*Please note eligibility requirements for the Better Better grant was updated as of 17-08-2018
1. Information on how to enter and the grants form part of these Terms and Conditions. Participation in this promotion is deemed acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.
2. In these Terms and Conditions:
3. Entry for each Round opens at 9.00am and close at 5.00pm* AEST on the dates specified in the table below. Voting for the Community Grant Round opens and closes at 9.00am AEST on the dates also specified in the table below.
4. There are three Rounds for Community Grant entries (‘Community Grant Round(s)’) , each with a different theme. Entries submitted for a particular Community Grant Round must comply with the theme for that Community Grant Round and meet the eligibility requirements set out in these terms and conditions.
5. There is one Round for Business Grant entries (‘Business Grant Round’) and entries submitted must meet the eligibility requirements set out in these terms and conditions.
6. Entry is only open to Australian residents aged 18 years or over. Employees (and their immediate families) of the Promoter and agencies associated with this promotion are ineligible to enter. Immediate family means any of the following: spouse, ex-spouse, de-facto spouse, child or step-child (whether natural or by adoption), parent, step-parent, grandparent, step-grandparent, uncle, aunt, niece, nephew, brother, sister, step-brother, step-sister or 1st cousin.
7. To enter, eligible individuals must visit dreamsforabetterworld.com.au follow the prompts to the promotion entry page and input the requested details including choosing if they wish to apply for a Community Grant (and the relevant Community Grant Round they are entering) or a Business Grant.
8. To be a valid entry, an Entrant must complete the entry form, including contact details and an explanation of the Entrant’s Eligible Dream (criteria for which is in paragraphs 13 to 15 below) and how the grant would be used if won to benefit an Australian community or communities, and upload any supporting documents (e.g. images, videos or other documents) to demonstrate how the Eligible Dream can make a positive impact on the community.
9. Entries must be received before the close date/time for the relevant Round to be eligible. The maximum total file size of all supporting documents uploaded cannot exceed 2MB and no more than two (2) files may be uploaded. All files uploaded must be in any of the following acceptable file formats: PDF, DOC, JPG, PNG, WMP, MOV.
10. Entrants are permitted to edit and/or resubmit their entry submission and add photos, videos and other files to their submission up until the entry close date/time for the relevant Round. Contact Dreamsforabetterworld@Sunsuper.com.au to do so.
11. If an Entrant is submitting a Community Grant Entry, the Entrant must also confirm that the Grantee they wish to nominate is an Australian registered charity. The Promoter may request proof that the Grantee is a registered Australian charity.
12. If an Entrant is submitting a Business Grant Entry, the Entrant must also confirm that the Grantee they nominate is a registered Australian business. The Promoter may request proof that the Grantee is a registered Australian business.
13. To be an ‘Eligible Dream’ the dream submitted by an Entrant must meet the following requirements relevant to the Community Grants or the Business Grants.
14. Community Grants
a. the dream must benefit a registered charity, community group or not-for-profit organisation located in Australia, whose purposes do NOT serve one individual only and where any grant provided to the community/charity group/organisation would be spent in Australia for an Australian based cause (“Grantee”);
b. the dream must be capable of being undertaken in the next 12 months (from date of entry) – and undertaken in the next 12 months from date a Community Grant is awarded; and
c. in addition, to the criteria above, additional criteria apply for entries submitted into each Community Grant Round, as specified below:
15. Business Grant
a. the dream must benefit a business which is a registered Australian business, with up to 200 employees and which has been trading for a minimum of 18 months (“Grantee”);
b. the dream must help the business owners implement or enhance a project or deliver an innovative solution that will tackle a local/social issue and have a direct positive impact on their community.
c. the dream must NOT serve one individual only and where any Business Grant is provided to the business would be spent in Australia for an Australian based cause;
d. the dream must be capable of being undertaken in the next 12 months (from date of entry) – and undertaken in the next 12 months from date a Business Grant is awarded.
16. Entrants are not required to have an affiliation or connection with a Grantee to nominate that Grantee to receive a grant.
