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Your dream $250k prize package      NOT WA
Your next big adventure awaits in the new Volkswagen California Beach. Back by popular demand, this dream home on the road is worth $118,798 and will see you nomad around Australia from the outback to the beach. With $125,000 in cashable gold PLUS $6,202 in vouchers from some of Aussie's leading retailers included all you will have to do next is choose where to go!

2nd Prize
JB Hi-Fi Voucher worth $15,000
How does a $15,000 Voucher at JB Hi-Fi compute? You could unlock endless entertainment options like a new TV, game console, smart-watch and more.

3rd Prize
Myer Voucher worth $7,500
Shop ‘till you drop with a $7,500 Voucher at Myer, Australia’s largest department store. Soon you could be splurging on clothes, furniture, electronics and more.

4th Prize
Freedom Voucher worth $5,000
Transform your home with a $5,000 Freedom Voucher. There’s a range of modern homewares, furniture and accessories to make your home a sanctuary.

5th Prize
Travel Associates Voucher worth $2,500
Escape with a $2,500 Travel Associates Voucher. You could be booking your next Aussie adventure including travel, accommodation, experiences and much more.

plus prizes
Additional prizes to
be won, including:
6th Prize
6 - 25TH PRIZE

$500 JB Hi-Fi e-Gift Voucher
7th Prize
26 - 45TH PRIZE

$150 Myer e-Gift voucher
8th Prize

46 - 395TH PRIZE

Play For Purpose Terms & Conditions
1. Acceptance of Terms and Conditions
Instructions and information on how to enter the competition form part of these terms and conditions, and entry into the competition is deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions by the person whose name is either completed on the ticket or the person identified as a Gift Recipient and the player in the competition.

Where a ticket in the competition is purchased as a gift for and/or on behalf of another person (Gift Recipient), the purchaser of the ticket is deemed to be acting as an agent for the other person and that person is deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions.

These terms and conditions apply to all entries into and/or prizes in the competition.

2. Type of competition
This competition is a category 3 game conducted pursuant to the Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Act 1999 (Qld). We hold the following permits: QLD Licence Number 158466, NSW Permit Number GOCAU / 2341, VIC Permit Number 10063/22, SA Licence Number M14186, ACT Permit Number R22/00020, TAS Permit Number 84172, NT Permit Number MML1113.

3. The Foundation
The competition is conducted by 50-50 Foundation Limited ACN 161 685 776 as trustee for the 50-50 Foundation ABN 92 944 713 763, Level 4, 190 Edward Street, Brisbane Qld 4000 (the "Foundation"). Further information can be found at

4. Competition period
Entry to the competition opens at 10:00 AM (AEST Time) on 25 March 2022 and closes at 08:00 PM (AEST Time) on 09 June 2022 ("Competition Period").

4.1 AutoPlay Bonus Draws
Customers who have subscribed to receive AutoPlay tickets will receive entry into a monthly bonus draw and up to twelve (12) bonus draws each calendar year. Entry into the AutoPlay Bonus Draws during the Raffle is automatically granted to a customer who signed up during the promotional period as a new AutoPlay Customer or is an existing Active AutoPlay customer at the time of each AutoPlay Bonus Draw.

AutoPlay Bonus Draw 1 opens at 11:15 AM (AEST Time) 25 March 2022 and closes at 11.59 PM (AEST Time) on 27 April 2022. The draw will be conducted at 10:00 AM (AEST Time) on 28 April 2022. The total prize value to eligible AutoPlay members is a $1,000 JB HIFI Gift Voucher.

AutoPlay Bonus Draw 2 opens at 12:00 AM (AEST Time) on 28 April and closes at 11.59 PM (AEST Time) on 25 May 2022. The draw will be conducted at 10:00 AM AEST on 26 May 2022. The total prize value to eligible AutoPlay members is a $1,000 Woolworths Gift Voucher.

Only one (1) entry per eligible customer will be included in each of the bonus draws. Additional tickets/entries are not available for this exclusive draw.

4.2 Early Bird Bonus Draw
Entry into the Early Bird Bonus Draw is automatically granted to a customer with a valid ticket at the time of this bonus draw. The Early Bird Bonus Draw will be conducted on Thursday 5 May 2022 at 10:00 AM (AEST Time).

