Terms of Use

1. Accepting these Terms

This document and the other documents that we reference below make up our platform rules, or what we officially call our Terms of Use (the “Terms” for short).

THE TERMS ARE A BINDING LEGAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND VILLAGE THAT GOVERN YOUR USE OF THE WEBSITES, APPLICATIONS, AND OTHER OFFERINGS FROM VILLAGE (we’ll refer to all of these collectively as our “Services”). When used in these Terms, “we,” “us,” or “our” refers to Village.

By using any aspect of our Services (even just browsing one of our websites), you’re agreeing to the Terms. If you don’t agree with the Terms, you may not use our Services. Agree with us? Great, read on!

2. Rules for using Village

Our Services connect community members to publish, offer, register for, and share educational opportunities for children ages 0-18 in their local area. If you use any of our Services, you agree to these Terms and our Privacy Policy.

These terms contain some specific rules that are relevant for you, depending on how you use the Village Services:

Our Village Rules for Families. If you use our Services to browse or register for educational opportunities for your children, these policies apply to you. 

Our Village Rules for Providers. If you are an organization that publishes and accepts registrations for educational opportunities through our Services, these policies apply to you. 

Rules for Families

Village is a marketplace that offers you the opportunity to find and register for educational services in your local community for your children. We want to make sure that you and your children have a safe, positive experience on Village. Please read on to find out more about your rights, as well as what is expected of you, as a Family.

a. What can be found on Village

Village offers parents, grandparents, and any other adult serving as a legal guardian (“Families”) the tool to be a hero in their child’s life. Families can browse and register for an incredible catalog of safe, high-quality classes, camps, activities and other forms of educational services (collectively, “Programming”) offered by community educators in your local area (“Providers”). Our marketplace helps to facilitate paying Providers for these services yourself, access scholarship funding from our partner 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, The Village Project, or in some cases, both!

b. Browsing

You can browse for Programs by using criteria like the type of Program, age range, and Listing dates. You can also browse an individual Provider’s offerings by navigating directly to their Village Provider Page via your Community's Provider Directory, clicking the link in one of their Programs, or a direct link advertised by the Provider.

c. Registering

When you register for a Listing, you are agreeing to pay the registration fee displayed to you. When you receive the registration confirmation, a contract for Programming (“Registration”) is formed directly between you and the Provider. The cancellation policy and any other rules, standards, policies, or requirements identified in the Listing or during checkout form part of your contract with the Provider. 

For the safety of our community, and to avoid scams and fraud, all transactions must take place through the Village checkout system. 

d. Attending

Village will do its best to share information that makes it easier to attend programming you have registered for, but, like any product you purchase, it is ultimately up to you to take advantage of the offerings. Village is constantly testing new ways to ease the difficulties of Families getting their children to programming and we may offer you the opportunity to participate in these tests as they become available.

e. Reviews

Reviews are a great way to learn about a Provider’s programming, help good Providers build a strong reputation, or help warn other Families about an experience that could be improved.

You may be prompted to offer a review at various intervals after registering for a program. When leaving a review you will have transparency into where that review will be shared, if it will be anonymous, and if you can elect to have it removed.

f. Cancellations and Modifications

In general, if you as a Family cancel a Registration, the amount refunded to you is determined by the cancelation policy that applies to that reservation. If the Provider cancels, you may be eligible for a partial or full refund.

Families and Providers are responsible for any registration modifications they agree to make via the Village Platform or direct Village customer service to make on their behalf (“Registration Modifications”).

g. Your Responsibilities and Assumption of Risk

You are responsible and liable for your own acts and omissions and are also responsible for the acts and omissions of your children attending the Registration. In general, this means you are expected to act with integrity, and with respect for others.

You acknowledge that placing your child in the direct care and supervision of anyone other than yourself carries with it inherent risks, and that you assume the entirety of any risks arising out of your use of the Village Platform to access educational services. This means that ultimately it is your responsibility to investigate Programming to determine if it is a suitable fit for you and your children, and that when you choose to participate in any Program you freely and willfully assume those risks.

Rules for Providers

Village is a marketplace that offers you the opportunity to share your educational services with families in your local community - and earn money doing it from both families and our partner 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, The Village Project. We want to make sure that you and your customers have a positive experience on Village. Please read on to find out more about your rights, as well as what is expected of you, as a Provider.