17. Each Grantee/Eligible Dream may only be nominated by one (1) Entrant for any given Round, and the Entrant may only nominate that Grantee/Eligible Dream once for any given Round. Once an Entrant nominates a Grantee/Eligible Dream, no other person may nominate that same Grantee/Eligible Dream (or a substantially similar Eligible Dream) in any other Round. In addition, if an Entrant’s nominated Grantee does not win for a certain Round, the Entrant may nominate a different Eligible Dream for the same Grantee in another Round.
18. If an Entrant’s Grantee receives a Grant, the Entrant will not be permitted to enter this ‘Sunsuper Dreams for a Better World’ Promotion again and the Grantee who is deemed a Round Winner, is not permitted to be nominated again or win for any other Round. Each entry must be submitted separately and in accordance with the entry requirements set out in these terms and conditions. For the sake of clarity, the same Grantee/Eligible Dream may be nominated for more than one (1) Round. For example, an Entrant may nominate a Grantee/Eligible Dream twice, once for ‘Round 1’ and again for ‘Round 2’, on the condition they have not won in ‘Round 1’. However, two or more people may not nominate that Grantee/Eligible Dream (or a dream substantially similar),in any single Round.
19. Grantees that have received a grant, or Entrants whose entry has received a grant, in any previous Sunsuper Dreams branded promotion conducted by the Promoter will not be eligible to be nominated or enter into this ‘Sunsuper Dreams for a Better World’ Promotion.
20. Each Grantee, or an Entrant on behalf of the Grantee, must be willing and able to participate in all stages outlined below. Grantees and Entrants unable to participate in any of the stages below outlined by the Promoter will forfeit the chance for their Eligible Dream/Grantee to win a Grant. The Promoter, in their discretion, may choose another Eligible Dream to replace the forfeited entry.
21. All images or videos provided by the Entrants during their submission or any phase during the promotion may be used by the Promoter to support the Sunsuper Dreams for a Better World Promotion and to determine the People’s Choice Grant during the Grand Final Round.
22. Any photos or video footage taken by the Promoter or affiliate of the Promoter will be owned by the Promoter and the Promoter will have full control over how the photo or video footage is used in relation to the Sunsuper Dreams for a Better World Promotion. It is a condition of entry that Entrants comply with the reasonable directions of the Promoter about the use of any photo or video footage taken by the Promoter or its affiliates.
23. An Entrant cannot submit the same Eligible Dream for both a Community Grant and Business Grant.
24. The Promoter will select a panel of judges to determine the shortlist for each Round (the top six (6) entries in each Community Grant Round and the top 10 (ten) entries in the Business Grant Round), the Round Winners and the Grand Final Round winners.
25. The Promoter may decide if a judge can sit on more than one judging panel, one or more times during the promotion.
26. Four (4) to ten (10) people may be selected each Round to be a part of the Sunsuper Judging Panels to determine the shortlisted Entrants and winners. In the Grand Final Round a Sunsuper Judging panel will have final say on the Community People’s Choice grant in the event of a tie between two or more Round Winners’ votes.
27. The Judging Panels will interpret each of the below criteria (“Judging Criteria”) in their own discretion and no correspondence will be entered into regarding the final decisions made by the judges.
28. Community Grant Rounds and Community Grant Grand Final
29. Business Grant Round and Business Grant Grand Final
Community Grants Stage 1: The Community Grant Round Shortlist and voting to determine the Community Grant Round Finalists
30. The Community Grant Entries with the six (6) best Eligible Dreams as determined by the Sunsuper Judging Panel for each Community Grant Round will be selected as a shortlist of entries for the Community Grant Round (“Community Grant Round Shortlist”). The Sunsuper Judging Panel will use Judging Criteria as decided by the Promoter to critique the Eligible Dreams and determine the Community Grant Round Shortlist.
31. The Promoter will contact each Entrant whose Eligible Dream is on the Community Grant Round Shortlist (“Shortlisted Entrant”) to advise them that their Eligible Dream is on the Community Grant Round Shortlist.
