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$70,681 Amount raised for nonprofits
$3,734 Amount raised to care for children in need
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United Community donates 30% of its earnings to feed children around the world through a partnership with World Vision.

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Our Mission

  • Doing to others as
    you would have
    them do to you.
  • Adding value to the
    lives of others
  • Living with love, kindness,
    and forgiveness, freeing
    us to be alive and joyful!
  • Moving foward knowing
    that God will bless our work
    in a way that's best for all.
  • Loving our work with the
    Father, ecstatically ready
    to serve another day!

In December 2009 the idea for United Community came to the mind of founder Josh Mallmann while reading “Forbes – Greatest Business Stories of All-Time” by Daniel Gross. The concept from the book about bringing together a network of businesses for the betterment of the community was intriguing to Josh, resulting in pursuing the idea further and contacting long-time friend, David Meyers.

David and Josh continued their work on the concept of the business, taking the business through different phases until they landed upon the exact version of the program they wanted to offer, namely helping local business owners and supporting nonprofits in order to feed children around the world. It was during this phase that the prototype of the program was launched in Chilton, WI in January 2011.

With just a few local businesses and the support of trusting fundraisers, the company began and experienced much success. While the initial concept has seen much change since its original inception, United Community’s intention to serve others has remained the same. It has grown throughout Wisconsin and New Hampshire and soon to be a nationwide enterprise, serving local business owners, assisting community causes and fundraisers, and feeding children around the world. We are blessed to be in this line of work!

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Annual child sponsorships

It is our mission to feed and care for the 140 million orphans around the world who are without parents, without food, without clean water, without security, without medical treatment, without love, and without much hope. Together we can help them.

Together we can provide food and clean water and medical treatment, together we can offer the security they desperately need, together we can show them our love, together we can show them how much we care, together we can provide them with the hope of a brighter future through education, and together we can give them the ability to help others! This is all possible.

There is an abundance of opportunity available to all who see this vision and are willing to be part of it. We seek to serve and improve the quality of life for every single person who is involved in the United Community program, including local business owners, fundraisers, card members, and children around the world.

United Community offers hope for the hopeless. It shines of a better day when unity and harmony and the sharing of resources will be the norm rather than the exception. It shines of a day when we will all see ourselves in the suffering and oppressed and extend our arms in helping support. It shines of a day of justice when the earth will be restored to its original state of wholeness.

Something greater than ourselves is bringing this dream into reality. There is a tremendous Spirit inside of all of us that enables us to do all things. Thank you for your involvement, thank you for sharing in the mission, and thank you for your support. Every contribution you're making is bringing this vision into reality. We wish you many blessings!

David Meyers Profile

David Meyers Founder & CEO

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  • Hobby: Playing Sports
  • Favorite Movie: American Beauty
  • Favorite Song: I Will Rise by Chris Tomlin

David is an individual you’d like to partner with, whether in work, faith, or life. An all-around class individual, David prides himself on excellence and integrity, dating back to his early days as valedictorian of his high school class and top in his accounting class at UW-Madison.

After a brief stint with Ernst & Young in 2005, David began his eight year working career with Freedom Personal Development, a multi-million dollar training company based throughout the entire US. Acting as Chief Financial Officer, David was quickly appointed to Chief Operating Officer, overseeing all finances and operations. While experimenting in sales to broaden his company-wide perspective, David experienced tremendous success.

Blessed with the vision and partnership of a friend (co-founder Josh Mallmann), David and Josh have built United Community from the ground up and are honored to provide an opportunity for team members across the country to open and run their own businesses. They are humbled to assist communities, help local business owners, raise funds for organizations, and feed children around the world.

Over the course of his work, David has been the recipient of two separate character awards voted on by his peers, including the honorary Paula Lutz Memorial Scholarship (awarded to the individual who best exemplifies a love and respect for all life) and the Josh Kestelman Award (awarded to the individual who most inspires his peers to live an excellent life).

Both of these awards are overshadowed by his true love for life in the areas of faith and family. When away from the office, David enjoys camping, nature, reading, athletics, helping others, time with his wonderful wife and kids, and worshipping the God who created him. Many blessings to you!

Favorite Quote

"You must be the change you wish to see in the world."

- Gandhi
Josh Mallmann Profile

Josh Mallmann Founder & COO

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  • Hobby: Camping
  • Favorite Movie: The Shawshank Redemption
  • Favorite Song: Slide by the Goo Goo Dolls

Josh Mallmann is a man of integrity and reliability, humbly passionate to help others. Whether he's helping others start their own businesses, consulting with current business owners, being present for his family, or serving in the community, it's his family values, utmost integrity, and spiritual beliefs that are the driving forces behind his actions.

In addition to his character values, Josh understands the value of hard work, dating back to the age of 11 when he started his first job and continued working throughout high school. Highly motivated and passionate to make a difference in the lives of others, Josh began his own real estate investment company at the age of 19, successfully owning and operating more than $1 million in property and making the dream of home ownership a reality for many.

As opportunity knocked, Josh pursued an opportunity in a commercial insurance agency where he was top in sales over a 3 year period and was offered a position as owner within the company. During his tenure with the agency, Josh not only grew his book of business to nearly $1 million, he also proudly maintained a 100% retention rate among commercial clients, serving his clients with honesty, excellence, and helpfulness.

With a strong desire to make a difference in the world, Josh and long-time friend and co-founder, David Meyers, combined their experience and passion to form United Community. He is truly honored to be surrounded by such great individuals who share the same vision, enthusiasm, and moral compass. Every day is a blessing as he gets to watch his vision come true, changing lives for the better.

Along the journey of life, Josh has great support from his wife Ashley. He is often found hiking, camping, spending time with extended family, watching inspiring movies, and enjoying dinner with friends. He is excited to share this tremendous life with all those around him, including you!

Favorite Quote

"A sense of purpose comes from feeling useful; from feeling
that our efforts in some way contribute to something larger."

- Simon Sinek
Jason Heiberger Profile

Jason Heiberger Marketing Director

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  • Hobby: Reading/Traveling/Learning
  • Favorite Movie: Braveheart
  • Favorite Song: Litany of the Saints

From self-taught designer to entrepreneur, Jason has combined a multitude of diverse skills with eternal optimism, positivity, and drive to become a valuable member of United Community.