Providing Basics

a. What can be offered on Village

Village is a marketplace for Families to find and register for classes, camps, activities and other forms of services (collectively, “Programming”) that provide children ages 0-18 with specific learning outcomes (each set of learning outcomes is a “Program”). Programming is primarily conducted in-person, and always restricted to families in the local community that the Provider is a member of.

b. Who can offer Programming on Village

Registered business entities (each one a “Provider”) can share their Programs and Listings on Village by completing our Provider account creation process. As a Provider, you represent, warrant, and covenant the following (“Provider Basic Requirements”): 

c. How Providers can offer Programming on Village

Providers offer their services to Families through 3 key elements of their presence in the Village platform:

i. Provider Page. Every Provider has a public profile page that includes information about them such as their:

This page (your “Provider Page”) is the pivotal point in your relationship with Family users: You want to communicate quality and safety so that Families will feel they can trust you with their children. A Provider Page has a special section for displaying all of that Provider’s offerings, which you can read about below.

ii. Program Pages. Each individual class, camp, course and other activity that a Provider offers gets its own page in the Village platform (we call each one a “Program”). Importantly, a Program is separate from each offering of the Program. It is possible (and encouraged) for Providers to offer a Program repeatedly, enabling reviews to accumulate and you to refine your curriculum. Many Providers on Village choose to offer only one Program. You can read more below about how Village treats each offering of a Program. Each Program has a set of qualities you choose such as its required registration questions, its age range, and its price.

iii. Listings.

Each individual offering of a Program is a “Listing.” Listings may be one-day events, or a collection of multiple classes over a period of time (each instance an “Event”). 

d. How Registrations work on Village

i. Contracting with Families. When a Family decides they want to attend a Listing of your Program, they will answer any questions you have required, then submit a registration request. Each registration request is automatically accepted by the Provider if there is an open spot that the Family’s child qualifies for. If there are no remaining spots in your Listing, Families will be directed to register for another listing of that Program, or they can join a waitlist. This “Waitlist” feature is currently in-development and will be turned on or off by Village at our own discretion. 

When you receive a registration confirmation through the Village Platform, you are entering into a contract directly with the Family, and are responsible for delivering your Program under the terms and at the price specified in your Listing. You are also agreeing to pay the applicable 2.9% + $.30 per charge fee for each Registration you receive. Village will deduct this amount from your payout. Any terms, policies or conditions that you include in any supplemental contract with Families (such as a Program Handbook) must: (i) be consistent with these Provider Terms, and the information provided in your Listing, and (ii) be included in that Program’s registration questions.

ii. Relationship with Village. Your relationship with Village is that of an independent individual or entity and not an employee, agent, joint venturer, or partner of Village, except that Village acts as a payment collection agent. Village does not direct or control your Programs, and you agree that you have complete discretion whether and when to offer Listings.

e. Account Access

Provider accounts are only accessible as a signed-in user (when a user has permission to access a Provider account we call it an “Instructor”). By default, the user that creates the Provider account will be its Instructor. As an Instructor, you are acting on the behalf of the organization with the Provider account. 

Being a member of the Village Community 

At Village, everyone is expected to treat fellow members of the Village community with respect. As a Provider, you have additional responsibilities to safeguard personal information and conduct safe, high-quality services to provide a great customer experience for Families, and most importantly their children.

f. Privacy and Protecting Personal Information

You are responsible for protecting members’ personal information you receive or process, and you must comply with all relevant legal requirements. This includes applicable data protection and privacy laws that govern the ways in which you can use Village user information. These laws may require that you post and comply with your own privacy policy, which must be accessible to Village users with whom you interact. Your privacy policy must be compatible with this policy and Village’s Terms of Use.

