Terms and conditions of entry
The Blackbaud Digital Fundraising Awards are organised by Blackbaud Europe and UK Fundraising.
- There is no charge to enter the awards.
- Entry into the Awards is deemed to be acceptance of these terms and conditions.
- The judges' decision is final.
- All entries must be submitted online by 17.00 on Friday 24 August 2012.
- You can enter or nominate for more than one category, but an organisation may only make one entry for each category.
- You can nominate other organisations or nominate your own. We shall only accept nominations on behalf of others if we can contact them and confirm that they wish to be nominated.
- The panel of judges will select a shortlist of finalists for each category from the entries submitted by the closing date.
- These shortlists will then be opened for public vote which will close on 5 October 2012.
- The winners will be announced at an informal ceremony in central London on 9 October 2012 to which shortlisted candidates will be invited.
- The judges’ decision is final and there will be no appeals.
- All Award winners will be asked to take part in promotional activity. By submitting your entry you are giving your permission to Blackbaud Europe and UK Fundraising to use the details of your entry in future promotion of the Blackbaud Digital Fundraising Awards. Organisations nominated by others will be asked to give their permission for this in order to qualify for entry.
- Blackbaud Europe and UK Fundraising employees and those connected with organising the Awards are not eligible for entry or nomination.
- Blackbaud Europe and UK Fundraising do not accept responsibility for entries that might be lost, delayed or undelivered for any reason.
- Proof of delivery of entry is not proof of receipt.
- Blackbaud Europe and UK Fundraising reserve the right at any time to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, any categories or all the Awards, with or without prior notice due to reasons outside its control.
- Blackbaud Europe and UK Fundraising shall not be liable for any failure to comply with their obligations where the failure is caused by an event or act outside its reasonable control.