Who are we
This privacy notice covers all personal data that is gathered by Velindre Fundraising, charity number 1052501. We are a licenced charity that operate under the establishment of Velindre NHS Trust.
Our privacy notice explains how Velindre Fundraising uses personal data. All references to ‘we’ or ‘us’ in this notice refer to Velindre Fundraising.
Information we collect is governed by this privacy statement.
Information We Collect
We may collect personal data about you when you:
This can include information such as your name, communication preferences, email address, postal address, IP address, telephone number, mobile number, date of birth or bank account details so we can process donations, or information as to whether you are a taxpayer to help us to claim gift aid.
We do not collect any data defined as special categories of personal data under Data Protection law about our supporters unless there is a clear reason for doing so, for example, relating to your health, and only where appropriate - such as participation in a marathon or similar fundraising event, or where we need to ensure that we provide appropriate support to enable you to participate in an event or support us in some other way.
We will only collect special categories of personal data with the supporters consent, and clear notices will be provided on applications for events and other relevant forms and communications, so you know what information we need and why we need it.
What is our legal basis for processing your personal data
When we collect and use your personal data, we will make sure this is only done accordance with at least one of the legal grounds available to us under Data Protection law.
One of these is where we have obtained your specific consent to use your information for a previously notified purpose, such as to send you an email/text in order to provide you with a product, service or information at your request.
Another is where we have a legal obligation to use or disclose information about you – for instance, where we are ordered by a court or regulatory authority or we are legally required to hold transaction details for Gift Aid or accounting/tax purposes.
In certain instances, we may collect and use personal data, in order to:
In all cases, we balance our needs against your rights as an individual and make sure we only use personal data in a way or for a purpose that you would reasonably expect in accordance with this Policy and that does not intrude on your privacy or previously expressed preferences.
Where we process special categories of personal data (as mentioned above), we will make sure that we only do so in accordance with one of the additional lawful grounds for processing such as where we have your explicit consent or you have made that information manifestly public.
Security and Sharing of your personal data
As described within the provisions of Data Protection law, we take appropriate measures to maintain the security of your data. We ensure your information is kept in strict confidence, kept secure and safeguarded from unauthorised access.
Where we process your personal data, and unless there is a legal obligation to use or disclose information about you (as mentioned above), we never share your personal data with any other charities or organisations.
How long do we keep your personal data?
We keep your personal data only for as long as required to operate the service in accordance with legal requirements and tax and accounting rules. Where your information is no longer required, we will ensure it is disposed of in a secure manner.
Telling us when things change
You can help us keep our records up to date by telling us when your contact details and other personal data changes. You can also change your mind at any time about how we contact you or ask us to stop contacting you altogether.
If you tell us that you no longer want to receive further contact from us and you are on our supporter database, it may take a short while before our communications stop altogether as selection of supporter information for some of our appeals is done a few weeks in advance of mailing. If you request to receive no further contact from us, we will keep the information we hold on you and add you to our suppression lists to ensure that you do not receive unwanted materials in the future.
Access to your information and correction
You have the right to obtain a copy of personal data we hold about you, and for this to be provided free of charge. If you would like to receive some or all of your personal data (called a Subject Access Request), please contact us.
In addition to the right of access as detailed above, Data Protection law gives you a number of further rights, and these are:
Contacting us about your personal data
To exercise all relevant rights or should you have any objections or queries relating to how your personal data is being processed by us, please contact our Data Protection Officer at :
Velindre NHS Trust,
For independent advice about data protection, privacy and data-sharing issues, or if you should ever be dissatisfied with the way we have handled your personal data you can contact the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) at:
ICO Wales contact details
Information Commissioner’s Office – Wales
2nd Floor, Churchill House
Telephone: 029 2067 8400/Fax: 029 2067 8399
Email: [email protected]
ICO Head office details
Information Commissioner's Office - Wycliffe House
Telephone: 0303 123 1113 or 01625 545745
Fax: 01625 524510 Website: www.ico.gov.uk
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