To help understand this legal agreement, two points need to be highlighted. To register for a CITA service, charities must accept the following terms and conditions, as outlined in the legal agreement below. Note that the text is addressed to charities, i.e. the “you” in this text is the charity. The supplier works personally. They are not volunteers as representatives or representatives of their employer (if any) or cITA. CITA`s tasks are limited to choosing from its pool of volunteers the best volunteer (a “voluntary participation service”) to provide services to the client according to the client`s description of the client`s requirement. As a duly accredited representative of the client who wishes to receive certain services that must be provided by a “provider” (a volunteer hired by the CITA portal), it is accepted and it is agreed that it is a condition of the supplier`s commitment as liability in the event of loss or damage caused by the supply or, in whole or in part , is one of the services, as shown below. The provisions of this memorandum are governed by English law. This is a precondition for the free provision of services, on the Charity IT Association (CITA) portal, for those charities (hereafter clients) that receive the services (as defined below) to adopt a memorandum in the following form. If you are not unaware of the importance or effect of any of the provisions of this memorandum, it is recommended that you be advised in law. For the purposes of this Memorandum, “services” are defined as all services provided to the customer, including the provision and advice of equipment and any other type of computer or telephone equipment or media, including software (including networks, networks, data and content manipulation, selection of specialized service providers or service providers). , project management, systemic strategy, candidate adequacy or other services with respect to information technology and governance.