All valid tickets purchased from the open of the "Competition Period" to 11:59 PM (AEST Time) on Wednesday 4 May 2022 will be entered into the Early Bird Bonus Draw.

The Early Bird Bonus Draw will be one (1) prize consisting of $10,000 Ultimate Gift Card for Home voucher.

5. Eligibility
5.1 Entry is open to residents of Queensland, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania, Northern Territory and South Australia who are 18 years of age or older.

5.2 The following people are not eligible to purchase a ticket and/or win any prizes resulting from this competition:

members of the management committee of the Foundation conducting the competition and members of their immediate families and/or Relatives; or
anyone directly engaged in conducting the draw for the competition and members of their Immediate families and/or Relatives; or
the Foundation itself conducting the competition; or
employees of the Foundation and their Immediate families and/or Relatives
6. How to enter
6.1 Tickets

To enter, players must, during the Competition Period:

Purchase or be gifted one or more tickets in the competition via the website; and
complete the player details required via the online entry form, including selecting the charity or not for profit organisation that they choose to support with the purchase. Tickets cannot be issued unless payment has been confirmed.
6.2 Tickets cost $10. A maximum of 150,000 tickets will be issued for the competition.

6.3 Each valid entry will be included in the draw.

6.4 Gift tickets

A purchaser may purchase tickets as a gift for eligible individuals who are 18 years of age or over. To purchase a ticket a purchaser must provide the Gift Recipient's first name, last name, validated email address and mobile phone number and confirm that the Gift Recipient is over 18 years of age. A ticket must include the legal name of a natural person/s. Tickets cancelled during the Competition Period or refunded for any reason will be ineligible to win. All entries become the property of the Foundation.

7. Prizes
7.1 This is a game of chance and skill plays no part in determining the winners.

7.2 The prizes for the competition are:

Prize Number   Prize Type   Value   Qty   Total Retail Value
1st   First Prize Pack to the value of $250,000 including:      1   
Volkswagen MY22 California Beach TDI340 SWB 7 Spd DSG 4Motion (Candy White/Bay Leaf Green Me Paint)   $118,798      
Gold Bullion   $125,000      
Choice of gift vouchers from some of Australia's leading retailers   $6,202      
$250,000   1   $250,000
2nd   A JB HiFi e-Gift voucher to the value of $15,000   $15,000   1   $15,000
3rd   A Myer e-Gift voucher to the value of $7,500   $7,500   1   $7,500
4th   A Freedom e-Gift voucher to the value of $5,000   $5,000   1   $5,000
5th   A Travel Associates e-Gift voucher to the value of $2,500   $2,500   1   $2,500
6th to 25th   One of 20 x JB HiFi e-Gift vouchers to the value of $500 each   $10,000   20   $10,000
26th to 45th   One of 20 x Myer e-Gift voucher to the value of $150   $3,000   20   $3,000
46th to 395th   One of 350 x Woolworth Wish e-Gift vouchers to the value of $20   $7,000   350   $7,000
TOTAL      395   $300,000
Prize Number   Prize Type   Value   Qty   Total Retail Value
AutoPlay Bonus Draw
Customers who have subscribed to receive AutoPlay tickets will receive entry into a monthly bonus draw and up to twelve (12) bonus draws each calendar year to win a bonus $1,000 gift voucher. Entry into the AutoPlay Bonus Draws during the Raffle is automatically granted to a customer who is an Active at time of draw. AutoPlay Bonus draws in Raffle 15 will be held on 28 April 2022 and 26 May 2022 at 10:00 am (AEST Time). See terms and conditions for full details.

Early Bird Bonus Draw
Customers who have a valid raffle ticket purchased from 12 pm on Friday 25 March 2022 until 11:59 pm AEST on Wednesday 4 May 2022 will be entered into the Early Bird Bonus Draw to win a $10,000 Ultimate Gift Card for Home voucher! Early Bird Draw will be conducted at 10:00 am AEST on Thursday 5 May 2022. See terms and conditions for full details.