32. A Shortlisted Entrant must be willing and able to participate in asking people within Australia to vote for their Eligible Dream to be chosen as a Community Grant Round Finalist (see Community Grants Stage 2 below) and receive a $5,000 grant.
33. The Promoter may provide advice and appropriate resources (determined by the Promoter) to assist the Shortlisted Entrants with generating votes for their Eligible Dream on the Sunsuper Dreams for a Better World website.
34. To vote, n voter must visit dreamsforabetterworld.com.au, select the ‘vote’ button applicable to the Shortlisted Entrant they wish to vote for to reveal a pop up window, input their email address and complete the voting process by selecting the ‘Vote’ button, as promoted in the pop up window. Only valid votes received during the applicable Voting Periods indicated in the table below will be considered in determining the Community Grant Round Finalists (defined below).
35. A maximum of one (1) vote is permitted per person and per valid email address for each Shortlisted Entrant. For the sake of clarity, a person can submit more than one (1) vote during each Community Grant Round, however, only one (1) vote per Eligible Dream on the Community Grant Round Shortlist.
36. The Shortlisted Entrants whose entries receive the top 3 highest number of valid votes during each Community Grant Round will become the “Community Grant Round Finalists” for that Community Grant Round and will each receive a $5000 grant to be paid to their Grantee.
37. In the event that two (2) or more entries on a Community Grant Round Shortlist receive the same number of valid votes such that the top three entries cannot be separated by votes received, then the Sunsuper Judging Panel will judge each tied Eligible Dream based on the Judging Criteria, and the best tied Eligible Dream, as determined by the Sunsuper Judging Panel, will be deemed one (1) of three (3) Community Grant Round Finalists for that particular Community Grant Round.
38. The Promoter may disqualify an Entrant if it believes that any one or more of the votes for that Entrant’s Eligible Dream were falsified. In this event the Shortlisted Entrant whose Eligible Dream received the next highest number of votes will become a Community Grant Round Finalist. Falsified votes include, but not limited to, any votes that were bought on digital platforms or votes gained from affiliated community groups outside of Australia.
Community Grants Stage 2: The Community Grant Round Finalists and determining the Community Grant Round Winner
39. The Promoter will notify the Community Grant Round Finalists that they are a Community Grant Round Finalist for the Community Grant Round.
40. The Promoter will provide the Community Grant Round Finalists’ submission, outlining how their Eligible Dream meets the Judging Criteria to the Sunsuper Judging Panel.
41. Using the Judging Criteria, the Sunsuper Judging Panel will assess the submission and supporting material provided by each Community Grant Round Finalist to determine which Community Grant Round Finalist has the best Eligible Dream. The Community Grant Round Finalist with the best Eligible Dream will be chosen as the ‘Round Winner’.
42. The Round Winner for each Community Grant Round will receive an additional $5000 grant to be paid to the Entrant’s Grantee and will be entered into the Community Grant Grand Final Round.
43. The Round Winners for each Community Grant Round will be required to participate in a filming session organised by the Promoter whereby they will be required to explain their Eligible Dream. An Entrant must be able to participate in this filming session as a condition of their nominated Grantee receiving a grant. The Promoter will have complete discretion over the editing process and the exact date(s)/time(s)/location(s) where filming will take place. The Promoter will cover all reasonable costs (as determined by the Promoter), associated with travel by Round Winners to and from a filming location.
44. The videos featuring the Round Winners will be uploaded to the Sunsuper Dreams for a Better World website and used in advertising to promote the Dreams for a Better World Promotion.
Community Grant Stage 3: The Community Grant Grand Final Round and People’s Choice grant
45. Each Community Grant Round Winner will be entered in the Community Grant Grand Final Round and their Grantee will receive a share in a $65,000 grant.
46. All three (3) Community Grant Round Winners’ Eligible Dreams will be judged by the Sunsuper Judging Panel. The Sunsuper Panel will judge each of the three (3) Community Grant Round Winners’ Eligible Dreams and will rank each Community Grant Round Winner from 1st to 3rd place based on the Judging Criteria. 1st place receives $30,000, 2nd Place receives $15,000, 3rd place receives $10,000.
