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Privacy Policy

DROP OF COMPASSION’S PRIVACY POLICY

This is the privacy policy of Drop of Compassion In this document, “we”, “our”, or “us” refer to Drop of Compassion.

 

Contents

  • About us and who we are
  • Introduction
  • Introduction to the Policy
  • Policy Statement
  • Your Rights
  • Why is your personal data being collected and used
  • What Personal Data do we collect
  • How we collect Personal Data
  • How will your data be used
  • Legal Basis for processing information
  • Marketing
  • Where will your data be shared
  • Information collected from Work/Volunteer applications
  • How long will we keep your personal information
  • Where we keep your information
  • How we keep your data safe
  • Social media
  • How we use cookies
  • Links to other sites
  • Embedded content from other websites
  • Age Of Consent
  • Your right to be forgotten
  • Amendments to the Privacy Policy
  • Contact Us

 

About us and who we are

We are a charity operating from Leicester, UK. We formally established in February 2013 with the Charity Commission UK in England and Wales. Our registration number is 1151443.

More information about who we are and our story can be found here: https://dropofcompassion.org/about-us/who-we-are/

Our registered office is at:
Drop of Compassion, 9 Exton Road, Leicester, LE5 4AF, England

If you have questions regarding the policy, please contact our Data Protection Officer at:
Post: Data Protection Officer, Drop of Compassion, 9 Exton Road, Leicester, LE5 4AF, England
Email: dpo@dropofcompassion.org

 

Introduction to the Policy

  1. This is a notice to inform you of our policy about all information that we record about you. It sets out the conditions under which we may process any information that we collect from you, or that you provide to us. It covers information that could identify you (“personal information”) and information that could not. In the context of the law and this notice, “process” means collect, store, transfer, use or otherwise act on information.
  2. We regret that if there are one or more points below with which you are not happy, your only recourse is to leave our website immediately.
  3. We take seriously the protection of your privacy and confidentiality. We understand that all visitors to our website are entitled to know that their personal data will not be used for any purpose unintended by them, and will not accidentally fall into the hands of a third party.
  4. We undertake to preserve the confidentiality of all information you provide to us, and hope that you reciprocate.
  5. Our policy complies with UK law accordingly implemented, including that required by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
  6. The law requires us to tell you about your rights and our obligations to you in regards to the processing and control of your personal data. We do this now, by requesting that you read the information provided at knowyourprivacyrights.org
  7. Except as set out below, we do not share, or sell, or disclose to a third party, any information collected through our website.

 

Policy Statement

Drop of Compassion is committed to ensuring that your personal data is secure and not misused. Everything we do is geared towards ensuring the rights and improving the lives of the poor and needy. We seek to develop a greater understanding of our supporters through their personal data in order to help us give them the best possible experience, fundraise more efficiently and help us change lives for good.

We will never sell your personal data and will only ever share it with organisations we work with where necessary and if its privacy and security are guaranteed.

This policy explains how and why we use your personal data, to ensure you remain informed and in control of your information.

 

Your Rights

It is important that you understand your legal rights around your personal data and how we may use it. If you would like to discuss or exercise any of these rights, please contact our Data Protection Officer at:

Post: Data Protection Officer, Drop of Compassion, 9 Exton Road, Leicester, LE5 4AF, England
Email: dpo@dropofcompassion.org

 

Under the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation, which comes into force on May 25th 2018 you have the following rights:

1. The right to access your personal information free of charge
You have the right to access a copy of your personal data and receive certain information about what the data is and how and why we are processing it. Please note that we will require you to prove your identity before we disclose any information.

2. The right to edit and update your personal information
If you feel that any of the information that we hold about you is incorrect, do let us know so that we can look into it.

3. The right to request to have your personal information deleted
You have the right to request that we delete your information and can discuss this with us at any time. You should know that there are some circumstances where we may need to keep your details, for example, if it is necessary to comply with a legal obligation on us. If this situation occurs, then we will explain and discuss these circumstances with you.

4. The right to restrict processing of your personal information
You can request that we restrict processing of your data, as an alternative to deleting it – this means that we will keep the data but stop processing for most purposes. You may want to exercise this right if you feel that the data is inaccurate, that our processing of it is unlawful, whilst we progress a request from you to object to processing, or if we have no further need of the data, but you require us to keep it in relation to the establishment, exercise or defence of a legal claim.

