|Agreement: The school/organization, in exchange for consulting services
provided by the Race for Education company, agrees to pay a 20%
commission on the funds received for this event as long as the commission
fee equals or exceeds $1,000.00. The 20% commission fee is based on a
"two-tier structure." 15% of the commission fee covers the organization and
oversight the school's Race for Education during the first year. An
additional 5% is built into the contract because we "give away copyright use"
to the school after the first year. We are the only national jog-a-thon
company that does not require schools to sign a "multi-year contract." As a
result, the total 20% commission includes our services for the first year plus
the free consultation and materials we provide to your school for as many
years as you hold additional Race for Education programs.
In the event that the 20% commission fee is less than $1,000.00, the school
agrees to pay a set fee of $1,000.00 for the consulting services provided by
Race for Education. The fee shall be calculated on the basis of all funds
(except those monies raised by faculty & staff) received for the Race for
Education up until 45 days following the event. However, the commission
amount paid to Race for Education shall not exceed $7,500, regardless of
the total monies raised by the school. The commission check shall be made
payable to Race for Education. In addition, all monies received after 45
days following the Race for Education shall belong to the school, and no
further commission shall be paid.
It is also understood that, following the first year’s Race for Education, the
school/organization will be allowed to conduct all future Race for Education
events without paying a commission or royalty fee. However, in exchange for
this privilege when conducting future Race for Education events, the
school/organization agrees to print copyright information on all the mailers
that are sent to prospective sponsors. Furthermore, in order to avoid
copyright violation, the school/organization will not give away the Race for
Education program to other schools.
In addition, the school/organization agrees to follow the “Guidelines for
Success” requirements in order to ensure the success of Race for
||When a school/organization contacts our office for an
“informational packet,” we will include a written contract
and also a copy of the “Guidelines for Success” document.