In particular, when you provide Programming using our Services (subject to this Policy) you may receive and determine what to do with certain personal information, such as when communicating with and entering into transactions with Families. As a data controller (that is someone who decides what personal data is collected and the purpose you’ll use the data for) to the extent that you process user personal information outside of the Services, you may be required under applicable data protection and privacy laws to honor requests received from such users for data access, portability, correction, deletion, and objections to processing. Also, if you disclose personal information without the user’s proper consent, you are responsible for that unauthorized disclosure. This includes, for example, disclosures you make or unintentional data breaches. For example, you may receive a Family’s email address or other information as a result of entering into a transaction with that user. This information may only be used for Village-related communications or for Village-facilitated transactions. You may not use this information for unsolicited commercial messages or unauthorized transactions.You may not add any Village member to your email or physical mailing list, use that user’s identity for marketing, or obtain or retain any payment information. Please bear in mind that you're responsible for knowing the standard of consent required in any given instance. If Village and you are found to be joint data controllers of personal information, and if Village is sued, fined, or otherwise incurs expenses because of something that you did in your capacity as a joint data controller of buyer personal information, you agree to indemnify Village for the expenses it occurs in connection with your processing of buyer personal information.

g. Cancellation and Modifications

In general, if a Family cancels a Registration, the amount refunded to you is determined by the cancelation policy that applies to that reservation. As a Provider, you should not cancel on a Family without an extenuating circumstance. 

Families and Providers are responsible for any registration modifications they agree to make via the Village Platform or direct Village customer service to make on their behalf (“Registration Modifications”).

h. Your Responsibilities

You are responsible and liable for your own acts and omissions and are also responsible for the acts and omissions of any Village users you allow to access your Provider account as an Instructor, and any staff you allow to participate in providing your Programs. You are responsible for setting your price and establishing rules and requirements for your Listing. You must describe any and all fees and charges in your Listing description and may not collect any additional fees or charges outside the Village Platform. This is not an exclusive agreement. While we would hope that Providers find such value in Village that they elect to use it for all of their registrations, you are not bound by this agreement to do so. However, if you use your Village Provider, Program, or Listing pages to promote your services you agree that you will also use Village to conduct the registration process.

i. Assumption of Risk

You acknowledge that being a Provider carries inherent risks and agree that you assume the entire risk arising out of your access to and use of the Village Platform, offering Programs, or any interaction you have with Families whether in person or online. You agree that you have had the opportunity to investigate the Village Platform and any laws, rules, regulations, or obligations that may be applicable to your Listings or Programs and that you are not relying upon any statement of law made by Village.


j. Reviews

Reviews are a great way for you to build a strong reputation on Village. Families may be prompted to offer a review at various intervals after registering for one of your programs. When leaving a review, Families will know where that review will be shared, if it will be anonymous, and if they can elect to have it removed.

On the rare occasion you receive an unfavorable review, you can reach out to Village Support and we will mediate a resolution via our Case System.

3. Extracurricular Activity Promotion Policy

Village.com aims to help families find and register for high-quality extracurricular activities that align with our brand values. We supply a free online registration tool for individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations (“Providers”) to offer extracurricular activities for any age. We review the activities Providers list on our platform, and determine which activities we want to promote to families via our website and/or our social media channels and/or our email newsletter. We reserve the right to start or stop promoting any activity listed on Village.com, unless the Provider has asked us not to promote their activity. This determination of which activities we promote is made based on 4 criteria:

Any decision we make to promote an activity is not an endorsement of the safety of the activity, nor an endorsement of the individual, business or nonprofit organization providing the activity.

Any family that chooses to participate in any activity listed on Village.com, regardless of whether we promoted the activity, is entering into a separate agreement with the individual, business or nonprofit organization providing the activity. This means that ultimately it is the family’s responsibility to investigate each activity to determine whether it is a suitable fit for themselves and/or their child/children, and that if they choose to participate, they freely and willfully assume the entirety of any and all such risks.

4. Your Account with Village

You’ll need to create an account with Village to use some of our Services. Here are a few rules about accounts with Village:

a. You must be 18 years or older to use our Services

Minors under 18 and at least 13 years of age are only permitted to use our Services through an account owned by a parent or legal guardian with their appropriate permission and under their direct supervision. Children under 13 years are not permitted to use Village or our Services. You are responsible for any and all account activity conducted by a minor on your account.

b. Be honest with us

Provide accurate information about yourself. It’s prohibited to use false information or impersonate another person or company through your account.

c. Choose an appropriate name

If you decide to not have your full name serve as the name associated with your account, you may not use language that is offensive, vulgar, infringes someone’s intellectual property rights, or otherwise violates the Terms.

d. You're responsible for your account

You’re solely responsible for any activity on your account. If you’re sharing an account with other people, then the person whose financial information is on the account will ultimately be responsible for all activity. If you’re registering as a business entity, you personally guarantee that you have the authority to agree to the Terms on behalf of the business. Also, your accounts are not transferable.

e. Protect your password

As we mentioned above, you’re solely responsible for any activity on your account, so it’s important to keep your account password secure.

f. Let's be clear about our relationship

These Terms don't create any agency, partnership, joint venture, employment, or franchisee relationship between you and Village.