47. A representative of each Community Grant Round Winner will be required to attend the Grand Final Awards Night taking place on a yet to be determined date and location, within 12 months from 1 March 2018. All reasonable costs associated with travel to and from the event (including any flight and accommodation costs) will be paid for by the Promoter, at the discretion of the Promoter.
People’s Choice Grant Round
48. At the end of the three (3) Community Grant Rounds, the Promoter will invite all Community Grant Round Winners to participate in the People’s Choice Grant Round.
49. For Community Grant Round Winners who agree to be entered in the People’s Choice Grant Ground, (“People’s Choice Entrants”), a further public vote will be held. The entrant whose Eligible Dream receives the highest number of votes on the Sunsuper Dreams for a Better World website during the voting period will be deemed the winner of the People’s Choice Grant and will receive a $10,000 grant (“People’s Choice Grant”) to be paid to the entrant’s Grantee. If the Sunsuper Judging Panel award a Community Grant Round Winner a place in the Community Grant Grand Final Round, that entrant remains eligible to receive the People’s Choice Grant.
50. The same public voting criteria that applies to determining the Community Grant Round Winners, will apply to the People’s Choice Grant Round.
51. In the event that two (2) or more entries in the People’s Choice Grant Round receive the same number of valid votes such that the top three entries cannot be separated by votes received, then the Sunsuper Judging Panel will judge each tied Eligible Dream based on the Judging Criteria, and the best Eligible Dream, as determined by the Sunsuper Judging Panel, will received the People’s Choice Grant.
52. The Promoter may deem any entrant disqualified if it believes that any one or more of the votes were falsified. In this event the Eligible Dream with the next highest number of votes will be selected as the People’s Choice Grant recipient.
Business Grant Round and Business Grant Grand Final Round
*update to meaning for a small to medium sized business
**update to due date for small business to provide documents
53. The Business Grant Entries with the ten (10) best Eligible Dreams as determined by the Sunsuper Judging Panel will be selected as a shortlist of entries for the Business Grant Round (“Business Grant Round Shortlist”).
54. The Promoter will contact each entrant whose Eligible Dream is on the Business Grant Round Shortlist (“Shortlisted Entrant”) to advise them that their Eligible Dream is on the Business Grant Round Shortlist.
55. Shortlisted Entrants must provide copies of the following documents to the Promoter by Thursday 13 September 2018 in order to allow the Sunsuper Judging Panel to judge their Eligible Dream and determine the best three (3) Shortlisted Entrants to receive a $5000 grant:
56. If a Shortlisted Entrant is unable to provide the documents by 13 September 2018** the Promoter can disqualify the entrant. In the event a Shortlisted Entrant is disqualified the Promoter can shortlist another Eligible Dream to replace the disqualified entrant.
57. When Shortlisted Entrants have been validated and deemed eligible,the Sunsuper Judging Panel will use the Judging Criteria to determine the top three (3) entries with the best Eligible Dreams (“Business Grant Round Winners”).
58. The Business Grant Round Winners will each be given a $5,000 grant and will be entered in the Business Grant Grand Final.
59. All three (3) Business Grant Round Winners will be judged by the Sunsuper Panel and will be given the opportunity to pitch their Eligible Dream to the Sunsuper Judging Panel. The Sunsuper Judging Panel will judge each of the three (3) Business Grant Round Winners based on the Judging Criteria and the best Eligible Dream will win a grant of $10,000.
60. All grants for this promotion will be awarded to the Grantee (i.e. registered charity, community group or not-for-profit organisation or registered Australian business) nominated by the Entrant at the time of entry. No grants will be awarded to the actual person (i.e. Entrant) who completed the entry form into this promotion.