5. The right to object
You have the right to object to the processing that we have outlined in this policy.

6. Right to data portability
You have the right to request a copy of certain personal data to have it transferred to another organisation in certain circumstances.

7. The right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (ICO)
You also have the right to make a complaint direct to the UK’s data protection authority, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).

You should know that there are some circumstances where these rights may not apply, but where this is the case we will always explain this to you.

If you make a request relating to any of the rights listed above, we will consider each request in accordance with all applicable data protection laws and regulations.

 

Why is your personal data being collected and used

We collect personal data to help us to process your requests, keep in touch with you and to help us to interact with you in the most effective way.

Examples of why we process your personal data include:

  • To keep you updated on our work and the impact of your support;
  • To make sure you know about events that you can participate in as an Drop of Compassion supporter;
  • To invite you to participate in campaigns;
  • To send you fundraising appeals;
  • To support you as a volunteer;
  • To process donations or other payments, and verify financial transactions to protect you from fraud;
  • To process Gift Aid donations and Gift Aid Declarations;
  • To process a legacy or gift that you leave in your will;
  • To provide services, products or information you have requested;
  • To check with you on how you want us to contact you, and record these preferences;
  • To keep notes of conversations that you have with our team, as a reference if you want to revisit the conversation later;
  • To notify you of changes to our policies when these affect you;
  • To ensure that content from our site is presented in the most effective way for you and your computer;
  • If we need to do so to comply with a law, process or regulatory requirement;
  • To process a job application you may make with us.

Please note this may not be limited to the above-mentioned categories.

 

What Personal Data do we collect

We only collect personal data relevant to the type of interaction you have with Drop of Compassion. This includes information you give when joining or registering, placing a donation or pledge or communicating with us.

 

The personal information we mostly collect might include:

  • Personal details: name, date of birth, address, email address, telephone etc.
  • Financial information: payment information such as credit/debit card details and bank account details (for setting up regular direct debit or payment information)
  • Donation details: This include records of when and how much you give to a particular cause
  • Whether or not you have signed up to the Gift Aid Scheme, and whether or not you are a tax payer so that we can claim Gift Aid
  • Details of any correspondence that we have had with you.

 

Other details for specific circumstances may include:

  • details of how you’ve helped us by volunteering or being involved with our campaigns and activities
  • Interests and preference details: such as campaigns, the ways you support us or types of projects you enjoy
  • Any fundraising appeals that you may have responded to
  • Events that you have taken part in or enquired about
  • Health information that you give us if you are participating in an event, to help us to ensure your safety
  • Campaigning actions that you have taken on our behalf
  • information from social media, or if you post on one of our social media pages
  • information we hold, which can in turn generate personal data.

Please note the personal details gathered by us may not be limited to the above-mentioned categories.

 

Date regarding accidents or incidents:

If an accident or incident occurs on our property, at one of our events or involving one of our staff (including volunteers) then we’ll keep a record of this (which may include personal data and sensitive personal data).

 

Volunteer data:

If you are a volunteer (whether for specifically Drop of Compassion, or if you are helping us for other reasons – for example you work for another organisation which is running an event with us) then we may collect extra information about you (e.g. references, criminal records checks, details of emergency contacts, medical conditions etc.). This information will be retained for legal reasons, to protect us (including in the event of an insurance or legal claim) and for safeguarding purposes.

 

Sensitive Personal Data:

Some personal data is legally considered to be sensitive, and so is subject to additional safeguards – in data protection law this is known as ”special category” data. Data on the following matters is classed in this way:

  • Race;
  • Ethnic origin;
  • Political opinions;
  • Religion or philosophical beliefs;
  • Trade union membership;
  • Genetics;
  • Biometrics (where this is used for identification purposes;
  • Health;
  • An individual’s sex life; or
  • Sexual orientation

Under GDPR and the Data Protection Act 1998 some elements of personal data are considered as being more sensitive.  We do not collect “sensitive personal data” about our supporters, e.g. health status, unless there is a clear reason for doing so – such as participation in a run or similar fundraising event where we need this to ensure that we provide appropriate facilities or support to enable you to participate in the event. In such cases, clear notices will be provided on application forms to make clear what information we need and why we need it.

All sensitive personal data is stored on a secure database, to which only a limited number of relevant staff have access. It is deleted when no longer relevant, is never shared with third parties, and is available to you at any point should you wish to see it.