Jason joined United Community in 2012 after switching from a career in graphic design. Blessed with an artistic hand, winning awards and competitions for his designs have been commonplace throughout Jason's life, dating back to middle school. In addition to Jason's expertise in design, he studied business and marketing while in college to combine his graphic skills with the business world. During college, Jason also started a venture in real estate, partnering with his father to bring quality housing to college students.

Post-college and 3 years in the property management and real estate field, Jason ran the marketing, sales, and design of Christel & Heiberger Builders, Inc. His father's business (that's where he got the entrepreneurial bug), Jason had prepared to someday take the reins, but his heart was elsewhere. From the company’s marketing and design work, Jason was lonely for graphic design and started his own design and marketing company. While running his own company, Jason was introduced to United Community (one of his clients), and he found his heart leaning toward the purpose and mission of United Community. Today Jason's excitement isn't just about what he can bring to United Community, but in being part of a company that brings so much to others.

To Jason, faith and family are number one. Spending time with the love of his life, Angeline, ranks the top of his activities while he also enjoys reading, traveling, golfing--any outdoors activity, really--and volunteering at church.

Favorite Quote

"Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies."

- Mother Theresa
Jill Troia Profile

Jill Troia Wisconsin Regional Director

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  • Hobby: Spending time with family and being active
  • Favorite Movie: 'Man on Fire' and most comedies
  • Favorite Song: Anything by Brett Dennan or similar

Jill is an individual with constant positive energy, always able to look at the bright side of things and bring a smile to those around her.

In 2013, Jill moved back to Wisconsin to join the United Community team. After many distant phone conversations about the company with her brother and co-founder, Josh Mallmann, she realized that her heart was with United Community. She wanted to get more involved and spend everyday taking part in the mission to impact change in the community and the world. Her compassion, great work ethic and trustworthiness are a great addition to the team.

Prior to United Community, Jill earned her MBA in one year while working full-time in the advertising world. Her focus and hard work earned her a job in account services at a top-notch advertising agency in Omaha, Nebraska – managing and creating marketing communication plans for clients such as Allstate, Healthways, McKesson and TD Ameritrade. Jill’s experience allows her to provide the utmost service to our partnering nonprofits and businesses, while adding marketing expertise to all realms of United Community.

When Jill is not with her United Community family, she is spending quality time with her loving and supportive husband, Joe. Often times you’ll find them making memories with family and friends, watching a good movie, breaking a sweat at the gym, enjoying the outdoors or traveling between Wisconsin and Omaha, Nebraska (Joe’s hometown).

Favorite Quote

"If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?"

- Steve Jobs
David Denis Profile

David Denis New Hampshire Regional Director

bio
  • Hobby: Lifting heavy things
  • Favorite Movie: Legends of the Fall
  • Favorite Song: Lydia the Tattooed Lady

David comes to the United Community Team with solid back-ground in sales, communication and training. His achievements as a speaker, recruiter and team leader make him well-suited for building United Community’s Northeast Territory.

David started his business career in college, selling books door-to-door to pay tuition. His third summer he hired, trained and managed a Top 10 team in his division.

For 9 years he worked for one of the largest furniture retailers in the country as a Training Writer. David created and maintained training materials for 1000 salespeople. He also conducted sales training for new hires (50 new salespeople per month), training in product and customer service.

In 1996, after walking from Georgia to Maine on the Appalachian Trail, David accepted the position of Director of Training with a smaller furniture retailer. Operating as a one-man show, David developed and executed a new training program from scratch, resulting in $500,000 in sales in the store’s 4 day grand opening -- a company record.

In 2003 David began work as a professional speaker, providing training to sales-oriented businesses in New England. In the first full year, David won the Speaker of the Year Award. Over his 7 year tenure with the company, David taught numerous workshops and was one of the top rated instructors.

In 2009 David traded the travel and schedule of a professional speaking career to start a new business as a Freelance Commercial Writer. Through cold prospecting and online marketing, David developed a solid practice serving some 24 clients on more than 60 projects in 2 years.

David lives in central New Hampshire with his wife and 2 daughters. He enjoys walking long distances in remote places and lifting heavy objects for no particular reason.

Favorite Quote

“Adventures are never fun while you're having them.”

C.S. Lewis, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
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LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. Under no circumstances shall United Community LLC be liable for any damages suffered by you, including any incidental, special, or consequential damages (including, without limitation, any lost profits or damages for business interruption, loss of information, programs or other data) that result from access to, use of, or inability to use this site or due to any breach of security associated with the transmission of information through the internet, even if United Community LLC was advised of the possibility of such damages.


PRIVACY. Protecting the privacy of our clients and users of our Sites is important to United Community LLC. The United Community LLC Web Site Privacy Policy describes how we use and protect information you provide to us.


SECURITY. Data transmitted to and from United Community LLC’s client Sites is selectively encrypted for the user's protection. However, the security of information transmitted through the Internet can never be guaranteed. United Community LLC is not responsible for any interception or interruption of any communications through the Internet or for changes to or losses of data. User is responsible for maintaining the security of any password, user ID, or other form of authentication involved in obtaining access to password protected or secure areas of United Community LLC’s sites. In order to protect you and your data, United Community LLC may suspend your use of a client site, without notice, pending an investigation, if any breach of security is suspected.


TRANSMISSION OF PERSONAL DATA. User acknowledges and agrees that by providing United Community LLC with any personal information through the Site, User consents to the transmission of such personal user information over international borders as necessary for processing in accordance with United Community LLC standard business practices and the United Community LLC Web Site Privacy Policy.


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USE OF INFORMATION. All information submitted by the user or gathered by United Community LLC during the user’s involvement in the United Community Program, including but not limited to logos and results in the program, can be used and published by United Community LLC on its website at www.ucmission.com, promotional materials and articles, and other publications.


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NONCOMPETITION AGREEMENT

United Community, LLC ("Company") and contractor ("Contractor"), desiring to set forth their understandings regarding Contractor’s restrictions from competing against Company, agree as follows:


1. CONSIDERATION: Contractor’s initial contract and the materials, information, and tools provided by United Community, LLC to assist the Contractor in running his or her business constitute consideration for this Noncompetition Agreement ("Agreement"), and executing this Agreement is a condition of receiving the contract. Contractor acknowledges that this consideration is sufficient to compensate Contractor fully and adequately for agreeing to the restrictions contained herein.


