What Types of Information do We Collect
When you make a donation to St Andrew's Foundation, a receipt is provided. Your details are held securely and are only used for fundraising activities. We understand that there may be times when you are not in a position to make a gift. You can ask us not to contact you and we will respect your wish.
We may collect information for statistical purposes about services provided and demographic data (optional), so we can tailor the information we provide to our supporters.
We collect financial information (such as credit card information) in order to receive payment for donations.
We may collect information about potential supporters, sponsors or members from information that is publicly available to help us develop our donor, sponsorship and membership programs.
We are bound by taxation law to retain detailed financial records of donor activity for seven years including donor details and the level of their financial support. Donor details are held securely and are only used for intended fundraising activities.
We will ensure a donor is given prior knowledge and has gained approval before any recognition of their donation is made public.
Online facility for donations to St Andrew's Foundation is secure and encrypted and data stored on our computers is password protected.
We will not use or release donor information about individual visits to the website or information that the donor may provide electronically to any other organisation, person or group without the express consent of the donor.
A donor has the right to make a request of the organisation to access their personal information which is being held by the organisation. This request is to be made in writing and the information will be provided at no charge to the donor.
A donor has the right to make a request to make amendments to the donor’s records held by the organisation if these records are in the donor’s opinion incomplete, incorrect, out-of-date or misleading.
We are committed to protecting and maintaining the privacy, accuracy and security of all donor information. Personal information will not be revealed, sold, distributed, rented, licensed, shared or passed on to any third party unless consent (whether express or implied) has been granted by the stakeholder, or organisation, or St Andrew's Foundation is required to do so by law.
If you wish to remain anonymous or use a pseudonym when dealing with us as a donor, we will attempt to fulfil your request. However, it may not be practicable to assist you depending on your need. For example, if you wish to donate anonymously, we can use certain payment mechanisms to facilitate this such as a bank cheque.