The Fed is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy and personal data.
We strictly adhere to all fundraising and data protection legislation and guidelines.
We take all necessary steps to ensure that personal data is kept secure at all times against unauthorised or unlawful loss or disclosure.
Employees of The Fed who process personal information understand that they are responsible for following good data protection practice.
Any query you may have about the handling of your personal information will be promptly and courteously dealt with. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 0161 772 4800.
This policy, together with our terms and conditions, and any other documents referred to in it, sets out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed and stored by us.
Please read it carefully to understand how we will treat your personal data. We reserve the right to amend this policy. Please visit this page periodically to keep up to date with any changes we make.
For the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1998 (the Act), the data controller is The Fed of Heathlands Village, Heathlands Drive, Prestwich, Manchester M25 9SB.
What information we collect
The type and amount of personal information we collect from you via this website depends on how you use this website. We collect three types of information:
- Anonymous data that is automatically collected from all visitors
- Personal data that you voluntarily submit in connection with activities set out below
- Financial data that you voluntarily submit in connection with any of the relevant activities set out below
If you submit such information, we will ensure that it is only used for the purpose for which it was submitted and will ensure that the data is held securely.
You may be asked to supply personal information (anything that enables us to identify you in some way, such as your name and email address) via The Fed’s website in order to:
- make a donation
- support a Fed fundraiser
- buy a ticket or register for an event
- buy a gift card or other item
- apply for a job vacancy
- apply to be a volunteer
- make an enquiry about any of our services or other information or material
- subscribe to our e-bulletin or other publication
Cookies and Anonymous Data
Cookies and Consent
We may collect and record information, which you have not submitted, in order to understand more about how our site is used eg through Google Analytics. To do this we may send cookies to your PC or other device.
Some cookies do not relate to our website such as pages, concerning the processing of donations by our payment service provider or pages containing embedded content such as videos, Twitter feed, Facebook likes. You may receive cookies delivered from these websites.
We do not govern the publication of third party cookies. To understand more about their cookies and privacy statements, please visit the relevant sites.
If you do not want cookies to be stored on your PC or other device you can disable this function within your web browser, though this may affect your navigation around our site. The “Help” menu in the toolbar of most web browsers will tell you how to change your browser’s cookie settings, including how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie, and how to disable cookies altogether.
You can always opt-out of Google Analytics cookies by using Google’s opt-out tool.
Storing and using your data
All information you provide to us is held securely in accordance with the Data Protection Act) 1998 (DPA) and the GDPR (EU General Data Protection Regulation) which will replace the DPA in the UK in May 2018.
We will use the information we hold about you to deal with the purpose/s for which you supplied it to us, as set out in paragraph 3 above, and to improve our understanding of how our site is used as per paragraph 4 above.
Staying in touch with The Fed
We will not use your data to communicate with you in the future unless you provide your clear unequivocal consent for us to do so.
Please visit http://www.thefed.org.uk/yourchoice/ to let us know your preferences about how we should keep in touch with you in the future and what you want to hear about.
If you prefer you can download a Communications Preference Form. Simply print it off, complete it and send it to us at The Fed, Heathlands Village, Heathalnds Drive, Prestwich, M25 9SB or you can call us on 0161 772 4800.
Changing how we stay in touch
If, in the future, you want to change how we keep in touch with you or what about, let us know by visiting http://www.thefed.org.uk/yourchoice/
If you prefer, you can let us know by downloading a Communications Preference Form. Simply print it off, complete it and send it to us at The Fed, Heathlands Village, Heathlands Drive, Prestwich, M25 9SB or you can leave a message with our Customer Services Team on 0161 772 4800.
Stopping us being in touch
If you decide you want us to stop keeping in touch with you altogether, you can let us know by visiting http://www.thefed.org.uk/yourchoice/ or you can leave a message with our Customer Services Team on the above number.
Processing your financial data
In order to process Direct Debit or Credit Card transactions we will ask for your card details. To ensure the maximum level of security is applied to your data, all transmissions over the internet are encrypted using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer).
Credit Card, Debit Card and bank detail information is not retained on our web servers, but is transferred to our PCI compliant payment gateway services (for the purpose of collecting and recording payments).
The Fed does not rent or sell mailing details to any third party.
The Fed website includes links to other sites, not owned or managed by The Fed. We cannot be held responsible for the privacy of data collected by websites not managed by The Fed.