5. Your Content

Content that you post using our Services is your content (we’ll refer to it as “Your Content”). We don’t make any claim to it, which includes anything you post using our Services (like Provider names, profile pictures, listing photos, listing descriptions, reviews, comments, videos, usernames, etc.).

a. Responsibility for Your Content

You understand that you are solely responsible for Your Content. You represent that you have all necessary rights to Your Content and that you’re not infringing or violating any third party’s rights by posting it.

b. Permission to Use Your Content

By posting Your Content through our Services, you grant Village a license to use it. We don’t claim any ownership to Your Content, but we have your permission to use it to help Village function and grow. That way, we won’t infringe any rights you have in Your Content and we can help promote it.

c. Rights You Grant Village

(Here’s the legal version of the last section our lawyers made us add). By providing Your Content, in whatever form and through whatever means, you grant Village a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual, sub-licensable and transferable license to copy, modify, prepare derivative works of, distribute, publish and otherwise exploit, Your Content, without limitation. If Your Content includes personal information, our Privacy Policy describes how we use that personal information. Where Village pays for the creation of content or facilitates its creation, Village may own that content, in which case supplemental terms or disclosures will say that. You are solely responsible for all Your Content and warrant that you either own it or are authorized to grant Village the rights described in these Terms. You are responsible and liable if any of Your Content violates or infringes the intellectual property or privacy rights of any third party. You agree that Village may make available services or automated tools to translate Your Content and that Your Content may be translated using such services or tools. Village does not guarantee the accuracy or quality of translations of Your Content and you are responsible for confirming the accuracy of such translations.

That sounds like a lot, but it’s necessary for us to keep Village going. Consider these examples: if you upload a photo or video of a listing on your Village Provider page, we have permission to display it to Families, and we can resize or enhance it so it looks good to a Family viewing it on their mobile device; if you post a description in English, we can translate it into French so a Family can learn about your programming; and if you post a great photo of your latest program, we can feature it– often along with your Provider name and picture– on our homepage, in one of our blogs or even on a billboard to help promote your business and Village’s.

d. Reporting Unauthorized Content

Village has great respect for intellectual property rights, and is committed to following appropriate legal procedures to remove infringing content from the Services. If Your Content is alleged to infringe another person or business’s intellectual property, we will take appropriate action, such as disabling it if we receive proper notice or terminating your account if you are found to be a repeat infringer. We’ll notify you if any of that happens.

e. Inappropriate, False, or Misleading Content

This should be common sense, but there are certain types of content we don’t want posted on Village’s Services (for legal reasons or otherwise). You agree that you will not post any content that is abusive, threatening, defamatory, obscene, vulgar, or otherwise offensive or in violation of any part of our Terms. You also agree not to post any content that is false and misleading or uses the Services in a manner that is fraudulent or deceptive.

6. Your Use of Our Services

We grant you a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable, and revocable license to use our Services—subject to the Terms and the following restrictions in particular:

a. Don’t Use Our Services to Break the Law

You agree that you will not violate any laws in connection with your use of the Services. This includes any local, state, or federal laws that may apply to you. For example, it’s your responsibility to obtain any permits or licenses that your business requires, and to meet applicable legal requirements in applicable jurisdiction(s). This includes the sale and delivery of your programming. You may not engage in fraud (including false claims or infringement notices), theft, anti-competitive conduct, threatening conduct, or any other unlawful acts or crimes against Village, another Village user, or a third party.

b. Don’t Steal Our Stuff

You agree not to crawl, scrape, or spider any page of the Services or to reverse engineer or attempt to obtain the source code of the Services. 

c. Don’t Try to Harm Our Systems

You agree not to interfere with or try to disrupt our Services, for example by distributing a virus or other harmful computer code.

d. Follow Our Trademark Policy

The Village marks, phrases, logos, and designs that we use in connection with our Services (the Village Trademarks), are trademarks, service marks, or trade dress of Village or The Village Project, Inc. in the US. If you’d like to use our trademarks, please email our marketing team at hi@village.com.

e. Share Your Ideas

We love your suggestions and ideas! They can help us improve your experience and our Services. Any unsolicited ideas or other materials you submit to Village (not including Your Content or programming you sell through our Services) are considered non-confidential and non-proprietary to you. You grant us a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, irrevocable, sub-licensable, perpetual license to use and publish those ideas and materials for any purpose, without compensation to you.