7.3 Prize valuations in Australian dollars and are correct at time of publication, and are subject to the following conditions:

Gold Bullion valued at purchase price. If you win gold bullion, you have the option to store the gold with ABC Bullion at no cost or sell part or all of the gold back to ABC Bullion at any time. It is important to remember that the Buy Back price is different to the Sell price of Gold. The Sell and Buy Back prices for gold are listed live and updated on the ABC Bullion website every 5 minutes to most accurately reflect the current market prices. Please note that gold selling costs and market variations do apply when selling the gold bullion and are the responsibility of the winners.
Travel vouchers (if applicable) are issued via Travel Associates. Travel Associates is proudly part of the Flight Centre Travel Group. ABN 20 003 279 534. ATAS Accreditation No: A10412. Voucher is valid for 36 months from the date of issue.
Voucher is redeemable for international and/or domestic packaged product only – booking must include airfare and accommodation.
Voucher is only redeemable with Travel Associates Geelong branch, for travel arrangements booked by Travel Associates. Your Travel Voucher may not be used for payment of credit or retailer accounts.
Voucher value is in Australian dollars only and will be deducted from the total cost of the travel booking upon full payment. Where the cost of purchase exceeds the balance of the Travel Voucher, the excess amount must be paid by another payment method. Credit card fees apply to additional payments.
The Travel Voucher may be redeemed in whole or part during the validity period. Where used in part, no change will be given. Any unused balance may be used against future purchases but will not be refunded or credited when the Travel Voucher expires.
Voucher may not be redeemed or exchanged for cash, traveller's cheques, cash passports or any other form of currency.
Subject to your rights under the Australian Consumer Law, Travel Vouchers are non-refundable.
Travel Vouchers may not, without the prior written consent of FCTG, be resold or offered for resale at a premium (including via online auction or other unauthorised resale sites) or used for advertising, promotion or other commercial purposes (including competitions and trade promotions) or to enhance the demand for other goods or services. If a Travel Voucher is sold or used in breach of this condition, FCTG may in its absolute and sole discretion cancel or render invalid the Travel Voucher without a refund and the Travel Voucher holder may be refused redemption of the Travel Voucher. FCTG will take all reasonable steps to notify you of FCTG's intention to cancel or render invalid a Travel Voucher within a reasonable time before cancelling or rendering invalid the Travel Voucher.
FCTG may cancel or render invalid any Travel Voucher (including any available balance) which FCTG determines in its absolute and sole discretion was purchased at any time and in any way (including via online auction or other unauthorised resale sites) by fraudulent means. FCTG may cancel any bookings made using any fraudulent Travel Voucher which may include any non-refundable amounts. FCTG will not be responsible for any costs incurred by you if you purchase or attempt to redeem any fraudulent Travel Voucher. You acknowledge and agree that you will not be entitled to redeem any available balance on any fraudulent Travel Voucher and that FCTG will not be obliged to hold such balance on file for you or otherwise redeem or exchange that Travel Voucher.
Personal information collected in relation to your Gift Card will be handled in accordance with FCTG's Privacy Policy which is available at or in store.
The laws of Queensland, Australia apply to these terms and conditions and any disputes arising in relation to them.
eGift Vouchers/Gift cards (if applicable) are delivered by Blackhawk Network (Asia Pacific). Each gift card brand and denomination is subject to demand and availability. Therefore, each brand and denomination of gift card may not be available at all times. Each gift card is subject to its own terms and conditions.
Motor vehicles valued at Brisbane drive-away pricing. All vehicle options include on road costs, Dealer Delivery cost, Compulsory Third Party insurance and GST. All prizes are ex-Brisbane. Prize values are based upon the recommended retail prices at the time of licence approval (inclusive of GST). The promoter accepts no responsibility for change in prize value between now and the ultimate prize redemption date.
7.4 If a prize is not available for any reason, the Foundation will reach agreement with the relevant winner about a substitute prize that is similar to the unavailable prize and of the same or greater value, subject to regulatory approval.

7.5 Subject to clause 7.9, the right to a prize is not transferable or assignable to another person, or redeemable for cash.

7.6 Photographs or images are for illustration purposes only and may not depict exact prize detail.

7.7 All other costs associated with the prizes which are not expressly stated to be included, including insurance, duties, and taxes, are the responsibility of the winners.

7.8 Winners will have 12 months from the time of the draw to claim their prize. The Foundation will only transfer the prizes to the person named on the winning ticket (or, where the ticket has been purchased on behalf of a Gift Recipient, to the person named on the ticket as the person it has been "Gifted To"). Transfer of any prize to a winner (including a Gift Recipient) is subject to the production and verification of valid identification and proof that the person is over 18 years of age.

