We collect personal data in a number of ways; online, at events, email, phone, letters and in any other form of correspondence. Typically the only information we collect from you is: name, address, email, telephone number and bank details when necessary for you to make a donation. Very occasionally, we may need extra information that the GDPR classes as ‘sensitive’ data, however in these circumstances we will explain why we need this data and would only retain this data with your consent.
We may collect information from social media pages where you have given consent, for instance, when you post on our social media pages or message us via our social media account. Occasionally, we may collect information about certain supporters (e.g. particularly well known or influential people) from public sources. This could include public databases (such as Companies House), news or other media. We don’t do this to everyone, and it is the exception not the rule.
We use your information in various ways such as:
If you share an address or have a family connection with another supporter such as parents or spouse, your details will be linked on our systems to avoid duplicate mailings and help our supporter care team.
We may need to let third-party companies who provide services to Children Change Colombia access your data. These companies support us with sending emails and processing credit card payments. We will only provide these companies with the relevant information they need to deliver the specific service and ensure that your data is treated with respect and integrity.
We communicate marketing information about our work via email, post and telephone. If you wish to stop receiving marketing information from us or want to amend your communication preferences then you can do this using the information below.
Children Change Colombia has a strict data retention policy which to ensure your data is protected and stored safely and securely.
We will store your personal information on our database for as long as is necessary for the relevant activity, or for the period stipulated by legal bodies such as HMRC. In most cases, we will keep some personal data for up to six years for financial and auditing purposes.
If you decide you wish to stop receiving communications from CCC, we will stop sending you marketing materials. We will keep your record and any appropriate information to ensure we do not contact you again in this way.
We may securely store the data you provide to us for some time, for legacy administration purposes and to communicate effectively with the families of people leaving us legacies. This also enables us to identify and analyse the source of legacy income we receive.
It is important to us that you remain in control of your personal data. Therefore, if you wish to update your communication preferences or personal information you can do this by any of the following methods:
If you wish to stop receiving marketing emails from us, you can always unsubscribe from our mailing list using the opt-out link at the bottom of our emails or contact us using the details above to also be removed.
The General Data Protection Act stipulates that you have the right to request a copy of the personal information we hold about you and to have any inaccuracies corrected. If you wish to see a copy of the information that we have on you please contact us at any time.
Your right to control over your personal data is paramount to us, so if you wish to stop receiving updates from us in a certain way such as email, you can click the unsubscribe button and we will stop sending you information. If you wish to stop hearing from us via phone or post you can contact us via email, telephone or post and we will remove you from our mailing list.
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