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Cif Re-Kicks T&Cs

Please read our T&Cs below

Terms and Conditions for Cif Re-Kicks Donation Campaign

1. The Promoter

  • Unilever Ltd, 3 St James Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2BA (the “Promoter”).

2. The Campaign

  • This promotion is open to residents of Great Britain aged 18 or over.

  • The collection of second hand football boots for the campaign will commence from 09:00 BST on 22 April 2024 and close when 1500 pairs of boots have been donated, and no later than 23:59 BST on 15 August 2024.

3. Donate your used football boots through one of two methods:

  • Complete the webform at https://www.cifclean.co.uk/cifre-kicks to receive a pre-paid postage bag. Please post the package at Royal Mail UK drop off points; or

  • Donate at participating football club charity and non-profit organisation partners, with designated drop off points listed on the Cif.co.uk website.

  • Participating collection partners include Aberdeen FC Community Trust, Bradford City FC Community Foundation, Bristol Rovers Community Trust, Dundee United Community Trust, Northampton Town FC Community Trust, QPR Community Trust, Rotherham United Community Trust, Salford City Foundation 92, Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme and Wolves Foundation.

  • The boots will be cleaned with Cif cream and boots will be cleaned with Cif Cream and distributed to participating football club charities and non-profit organisations, to be provided to young people in need of football boots.

  • The Promoter reserves the right to close the webform for donations before 31 May 2024 in the event that 1500 pairs of donated boots are received before then. The webform at https://www.cifclean.co.uk/cifre-kicks will be updated if the Promoter closes the form for donations prior to 31 May 2024.

4. Boots

  • All boots will be professionally sanitised to mitigate risk of infection. Boots will be cleaned by a certified cleaning partner who professionally cleans shoes.

  • Total boots collected for cleaning and distribution will be limited to 1,500 pairs. In the event of an over-supply of boots, these will be provided to the local recycling point, located at Blackstock Road, Gleadless, Sheffield, S14 1FY.

  • There is no limit of donations of boots per donor, however for donors wishing to donate multiple pairs of boots via postage, the entry form will need to be completed multiple times. Only one prepaid postage bag, large enough to contain one pair of boots will be sent with each entry. Entries on behalf of another person will be accepted.

  • The Promoter will not accept or distribute boots that:

a. are structurally damaged;

b. are missing studs or laces; or

c. have broken soles or uppers.

  • The campaign will accept football boot donations from all residents in Great Britain aged 18 years or over, with no limitations on the size, gender, make or style of the boots.

  • Children under the age of 18 should consult with a parent or guardian if they wish to provide their boots to the initiative.

5. Eligibility to receive boots

  • Participating football club and non-profit organisation partners are solely responsible for decisions about eligibility to receive donated football boots once cleaned. The Promoter does not take responsibility for the clean boots once redistributed to the participating football club and non-profit organisation partners.

  • Anyone wishing to receive a pair donated boots shall contact participating football club and non-profit organisation partners directly to determine their eligibility.

  • Recipients that receive the clean boots are not entitled to new or different pairs if they are not satisfied with what they are supplied with, nor are they entitled to any refunds or cash payment alternatives.

  • Participating distribution partners include Aberdeen FC Community Trust, Bradford City FC Community Foundation, Bristol Rovers Community Trust, Dundee United Community Trust, Northampton Town FC Community Trust, QPR Community Trust, Rotherham United Community Trust, Salford City Foundation 92, Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme, Wolves Foundation, Street Soccer Scotland and The St Matthews Project.

  • Following re-distribution, the Promoter will not be responsible for:

a. Any injury or harm that may arise from wearing the clean boots; and

b. Fixing, mending or re-cleaning the clean boots that may arise after use.

6. Postage

a. includes Royal Mail UK 2nd Class standard delivery for a small parcel; and

b. is limited to Great Britain only.

7. Ownership of Boots

  • All boots provided to the Promoter will become the property of the Promoter on receipt and will not be returned, nor no monetary refund, or any reimbursement of that nature will be provided if they wish to no longer be included in the project.

  • Images of the boots may be used by the Promoter for publicity.

8. Data protection and publicity

9. General

  • If there is any reason to believe that there has been a breach of these terms and conditions, the Promoter may, at its sole discretion, reserve the right to exclude you from participating in the campaign.

  • By participating in this promotion, you agree to release, discharge and hold us harmless from any and all injuries, liability, losses and damages of any kind resulting from your participation in this promotion (save that nothing shall limit our liability for fraud, or for death or personal injury caused by our negligence).

  • These terms and conditions and any issues or disputes which may arise out of or in connection with these terms and conditions (whether such disputes or issues are contractual or non-contractual in nature, such as claims in tort, for breach of statute or regulation or otherwise) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. Donators hereby irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts to settle any such dispute or issues.