7.9 If a purchaser purchases a ticket on behalf of a Gift Recipient which wins a prize in the competition, the Purchaser irrevocably assigns the right to any prize to the Gift Recipient. For the avoidance of doubt, the parties acknowledge that the Foundation shall be liable for payment of any prizes to the Gift Recipient in the manner contemplated by the terms and conditions for the competition and that any liability for payment of prizes is immediately extinguished when this obligation has been fulfilled by the Foundation.

8. Conduct of the draw
The winning entries will be drawn randomly by computer on Friday 10 June 2022 at 09:00 AM (AEST), at 50-50 Foundation Limited ACN 161 685 776, as trustee for the 50-50 Foundation ABN 92 944 713 763 at Level 8, 180 Ann Street, Brisbane Queensland. The prizes will be drawn in descending order of value. When a winning ticket is drawn, the person named on the ticket (or, where the ticket has been purchased on behalf of a Gift Recipient, the person named on the ticket as the person it has been "Gifted To") will be declared the winner. A representative from Ernst and Young will attend the live draw and act as an independent witness.

9. Prize winners
9.1 The first valid entry drawn for each prize will win the prize. The Foundation's decision as to the result of the draw is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

9.2 By accepting a prize, the winner agrees to participate in and co-operate as required with all reasonable marketing activities relating to the prize.

10. Notification to prize winners
Within 7 days after the draw, the Foundation will attempt to notify the prize winners for the five most valuable prizes by telephone or email, and all other prize winners by email. The Foundation will also publish all major winners' initials and suburb or town in the 'public notices' section of The Australian within 7 days after the draw. The Foundation may also announce or publish the first name and suburb or town of the prize winner in any media, including the Foundation's website.

11. Delivery of prizes
11.1 The prizes will be delivered to the prize winners. Alternatively, a prize winner may elect to collect their prize from the Foundation, but that selection must be made at the time the prize winner is notified of their win.

11.2 The Foundation will not be liable for non-receipt of a prize for any reason.

12. Unclaimed prizes
Any prize that remains unclaimed will be dealt with in accordance with any applicable regulation and any directions given by a responsible authority under any relevant regulation.

In accordance with the ACT Lotteries Act 1964 if a relevant prize is not claimed within 12 months, taking into account the nature of the prize, the 50-50 Foundation will draw another winning ticket or entry. This draw will be conducted in exactly 12 months time by the same method, date, time and place of the current draw.

13. Validity of entries
The Foundation reserves the right, at any time, and in its sole discretion to:

request players to provide proof identity and/or proof of valid entry;
verify the validity of an entry; or
disqualify any player who the Foundation has reason to believe has breached any of these terms and conditions or engaged in any unlawful or other improper conduct or any conduct calculated to jeopardise the fair and proper conduct of the competition.
14. Computer system issues
No responsibility is accepted for late, lost or misdirected entries. The Foundation is not responsible for any problems or technical malfunction of any computer system, software or Internet difficulties, including any damage to a player's computer, resulting from participation in the competition. Any cost associated with accessing or submitting an entry is the player's responsibility.

15. Liability
The Foundation makes no representations or warranties as to the quality, suitability or merchantability of any goods or services offered as part of the competition. The Foundation will not be liable for any loss or damage or personal injury suffered or sustained in relation to the competition or a prize except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law. The Foundation makes no representations or warranties that the portion of the funds intended to be raised in connection with a particular entity will ultimately be received by that particular entity, which may arise, for example, where the entity is in breach of its registration agreement and/or the relevant portion of the funds are not able to be applied for the nominated and stated Approved Charitable Project.

16. Force majeure
If the Foundation is prevented from or delayed in performing an obligation by Force Majeure then the obligation is suspended during, but for no longer than, the period the Force Majeure continues and any further period that is reasonable in the circumstances. "Force Majeure" means an event beyond the reasonable control of the Foundation, which occurs without the fault or negligence of the Foundation.

17. Delay or modification to conduct of the competition
If for any reason this competition is not capable of running as planned, including but not limited to tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud, any technical difficulties or equipment malfunction or any causes beyond the control of the Foundation, which corrupt or affect the administration, security, fairness or integrity or proper conduct of this competition, the Foundation reserves the right in its sole discretion to take any action that may be available, and to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the competition, subject to state regulation.