2. DEFINITIONS: The following definitions apply to restrictions contained in this Agreement.


  1. "Noncompete Period" shall mean the twelve month period following the termination of Contractor’s contract with Company.
  2. "Active Customer" shall mean [i] any customer that Contractor personally solicited or serviced on behalf of Company during the Measurement Period, or [ii] any customer about whom Contractor received Confidential Information during the Measurement Period.
  3. "Measurement Period" shall mean the 24 month period preceding the termination of Contractor’s contract with Company, or a period of time equivalent to the length of Contractor’s contract with Company if Contractor’s contract with the Company was for fewer than 24 months.
  4. "Direct Competitor" shall mean any competitor located in the United States that offers services competitive with Company services in the same or substantially similar industry as Company and solicits the same or substantially similar customers as Company.
  5. "Confidential Information" means confidential and proprietary information, to the extent it is not a trade secret, that is possessed by or developed for Company and/or its related entities and that relates to the business or technology of Company and/or its related entities, including but not limited to software code, methods, procedures, processes, techniques, designs, job organization systems, business plans and strategies, existing or proposed projects, financial or business projections, investments, marketing plans, pricing and cost information, negotiation strategies, training information and materials, Company compensation and other Company contractor info, customer data, information stored or developed for the Company in or with computers, and other similar confidential and proprietary information. Confidential Information also includes information received by Company from others which Company has an obligation to treat as confidential, including information obtained in connection with customers. Confidential Information shall not include information that is or becomes available to the public through no wrongful act or omission of Contractor or any other person under a duty of confidentiality to Company.
  6. "Company Product or Service" is a product or service produced or offered by Company for which Contractor had product research and development, production management, corporate development, channel sales, channel development, customer service, sales and/or marketing responsibility, or about which Contractor acquired Confidential Information during the Measurement Period.

3. NONCOMPETITION: Contractor agrees as follows:


  1. During Term of Relationship. During Contractor’s contract relationship with Company, Contractor will not, in any capacity, participate in, provide assistance to, or have a financial or other interest in any activity or other enterprise which competes with Company. The ownership of less than a 5% interest in a corporation or other entity whose securities are traded in a recognized stock exchange or traded in the over-the-counter market, even though that corporation or other entity may be a competitor of Company, shall not be deemed financial participation in a competitor.
  2. Upon Termination of Relationship. Commencing on the termination of Contractor’s contract with Company and during the Noncompete Period, Contractor will not, directly or indirectly, contact, solicit or service any Active Customer for the purpose of providing products or services competitive to those provided by Contractor on behalf of Company to such Active Customer during the Measurement Period. This prohibition does not apply, however, to competitive Company products or services the Company either no longer provides or markets.

4. NONCOMPETITION – DIRECT COMPETITORS: Contractor agrees that:


  1. During the Noncompete Period, Contractor will not, without the prior written consent of Company, either directly or indirectly, perform duties and responsibilities for a Direct Competitor relating to the product research and development, production management, corporate development, channel sales, channel development, customer service, sales and/or marketing of a product or service competitive with a Company Product or Service.
  2. During the Noncompete Period, Contractor will not, without the prior written consent of Company, either directly or indirectly, perform duties and responsibilities for a Direct Competitor that are similar to duties and responsibilities Contractor performed for Company during the Measurement Period.

5. NONINTERFERENCE WITH EXISTING RELATIONSHIPS: During Contractor’s contract with Company and continuing throughout the Noncompete Period Contractor will not, directly or indirectly, request or advise any Active Customer or suppliers or vendors of Company who currently have, or have had, business relationships with Company during the Measurement Period, to withdraw, curtail or cancel any of their business or relations with Company.


6. PIRATING CONTRACTORS OR EMPLOYEES: During Contractor’s contract with Company and continuing throughout the Noncompete Period, Contractor will not, directly or indirectly, induce or attempt to induce any contractor or employee of the Company with whom Contractor had contact during the Measurement Period to terminate his or her relationships or breach any of his or her agreements with Company. Nothing in this Agreement shall otherwise prohibit Contractor’s future employer from hiring Company's employees or developing relationships with contractors of the Company without Contractor's direct or indirect involvement.


7. SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE: Contractor acknowledges and agrees that irreparable injury to Company may result in the event that Contractor breaches any covenant in this Agreement, and that the remedy at law for the breach of any such covenant will be inadequate. If Contractor engages in any act in violation of any provision of paragraph 3, 4, 5 or 6, Contractor agrees that Company shall be entitled, in addition to such other remedies and damages that may be available to it by law or under this Agreement, to injunctive relief to enforce such provisions without the necessity of posting a bond.


8. MISCELLANEOUS:


  1. This Agreement does not constitute a guarantee of contract. Either party may terminate the contract relationship at any time and for any reason. Termination of contract shall not affect the enforceability of this Agreement.
  2. All provisions in this Agreement, including subparagraphs, are severable, and the unenforceability of any provision shall not affect the enforceability of any other provision. The parties agree that each covenant contained in paragraph 3, 4, 5, and 6 is separate and independent. The parties have attempted to limit the Agreement so that it only applies to the extent necessary to protect legitimate business and property interests.
  3. Company may assign this Agreement to a successor entity without notification to, or the consent of, Contractor. This Agreement shall be binding upon Contractor, and shall inure to the benefit of Company, its successors and assigns.
  4. The failure by Company to enforce any right or remedy available to it under this Agreement shall not be construed to be a waiver of such right or remedy with respect to any other prior, concurrent or subsequent breach or failure. No waiver of rights under this Agreement shall be effective unless made in writing with specific reference to this Agreement.
  5. Contractor agrees that Company may notify any third party about Contractor’s obligations under this Agreement (and furnish a copy of this Agreement to such third party) during the Noncompete Period. Upon Company's request during the Noncompete Period, Contractor agrees to provide Company with information, including but not limited to, supplying details of Contractor’s subsequent employment or contracts sufficient to verify that Contractor has not breached, or is not breaching, any covenant in this Agreement.
  6. The parties agree that the restrictions contained in this Agreement will not prevent Contractor from working in the same industry as Company in Wisconsin or in any other area.
  7. Contractor acknowledges and agrees that Contractor has carefully read this Agreement, understands its contents, has been given the opportunity to ask any questions concerning the Agreement and its contents, and has signed this Agreement as Contractor’s free and voluntary act.
  8. This Agreement shall be governed by, construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin, without regard to choice of law principles. Any controversy between Contractor and the Company arising under or relating to this Agreement shall be determined by the Circuit Court of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, and the parties agree not to present any such controversy to any other court or forum. The parties expressly consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
  9. This Agreement is the complete and exclusive statement between the parties regarding the subject matter hereof, which supersedes all proposals or prior agreements, oral or written, and all other communications between the parties relating to the subject matter of this Agreement.

CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT

United Community, LLC ("Company") and contractor ("Contractor"), desiring to set forth their understandings regarding Contractor’s restrictions from using and disclosing the confidential or proprietary information of Company, agree as follows:


1. CONSIDERATION: Contractor’s initial contracted work constitutes consideration for this Confidentiality Agreement ("Agreement"), and executing this Agreement is a condition of the contract. Contractor acknowledges that this consideration is sufficient to compensate Contractor fully and adequately for agreeing to the restrictions contained herein.


2. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION AND TRADE SECRETS:


  1. Definitions: For purposes of this Agreement, "Confidential Information" means confidential and proprietary information, to the extent it is not a trade secret, that is possessed by or developed for Company and/or its related entities and that relates to the business or technology of Company and/or its related entities, including but not limited to software code, methods, products, procedures, processes, techniques, designs, job organization systems, business plans and strategies, existing or proposed projects, financial or business projections, investments, marketing plans, pricing and cost information, negotiation strategies, training information and materials, Company compensation and other Company employee or contractor information, customer data, information stored or developed for the Company in or with computers, and other similar confidential and proprietary information. Confidential Information also includes information received by Company from others which Company has an obligation to treat as confidential, including information obtained in connection with customer engagements. Confidential Information shall not include information that is or becomes available to the public through no wrongful act or omission of Contractor or any other person under a duty of confidentiality to Company.
  2. Nondisclosure: Contractor agrees that during the term of Contractor’s contract with Company and until the first to occur of (i) such time as the Confidential Information becomes generally available to the public through no fault of Contractor or any other person under a duty of confidentiality to Company, (ii) such time as the Confidential Information no longer provides a benefit to Company, or (iii) the third anniversary of the termination of Contractor’s contract with Company, Contractor will not, directly or indirectly, in any capacity, use or disclose, or cause to be used or disclosed, in any geographic area in which such use or disclosure could harm the existing or potential business interests of Company, any Confidential Information. This provision does not prohibit Contractor's use of general skills acquired prior to or during contracted period with Company, as long as such use does not involve the use or disclosure of Confidential Information or Company trade secrets. Contractor may not disclose at any time, without Company's written consent, any confidential or proprietary information received from a customer, business partner or other third party which the Company has agreed to keep confidential.

3. TRADE SECRETS: Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 2, the parties agree that nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to limit or negate any statutory or common law of torts or trade secrets, where such law provides Company with broader protection than that provided in this Agreement. During Contractor’s contracted period with Company, Contractor shall do what is reasonably necessary to prevent misappropriation or unauthorized disclosure of the trade secrets of Company. After termination of the contracted period, Contractor shall not use or disclose the trade secrets of Company or third party whose trade secrets Contractor was privy to during his/her contract period with Company as long as they remain trade secrets.


4. RETURN OF COMPANY PROPERTY: Contractor represents and agrees that, at any time upon the request of Company or upon Contractor’s termination of contract with Company for any reason, Contractor shall return in workable condition to Company all Company records, files, keys, keyless entry cards, documents, confidential or proprietary information, computer equipment, CDs, computer software programs, and any other property or equipment owned by or belonging to Company in Contractor’s possession or under Contractor’s control, without any originals or copies being kept by Contractor or conveyed to any other person.


5. SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE: Contractor acknowledges and agrees that irreparable injury to Company may result in the event that Contractor breaches any covenant in this Agreement, and that the remedy at law for the breach of any such covenant will be inadequate. If Contractor engages in any act in violation of any provision of paragraph 2(b), 3 or 4, Contractor agrees that Company shall be entitled, in addition to such other remedies and damages that may be available to it by law or under this Agreement, to injunctive relief to enforce such provisions without the necessity of posting a bond.


6. MISCELLANEOUS:


  1. This Agreement does not constitute a guarantee of contract between Contractor and Company. Either party may terminate the contract relationship at any time and for any reason. Termination of contract shall not affect the enforceability of this Agreement.
  2. All provisions in this Agreement, including subparagraphs, are severable, and the unenforceability of any provision shall not affect the enforceability of any other provision. The parties agree that each covenant contained in paragraph 2(b), 3 and 4 is separate and independent.
  3. Company may assign this Agreement to a successor entity without notification to, or the consent of, Contractor. This Agreement shall be binding upon Contractor, and shall inure to the benefit of Company, its successors and assigns.
  4. The failure by Company to enforce any right or remedy available to it under this Agreement shall not be construed to be a waiver of such right or remedy with respect to any other prior, concurrent or subsequent breach or failure. No waiver of rights under this Agreement shall be effective unless made in writing with specific reference to this Agreement.
  5. Contractor agrees that Company may notify any third party about Contractor’s obligations under this Agreement (and furnish a copy of this Agreement to such third party) until the first to occur of (i) such time as the Confidential Information becomes generally available to the public through no fault of Contractor or any other person under a duty of confidentiality to Company, (ii) such time as the Confidential Information no longer provides a benefit to Company, or (iii) the third anniversary of the termination of Contractor’s contract with Company (the "Period"). Upon Company's request during the Period, Contractor agrees to provide Company with information, including but not limited to, supplying details of Contractor’s subsequent employment or contracts sufficient to verify that Contractor has not breached, or is not breaching, any covenant in this Agreement.
  6. The parties agree that the restrictions contained in this Agreement will not prevent Contractor from working in the same industry as Company in Wisconsin or in any other area.
  7. Contractor acknowledges and agrees that Contractor has carefully read this Agreement, understands its contents, has been given the opportunity to ask any questions concerning the Agreement and its contents, and has signed this Agreement as Contractor’s free and voluntary act.
  8. This Agreement shall be governed by, construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin, without regard to choice of law principles. Any controversy between Contractor and the Company arising under or relating to this Agreement shall be determined by the Circuit Court of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, and the parties agree not to present any such controversy to any other court or forum. The parties expressly consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Circuit Court of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin.
  9. This Agreement is the complete and exclusive statement between the parties regarding the subject matter hereof, which supersedes all proposals or prior agreements, oral or written, and all other communications between the parties relating to the subject matter of this Agreement.
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By participating in the United Community Program, you agree to the following terms and conditions:


1. United Community Program: The United Community program (herein referred to as “The Program”) is a rebate program whereby participating merchants are offering rebates to you and other members in The Program on purchases you make at their businesses with any registered Visa or MasterCard debit or credit cards.


2. Credit Card Registration: You have the right to register debit and credit cards that are listed in your name. You are not allowed to enter debit or credit cards of others into your account. Purchases made with registered Visa or MasterCard debit or credit cards that are used with a PIN may not be accepted in the program.


3. Written Agreement: These terms serve as a written agreement between you and United Community LLC and the merchants participating in the program. These terms and your selections made during the online enrollment process, and subsequent changes you make through your online account, serve as a written agreement between you and the nonprofit organizations to which you voluntarily elect to donate a portion of your rebates during your participation in The Program.


4. Voluntary Participation: You are voluntarily choosing to participate in The Program. You are not required in any way to purchase any amount of goods or services through participation in The Program, either by United Community LLC or the nonprofit organizations to which you have chosen to donate a portion of your rebates.


5. Voluntary Donation: Based on your selections in the online enrollment process and the subsequent changes you make through your online account, you are voluntarily electing to donate a portion of your rebates (35% or 70%) to the nonprofit organizations you have selected and an additional 5% of your rebates to World Vision’s Child Sponsorship Program, both of which otherwise could have been received as a cash rebate to you by contacting United Community LLC. These donations shall be considered donated as of the time of purchase and shall be considered the property of the nonprofit organizations at that time. You affirm you are receiving nothing in exchange for your donation nor has any nonprofit organization or United Community LLC specified that a certain percentage of your rebates must be donated to them.


6. Rebate Management: You authorize United Community LLC to manage your rebates and fulfill your selections made through your online enrollment process and your online account, including donating your rebates to your chosen nonprofit organizations in accordance with the agreements United Community LLC has with those nonprofit organizations. Any of your rebates not donated, less any associated fees, shall accrue in your United Community account managed by United Community LLC. United Community LLC may invest undisbursed rebates, and income resulting from such investment shall be the property of United Community LLC.


7. Rebate Management: Your rebates not donated, less any associated fees, shall accrue in an account managed by United Community LLC. You may redeem those rebates, up to an amount not to exceed the lesser of your balance as of the end of the month in which your balance met or exceeded $20 or your balance as of the time of redemption, via an online redemption process inside your account at www.ucmission.com twenty-five days from the close of the month in which your account balance, less any associated fees, met or exceeded $20, provided that your rebate balance less any associated fees on the day of redemption is equal to or greater than $20. You shall receive your redemption amount via ACH within 31 days from the close of the month in which your redemption occurred.


8. ACH Failure: Should an ACH rebate disbursement to your bank account fail due to an incorrect routing number, account number, account type, or name, or for any other reason, the rebates which were attempted to be disbursed, less an $8 service charge and any other fees incurred by United Community LLC as a result of the failed ACH disbursement, shall be placed back into your United Community account within 10 days of United Community LLC being notified by its bank of the ACH failure. Should you enter an incorrect account number or routing number during the redemption process, and as a result your rebates are disbursed to another individual or entity, United Community LLC shall attempt to reverse the transfer and place the rebates back into your United Community account, less any associated fees. However, in the event of an unsuccessful reversal, the rebates shall be treated as disbursed from your United Community account.


9. Administration Fee: By participating in the program, 25% of your rebates, while originally owned and received by you, shall be paid to United Community LLC for its administration of The Program.


10. Merchant Failure to Pay: If a merchant in the United Community program fails to pay the rebate amount you earned to United Community LLC, those rebates shall be treated as not earned. Thus, no amount shall be donated to any nonprofit organization, no rebates shall accrue in your United Community account, and no administration fee shall apply on those purchases. You agree to hold harmless United Community LLC for any losses that may result from such a failure to pay by the merchants.


11. Term: This Agreement shall remain in effect until, through written means, you notify United Community LLC of your election to end your involvement in the United Community program, United Community LLC ends your involvement in the program due to malicious use of the program or other reason as deemed by United Community LLC, your death, or no rebates have been earned by you in the program for three years.


12. Forfeited Rebates: In the case of your termination in the program due to any reason listed above, all undisbursed rebates in your United Community account shall be forfeited and become the possession of United Community LLC.


13. Electronic Delivery: You agree to receive your monthly statements and notifications inside your online account at www.ucmission.com and/or via email to the email address on file.


14. Secure Information: You understand that personal information stored in your online account at www.ucmission.com, such as your credit cards, debit cards, and bank account information, is meant to be secure. United Community LLC and its third party providers follow standards for protecting such information, and it is your responsibility to maintain a secure password and not share your login credentials with anyone. You understand and agree that should anyone access your account, either as a result of your allowance or as a result of your failure to create a secure password or for any other reason, you are responsible for any losses, damages, or fraudulent activity occurring as a result of your stolen information. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless United Community LLC for any such losses.


15. Cookies and Other Technologies: You authorize United Community LLC to collect and store your IP address using cookies or similar technologies to confirm your acceptance of this Agreement.


16. Right to Remedy: Should either party in this Agreement have any dispute under this Agreement or about The Program, the disputing party shall bring the dispute to the attention of the other party, allowing them a right to remedy the situation on an individual basis within 90 days of such notice being presented. All parties to this Agreement agree that they shall not be part of any class action lawsuit against the other party.


