These terms apply to a festive fundraising campaign Balfour Beatty (“we”) is running in relation to charities or organisations with whom Balfour Beatty work on fundraising and employment opportunities namely: Project RECCE, the Prince’s Trust, Groundwork and Save the Children (”Corporate Charity Partner(s)”)
For every ‘vote’, we will donate £1 to the selected Corporate Charity Partner
A ‘vote’ will be counted for a Corporate Charity Partner every time a user votes for a Corporate Charity Partner on the poll answers in response to the Balfour Beatty post on LinkedIn. Further details are outlined in our social post.
To participate, users must ‘vote’ for their chosen corporate charity partner through the use of the poll answers as detailed within the posts i.e. 1 vote for Groundwork is £1 donated to this corporate charity partner. Comments, likes, reactions and shares will not be included in the final numbers.
We will only include ‘votes’ received directly on our posts.
Users of all ages in all geographies on LinkedIn can participate.
Where users are under the age of 16 years old, they must obtain parental consent to participate.
The fundraising period will stop after 2 weeks from the date of the first Balfour Beatty social post on this campaign or if the threshold of £25,000 has been achieved, whichever is sooner. The campaign start date is the 7th Dec 2023 and the end date is the 21 Dec 2023
Once the campaign finishes, Balfour Beatty will share details on the amount of donations raised by the 6th January 2024.
Any personal data provided by users to Balfour Beatty which may include for example user votes where users are identifiable will be processed under Balfour Beatty’s privacy notice.
Users voting on LinkedIn are also advised to see the LinkedIn privacy notices as applicable.
The campaign is made available on an ‘as is’ basis. Balfour Beatty does not warrant that campaign content will be uninterrupted or error-free and is not liable for any inaccessibility of the campaign content or any failure of any social media site channels.
These terms are governed by English Law and any disputes arising out of or in connection with these terms are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.