18. Charities and not for profit organisations
The Foundation has a contract with each of the charities and not-for-profit sporting organisations that appear on the competition websites allowing the Foundation to raise money for them via the competition. At the time of purchase of ticket/s in the competition, each entrant selects one of these organisations and purposes that the entrant chooses to support with the purchase. Once the competition has finished, the Foundation will pay that organisation a minimum of 50% of the price of the ticket/s. If a Retail Partner i.e a Newsagent has referred entrants to the that retailers personalised competition website then the Foundation will pay that Retail partner 10% + GST of the value of each ticket sold through the retailers personalised competition website. Depending on the success of the game there is potentially an additional 0-10% of the price of the ticket to be paid to registered charities and partners of the Foundation. For registered charities, an additional distribution would go directly to them on a pro rata basis based on tickets sold in a particular Raffle. In relation to tickets sold in respect of not-for-profit sporting organisation pursuing an Approved Charitable Project, the balance funds will be split equally between the Australian Sports Foundation and Australian Sports Commission t/a Sport Australia to be applied towards reasonable expenses for promoting the Raffle, related administrative costs, and for Australian Sports Foundation, if any surpluses arise, those surpluses will be applied solely for charitable purposes, which may include Approved Charitable Projects.

The beneficiaries of the Raffle will be:

charities registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission for the charitable purposes of those registered charities; and
for not-for-profit sporting organisations:
for the nominated Approved Charitable Project (as that term is defined in these Terms and Conditions) that appears on the competition websites; or
in circumstances where the nominated Approved Charitable Project that appears on the competition website associated with a particular not-for-profit sporting organisation is unable to be effectuated, then for another Approved Charitable Project nominated by the not-for-profit entity (and subsequently approved) or another purpose similar to one of the Approved Charitable Project,
in accordance with the terms of the applicable registration agreements entered into with the relevant participating registered charities or participating not-for-profit sporting organising raising funds to be applied for Approved Charitable Projects.

The Foundation makes no representations or warranties in relation to the use by the registered charities or not-for-profit sporting organisations of the funds in connection with through the competition.

19. No affiliation
Any product or brand names, logos, images and other trademarks featured or referred to within these terms or conditions or on the Foundation's website are the property of their respective trademark owners. Unless otherwise indicated, these trademark owners are not affiliated with the Foundation and do not sponsor, approve or endorse the Foundation.

20. Changes to terms and conditions
If the Foundation reasonably considers that a change to these terms and conditions is likely to:

benefit players; or
be of no or immaterial detriment to players,
then subject to obtaining approval from the regulator (if applicable), the Foundation can make the change and may place a notification on the Foundation's Play For Purpose website.

21. Privacy collection statement
50-50 Foundation Limited (ACN 161 685 776) as trustee for the 50-50 Foundation ABN 92 944 713 763, (referred to in this document as the Foundation) is a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission that partners with sporting, charitable, and other organisations to conduct charity raffles, art unions, or lotteries (primarily at sporting events) under Australian state and territory charitable gaming laws.

The Foundation respects each individual it deals with and this extends to respecting and protecting personal information. To the extent that the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act), and the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) governs the way in which the Foundation must manage personal information, the purpose of this statement is to advise you that by entering the competition, you consent to the Foundation collecting, using and disclosing, in accordance with the Foundation's privacy policy, various personal information about you, including your name, address, phone number, and email address.

The personal information of a purchaser and/or a Gift Recipient will be collected by way of the competition entry form.

This collection is for the purposes of conducting the competition, locating, verifying, and publishing prize winners, facilitating the Foundation's internal business operations, including internal record keeping and the fulfilment of any legal requirements under charitable gaming laws, analysing the Foundation's goods and services and customer needs with a view to developing new or improved goods and services, providing you with information about the Foundation and the goods and services that the Foundation, or its related entities or organisations that the Foundation has affiliations with, offer that may be of interest to you, and any purpose directly related to any of the above.

If you do not provide the personal information requested, or if the personal information you provide to us is incomplete or inaccurate, the Foundation may not be able to process your entry into the competition or to contact/locate you for delivery of the prize, and the Foundation may be unable to provide you with the information you are seeking.