7. Termination

a. Termination By You

We'd hate to see you go, but you may terminate your account with Village at any time. Terminating your account will not affect the availability of some of Your Content that you posted through the Services prior to termination, and you’ll still have to pay any outstanding bills.

b. Termination By Village

We may terminate or suspend your account (and any accounts Village determines are related to your account) and your access to the Services should we have reason to believe you, Your Content, or your use of the Services violate our Terms. Generally, Village will notify you that your account has been terminated or suspended, unless you’ve repeatedly violated our Terms or we have legal or regulatory reasons preventing us from notifying you.

If you or Village terminate your account, you may lose any information associated with your account, including Your Content.

c. We May Discontinue the Services

Village reserves the right to change, suspend, or discontinue any of the Services for you, any or all users, at any time, for any reason, including those laid out in Village’s policies under these Terms of Use. We will not be liable to you for the effect that any changes to the Services may have on you, including your income or your ability to generate revenue through the Services.

d. Survival

The Terms will remain in effect even after your access to our Services is terminated, or your use of the Services ends.

8. Warranties and Limitation of Liability (or the Things You Can’t Sue Us For)

In no event will Village be liable for any special, incidental, indirect, or consequential damages whatsoever arising from your access or use of, or inability to access or use, the site. 

In no event will Village be liable for any damages whatsoever arising in any way from any act or omission by any other person including, without limitation, any content provided, or representation made, by any other person.

In no event will Village be liable for any damages whatsoever arising in any way from any product offered or sold by any marketplace seller or any representation made by any marketplace seller.

In any event, Village’s entire liability to you under any provision of this agreement or arising from the access or use of the site by you or any other user will be limited to the amount actually paid by you to the company pursuant to this agreement during the 12 months preceding the event giving rise to such liability.

a. Programming You Register For

You understand that Village does not inspect any of the programming transacted through our Services. We provide the venue; the programs in our marketplaces are developed, listed, transacted, and conducted directly by independent sellers, so Village cannot and does not make any warranty about their quality, safety, or even their legality. Any legal claim related to a program you register for must be brought directly against the provider of the program. You release Village from any claims related to registrations made through our Services, including for misrepresentations by providers, or programs that caused physical injury.

b. Content You Access

You may come across materials that you find offensive or inappropriate while using our Services. We make no representations concerning any content posted by users through the Services. Village is not responsible for the accuracy, copyright compliance, legality, or decency of content posted by users that you accessed through the Services. You release us from all liability relating to that content.

c. People You Interact With

You can use the Services to interact with other individuals, either online or in person. However, you understand that we do not screen users of our Services, and you release us from all liability relating to your interactions with other users. Please be careful and exercise caution and good judgment in all interactions with others, especially when meeting someone in person. 

d. Third-Party Services

Our Services may contain links to third-party websites or services that we don’t own or control (for example, links to Facebook or Twitter). When you access these third-party services, you do so at your own risk. The third parties may require you to accept their own terms of use. Village is not a party to those agreements; they are solely between you and the third party.

9. Indemnification (or What Happens If You Get Us Sued)

We hope this never happens, but if Village gets sued because of something that you did, you agree to defend and indemnify us. That means you’ll defend Village (including any of our employees) and hold us harmless from any legal claim or demand (including reasonable attorney’s fees) that arises from your actions, your use (or misuse) of our Services, your breach of the Terms, or you or your account’s infringement of someone else’s rights.

We reserve the right to handle our legal defense however we see fit, even if you are indemnifying us, in which case you agree to cooperate with us so we can execute our strategy.

