NBAM Small Grants Program Terms and Conditions

NBAM Small Grants Program Terms and Conditions

  1. Term - This Agreement commences when the funds are transferred and unless terminated earlier, expires on 31 August 2022.

  1. Capacity - The Recipient warrants that it is registered as an incorporated group or legal entity at the date of signing this Agreement.

  1. Applications - Applications open 11th April 2022 and close 6th May 2022. Applications received out of this period will not be considered. Kidsafe Australia reserves the right to adjust the application window at its discretion.

  1. Obligations - The Recipient agrees to ensure that the Project is carried out as required by this Agreement, including meeting all objectives and timeframes set out in the Project schedule.

  1. Contractors and agents - The Recipient may engage contractors and agents for professional services and/or to carry out components of the Project, provided they adhere to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

  1. Compliance with laws - The Recipient agrees to ensure that it, its specified personnel and project partners comply with all applicable laws when carrying out the Project as required by the Agreement.

  1. Notification and decision - Successful applicants will be notified by email of their application outcome during the week commencing 9th May 2022. Decisions by the panel are final and no correspondence will be entered into.

  1. Acknowledgement and logo - As a condition of accepting the funding from Kidsafe Australia, the Recipient is required to:

  • Display the NBAM logo on all materials developed as part of the Project, in accordance with brand guidelines.

  • Tag Kidsafe Australia and ANZBA on at least one social media post (Twitter, Facebook or Instagram) promoting the Project and/or relevant burns awareness messages throughout the month of June.

  • Provide Kidsafe Australia and ANZBA with permission to use images and material from activities in current and future promotions relating to NBAM and/or burns awareness.

  1. Risk Assessment - The Recipient agrees that they will undertake and implement an appropriate risk assessment for the Project.

  1. Payment of Funds - 50 percent of grant funds will be transferred by EFT to the organisation's nominated bank account (not a personal bank account) 1 week after the nominated contact person has been notified that their application is successful. The remainder of funds will be transferred by EFT upon delivery of the project report (as detailed in point 14) or earlier as agreed with Kidsafe Australia.

  1. Taxes - The Recipient must have an ABN, be registered for GST and pay all applicable taxes, duties and government charges including GST imposed in Australia. The funds payable by Kidsafe Australia under this Agreement include GST.

  1. Unspent Funds - If at the End Date there are unspent funds (which does not include those funds already committed for expenditure in accordance with this Agreement), the Recipient must inform Kidsafe Australia in writing as to how it intends to use those funds. If Kidsafe consents to the proposed use of the unspent funds for the agreed purpose, then the parties must fill in an amendment form.

  1. Return of Funds - If Kidsafe Australia does not agree to the Recipient's proposal for the use of unspent funds, the Recipient must return all unspent funds to Kidsafe Australia within 30 Business Days of the date of Kidsafe Australia’s notice to return the funds.

  1. Reporting - The Recipient must provide Kidsafe Australia with the following via email by the 29th July 2022:

  • Report on the outcomes of the Project using the provided template, including any relevant images.

  • Details of expenditure amount over the term of the Project and balance remaining (if any).

  1. Confidentiality - The Recipient must ensure that it, its specified personnel and any Project partners who are required to deal with Confidential Information comply with the following:

  1. Each party must keep the Confidential Information of the other party confidential and must not use or disclose or permit the use or disclosure of the other party’s Confidential Information except as needed to perform obligations under this Agreement or as required by law.

  2. Each party must not, without the prior written permission of the other party use or disclose to any third party any Confidential Information of the other party. This includes submissions to other professionals and bodies, as well as the media.

  1. Termination for cause - Kidsafe Australia may terminate this Agreement immediately by written notice if the Recipient:

  • Fails to fulfil or is in breach of any obligations under this Agreement, and that omission or breach is not rectified within 10 Business Days of receiving a notice in writing form of Kidsafe Australia to do so.

  1. Entire Agreement - This Agreement contains the entire Agreement of the parties in relation to its subject matter, and supersedes all previous such Agreements, communications and discussions between the parties, whether oral or written.

  1. Severance - If any part of this Agreement is found to be invalid or unenforceable, then that part will be excluded, and the rest of the Agreement remains valid and in effect.

  1. No agency - This Agreement does not create a partnership or agency relationship between the parties, and neither party may represent that such a relationship exists. Neither party is authorised to legally represent or act on behalf of the other party in any way.

  1. Governing Law - This Agreement shall be governed in accordance with the State or Territory laws in which the project, activity or event is held.

  2. Kidsafe Australia reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.

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