In order to provide goods and services to you, the Foundation may from time to time disclose your personal information to its employees, contractors, and related and affiliated entities for the purpose of providing its services, operating the Foundation's business, and fulfilling your requests, service providers who assist the Foundation in operating its business (including cloud data storage suppliers, IT suppliers, mail distribution service suppliers, marketing service providers, market research companies, or professional advisors such as lawyers, accountants, and auditors), and any other entity as required or authorised by law (including law enforcement bodies, relevant authorities, and charitable sector or gaming regulators).

The Foundation is not likely to disclose your personal information to overseas recipients, except as permitted by the Privacy Act, unless the Foundation tells you otherwise at the time or, if that is not practicable, as soon as practicable after the personal information is collected.

More detailed information about the way the Foundation uses, discloses and secures your personal information, how you can access and correct that information, and how you can make a complaint about a breach of the APPs can be found in our privacy policy, available by contacting the Foundation at:

Postal address: GPO Box 1066, Brisbane, QLD, 4001



22. Time
All references to time in these terms and conditions are a reference to Australian Eastern Standard Time ("AEST").

23. Licences
The Foundation has obtained the following licences for the competition:

QLD Licence Number: 158466

NSW Licence Number: GOCAU / 2341

TAS Licence Number: 84172

ACT Licence Number: R22/00020

VIC Permit Number: 10063/22

NT Permit Number: MML1113

SA Licence Number: M14186

24. Disputes and survival
24.1 The laws of Queensland apply to the competition and these terms and conditions. Players irrevocably submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Queensland courts in connection with the competition.

24.2 Paragraphs 15, 21 and 24.1 survive termination or expiry of the competition.

25. Definitions
"Gift Recipient" means a person who is at least 18 years of age and named as the player in a competition where another person has purchased the ticket for them as their agent.

"Immediate Family" means a person's spouse and any close family members residing at the same address as a person who is ineligible to purchase a ticket or win a prize in the competition pursuant to clause 5.2 of these terms and conditions (as defined in Schedule 6 of the Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Rule 2010 Qld).

"Player" means the person whose name is either completed on the ticket or the person identified as a Gift Recipient and the player in the competition.

"Relatives" means a close family member connected by blood, marriage or adoption including de facto partners, but not extending beyond the Immediate family (as required under a minor gaming permit in Tasmania)

Play For Purpose Terms of Use
1. Introduction
These terms and conditions are specific to your use of 50-50 Foundation's websites (the "Websites"), including the establishment of an Autoplay functionality, should you wish to do so. They should be read in conjunction with the Terms of each Play For Purpose charity lottery.

