Anish Kapoor Raffle - Terms and Conditions These terms and conditions apply to the Cure3 Exhibition Prize Draw 2020. Promoter: The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, a registered charity in England and Wales (1111816) and Scotland (SCO44368) and a company limited by guarantee - company number 5539974. The Cure3 Exhibition 2020 raffle is licensed by the Gambling Commission under the 2005 Gambling Act. Name of Responsible Person: Helen Matthews, The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, 120 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 6XX Terms and Conditions: Cure3 Exhibition Prize Draw 2020: Tickets are not to be sold to, sold by, or bought on behalf of anyone under 16 years of age. Any tickets bought by or on behalf of somebody under the age of 16 will be rejected from the draw and the money returned to them. The Cure Parkinson’s Trust Raffle is open to residents of mainland Great Britain only (this excludes Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and Channel Islands). Agencies or other companies that have any connection with the production of the Raffle, as well as relatives of such persons, are unable to enter the Raffle. The named license holder is also ineligible to enter. Participation in this raffle costs £100 per raffle ticket. Payment for participation in the raffle can be made by cheque payable to The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, credit/debit card or cash. The Cure Parkinson’s Trust cannot accept CAF payments for raffle tickets and all CAF payments will be treated as donations. Raffle tickets will be entered into the draw when the whole payment is received. The Cure Parkinson’s Trust accepts no responsibility for raffle tickets which are lost, damaged, illegible, or from which the prize-winner cannot be identified, or for any technical failure or event which may cause the competition to be disrupted or corrupted. No responsibility is taken for raffle tickets and payment lost, delayed, or damaged in the post and proof of posting will not be accepted as proof of receipt. The Cure Parkinson’s Trust accepts no responsibility if chosen method of payment is cancelled in error. Any raffle ticket monies received after the closing date will be treated as a donation to The Cure Parkinson’s Trust and the tickets will not be entered into the draw. The Cure Parkinson’s Trust cannot claim Gift Aid on raffle ticket monies, but Gift Aid can be claimed on donations. The Cure Parkinson’s Trust reserves the right to disqualify any entry at their absolute discretion. The Raffle Draw: The closing date and prize draw date for each raffle draw will be printed on the tickets and in the letters for each mailing pack. The prize winners will be randomly selected in an independently supervised draw held at a third party’s premises on the draw date. The first ticket drawn will win the first prize, the second ticket drawn will win the second prize, and this will continue until all the prizes have been won. Winning raffle tickets will be drawn randomly. The result of the raffle draw is final. No correspondence will be entered into. Winners will be notified by post or telephone no later than 3 weeks after the draw date. Winners’ names will be published on this page within 7 days of the draw taking place. Please keep the ticket as proof of purchase. Raffle winners will be sent their prize in the post once contact has been made. The Cure Parkinson’s Trust will endeavour to contact winners by telephone, and then in writing. If no contact is made, the unclaimed prize is held until 31st December 2020. Once this deadline has passed and a new raffle is open, the unclaimed prize may be treated as The Cure Parkinson’s Trust sees fit, and it may be returned to the raffle fund. Responsible gambling: Self Exclusion: On request we will put a block on supporters’ records to exclude themselves from our raffle mailings. This block will remain unless we are asked by the individual to remove it. If you would like to be excluded from future raffles please contact the charity on 020 7487 3892 or email them at: [email protected] If you feel you have a problem with gambling, please visit https://www.begambleaware.org/ Complaints: A complaints procedure is in place to deal with any issues in a clear and procedural way.https://www.cureparkinsons.org.uk/ourpolicies Privacy: We will only use the information you give to contact you, if you give us permission. If you do not we will only contact you if you hold a winning ticket. Visit cureparkinsons.org.uk/privacy-policy to read our privacy notice.