17. Your Conduct: You agree not to engage in any inappropriate activity in connection with your use of the United Community program, including but not limited to uploading, posting, e-mailing or otherwise sending or transmitting any material that contains viruses or any other harmful computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment associated with The Program; interfering with the servers or networks connected to The Program or violating any of the procedures, policies or regulations of networks connected to The Program, the terms of which are incorporated herein; impersonating any other person while using The Program; conducting yourself in a vulgar, offensive, harassing or objectionable manner while using The Program; using The Program for any unlawful purpose; and/or reselling or exporting the software associated with The Program. You shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations in connection with your use of The Program.


18. Privacy: If you choose to donate a portion of your rebates to nonprofit organizations, your name, number of purchases, and amount of purchases shall be made available to the nonprofit organizations. Should you choose to make a purchase with a registered payment card at a participating merchant, your name, purchase amount, purchase date, zip code, and nonprofit organization to which you are donating a portion of the rebate shall be made available to the merchant. All other personal information that you submit or United Community LLC collects during your involvement in The Program is subject to the Privacy Policy of United Community LLC, the entirety or which can be found at www.ucmission.com.


19. Payment Network Authorization: In order to administer the program, you agree to the monitoring, collection, use, and storage of transaction data associated with your registered payment cards by United Community LLC and its third party affiliates, including Linkable Networks Inc. and its financial institutions, from each of the participating merchants in the program. You accept and agree with Linkable Networks Inc.’s User Terms as found at www.mylinkables.com/termsofservice.


20. Use of Information and Comments Submitted: If you elect to submit any comments, information or ideas to United Community LLC about The Program or service of United Community LLC , United Community LLC may use such comments, information or ideas without compensation, acknowledgement or payment to you for any purpose whatsoever, including, but not limited to, developing and marketing products and services and creating, modifying or improving The Program or other products or services.


21. Force Majeure: In no event shall United Community LLC be liable for any failure to comply with this Agreement to the extent that such failure arises from factors outside United Community LLC’s reasonable control.


22. Indemnification: Should any harm be done to you as the result of your involvement in The Program, including but not limited to unintentional acts done by United Community LLC or any of its affiliated parties, including but not limited to partnered nonprofit organizations, merchants, card members, contractors, or employees, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless United Community LLC and its affiliated parties.


23. Amendments: United Community LLC may amend this Agreement from time to time by posting an updated Agreement on the United Community LLC website. If United Community LLC materially changes this Agreement, you will be emailed at the email address specified in your account at least 30 days prior to the effective date of the Amendment. Your continued participation in The Program after an updated Agreement has been posted on United Community LLC’s website, or 30 days after you are notified via email of an Amendment, shall constitute your affirmative acceptance by you of such amendment and your consent to abide by any terms thereof.


24. Legal Person: You acknowledge that you are an individual at least 18 years of age and of solid mind to enter into this Agreement.


25. General: If any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid or unenforceable, such provision shall be struck, and the remaining provisions shall be enforced. Headings are for reference purposes only and in no way define, limit, construe or describe the extent or scope of such section. United Community LLC’s failure to enforce any provision of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of that or any other provision. You shall not assign or transfer this Agreement or any right or obligation hereunder to any third party. This Agreement sets forth the entire Agreement between you and United Community LLC with respect to the subject matter hereof.

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Merchant Agreement

By participating in the United Community Program, you agree to the following terms and conditions:

1. United Community Program: The United Community program (herein referred to as “The Program”) is a rebate program whereby your business and other businesses are offering rebates as stated as a percentage of sales to card members in The Program on purchases they make with any registered Visa or MasterCard debit or credit cards. The card members may donate a portion of their rebates to participating nonprofit organizations.

2. Written Agreement: These terms serve as a written agreement between your business and United Community LLC and the card members in The Program.

3. Rebate Management and ACH Authorization: You authorize United Community LLC to manage and distribute the rebates offered by your business and earned by card members in The Program, and the rebates shall be considered earned by the card members as of the date of purchase. By the 5th of each month, United Community LLC shall provide your business with a statement of all transactions that occurred in The Program at your business in the prior month and the associated rebate amounts due. Your business authorizes United Community LLC to withdraw the rebate amounts due by the 7th of each month (or the following business day if the seventh is a weekend or holiday) from your United States bank account on file. You agree to have sufficient funds in your account to cover the ACH amount, and should an ACH withdrawal attempt from your bank account fail due to an incorrect routing number, account number, account type, or business name, or insufficient funds or any other reason, an $8 service charge along with any additional fees incurred by United Community LLC as a result of the failed ACH, shall be assessed to your account, and at any time United Community LLC shall be authorized to collect the rebate amounts due and service charges from your bank account on file. If your bank account changes, you shall update your bank account in your online account found at www.ucmission.com.

4. Payment Network Authorization: In order to administer the program, you (i.) authorize United Community LLC and its third party affiliates and financial institutions, to enroll your business as a participating merchant in The Program, (ii.) permit the disclosure of your rebate offer to United Community LLC and its third party affiliates and financial institutions; (iii) permit the monitoring, collection and use of related payment card transaction data by United Community LLC and its third party affiliates and financial institutions, for the purpose of enabling The Program and for purposes of generating anonymous, aggregated, statistical models and compilations, trend analyses, program performance analyses, benchmarking, the development of case studies and otherwise for internal business purposes so long as such data is not publicly attributable to and no reference is made to your business; and (iv) acknowledge that such data may be otherwise used by financial institutions with respect to its card holders in accordance with applicable payment card member rules for the use of confidential information.

5. Term: Unless otherwise documented in a separate agreement signed by both parties, this Agreement shall remain in effect for one year from the date of acceptance of this Agreement and shall automatically renew for successive one year terms unless either party contacts the other party in writing 30 or more days prior to the Agreement end date. This Agreement may be terminated only if both parties agree in writing to terminate the contract or to different terms and offerings, in which case this contract is null and void and the new contract replaces it. Additionally, United Community LLC may end your involvement in The Program due to failure to pay rebates, malicious use of the program by your business, or your business dissolves.