2. Our websites
The accessibility and operation of 50-50 Foundation's websites (the "Websites") rely on internet technologies outside of our control. We do not guarantee continuous accessibility, uninterrupted operation or any particular standard of performance of the Websites.
By accessing and using the Websites you signify your acceptance of terms, conditions, notices and disclaimers displayed on or accessible from the Websites. Additional terms, conditions, notices and disclaimers may apply to any person registering with us for the provision of services or entering into any transactions via links from the Websites.
We may from time-to-time close or limit access to the Websites for various reasons including, for example, scheduled downtime.
While considerable care has been taken in compiling and updating the content and information on the Websites we do not guarantee the accuracy of such content and information and as such it is used at your own risk.
From time to time, the Websites may contain links to other internet sites not operated by us. We do not control those sites and as such:
are not responsible for their content; and
these links do not indicate endorsement by us or support of any goods, services or content on those sites.
We cannot and do not guarantee that files available for downloading from the Websites will be free of viruses, or other codes that may corrupt or infect your computer. You are solely responsible for implementing virus checking and other procedures to prevent any such corruption or infection.
We may at any time and without notice amend the help pages and other procedures and explanatory information displayed on or accessible from our Websites. We will provide you with notification on the Websites where we reasonably believe that any variation to these terms of use will cause material detriment to you.
3. Play nice
You must ensure that any content you upload onto the site (including photographs) is not misleading, obscene, untrue, offensive, defamatory or racist and does not breach any law or regulation or any intellectual property rights of a third party or any right or duty owed to a third party. If any of the content you upload is copyright protected, you must obtain the copyright owner’s permission in order to use it.
You must not use the site to promote your business or product or for any purpose other than supporting participating charities.
Play for Purpose reserves the right to amend or remove any content from any page without notice at its sole discretion.
4. Autoplay
If approved for use in the jurisdiction in which you reside, you may set up Autoplay functionality at the time that you offer to purchase an entry in a Play For Purpose charity lottery, provided that you keep your credit card details up to date.
How to set up Autoplay is explained on the Websites.
Autoplay is only available for credit card payments. You cannot activate Autoplay for PayPal payments at this time.
If you activate Autoplay, your selection of entries that you have nominated to purchase using Autoplay will continue until further notice, or until you modify or cancel the Autoplay functionality using the Website.
Autoplay payments operate as follows:
Your nominated credit card will be debited for the cost of the entries you have nominated via Autoplay as soon as practicable upon the launch of each new Play For Purpose charity lottery.
The cost of entries purchased using the Autoplay will be the cost for those entries at the time those entries are automatically purchased which may be different from the cost at the time you set up or last varied your Autoplay.
By establishing the Autoplay functionality, you authorise us charge your nominated credit card to pay for the cost of the entries you have nominated via the Autoplay functionality.
Each charge will appear in your credit card statement with the following description: "Play For Purpose" to the total value of your nominated ticket purchase.
If the credit card details linked to your Accounts are not up to date then your offer to purchase lottery products will not be accepted.
If multiple purchases are rejected for any reason, your Autoplay may be suspended or cancelled.
Each time we process and accept your offer to purchase an entry via Autoplay for a particular Play For Purpose charity lottery, we will send you an email telling you the ticket number and other details relating to your entry into that draw.
We will give you notice by email if your offer to purchase an entry via Autoplay is not accepted.
We will notify you by email of any anomalies that may arise because of a computer system failure which may lead to the non-purchase of an entry via the Autoplay functionality.
Your Responsibilities
You must immediately notify us of any changes to your nominated email address so that it is up to date at all times.
You are able to modify or cancel Autoplay at any time by following the instructions on the Website.
It is your responsibility to manage your Accounts at all times and to make separate prior arrangements to cancel your Accounts and/or Auto play if your circumstances require.
For the avoidance of doubt, Clause 5 of these Terms of Use applies to all entries purchased or sought to be purchased using Autoplay.
Responsible Gambling:
We reserve the rights to deny you the opportunity to use Autoplay and we may withdraw Autoplay from you at any time.
We may in our absolute discretion temporarily or permanently exclude you from using Autoplay if any responsible gambling concerns are raised as a result of your purchasing any or all lottery products or using Autoplay.
5. Cancellations and refunds
You may cancel a ticket purchased in the Play For Purpose charity lottery draw (including tickets purchased via AutoPlay) by contacting us at least 24 hours prior to the draw date and time advertised for that draw.

