve their mental health and fitness.
Fundraising Advice page. All activities are at the organisers (every university, college, specialist college or Students' Union) and participants own risk
The British Inspiration Trust (BRIT) is not responsible for organising, supervising or hosting your fundraising activities in aid of BRIT and the second charity of your choice. All activities are at the organisers and participants own risk. If you have any further questions, please contact us.
The health and the safety of all our supporters is really important to us. Please keep safe and follow the Government guidelines, including any COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, when doing any fundraising in aid of BRIT and the second charity of your choice.
For full guidelines please check the Chartered Institute of Fundraising website to ensure you are familiar with what is required of you, the fundraiser, during the COVID-19 pandemic. You may also wish to check the latest regional guidance for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
You are responsible for organising, supervising or hosting your fundraising activity or for your participation in such activity (“Activity”).
You are responsible for ensuring that your Activity does not pose a danger to yourself or others. If you have a medical condition, have concerns as to the level of your fitness, or are unused to exercise, please consult your doctor before engaging in any Activity. If you experience any health issues while undertaking any Activity, please stop and consult with a medical professional immediately. The British Inspiration Trust is not responsible for any health problems that may result from any Activity. If you engage in any Activity, you agree that you do so at your own risk and that you are voluntarily participating in such Activity.
Please be aware The British Inspiration Trust does not accept responsibility or liability for any loss or damage, or for any death or personal injury, arising out of any Activity including liability as a result of negligence (except death or personal injury caused by The British Inspiration Trust’s negligence).
SUPPORT TO LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL CHARITIES
As a collaborative charity, BRIT are delivering the BRIT Challenge as a UK-wide inclusive feel-good fundraiser and inviting teams to choose a second charity to raise funds for, alongside BRIT, to support local, regional and national charities.
You will take all reasonable precautions to protect the health and safety of all those participating in, involved with or attending your activity.
You accept that any risks arising out of your fundraising activity are your responsibility, including any liability for any injury which may occur to you, your helpers or guests.
You acknowledge that The British Inspiration Trust’s insurance policy will not cover your fundraising activity. You should always consider whether you need appropriate insurance cover for your fundraising activity. If necessary, carry out a risk assessment and make sure participants are fully briefed about the activity.
You will not do anything that threatens The British Inspiration Trust’s reputation or name. If you do, The British Inspiration Trust has the right to ask you to stop your fundraising activity immediately.
Your BRIT Challenge fund-raising activity in aid of BRIT and the second charity of your choice.
Where representatives of universities, colleges, specialist colleges or Students' Unions have registered for the BRITChallenge on behalf of their organisation, they represent and warrant that they have full authority to register on their behalf. By registering, they are informing BRIT that they are coordinating their BRIT Challenge fundraising activity in aid of BRIT and the second charity of their choice.
We are not responsible for organising your BRIT Challenge fund-raising activity. It is your responsibility to do this in conjunction with your team members and the organisation (university, college, specialist college or Students' Union) you belong to.
You are participating in your BRIT Challenge fundraising activity entirely at your own risk.
Before registering a team or fundraising as a participant, key points you must read and understand are;
KEEP IT SAFE
Every university, college, specialist college and Students' Union registering for the BRIT Challenge will have their own Team BRIT Challenge Fundraising Page.