2019 CAMH Foundation One Brave Night for Mental Health: Legal Terms & Conditions

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS IMPORTANT LEGAL INFORMATION YOU AND YOUR FAMILY SHOULD KNOW ABOUT.

The CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health (the "Event") is run by the CAMH Foundation and its affiliates (collectively, "CAMH Foundation").

RELEASE & WAIVER

This is a release and waiver of liability ("Release and Waiver"). By agreeing to participate in the Event, participants (and their parents or legal guardians in the case of individuals who are under the age of 18) ("Participants") agree to follow certain rules and release the CAMH Foundation from liability for the Event. If you have any questions, you should seek legal or other professional advice before signing this form (which would be at your own expense).

By participating in the Event, you agree to the following rules relating to the Event:

1. Read and follow the expectations in the "CAMH One Brave Night Participant Guide and Code of Conduct" (reproduced below).

2. Share personal information with CAMH Foundation as described in the registration forms and as described in the Participant Guide and Code of Conduct.

3. Accept any risks associated with participating in the Event, including:

a. Participants not being supervised by CAMH Foundation. Parents must accompany and supervise their children during the Event.

4. Abide by applicable local, provincial, and federal laws.

5. Not consume alcohol and/or drugs during the Event.

6. Accept sole responsibility for your own safety and personal property.

7. Accept sole responsibility for your own health and follow any directions from your health care providers. (NOTE: Individuals should consult their own health care provider(s) about whether they have any condition, limitation or reason that would make it dangerous or inadvisable to participate in an event like this.)

8. Waive (for yourself, your family, your heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, insurers and estate or anyone else who might claim on your behalf) any right or recourse you may have against CAMH Foundation and its directors, officers, volunteers, organizers, employees, agents, sponsors, and successors (collectively, the "Released Parties"), and release and discharge the Released Parties from all legal claims, demands, damages, actions or causes of action howsoever arising, and absolve the Released Parties from all responsibility for any loss, damage, injury (up to and including death) and costs (including legal fees) that may arise in any way in connection with the Event. (NOTE: Please read this section again carefully. You are agreeing to give up legal rights.)

9. Give CAMH Foundation the right to use your name, image or comments for posting on the internet or otherwise for distribution to the public for purposes of promoting, fundraising for, or administering the Event (or any other related purpose) if you send CAMH Foundation any photograph or video recording of your participation in the Event.

Participant Guide and Code of Conduct

CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health (the "Event") will be held on May 10, 2019. The Event is run by the CAMH Foundation and is geared towards meeting the following goals of the Foundation and its affiliates (collectively, the "CAMH Foundation"): raising funds, raising awareness of mental health, and creating action in support of the one in five Canadians who live with mental illness in any given year. The CAMH Foundation requires all individuals who participate in the Event ("Participants") to agree to and abide by the terms and conditions set forth in this Participant Guide and Code of Conduct (the "Guide and Code of Conduct").

1. General

Participants must adhere to the expectations set forth by this Guide and Code of Conduct.

Participants must review and accept all terms in the "2019 CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health Release and Waiver Form" (the "Release and Waiver") during registration. There is no minimum age for participation. However, any Participant under the age of 18 must have permission to participate from a parent or legal guardian.

2. Event Description

“Showcase your hidden talent in support of mental health! On Friday, May 10th, it’s your time to shine—and time to shine a spotlight on mental health. CAMH One Brave Night is your chance to share your talent with the world while fundraising in support of mental health. From music to magic, dancing to drawing, there is no shortage of ways you can participate in this virtual campaign and inspire hope for people living with mental illness. Whether you choose to get up on a public stage, host your own showcase, or post a video of your talent, it’s your chance to express your creativity and share it with the world! Register today and ask family, friends and colleagues to join your team or support your One Brave Night.”

CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health is a virtual fundraising campaign and does not have a physical event location. Participants are encouraged to organize their own events and activities on Friday, May 10, 2019. There is no central gathering place for this Event. The Event is not supervised by CAMH Foundation staff.

3. Behavioural Expectations

Participants must be courteous and respectful to others, including other Participants and those not participating in the Event. Participants should not disturb others who are not participating in the Event, including family, neighbours or members of the public. Participants must respect applicable local, provincial and federal laws. CAMH Foundation will not tolerate any form of violence, harassment or abuse (physical, sexual, emotional) or discrimination during the Event. Participants must agree not to consume alcohol and/or drugs during the Event. Any consumption of alcohol or drugs may impair judgment and motor skills and create a dangerous environment for Participants and others. Participants must adhere to the advice and instructions provided by health care professionals. If a health care professional advises an individual to not participate in the Event, the individual must not participate.

4. Fundraising Expectations

There is no minimum or maximum fundraising expectation; however, Participants are encouraged to set a goal and to speak with their friends and family and community members to raise awareness of mental illness and seek donations.

5. Use of Personal Information CAMH Foundation may collect, use, disclose and retain personal information (such as name, age, gender, address, email address, phone number, emergency contact person and details) about the Participants in order to administer the Event. CAMH Foundation may, with Participant consent (implied or express) collect, use, disclose and retain photographs and video recordings of the Event. Participants may submit to CAMH Foundation photographs and video recordings of their own participation in the Event. These images and video recordings may be posted on the internet and otherwise distributed to the public (for example in email messages, newsletters and promotional materials). CAMH Foundation may collect, use, disclose and retain personal information (such as name, address, email address, phone number, and credit card information or other payment details), about the individuals who sponsor Participants in order to process payments and issue charitable receipts.

At CAMH Foundation, your privacy is a priority. We do not rent, sell or trade your information. Your personal data will be used to provide you with occasional information about the impact of your support. If you have any questions about your personal information or wish to discuss your contact preferences, please call the Foundation at 416.979.6909 or email us at foundation@camh.ca.

CAMH Foundation abides by its Privacy Policy which is available for viewing at www.camh.ca/en/terms-of-use.