61. An authorised nominee of a winning Grantee must provide to the Promoter their plans for using the grant and subject to plan approval by the Promoter, must ensure they use the grant to execute and complete these plans. In the event that the Promoter does not approve of any plan/s originally provided by a Grantee, the Promoter may require the Grantee to either change the plan/s until it meets the Promoter’s satisfaction or the Promoter may alter the plans themselves and only approve the altered form of the plan/s. An authorised nominee of a winning Grantee may be required to sign any legal documentation required by the Promoter, consenting to use of the grant money in the manner approved by the Promoter, prior to award of the grant.
62. The winners will be determined by the Sunsuper Judging Panels and grants will be distributed to winners with a share of the following grants
• $60,000 Community Grants Rounds
• $65,000 Community Grant Grand Final
• $15,000 Business Grant Round
• $10,000 Business Grant Grand Final
63. This promotion is a game of skill and chance plays no part in determining the winners.
64. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of entries/votes and entrants/voters/Grantees (including an entrant’s/voter’s identity, age and place of residence and a Grantee’s address and qualification as a community/charity group/organisation/registered Australian business) and reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual, invalidate any fraudulently obtained votes or all votes for that individual’s Eligible Dream, if the Promoter has reason to believe that individual has breached any of these Terms and Conditions, tampered with the entry/voting process or engaged in any unlawful or other improper misconduct calculated to jeopardise fair and proper conduct of the promotion, including obtaining votes through vote swapping/buying websites and websites involving battering/offering of gifts/prizes for votes. The Promoter will determine whether an entrant/Grantee is obtaining votes fraudulently in any of the aforementioned manners (including through use of vote swapping/buying websites and battering/offering of gifts/prizes websites), if in its view there is sufficient evidence to cause doubt as to the validity of votes obtained and may take any action as it chooses, in its complete discretion, to deal with such issue, including disqualifying an entrant, invalidating an entrant’s entry, invalidating fraudulently obtained votes or invalidating all votes obtained for such entry. Errors and omissions may be accepted at the Promoter's discretion. Failure by the Promoter to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights. The Promoter's legal rights to recover damages or other compensation from such an offender are reserved.
65. The Promoter reserves the right, at any time: (a) to invalidate any votes which it reasonably suspects have been submitted using false, incorrect, fraudulent or misleading information, including but not limited to personal details and contact information and/or votes that have been submitted through the use of multiple identities, email addresses or accounts; and/or (b) to disqualify any entrant/Grantee (or invalidate his/her entry, or invalidate fraudulently obtained votes or all votes submitted for such Eligible Dream/Grantee) that the Promoter reasonably suspects has paid, bartered or offered payment or other consideration to another person in exchange for votes or has otherwise encouraged or procured any person to submit votes contrary to these Terms and Conditions. Incomplete or indecipherable entries/votes will be deemed invalid.
66. If there is a dispute as to the identity of an entrant/Grantee, the Promoter reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to determine the identity of the entrant/Grantee.
67. The Promoter’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
68. If for any reason a winner does not take or redeem a grant (or an element of the grant) at or by the time stipulated by the Promoter, then the grant (or that element of the grant) will be forfeited.
69. Grants, or any unused portion of a grant, are not transferable or exchangeable, unless otherwise specified by the Promoter.
70. Entrants agree that they are fully responsible for any materials they submit via the promotion including but not limited to comments, recordings, videos and photos/images (“Content”). The Promoter shall not be liable in any way for such Content to the full extent permitted by law. The Promoter may remove or decline to publish any Content without notice for any reason whatsoever. Entrants warrant and agree that:
a. they will not submit any Content that is unlawful or fraudulent, or that the Promoter may deem in breach of any intellectual property, privacy, publicity or other rights, defamatory, obscene, derogatory, pornographic, sexually inappropriate, violent, abusive, harassing, threatening, objectionable with respect to race, religion, origin or gender, not suitable for children aged under 15, or otherwise unsuitable for publication;
b. their Content shall not contain viruses or cause injury or harm to any person or entity
c. they will obtain prior consent from any person or from the owner(s) of any property that appears in their Content;
d. they will obtain full prior consent from any person who has jointly created or has any rights in the Content to the uses contemplated by these Terms and Conditions, and the Content does not infringe the rights of any third party;
e. they consent to any use of the Content which may otherwise infringe the Content creator’s/creators’ moral rights pursuant to the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and warrant that they have the full authority to grant these rights; and
f. they will comply with all applicable laws and regulations, including without limitation, those governing copyright, content, defamation, privacy, publicity and the access or use of others' computer or communication systems.