We will only collect or use this type of data if there is a specific reason for doing so. We will always explain this reason to you when we ask for the data and will usually ask for your explicit consent to use it. For example, if you register to run a marathon on our behalf, we will ask to collect and store information on your health for your own protection and to make sure that we can provide you with appropriate facilities and support. We wouldn’t ask for consent if it is information that you have clearly made public, for example, the political views of a political figure or candidate, or your religion if you are working with us because you represent a faith group such as your church.

Age is not legally considered as a special category of data, but we will always treat it sensitively.

 

How we collect Personal Data

Drop of compassion will always ensure that we obtain consent before collecting personal data. Personal data is only collected when entering into a relationship with donors, sponsors, partners and suppliers.

Examples of how we collect personal data may be through:

  • Website contact and newsletter sign ups
  • Processing donations (website or in-person)
  • Bank Transfer Donations
  • Charity Events
  • Volunteering
  • Third party website visitor information and tracking Data (e.g. Google and Facebook, Instagram, Mailchimp)
  • Third party fundraising charity giving tools (e.g. JustGiving, LaunchGood)
  • Payment processors (e.g. Paypal)
  • Third party cloud storage software (e.g. Dropbox, Google Drive)

Please note that how we collect personal data may not be limited to the above-mentioned categories.

 

How will your data be used

Drop of compassion is committed to ensuring that personal data is not used for any reasons other than what you would reasonably expect. Examples include:

  • Dealing with your enquiries, requests and complaints
  • Processing donations
  • Providing donation receipts
  • Processing Gift Aid donations
  • Updating donors on how donations have been utilised
  • Keeping donors updated on current and upcoming projects
  • Complying with our legal obligations policies and procedures
  • Administering membership records
  • Fundraising and Marketing

Please note this may not be limited to the above-mentioned categories.

 

Third Parties and your data:

Certain third party organisations collect data on our behalf as well as for their own use.

Third party organisations we currently receive data from, but not limited to, are JustGiving, Paypal, Mailchimp, Facebook, instagram and Google. These organisations will have their own data protection and privacy policies, which you should be aware. We make sure these third parties comply strictly with our criteria and data protection laws.

 

Legal Basis for processing information

We will always make sure that we consider why we are processing your personal data and identify our legal basis for doing so. Often this will be because you have given us your consent. We may also process your data where we are furthering our legitimate aims and have assessed that the processing is not likely to be too intrusive, or to unduly infringe on your rights and freedoms.

In some cases, we have a legal or statutory duty to process information, and we will always comply with any legal requirement.

We may also process your personal data where it is necessary to carry out the terms of a contract, which we have with you (or when we are in the process of forming that contract with you).

 

Marketing communications:

We will make it easy for you to tell us if you would like to receive “marketing” communications (including fundraising and campaigning communications) from us and hear more about our work, and the ways in which you would like to receive this information (post, email, text and phone). In every communication, we will always make it clear how you can tell us to choose to receive further marketing communications.

If you tell us that you do not want to receive marketing communications, we will remove you from our list and will then not send you any further marketing materials.

 

Processing your data on the basis of your consent:

There are a number of circumstances where we only process your data on the basis of your consent. Examples of this are:

  • To send you marketing by email.
  • To send you marketing by SMS (text message).
  • To send you direct messages through social media.
  • To process health information that you give us if you are participating in an event or travelling with Drop of Compassion overseas.

When you give your consent for us to contact you, we do not treat this as valid indefinitely. However, we understand that our supporters want to continue to hear from us whilst they have an active relationship with us, and for a period afterwards.

Here are some examples of what we mean by an active relationship:

  • If you make a donation or sponsorship payment to us, including regular monthly gifts or child sponsorship donations
  • If you participate in an event on our behalf
  • If you tell us that you have left us a gift in your Will
  • If you have an ongoing conversation with one of our fundraisers about our work

We will consider your consent to be valid whilst you take these actions, and then for 24 months afterwards, to enable us to keep you up to date with our work and to offer you other ways you might choose to support us. At the end of this time period then we will get in touch with you to re-confirm that you are happy to continue to hear from us.

