Threshold Fundraising Agreement for Events

  1. Every fundraising event must be run in accordance with all applicable laws. It is the sole responsibility of the Event Organiser(s) to ensure that the event complies with all respects of the law and with applicable requirements of Threshold. 
  1. Approval to repeat an event must be requested from Threshold. 
  1. Threshold will assist with your event only by way of offering advice and guidance. The overall running of the event, including expenses, promotion, insurance, record-keeping and management is your responsibility. 
  1. Threshold insurance does not extend to external fundraising events – we would advise that prior to your event you must seek independent insurance advice. 
  1. Please contact your local Garda station for guidance on any legal permits that you may require for your event. 
  1. If you are holding a raffle where the sale of tickets is to the general public, outside of guests you may have at your event, you should contact your Garda Station to obtain a permit. 
  1. Door-to-door calls are not permitted. 
  1. Regarding the sale of CDs, books, calendars and other similar items, ALL requests for same must have prior approval from Threshold. Please contact Threshold directly. 
  1. Marketing and PR. Threshold cannot provide Direct Marketing and PR for your event. We may be able to share on some social media platforms and on our website. 
  1. You must advise Threshold of any changes to the details of your event provided on this form prior to the event taking place. 
  1. You must treat everyone you encounter in your role as a fundraising volunteer with respect and dignity. Harassment or discrimination of any kind on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, age, disability or sexual orientation will not be tolerated. 

Authority to fundraise for Threshold: 

You must: 

  1. Be 18 years or over (if under 18 years of age, you will need permission from a parent / guardian) 
  1. Complete the application form prior to the event. 
  1. Please do not advertise this event until you have received approval from Threshold. 

Use of Threshold Name and Logos: 

  1. The name of your event must not have Threshold in the title. The event may only use Threshold name and logo to advise that the event will benefit Threshold. To this end Threshold are only a beneficiary of the event. For example, “Title of Event” to benefit Threshold or in aid of Threshold. 
  1. Prior approval must be obtained from Threshold for any printed materials, media publications or advertisements associated with the event. 
  1. You must contact Threshold prior to the event to gain approval for the use of the Threshold Logo. If approval is given by Threshold, we will provide the appropriate version of the logo and brand guidelines. Please note that our logo must not be copied from other sources. 

Cash Handling and Banking 

  1. In your own interest and to adhere to auditor requirements, it is required that all net proceeds from the event must be submitted to Threshold within 30 days of completion of the event. 
  1. You may donate the funds online, at the bank, or to the Threshold office. It is considered best practice under the Charities Act 2009 to submit a record of income and expenditure related to the event with your return. 
  1. If you are using a Threshold official collection box or handheld fundraising box, you must return this unopened and with any seal unbroken. Threshold will count the monies and inform you of the total collected. 

Permits and Insurance 

Please note that it is obligation of the Event Organiser to obtain all the necessary permits associated with the event. It is the responsibility of the Event Organiser to seek independent or prudent advice regarding any insurances that may be required to hold the event. 


To the fullest extent allowed by law, the Event Organisers agree to: 

  • Release Threshold from claims and demands of any kind arising from or related, directly or indirectly, to the fundraising event and 
  • Indemnify and hold harmless Threshold from any and all liability resulting from loss, damage or injury of any kind and in any way connected, directly or indirectly, with the fundraising event 

If, in the sole opinion of Threshold, an Event Organiser does not, in advance of the event, obtain necessary or prudent insurance cover and/or any required permit for the event (from Threshold or from any other person), Threshold reserves the right to withdraw or decline any association with the event, without giving prior notice to the Event Organiser. If that happens, Threshold may also publicise the fact that Threshold is not in any way associated with or endorsing the event. 

Threshold insurance does not apply to the fundraising event. In particular, it does not cover loss, damage or harm to any person organising, assisting with or participating in the fundraising event or to the property of any such person or any other person. 

Whether the fundraising event involves use of public parks, public areas or private property, Threshold does not accept any responsibility for any damage that may arise from or be caused (directly or indirectly) by such fundraising event. We recommend strongly that Event Organisers seek independent insurance advice prior to organising an event. 

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