Without limiting any other terms herein, the entrant agrees to indemnify the Promoter for any breach of the above terms.
71. As a condition of entering this promotion, each entrant licenses and grants the Promoter, its affiliates and sub-licensees a non-exclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, worldwide, irrevocable, and sub-licensable right to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish and display their entry (which shall include Content) for any purpose, including but not limited to future promotional, marketing or publicity purposes, in any media, without compensation, restriction on use, attribution or liability.
72. Entrants consent to the Promoter using their name, likeness, image and/or voice and their nominated Grantee’s name and image in the event they are a winning entrant (including photograph, film and/or recording of the same) in any media for an unlimited period without remuneration for the purpose of promoting this promotion (including any outcome), and promoting any products manufactured, distributed and/or supplied by the Promoter.
73. If this promotion is interfered with in any way or is not capable of being conducted as reasonably anticipated due to any reason beyond the reasonable control of the Promoter, including but not limited to technical difficulties, unauthorised intervention or fraud, the Promoter reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to the fullest extent permitted by law (a) to disqualify any entrant/Grantee; or (b) to modify, suspend, terminate or cancel the promotion, as appropriate.
74. Any cost associated with accessing the promotional website is the entrant’s responsibility and is dependent on the Internet service provider used. The use of any automated entry or voting software or any other mechanical or electronic means that allows an entrant to automatically enter or vote repeatedly is prohibited and will render all entries/votes submitted by that entrant invalid.
75. Nothing in these Terms and Conditions limits, excludes or modifies or purports to limit, exclude or modify the statutory consumer guarantees as provided under the Competition and Consumer Act, as well as any other implied warranties under the ASIC Act or similar consumer protection laws in the States and Territories of Australia (“Non-Excludable Guarantees”).
76. Except for any liability that cannot by law be excluded, including the Non-Excludable Guarantees, the Promoter (including its respective officers, employees and agents) is not responsible for and excludes all liability (including negligence), for any personal injury; or any loss or damage (including loss of opportunity); whether direct, indirect, special or consequential, arising in any way out of: (a) any technical difficulties or equipment malfunction (whether or not under the Promoter’s control); (b) any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference; (c) any entry or grant claim that is late, lost, altered, damaged or misdirected (whether or not after their receipt by the Promoter) due to any reason beyond the reasonable control of the Promoter; (d) any variation in grant value to that stated in these Terms and Conditions; (e) any tax liability incurred by a winner or entrant or Grantee; or (f) use and/or acceptance of a grant.
77. The Promoter (including its officers, employees and agents) may, at their sole discretion, remove an entry/vote that does not comply with these Terms and Conditions. If an entry does not comply with these Terms and Conditions, then that entry, regardless of the number of votes it has received, will (at the discretion of the Promoter), be ineligible to receive a grant.
78. As a condition of accepting a grant, a winning entrant and an authorised representative of a winning Grantee must sign any legal documentation as and in the form required by the Promoter and/or grant suppliers in their absolute discretion, including but not limited to a legal release and indemnity form.
All community round applications open 15 February
|Applications close:||13 Apr|
|Voting opens:||20 Apr|
|Voting closes:||8 May|
|Winner announced:||8 Jun|
|Applications close:||29 Jun|
|Voting opens:||6 Jul|
|Voting closes:||23 Jul|
|Winner announced:||24 Aug|
|Applications close:||14 Sep|
|Voting opens:||21 Sep|
|Voting closes:||8 Oct|
|Winner announced:||9 Nov|
|Applications open:||16 Mar|
|Applications close:||19 Aug|
|Top 3 announced:||31 Oct|
|People's Choice voting opens:||16 Nov|
|People's Choice voting closes:||14 Dec|