Website T’s and C’s


Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully. By donating to our cause and/or applying to be (and continuing to be) a subscriber to our communications, you are agreeing to these Terms and Conditions. If you do not wish to be bound by these Terms and Conditions, you should not access any our website, and you should ask us to be unsubscribed from receiving our communications.

A18 Company Ltd is the legal entity set up to support the Let Kids Be Kids Coalition

We operate various online tools including a website at  which allow us to create fundraising pages for users to donate to our case and through which we access data about those pages.

We may change or update these Terms and Conditions from time to time. The current version of the Terms and Conditions will be available on It is your responsibility to access and check these Terms and Conditions whenever you access or use our website. The latest version of these Terms and Conditions will govern any future usage by you of our website.

These Terms and Conditions supersede and replace all previous versions of the Terms and Conditions.

We will operate our website so that donors can make online donations by credit or debit card, or by any other payment method made available by us.

We will provide information systems design, testing and verification standards and requirements in accordance with good industry practice to ensure that donors’ credit cards and debit cards are debited and our bank account is credited in a secure manner.

We will respond to enquiries that we receive, as soon as possible.

We will capture personal information including but not limited to your name, title, address, email address and mobile phone number (“Personal Information”) at all times in accordance with the relevant data protection legislation in force at the time of capture, as updated and amended from time to time. For information about how we use your Personal Information, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

We will not sell, trade or rent Personal Information to third parties.

We will keep proper records of all donations and income received and expenses incurred for such period as may from time to time be required.

We will undertake planned maintenance and upkeep of our website. We shall deduct any applicable payment processing charges incurred in processing a donation.

You agree that our website is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis and that your use of it is at your sole risk. We do not guarantee continuous, uninterrupted, error or virus free or secure access to our website and the operation of our site may be interfered with by numerous factors outside of our control. On that basis, except as expressly set out in these Terms and Conditions, we do not enter into conditions, warranties or other terms in relation to our website, and they are excluded to the fullest extent permissible by law.

Subject as above, in no event shall we be liable for any loss or damage which you may claim to have suffered by reason of your accessing and use of (or inability to access and use) our website or any part of them, including (but not limited to) loss of profits, exemplary or special damages, loss of sales, loss of donations, loss of revenue, loss of goodwill, loss of any software or data, loss of bargain, loss of opportunity, loss of use of computer equipment, software or data, loss of or waste of management or other staff time, or for any indirect, incidental consequential or special loss, however arising.

We may change the format and content of our website from time to time.  In particular, you should refresh your browser each time your visit our website to ensure that you download the most up to date version, including the latest version of these Terms and Conditions.

We may, at our sole discretion, suspend the operation of our website in full or in part at any time, for example but without limitation for repair or maintenance work or in order to update or upgrade the contents or functionality from time to time. 

The applicable local laws in the United Kingdom, which may require disclosure of otherwise confidential information, include, without limitation, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

The governing law for the purpose of Section 15 is the law of England, and the English courts have exclusive jurisdiction.