6. Liability
Nothing in these terms of use affects your rights under the Australian Consumer Law.
Except to the extent that guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law cannot be excluded, we will not be liable to you for any Loss, Claim or Liability arising from or deemed or alleged to have arisen from or caused by the Websites or their content, including without limitation your or any other person's use or misuse of any content on our Websites, your use or your inability to use our Websites, delays in operation or transmission, communication line failures, or any errors or omissions in content save to the extent that such Loss, Claim or Liability arises directly from our negligence or wilful misconduct or that of any of our officers, employees or agents.
To the extent permitted by law, you agree to indemnify us, our officers, employees and agents from and against any Claims, Loss and Liabilities:
arising directly or indirectly out of your use of the Websites and any content on the Websites; or
from any violation by you of these terms of use (including negligent or wrongful conduct by you or any other person accessing the Websites), except for any Loss, Claim or Liability which results directly from our negligence or wilful misconduct or that of our officers, employees or agents.
Failure of the Foundation to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
7. Data and privacy
We may collect "click stream" information (such as areas of our websites you have accessed and the time and date of access) and Doubleclick Adserving information (such as whether a marketing campaign has been effective) from your use of the Websites.
We may also store "cookie" information, such as user preferences relating to the use of the Websites. A cookie is a small data file that may be placed on the computer of a web user (usually in the browser software folder). The information collected is used to customise and improve the Websites. If you do not want us to store cookie information on your computer, you can set your browser to disable this feature. This may mean you will not be able to take full advantage of 50-50 Foundation services offered on the Websites.
Your personal information will be dealt with in accordance with 50-50 Foundation's Privacy Policy which is available here
You will usually be entitled to gain access to information which we hold about you, except in certain circumstances specified by legislation. We may charge a fee for our reasonable costs in providing you with access to your personal information.
8. Intellectual property
Intellectual property does or may subsist in or relate to the content in the Websites, including, but not limited to, copyright, patents and trademarks, whether protectable by statute, at common law or in equity, and whether registered, registrable, or not. We own or are licensed to use that intellectual property in all of the content in the Websites and by accessing and using the Websites, you acknowledge such ownership and/or licence.
No data, file, graphics, images, results or other content in the Websites, including content downloaded from the Websites and material you may receive in connection with the Websites, may be reproduced or distributed without our prior written consent and you agree that you will not in any manner reproduce, modify, adapt, develop, distribute, interfere with, create derivative works from or decompile any such content.
9. Definitions
In these terms of use:
"Australian Consumer Law" means Schedule 2 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).
"AutoPlay functionality" means the automatic purchasing of a specific entry in a series of Play For Purpose charity lotteries according to the settings you request at the time you set it up.
"Claim" means any claim, action, proceeding, litigation, obligation, investigation or demand made against the person concerned however it arises and whether it is present or future, fixed or unascertained, actual or contingent of whatever description.
"Liability" means any debt or other monetary liability or obligation however it arises and whether it is present or future, fixed or unascertained, actual or contingent of whatever description.
"Loss" includes any direct, indirect or consequential loss, loss of chance, damage, Liability, cost or expense however it arises and whether it is present or future, fixed or unascertained, actual or contingent of whatever description.
References to "50-50 Foundation", "us", "our" and "we" are references to 50-50 Foundation Limited (ACN 161 685 776) as trustee for the 50-50 Foundation ABN 92 944 713 763.

"Approved Charitable Purposes" means any of the following:

(Promoting improved health) Promoting improved health in the community by encouraging more people to participate in sport and be more active more often, which includes:
'Come and try' days, expanding programs to reach new participants, funding of new teams or coaches, running new exercise initiatives, upgrading facilities, or providing scholarships to enable and encourage sports participation. The aim is to increase physical activity in the community in order to improve health outcomes;
Initiatives aimed at targeting individuals who are less likely to be involved in the Not-for-profit's existing sporting programs, such as individuals with disabilities, in regional or rural areas, from culturally diverse backgrounds, in older age groups, from low-income households or women and girls;
(Promotion of inclusion and participation by disadvantaged groups) Sports projects to promote inclusion and participation by disadvantaged or marginalized members of the community, which includes:
Open days, 'come and try' days or events designed to attract new participants from disadvantaged or marginalised communities, such as refugees, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, people suffering from mental illness;
Initiatives aiming to increase and promote tolerance and respect in the community by attracting participants from a diverse range of cultural, ethnic or social backgrounds;
Sports scholarships, fee-free or subsidised access to sport for those from low socio-economic backgrounds to participate in sport;
Funding of sports equipment and uniforms to be used by disadvantaged groups or participants that could otherwise not afford to participate in sport;
Training people in coaching, umpiring or refereeing in order to offer sports in a culturally appropriate way to disadvantaged or marginalised groups;
(Upgrade of community sports facilities) Construction, upgrade or maintenance of sporting grounds and sporting facilities for the benefit of local community. In order to be charitable, the sports facilities cannot be limited to only members of a particular Not-for-profit (i.e. a club). These types of projects include:
Improve access to sporting facilities by all members of the community, such as upgrades to bathroom facilities or improved disability access;
Improving grounds and facilities to enable more teams to train or play more often, such as increased regularity of use through synthetic turf, addition/upgrade of floodlights or improved drainage;
(Promoting mental health) Projects aimed at improving or addressing mental health problems in the community through sport;
(Schools or university sports) Projects or scholarships aimed to fund, improve or expand sports programs connected to a school or university, to enable students to participate in sport as part of a well-rounded education. This could include the funding of before and after school sports programs open to students at the local schools or universities;
(Sports history and culture) Projects to record sports history and memorabilia including funding of projects to bring together items of educational or cultural value and which would be of public interest, or, in circumstances where any of the above are unable to be effectuated, then another charitable purpose similar to any of the above.

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