At Mother Helpage we take your privacy very seriously and are committed to protecting your personal information. Please read this policy, along with our terms & conditions carefully to understand how we collect, use and store your personal information.
Mother Helpage, a UK registeres charity, aims to transform lives by improving access to youth development, women empowerment, safe water, hygiene, emergency relief, sponsorship, seasonal projects and much more in the world’s poorest communities.
Mother Helpage registered charity numbers 1148450 (England and Wales).
Mother Helpage is the ‘controller’ of your personal information and is responsible for it.
Mother Helpage operates globally, and is established in a number of countries across the world.
We may share your personal information with the “Mother Helpage Group”, only in accordance with data privacy law, and where we have put in place appropriate safeguards. We only transfer personal information using safe and secure methods to limit the risk it is compromised.
Our Data Protection Officers are Kashif Salim.
The Data Protection Officer
6 David Lane
This policy includes:
We collect personal information in the following ways:
For example, when you:
For example, when it is shared with us by third parties such as professional fundraisers, partners, or subcontractors acting on our behalf, or through fundraising sites such as JustGiving or Virgin Money. These organisations will have their own privacy policies, and/or statements so please do ensure you check when providing your personal information to them.
You may have provided your details to another organisation that works with Mother Helpage.
For example, in order to sign up to a third party event, or if you purchased a product via PayPal or CAF online. When working with other organisations, we work to ensure it’s completely clear to you that your information will be shared with Mother Helpage. The information we get from these third parties depends on your settings and the permissions and choices you have provided, so you should regularly check what you have agreed that these third party organisations may share with us or with others.
Depending on your settings and the relevant policies and terms of service, when using social media and messaging services like Facebook and Twitter, you might give us permission to access information about you from those accounts or services.
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