You can withdraw your consent at any time. If you wish to do so, or have any questions on this, please contact our Data Protection Officer at:

Post: Data Protection Officer, Drop of Compassion, 9 Exton Road, Leicester, LE5 4AF, England
Email: dpo@dropofcompassion.org

 

The Legitimate Interests basis:

We have a duty to the poor and needy to promote ourselves and our work; to responsibly raise as much money as possible to further our charitable aims; to update our supporters and the general public on our progress; and to operate in an effective way. We always pursue these interests in a respectful manner, with our supporters at the heart of what we do. We might further our legitimate interests in the following ways:

To communicate with you about marketing and fundraising materials or products:

  • To respond to requests for information, such as where you have asked for a fundraising pack.
  • To send you mail relating to activity that we think you may be interested in (unless you have told us you do not want this). We will always consider how much mail you receive from us, and what the topic is, to ensure that it is appropriate.
  • To contact you by telephone for fundraising or marketing purposes where you have provided us with your number.
  • To use social media so that you see Drop of Compassion adverts on your newsfeed.

To ensure that we understand our supporters and so can contact them in a way that is relevant for them, and to make sure that we are using our marketing budgets effectively:

  • To segment and analyse our data that we hold so that we can understand who our supporters are and contact them about specific activity. For example, to identify which supporters have previously participated in running events, and to send them details of future running activity.
  • To undertake research on potential high value supporters, to understand their philanthropic interests and ensure that we only contact people whose interests align with our business.

To manage our everyday business needs:

  • To work with third party suppliers, where we can make use of their expertise in a specialist field, or where they can provide services at a more cost-effective rate than we could manage internally.
  • To update our database records to keep them accurate, for example, to amend an address where we receive returned mail.
  • To contact former job applicants who we consider as talents.

You have the right to object to us processing your data on the grounds of our legitimate interests. If you would like us to stop using your data on this basis, please do get in touch with us.

 

Administrative messages:

There are some administrative messages that we legally must share with you, which are not affected by how you have told us you would like us to contact you for marketing purposes.

Examples of these include:

  • Confirming the details of any direct debit that you set up with us, including your bank account and payment details;
  • Confirming where you have made a Gift Aid Declaration orally, so that we can give you the information on the tax implications of this;

 

Marketing

Drop of Compassion will ask its supporters to “opt-in” for most of our electronic communications. This includes all our electronic marketing communications (the term marketing is broadly defined and, for instance, covers information about projects and Drop of Compassion).

This means you’ll have the choice as to how you want to receive these messages and be able to post, phone, email, text.

You can decide not to receive communications or change how we contact you at any time. If you wish to do so please contact our Data Protection Officer at:

Post: Data Protection Officer, Drop of Compassion, 9 Exton Road, Leicester, LE5 4AF, England
Email: dpo@dropofcompassion.org

 

What does ‘marketing’ mean?

Marketing does not just mean offering things for sale, but also includes news and information about:

  • our charity, campaigns and project work
  • our role in educating the public
  • Drop of Compassion benefits and offers
  • volunteering opportunities and how you can help
  • appeals and fundraising (including donations and also competitions, raffles etc.)
  • our events, activities and local groups
  • products, services and offers (our own, and those of third parties which may interest you)
  • leaving a legacy and
  • taking part in projects.

When you receive a communication, we may collect information about you respond to or interact with that communication, and this may affect how we communicate with you in future.

 

Newsletters and magazines:

Newsletters and magazines are provided as a benefit to our supporters. We send these out to all our members (unless you specifically ask us not to) and you can choose to unsubscribe from general marketing communications without giving up your subscription to these. However, please be aware that these can include advertisements, competitions, sponsors and fundraising information.

 

Fundraising:

As a charity, we rely on donations and support from others to continue our work. From time to time, we will contact members and supporters with fundraising material and communications. This might be about an appeal, a competition we’re running, or to suggest ways you can raise funds (e.g. a sponsored event or activity, or even buying a product if we will receive some of the proceeds).

As with other marketing communications, we’ll only contact you specifically about fundraising you have not opted out to receiving from us (and you can, of course, opt out at any time).

 

 

Where will your data be shared

Drop of Compassion will not disclose any of your personally identifiable information, except when we have your permission or under special circumstances, such as when we believe in good faith that the law requires it.  If you opt to share your personal information on the Gift Aid claim form, we will provide your data to HMRC (HM Revenue and Custom) for auditing purposes.

We enter into contracts with all our data processors and regularly monitor their activities to ensure they are complying with our policies and procedures. We do not allow these organisations to use your data for their own purposes or disclose it to other third parties without our consent and we will take all reasonable care to ensure that they keep your data secure.

