Fundraising Disclosure Agreement

Sponsr Organization Disclosures Agreement

The Organization agrees to retain Sponsr LLC (“Company”) to provide fundraising consulting services in the form of managing sponsorship donations for the Organization. At no cost to the Organization, Sponsr is willing to perform such services, on the terms and conditions described below:

Company agrees to perform for the Organization the following services as a professional fundraising consultant. Organization is responsible to solicit donations. The Company acts as a professional fundraising consultant in compliance with Federal and State laws governing non-profit fundraising.

Services Provided

Organization sponsors will contribute based on the qualification requirements set forth to earn the donation. Company will process payments and distribute funds based on terms outlined in this agreement. The donations set forth in this agreement will be distributed to the Organization through Sponsr. Sponsors require completion of qualified lead appointments, in-person with supporters, based on the terms established for the Organization to qualify for the donation.

Company will run a campaign webpage on behalf of Organization with the express purpose for the Organization to solicit appointments during a pre-determined duration of time, clearly stated. Company is not responsible for claims, use of funds, infringements, or other grievances based on the information provided on the webpage.

Company facilitates sponsorship of the Organization by third party companies promoting their products. The views and opinions expressed during by the third-party sponsors in marketing materials, verbal announcements and claims made within do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the staff and management of Sponsr. The Company does not endorse, recommend or promote the sponsors products and is released from liability of any claims made by Sponsors representatives and agents.

Company will receive moneys from sponsorship donations until the terms are met for distribution of funds. Any donations will be contingent on completion of qualified lead presentations. Payments are made within 30 days of the campaign termination. Presentations that occurred outside the initial 30-day window of time are paid 90 days after the campaign ends.

The sponsors will pay up to between $25 and $75 per completed sales meeting about their product and can offer bonus donations for client attribution at their discretion as outlined in their sponsor profile page on Sponsr.com. The Campaign includes incentives for participation that are also funded by the sponsor, not from the donations to the organization.

The donations are made to the Organization with participant tracking done through an attribution report delivered to the Organization representative or accounting department. Supporters are tracked to individual athletes with a portion of the donation being used for individual sport expenses and the rest going to the team, organization or organization.

Mutual Indemnification

It is the express intention of the Organization and Company that Company performs the Services as a professional fundraising consultant to the Organization. Nothing in this Agreement shall in any way be construed to constitute Company as an agent, employee or representative of the Organization or the Sponsor.

Company facilitates sponsorship of the Organization by third party companies promoting their products. The claims, representations, views, and opinions expressed or implied by third-party sponsors in marketing materials and verbal communications are not the claims, representations, views, or opinions of the Company or the Company’s officers, employees, agents, and representatives. The Company does not endorse, recommend, or promote the Sponsors’ products or services.

The Company releases from any liability whatsoever and waives all rights to sue the Organization and its employees, officers, volunteers, representatives, and agents from any and all claims, including claims of negligence, resulting in any physical injury, illness (including death), or economic loss suffered, or which may result from the terms of this agreement or the relationships it creates. Furthermore, Contractor shall protect, indemnify, and hold harmless the Organization and its officers, employees, agents, volunteers, and representatives against any third party claims arising out of this agreement, out of any agreement into which Company enters with Sponsors, and/or for any liability arising from all claim, damages, or liability arising out of any of Sponsors’ representations, acts, or omissions , including but not limited to, for any products or services offered, promised, or delivered by Sponsors.

Information Confidentiality Protection

For purposes of this Agreement, "Confidential Personal Information" shall include all information that identifies an individual, including an individual’s photograph, name, address, telephone number, date of birth and e-mail address.

The Company shall hold and maintain the Confidential Personal Information for campaign participants in the strictest confidence for the sole and exclusive use during the Organization’s Sponsorship Fundraising Campaign. The Company shall not use for Company’s own benefit, publish, copy, or otherwise disclose to others, or permit the use by others for their benefit or to the detriment of Organization, any Confidential Personal Information.

The nondisclosure provisions of this Agreement shall survive the termination of any active fundraising campaigns and Company's duty to hold Confidential Personal Information in confidence shall remain in effect until the Confidential Personal Information becomes publicly known through no fault of the Company.