Terms and Conditions

Global Assembly Community Assembly Grant Draw terms and conditions

The Global Assembly is making available 25 grants of $500 to Community Assembly Organisers who register before Midnight on 12th November. See full rules below.


  1. Details: Twenty five (25) winners of the Draw (the "Draw Winners") will be awarded: $500; (collectively, the “Draw Prize").

  2. Start Date: 01 November 2021, 13:00 UTC

  3. End Date: 12 November 2021 23:59:00 UTC

  4. Draw Date: 17 November UTC

  5. N.B. Any Community Assembly registered before 01 November 2021 will be entered into the Draw automatically.

  6. The Draw is administered by Good Help on behalf of The Global Assembly (the "Administrator”). It is being operated under UK law. Please check your local laws regarding entry.


  1. Timing
    1. The “Global Assembly Community Assembly Grant Draw" (the “Draw") begins on 01/11/2021 13:00:00 UTC (the “Draw Start Date") and ends on 12/11/2021 23:59:00 UTC (the “Draw End Date") (referred to as the “Draw Entry Period").

    2. All times are measured by Universal Standard Time (UTC).

    1. The Draw is only open to individuals who are at least Eighteen (18) years of age at the time of entry.

    2. By participating in the Draw, each participant agrees to comply with and abide by the terms and conditions stated in these Rules, which shall be final and binding in all respects, agrees to be bound by the decisions of Administrator, and warrants that she/he is eligible to participate in the Draw.

    3. Please note that the awarding of a prize is prohibited in some locations. Subject to all applicable laws.

    1. By registering to run a Community Assembly on our website: https://globalassembly.org/register

    2. No responsibility is assumed for illegible, lost, late, incomplete, or misdirected registrations. Incomplete, illegible, late, lost, or misdirected registrations will not be accepted.

    3. Multiple registrations for the same Community Assembly are not permitted.

    1. Selection of Winners. On or about 17/11/2021 UTC (the "Draw Date”), the Administrator will select the potential Draw winners ("Potential Winners"). The Administrator's database computer is the official timekeeping device for the Draws. The Potential Winners will be selected by the following Draw process:

    2. The Administrator will allocate grants proportional to the population of each of the geographical regions defined by the UN, and conduct a random draw from all eligible entries to identify winners in each region. To ensure the greatest possible global distribution, once a country is selected it will be excluded from subsequent draws. If there are fewer entrants than the allocated number of prizes in any UN region, the remaining available grants will be proportionally distributed between the other regions.

    3. Potential Winners will be notified by email on or about the Draw Date, using the email address provided through registration, and will be conditionally awarded the Draw Prize subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with the terms and conditions of these Rules.

    4. If a Potential Winner does not respond within 72 hours after the first notification attempt, an alternate Potential Winner may be selected.

    5. The notification will include instructions for how to contact the Administrator to provide information that may be required to complete validation of eligibility and delivery of prize.

    6. No liability is assumed for any notification that is lost, intercepted or not received by a Potential Winner for any reason.

    1. Odds of winning the Draw Prize depend on the number of eligible entries received during the Draw Entry Period.

    2. The Potential Winner may be required to complete and return a Declaration of Eligibility, Release of Liability and/or Publicity Release in the form(s) provided by Administrator (where permitted by law) (collectively, the "Declaration") by the date specified by Administrator, or such Potential Winner will be disqualified and an alternate Potential Winner may be selected.

    3. In the event: (a) Potential Winner cannot be reached within 72 hours of initial notification from Administrator, or for any reason after a reasonable effort has been exerted, or the Potential Winner notification is returned as unclaimed or undeliverable; (b) Potential Winner declines or cannot accept, receive or use the prize for any reason; (c) of noncompliance with the above or within any of the aforesaid time periods, (d) Potential Winner is found to be ineligible to enter the Draw or receive the prize, (e) Potential Winner cannot or does not comply with these Rules, or (f) Potential Winner fails to fulfil the Prize-related obligations in Administrator's reasonable discretion, the Potential Winner shall be disqualified from the Draw and an alternate Potential Winner may be randomly selected, at Administrator's sole discretion, from among the other eligible entries.

    4. Administrator reserves the right to modify the notification and Declaration of Eligibility procedures in connection with the selection of an alternate Potential Winner, if any. A Potential Winner will be declared the Draw Winner when all of the conditions described above are fulfilled to the satisfaction of the Administrator.

    1. By participating in the Draw, each entrant agrees to make best endeavours to (i) run a minimum of a one-day Community Assembly (see the session plan on p 19 of the Toolkit) with a minimum of 20 participants, and (ii) submit all feedback documents requested by the Administrator

    1. Insofar as is permitted by law, Good Help on behalf of the Global Assembly, its agents or distributors will not in any circumstances be responsible or liable to compensate the winner or accept any liability for any loss, damage, personal injury or death occurring as a result of taking up the prize except where it is caused by the negligence of Good Help on behalf of the Global Assembly, its agents or distributors or that of their employees. Your statutory rights are not affected.

    1. The Draw is administered by Good Help on behalf of The Global Assembly (the "Administrator”).

    2. It is being operated under UK law. Please check your local laws regarding entry.

    3. Good Help, on behalf of the Global Assembly reserves the right to update these Terms and Conditions from time to time and any updated version will be effective as soon as it is published on the website.