10. Disputes with Other Users

If you find yourself in a dispute with another user of Village’s Services or a third party, we encourage you to work with the other party to try to resolve the dispute amicably. 

a. Case System

Providers and Families who are unable to resolve a dispute related to a transaction on our websites may participate in our case system. Village will attempt to help you resolve disputes in good faith and based solely on our interpretation of our policies, in our sole discretion; we will not make judgments regarding legal issues or claims. Village has no obligation to resolve any disputes. To initiate this dispute resolution process please email us at support@village.com.

b. Release of Village

You release Village from any claims, demands, and damages arising out of disputes with other users or parties.

11. Disputes with Village

If you’re upset with us, let us know, and hopefully we can resolve your issue. But if we can’t, then these rules will govern any legal dispute involving our Services:

a. Governing Law

The Terms are governed by the laws of the State of Wisconsin, without regard to its conflict of laws rules, and the laws of the United States of America. These laws will apply no matter where in the US you live.

b. Arbitration

You and Village agree that any dispute or claim arising from or relating to the Terms shall be finally settled by final and binding arbitration, using the English language, administered by the American Arbitration Association (the “AAA”) under its Consumer Arbitration Rules (the "AAA Rules") then in effect (those rules are deemed to be incorporated by reference into this section, and as of the date of these Terms you can find the AAA Rules here), unless otherwise required by law. **Arbitration, including threshold questions of arbitrability of the dispute, will be handled by a sole arbitrator in accordance with those rules. Judgment on the arbitration award may be entered in any court that has jurisdiction.

Any arbitration or mediation under the Terms will take place on an individual basis. You understand that by agreeing to the Terms, you and Village are each waiving the right to trial by jury or to participate in a class action lawsuit. Class arbitrations shall only be available if requested by either party under its Class Action Arbitration Rules and approved by the arbitration entity. Notwithstanding the foregoing, each party shall have the right to bring an action in a court of proper jurisdiction for injunctive or other equitable or conservatory relief, pending a final decision by the arbitrator or mediator. You may instead assert your claim in “small claims” court, but only if your claim qualifies, your claim remains in such court, and your claim remains on an individual, non-representative, and non-class basis.

c. Costs of Arbitration

Payment for any and all reasonable AAA filing, administrative, and arbitrator fees will be in accordance with the Consumer Arbitration Rules. 

d. Forum

We’re based in Wisconsin, so any legal action against Village related to our Services must be filed and take place in Eau Claire County, Wisconsin. For all actions under the AAA Rules, the proceedings may be filed where your residence is, or in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and any in-person hearings will be conducted at a location which is reasonably convenient to both parties taking into account their ability to travel and other pertinent circumstances. For any actions not subject to arbitration or mediation, you and Village agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of a state or federal court located in Eau Claire County, Wisconsin.

e. No Class Action

You and Village agree that any proceedings to resolve or litigate any dispute will be conducted solely on an individual basis, and that you will not seek to have any dispute heard as a class action, representative action, a collective action, a private attorney-general action, or in any proceeding in which you or Village acts or proposes to act in a representative capacity. You and Village further agree that no proceeding will be joined, consolidated, or combined with another proceeding without the prior written consent of you, Village, and all parties to any such proceeding.

f. Government Exception

If you are a government agent or entity in the United States using the Services in your official capacity, and you are legally unable to agree to the clauses in this section, then those clauses do not apply to you. In that case, the Terms and any action related to the Terms will be governed by the laws of the United States (without reference to conflict of laws) and, in the absence of federal law and to the extent permitted under federal law, the laws of the State of Wisconsin.

12. Changes to the Terms

We may update these Terms from time to time. If we believe that the changes are material, we’ll definitely let you know by posting the changes through the Services and/or sending you an email or message about the changes. That way you can decide whether you want to continue using the Services. Changes will be effective upon the posting of the changes unless otherwise specified. You are responsible for reviewing and becoming familiar with any changes. Your use of the Services following the changes constitutes your acceptance of the updated Terms.

13. Some Additional Legal Points

The Terms, including all of the policies that make up the Terms, supersede any other agreement between you and Village regarding the Services. If any part of the Terms is found to be unenforceable, that part will be limited to the minimum extent necessary so that the Terms will otherwise remain in full force and effect. Our failure to enforce any part of the Terms is not a waiver of our right to later enforce that or any other part of the Terms. We may assign any of our rights and obligations under the Terms.

14. Contact Information

If you have any questions about the Terms, please email us at legal@village.com.