6. Conduct of Rebate: All rebate offers from your business shall comply with applicable laws and your business shall not be involved in any of the following industries: healthcare, financial products, legal services, political organizations, court/fines/bail bonds, tobacco, gambling, firearms, funeral services, dating/escort, massage parlors, illegal activities, drugs, tobacco, alcohol, pornography, adult-oriented products, or religious matters.

7. Data Rights: The transaction data provided to your business relating to the use of payment cards (other than transaction data independently collected and owned by your business) may be used by your business for the purpose of validating or calculating rebates offered by your business in The Program, and your business may retain such data only for so long as it has a legitimate business need to retain them for such purposes. Your business may not use the data for any marketing, modeling or for any other purposes. Your business acknowledges and agrees that the financial institutions make no representations or warranties as to the accuracy or availability of transaction data, and that the foregoing data rights are subject to change if the corresponding rights derived from the financial institutions are hereafter restricted or modified.

8. Online Delivery: You agree to receive monthly statements and notifications inside your online account at www.ucmission.com and/or via email to the email address on file for your business.

9. Secure Information: You understand that sensitive information stored in your business’ online account at www.ucmission.com, such as your business’ bank account and information of card members who have made purchases from your business, is meant to be secure. United Community LLC and its third party affiliates follow standards for protecting such information, and it is your responsibility to maintain a secure password and not share your login credentials with anyone. You understand and agree that should anyone access your account, either as a result of your allowance or as a result of your failure to create a secure password or for any other reason, you are responsible for any losses, damages, or fraudulent activity occurring as a result of your stolen information. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless United Community LLC for any such losses.

10. Cookies and Other Technologies: You authorize United Community LLC to collect and store your IP address using cookies or similar technologies to confirm your acceptance of this Agreement.

11. Right to Remedy: Should either party in this Agreement have any dispute under this Agreement or about The Program, the disputing party shall bring the dispute to the attention of the other party, allowing them a right to remedy the situation on an individual basis within 90 days of such notice being presented. All parties to this Agreement agree that they shall not be part of any class action lawsuit filed against the other party.

12. Your Conduct: You agree not to engage in any inappropriate activity in connection with your use of The Program, including but not limited to uploading, posting, e-mailing or otherwise sending or transmitting any material that contains viruses or any other harmful computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment associated with The Program; interfering with the servers or networks connected to The Program or violating any of the procedures, policies or regulations of networks connected to The Program, the terms of which are incorporated herein; impersonating any other person while using The Program; conducting yourself in a vulgar, offensive, harassing or objectionable manner while using The Program; using The Program for any unlawful purpose; and/or reselling or exporting the software associated with The Program. You shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations in connection with your use of The Program.

13. Privacy: Your business name, address, website, logo, and rebate offering may be published at www.ucmission.com and may be used by United Community LLC in its promotion of your business and/or The Program. Any information or materials that your business submits or United Community LLC collects during your involvement in the program is subject to the Privacy Policy of United Community LLC, the entirety or which can be found at www.ucmission.com.

14. Use of Information and Comments Submitted: If your business elect to submit any comments, information or ideas to United Community LLC about The Program or service of United Community LLC , United Community LLC may use such comments, information or ideas without compensation, acknowledgement or payment to your business for any purpose whatsoever, including, but not limited to, developing and marketing products and services and creating, modifying or improving The Program or other products or services.

15. Force Majeure: In no event shall United Community LLC be liable for any failure to comply with this Agreement to the extent that such failure arises from factors outside United Community LLC’s reasonable control.

16. Indemnification: Should any harm be done to you or your business as the result of your involvement in The Program, including but not limited to unintentional acts done by United Community LLC or any of its affiliated parties, including but not limited to partnered nonprofit organizations, merchants, card members, contractors, or employees, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless United Community LLC and its affiliated parties from and against any and all claims and losses.

17. Amendments: United Community LLC may amend this Agreement from time to time by posting an updated Agreement on the United Community LLC website. If United Community LLC materially changes this Agreement, you will be emailed at the email address specified in your account at least 30 days prior to the effective date of the Amendment. Your continued participation in The Program after an updated Agreement has been posted on United Community LLC’s website, or 30 days after you are notified via email of an Amendment, shall constitute your affirmative acceptance by you of such amendment and your consent to abide by any terms thereof.

18. Legal Person: You acknowledge that you are an individual at least 18 years of age, of solid mind to enter into this Agreement, and authorized on behalf of your business to enter into such an Agreement.

19. General: If any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid or unenforceable, such provision shall be struck, and the remaining provisions shall be enforced. Headings are for reference purposes only and in no way define, limit, construe or describe the extent or scope of such section. United Community LLC’s failure to enforce any provision of this agreement shall not constitute a waiver of that or any other provision. You shall not assign or transfer this agreement or any right or obligation hereunder to any third party. This Agreement sets forth the entire understanding and Agreement between your business and United Community LLC with respect to the subject matter hereof.

Terms of Use

Nonprofit Agreement

By participating in the United Community Program, you agree to the following terms and conditions:

1. United Community Program: The United Community Program (herein referred to as “The Program”) is a rebate program whereby participating merchants are offering rebates to individual card members in The Program on purchases they make. Through your organization’s enrollment in the program, card members may choose to voluntarily donate a portion of their rebates to your organization.

2. Written Agreement: These terms serve as a written agreement between your organization and United Community LLC. Card members may choose to donate a portion of their rebates to your organization through selections made inside their online account, and you agree that such elections constitute a written agreement between the card members and your organization, and you confirm that such card members are not required to donate any portion of their rebates to your organization, nor are card members receiving anything in exchange for their donations. Rebates donated by card members to your organization are considered donated as of the date of purchase by the card member.

3. 501c Nonprofit Organization: Your organization must be and continue to be a 501(c) nonprofit organization, as defined under Section 501(c) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, in order to start and continue your involvement in The Program. At any time United Community LLC may request documentation as proof of your 501(c) status, and should your organization be unable to provide such documentation, your organization’s involvement in the program may be terminated.

