"The Breck Foundation sessions were our highest scoring sessions, both for overall marks and in terms of giving people actionable advice"
- A global financial services
Breck Foundation corporate partner
“I learned from the Breck Foundation what the word grooming meant and what impact it can have on people who are affected by it.”
- Kai, age 11.
“I learned all the signs of grooming and I think it was very helpful as I can tell my friends outside of school about it and feel safer. It was scary but I know how to be aware of it now.”
Year 6 pupil.
By donating £5 a month you can protect a whole class of primary school children with online safety lessons
Third party events terms and conditions
Thank you for joining #TeamBreck!
As someone taking part in a fundraising activity, you agree to the following terms and conditions:
Safety, fitness and injury:
Before registering for this event, please make sure you feel able to take part health-wise; we recommend checking in with a doctor if you’re not certain. If you have any medical conditions that might affect your taking part, or if something crops up after you’ve signed up, let the event organisers know so they can find the best way to assist you.
Your safety is of absolute importance to us. Make sure you follow all safety instructions and training procedures when taking part in events.
Breck Foundation, its employees, agents and volunteers can accept no liability to people taking part or those cheering you on when it comes to any loss, damage or personal injury occurring during your event. This excludes any personal injury (including death) caused by our negligence. Something else to bear in mind is that we can’t accept responsibility for any damage, injury or loss that might occur through your own negligence.
Please be sure to read any terms and conditions issued by the event organisers and make sure to abide by all the advice to ensure you enjoy a safe and fun event.
For some events, a minimum age for participation is in place. Please refer to the event organiser’s guidance on this.
For all events, anyone taking part under 18 years old will need parental consent. It’s up to parents and guardians to decide if the event is appropriate for their child; feel free to contact the event organiser for more information if you’re not sure.
We do reserve the right to stop people from taking part in an event if someone under 18 is not able to show they have consent from their parents or guardian.
Registration and fundraising:
Registration fees are non-refundable
Those who are taking part for Breck Foundation through a guaranteed charity place must agree to raise at least the minimum fundraising target for your event. You have until six weeks after the event day to gather those last-minute donations and to reach your target.
You must ensure you are fundraising legally and safely.
Unfortunately, we can’t include the amount raised through Gift Aid when figuring out whether you’ve reached your minimum fundraising target. However, this money is still very important to the charity and the people we help, so we hope you will encourage your supporters to Gift Aid their donations where possible. Please get in touch if you’d like more information about Gift Aid.
Images and audio:
Any photographss, video, audio or quotes taken by us on the event day may be used by Breck Foundation to inspire future fundraisers and promote our events.
If you don’t want to be in any photographs or videos or to be quoted in any way, that’s absolutely fine, just let us know by emailing email@example.com