Personal information we collect
We collect personal information from you in various ways, for example:
Personal information we collect
We gather your personal information in a number of ways, for example:
The kind of personal information we collect comprises your name, email address, house address (or work), telephone number and other personal information that you may select to provide.
Our payment-processing partner securely manages any credit or debit card information you provide as our third-party payment processor (or any other third-party payment processor) we use from time to time.
We by no means store your credit or debit card details.
We might also collect info about your use of our website (for example, the URL it comes from; the type of browser and the pages of our website viewed throughout your visit).
For more info on how we do it, see the section titled “Cookies” below.
We might collect personal information to allow us to provide information about our activities and services that we trust will be useful.
Under the new data protection law, this is known as ‘ genuine interests’.
Genuine interests means that we may process your personal information if we have a genuine and legitimate reason and we are not harming any of your rights and interests.
When we process your personal information for our valid interests, we will consider and balance any potential effect on you and your rights under data protection and any other applicable laws.
Our genuine business interests do not automatically void your interests: we will not use your personal data for activities in which our interests are voided by the impact on you (except we have your consent or the law so obliges or permits).
We might use your Personal Data about you for the following purposes:
Our objective is to collect and process your Personal Data in accordance with the relevant laws that regulate data protection and privacy.
This comprises, among others, the national laws that implement the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46 / EC), which will be replaced on May 25, 2018 by the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) .
Please note that we might occasionally use Personal Data to perform the profiling of certain donors or to analyze our database of donors or people who have positively communicated their interest in attending our events. This will help us direct communications with our donors in a more relevant, efficient and cost-effective manner, helping us reduce the chances of donors receiving inappropriate or irrelevant communications. To perform this profile creation, we can double-check certain Personal Data with public sources to have better recognition of who our donors are. You may object the use of your Personal Data for this purpose by contacting us at the address displayed in the Contact section below. For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
We hired a third-party platform provider, to help with the management of that data.
You should take into account that, the legal protection of personal data according to the law applicable in the United States (and other non-EU countries) might not be same to the protection provided in the European Union. In all cases, the Personal Data you provided will only be divulged to the staff, volunteers and contractors who share our promise to treat the Personal Data in a responsible manner and ensure that your Personal Data is preserved with the same security standards you would expect in the U.S.
In accord with your legal rights under applicable law, you may request to obtain information about the Personal Data we gather about you; what we use this Personal Data for and whom it might be disclosed for. Where applicable law permits, we may request a fee to cover our administrative expenses when responding and we may require more information to verify your identity or locate the precise information you are looking for before responding in full.
We use adequate technical and administrative security measures to protect access to Personal Data by unauthorized persons and against illegal handling, accidental loss, destruction and damage. We also endeavor to take all sensible steps to protect Personal Data from external threats. However, keep in mind that there are always innate risks when sending information through public networks or using public computers and we cannot promise 100% the security of all data disclosed or hand on to us.
We will keep certain Personal Data regarding financial transactions for at least the time required by law for tax or accounting purposes. With respect to the control of Personal Data for fundraising or direct marketing purposes, we will hold this data for a limited period.
By using this website, you permit us to use ‘cookies’ and similar technologies that can track your activity. Cookies are small pieces of information sent by a web server to a web browser (for example, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox) on the computer or device used to access this website, which permits our server collect browser data from your device.
Enabling some of these cookies is not strictly required for the website to work, but it should allow us to offer you with a better browsing experience. Cookies may be deleted or blocked by changing your web browser settings, however, some features of the website may not work as intended and you may not be able to access parts of the website. The information related to cookies may not be used for the private identification of persons and the data related to the patterns of use on our website are kept under our control. These cookies may be used for the following purposes:
Our website also uses Google Analytics and comparable or related analytical products to store the information you send to the server when you use the website. This data includes the IP address, the pages accessed and the documents uploaded, amended or deleted. For more information about Google Analytics and its privacy practices, Please see https://support.google.com/analytics/topic/2919631?hl=en&ref_topic=1008008.