We will not sell or swap your personal information to other organisations for use by them in any way, including in their own direct marketing activities.

We may disclose your personal information in the following circumstances:

  • We may need to share your information with our partners, subsidiaries, affiliates or service providers who help us to deliver our projects, fundraising activities and appeals (subject to your communication preferences and our internal policies and procedures). We require these third parties to comply strictly with our instructions and data protection laws and we will make sure that appropriate controls are in place.
  • Where you register to take part in an event (such as a run), and we have to provide your details to the event organiser to secure your place.
  • Where a company sends us data because you have given permission for them to share it, for example, where you set up an online giving fundraising page, sign up for an event via a third party or register with the Telephone or Fundraising Preference Services.
  • We may use other companies to provide services and process your personal data on our behalf, including: packaging and delivering postal mail; sending emails; processing credit card payments; making telephone calls to our supporters; signing up new supporters for us in door to door, street or private site campaigns. We may analyse supporter trends to help us offer you communications that are most appropriate to you and your interests. We will only provide those companies with the information they need to deliver the specific service and we ensure that your data is treated with the same level of care as if we were handling it directly.
  • When you are using our secure online donation pages, you are going through to a secure payment provider Paypal UK Ltd.
  • Where we are under duty to disclose your personal information in order to comply with law or the disclosure is ‘necessary’ for purposes of national security taxation and criminal investigation or we have your written consent.
  • Where we need to perform due diligence checks to ensure fraudsters are not abusing us or criminals posing as genuine donors, for example money laundering proceeds of crime tax avoidance.
  • Where we legally have to share information. For example, if you make a Gift Aid declaration to enable us to claim Gift Aid on donations that you make, we have to share your name and address with HMRC so that they can audit our claim.

 

Information collected from Work/Volunteer applications

When you apply to work or volunteer at Drop of Compassion, we will use the information you give to us to process your application and to monitor recruitment statistics.

If there are instances in which we need to disclose your details to persons outside Drop of Compassion, for example, when conducting background checks such as references, professional qualifications or obtaining a disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service, we will inform you in advance of doing so, unless we are required to disclose this information by law.

We always keep anonymous statistical information about applicants to develop our recruitment processes and for equality and diversity monitoring. This will not contain any information that could identify individual job applicants.

If you begin employment with us, we will put together a staff file, which will contain your information. This information will be kept secure, and will only be used for matters that apply directly to your employment with Drop of Compassion.

 

How long will we keep your personal information

We will hold your personal information on our systems for as long as is necessary for the relevant activity.

If you request that, we stop sending you marketing materials we will keep a record of your contact details and appropriate information to enable us to comply with your request not to be contacted by us.

We are legally required to hold some personal information to fulfil statutory obligations, for example the collection of Gift Aid or to support certain financial transactions.

 

Where we keep your information

Our operations are based in the UK and we store our data within the European Union. Some organisations which provide services to us may transfer personal data outside of the EEA, but we’ll only allow them to do so if your data is adequately protected or with your permission.

Some of our own team may be abroad on site or may actually be living abroad and may carry or store your data on their personal device. Strict protocols would ensure this team member would be highly trained to comply with the Data Protection Regulations and only keep with them what is necessary.

Your data may also leave the European Economic Area if you travel with us, for example by signing up to one of our volunteering trips. This will only be information specifically related to your trip, for example to book your travel, or to arrange your visit to one of our sites with our overseas colleagues.

 

How we keep your data safe

We ensure that there are appropriate technical and organisational controls in place to protect your personal details to the highest possible standards.  For example our online forms are always encrypted and our network is protected and routinely monitored and maintained.

This includes the use of secure servers, firewalls, virus and malware protection, secure socket layer (SSL) encryption and secure file transfer protocol for our work with third parties. We follow payment card industry (PCI) security compliance guidelines when processing credit card payments.

When using external companies to collect or process personal data on our behalf. We do comprehensive checks on these companies before we work with them and make sure they are compliant, and put a contract in place that sets out our expectations and requirements, especially regarding how they manage the personal data they collect on our behalf, or have access to.

Access to all Drop of Compassion data is protected by complex passwords, including letters, numbers and characters: in some cases more than one method of authentication is used. We make sure that only staff who need to access your personal data can do so. Any member of our staff who has access to your personal data is given training to make sure that they understand the importance of keeping your information safe and secure at all times.