4. Rebate Management: The rebates donated by the card members to your nonprofit organization, less any fees applied to your organization, shall accrue in your account managed by United Community LLC. Your organization shall receive a disbursement of donated rebates, less any associated fees, via ACH to your bank account on file on the last day of each month (or the following business day if the last day of the month is a weekend or holiday) for rebates that were donated in the prior month, provided that the balance of donated rebates in your account at the end of the prior month, less any associated fees, met or exceeded $20. United Community LLC may invest undisbursed rebates, and income resulting from such investment shall be the property of United Community LLC. Your bank account on file shall be listed in the name of your organization and shall be a United States bank account, not a foreign account. If your organization’s bank account changes, you shall update your bank account in your online account found at www.ucmission.com.

5. ACH Failure: Should an ACH to your organization’s bank account fail due to an incorrect routing number, account number, account type, or organization name, or for any other reason, the donated rebates which were attempted to be disbursed to your bank account, less an $8 service charge, shall be placed back into your United Community account within 10 days of United Community LLC being notified by its bank of the ACH failure. Should you provide an incorrect account number or routing number, and as a result the donated rebates are disbursed to another individual or entity, United Community LLC shall attempt to reverse the transfer and place the donated rebates back into your United Community account, less any associated fees. However, in the event of an unsuccessful reversal, the donated rebates shall be treated as disbursed from your United Community account, and it shall be your responsibility to update your bank account on file in order to receive future donated rebates.

6. Administration Fee: You agree to a one-time $3 administration fee for each card member who donates a portion of his or her first rebate earned in the program to your organization. You also agree to a $1.50 fee each successive twelve months for each card member electing to donate a portion of his or her rebates to your organization at that time. The administrative fees shall accrue to and reduce the balance in your United Community account and shall be considered paid by your organization and received by United Community LLC as of the last day of the month (or the following business day if the last day of the month is a weekend or holiday), following the close of the month in which the fees applied.

7. Term: This agreement shall remain in effect until, through written means by an authorized representative of your organization, your organization notifies United Community LLC of its election to end its involvement in the program, United Community LLC ends your involvement due to malicious use of the program or any reason as deemed by United Community LLC, no rebates have been contributed to your organization for two years, your organization dissolves, or your organization ceases to be a nonprofit organization as defined under Section 501(c) of the United States Internal Revenue Code.

8. Online Delivery: Your organization agrees to receive monthly statements, notifications, and year-end member contribution summary statements inside your online account at www.ucmission.com and/or via email to the email address on file for your organization.

9. Secure Information: Your organization understands that sensitive information stored in your online account at www.ucmission.com, such as your organization’s bank account information and information of card members who have donated to your organization, is meant to be secure. United Community LLC and its third party affiliates follow standards for protecting such information, and it is your responsibility to maintain a secure password and not share your login credentials with anyone. You understand and agree that should anyone access your online account, either as a result of your allowance or as a result of your failure to create a secure password or for any other reason, you are responsible for any losses, damages, or fraudulent activity occurring as a result of your stolen information. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless United Community LLC for any such losses.

10. Cookies and Other Technologies: You authorize United Community LLC to collect and store your IP address using cookies or similar technologies to confirm your acceptance of this Agreement.

11. Right to Remedy: Should either party in this Agreement have any dispute under this Agreement or about The Program, the disputing party shall bring the dispute to the attention of the other party, allowing them a right to remedy the situation on an individual basis within 90 days of such notice being presented. All parties to this Agreement agree that they shall not be part of any class action lawsuit filed against the other party.

12. Your Conduct: Your organization agrees not to engage in any inappropriate activity in connection with your use of The Program, including but not limited to uploading, posting, e-mailing or otherwise sending or transmitting any material that contains viruses or any other harmful computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment associated with The Program; interfering with the servers or networks connected to The Program or violating any of the procedures, policies or regulations of networks connected to The Program, the terms of which are incorporated herein; impersonating any other person while using The Program; conducting yourself in a vulgar, offensive, harassing or objectionable manner while using The Program; using The Program for any unlawful purpose; and/or reselling or exporting the software associated with The Program. You shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations in connection with your use of The Program.

13. Privacy: Your organization’s name along with the number of card members who are donating a portion of their rebates to your organization shall be published at www.ucmission.com. Additionally, the amount of rebates donated to your organization shall be displayed inside the online accounts of card members who are donating a portion of their rebates to your organization. Your organization name, logo, and donated amounts received in the program may be used by United Community LLC in its promotion of The Program. Any information or materials that your organization submits or United Community LLC collects during your involvement in The Program is subject to the Privacy Policy of United Community LLC, the entirety or which can be found at www.ucmission.com.

14. Use of Information and Comments Submitted: If your organization elects to submit any comments, information or ideas to United Community LLC about The Program or service of United Community LLC , United Community LLC may use such comments, information or ideas without compensation, acknowledgement or payment to you for any purpose whatsoever, including, but not limited to, developing and marketing products and services and creating, modifying or improving The Program or other products or services.

15. Force Majeure: In no event shall United Community LLC be liable for any failure to comply with this Agreement to the extent that such failure arises from factors outside United Community LLC’s reasonable control.

16. Indemnification: Should any harm be done to you or your organization as the result of your involvement in The Program, including but not limited to unintentional acts done by United Community LLC or any of its affiliated parties, including but not limited to partnered nonprofit organizations, merchants, card members, contractors, or employees, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless United Community LLC and its affiliated parties.

17. Amendments: United Community LLC may amend this Agreement from time to time by posting an updated Agreement on the United Community LLC website. If United Community LLC materially changes this Agreement, you will be emailed at the email address specified in your account at least 30 days prior to the effective date of the Amendment. Your continued participation in The Program after an updated Agreement has been posted on United Community LLC’s website, or 30 days after you are notified via email of an Amendment, shall constitute your affirmative acceptance by you of such amendment and your consent to abide by any terms thereof.

18. Legal Person: You acknowledge that you are an individual at least 18 years of age, of solid mind to enter into this Agreement, and authorized on behalf of your organization to enter into such an Agreement.

19. General: If any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid or unenforceable, such provision shall be struck, and the remaining provisions shall be enforced. Headings are for reference purposes only and in no way define, limit, construe or describe the extent or scope of such section. United Community LLC’s failure to enforce any provision of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of that or any other provision. Your organization shall not assign or transfer this agreement or any right or obligation hereunder to any third party. This Agreement sets forth the entire understanding and Agreement between your organization and United Community LLC with respect to the subject matter hereof.