Concern Worldwide (registered number 39647, registered charity number CHY5745, place of registration: Dublin, Ireland) is committed to protecting the privacy of our supporters. The following Concern Worldwide Privacy Statement will explain to you how we collect, store and use personal information submitted to us.
We value and respect all individuals and organisations seeking to donate time, money or resources to our work with the poorest of the poor in the developing world. We endeavour to protect our users' information, through compliance with the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 (as amended). When our supporters submit personal and sensitive information, this information is protected by a secure system both online and offline.
When you contact Concern Worldwide regarding an event, activity, campaign, send or receive information or make a donation, you can provide us with your personal information. This data is stored on our secure computerised database to enable us to respond to your requests, keep you updated and informed about our work and how your donation(s) is being used. In the future, we may communicate with you by mail, email or telephone.
Names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses are protected by Concern Worldwide on a computerised system to ensure that loss, misuse, unauthorised access or disclosure, alteration or destruction of this information is not probable.
Updating, verifying and deleting personal data
You may inform us of any changes in your personal data, and in accordance with our obligations under the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 we will update or delete your personal data accordingly. To find out what personal data we hold on you or to have your personal data updated, amended or removed from our database, please email it to us at email@example.com or write to Supporter Services, Concern Worldwide, 52-55 Camden Street, Dublin 2. Any such data subject requests may be subject to the fee prescribed under the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003.
Credit card numbers, account numbers, and online donations are protected by a secure server software called Realex. This secure software encrypts financial information provided online. It prevents anyone else reading your personal and sensitive information while your donation is being processed.
When you make an online donation, your data will be shared with third party merchant account providers so that the transaction may be processed. Any data which you share with third party merchant account providers and which is then shared with Concern may be used by us strictly in relation to processing this transaction, and with your consent we will keep you updated about our work.
To ensure we have an accurate personal record of our supporters, please contact us if your personal details have changed so we can update your record.
Under the Data Protection Act 1988, it is your right to decide how your details are used. If you do not wish us to use your details in this way, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Supporter Services, Concern Worldwide, 52-55 Camden Street, Dublin 2.
We may provide your data to a third party, including outside the European Economic Area, for data processing or analysis. With strict security procedures in place, we endeavour to protect your data at all times.
We use the information collected by cookies to provide necessary services to our users, such as taking donations. We also use them to help us understand more about how our website is used by our supporters and how we could improve what we do to better suit their needs.
Please remember that if you decline our cookies, or ask for notification each time a cookie is being sent, this may affect your experience of the Concern website. It may prevent you from being able to make a donation.
If you have any queries or questions about privacy and/or security of your personal data please contact us at email@example.com.
This statement is subject to change and any such changes to our privacy statement will be posted on this page without prior notification.
Visit www.dataprotection.ie for further information.