Whilst we take all of the measures that we’ve outlined above, unfortunately, the transmission of information using the internet is not completely secure. Although we will do our best to protect your personal data sent to us this way, we cannot guarantee the security of data transmitted to our site. Also, we cannot guarantee the security of your home computer or the internet, and any online communications (e.g. information provided by email or our website) are at the user’s own risk.

 

Social media

Using social media is a great way for us to update you on our work, and let you know the difference your support is making. When we use your data in this way we upload a file to Facebook. This file is used to find our supporters on Facebook and Instagram by matching email or phone number data to Facebook and Instagram accounts.

In addition to this, we may use your data to create ‘lookalike’ audiences on Facebook and Instagram. This means that Facebook and Instagram will match interests, behaviour and demographics to create a new audience which closely matches our existing supporters. Using this method is the most efficient way for us to reach more people who are likely to take an interest in our work, meaning we use our funds most effectively.

If you don’t want us to use your data in this way, please contact our Data Protection Officer at:

Post: Data Protection Officer, Drop of Compassion, 9 Exton Road, Leicester, LE5 4AF, England
Email: dpo@dropofcompassion.org

 

How we use cookies

We use cookies in order to provide you with a more personalised web service.

Cookies are small text files placed on your computer by websites you visit. This shows us the standard internet log information and details of visitor behavior pattern. When someone visits this website we collect this. We do this to find out things such as the number of visitors to the various parts of the site.

Please note that cookies can’t harm your computer and we do not store any personally identifiable information such as credit card details in cookies.

We collect this information in a way which does not identify anyone. We do not make any attempt to find out the identities of those visiting our website. We will not associate any data gathered from this site with any personally identifying information from any source.

Cookies cannot be used by themselves to identify you.  A cookie will typically contain the name of the domain from which the cookie has come, the “lifetime” of the cookie, and a value, usually a randomly generated unique number. For more information about cookies, please see www.allaboutcookies.org.

If we do want to collect personally identifiable information through our website, we will be up front about this. We will make it clear when we collect personal information and will explain what we intend to do with it.

If you do not wish to receive cookies you can easily modify your web browser to refuse cookies, or to notify you when you receive a new cookie. However, you may not be able to use all the interactive features of our site if cookies are disabled, and so in order to enjoy the Drop of Compassion site to the full, we recommend that you leave them switched on.

 

Links to other sites

Our website contains hyperlinks to many other websites. We are not responsible for the content or functionality of any of those external websites.

If an external website requests personal information from you, the information you provide will not be covered by our Privacy Policy. We suggest you read the privacy policy of any website before providing any personal information.

When purchasing goods or services from any of the businesses that our site links to, you will be entering into a contract with them (agreeing to their terms and conditions) and not with Drop of Compassion.

 

Embedded content from other websites

Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website.

These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that embedded content, including tracing your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account and are logged in to that website.

 

Age of Consent

We are committed to protecting the privacy of the young people that engage with us through our website and at fundraising events. If you’re aged 13 or under, you must get your parent/guardian’s permission before you provide any personal information on the Website

 

Your right to be forgotten

You have a right to be forgotten, which means that you can ask us to delete your personal detail. You should know that there are some circumstances where we may need to keep your details, for example, in order to comply with a legal obligation. If this situation occurs then we will explain and discuss these circumstances with you.

If you would like to discuss or exercise this right, please contact our Data Protection Officer at:

Post: Data Protection Officer, Drop of Compassion, 9 Exton Road, Leicester, LE5 4AF, England
Email: dpo@dropofcompassion.org

 

 

Amendments to the Privacy Policy

This policy was last updated May 2018

We may change our policy from time to time so please visit our website and read the privacy policy each time you share your personal information with us.

If we make significant changes, such as in how or why we process your personal data, we will also publicise these changes on our website or may contact you directly with more information.

Please do revisit this policy each time you consider giving your personal data to Drop of Compassion

 

Contact Information

If you would like to: access, correct, amend or delete any personal information we have about you, register a complaint, or simply want more information in relation to this policy contact our Data Protection Officer at:

Post: Data Protection Officer, Drop of Compassion, 9 Exton Road, Leicester, LE5 4AF, England
Email: dpo@dropofcompassion.org

 

 

 

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