Jubilee Campaign depends on our friends and supporters to fulfil our mission to protect and care for Children at Risk. Without your support, trust and generosity, we would not be able to continue this important work. That is why we will always be transparent about how we handle your personal data and will do all that is needed to keep your information safe.
This Privacy Notice explains in detail how we collect, use and store your personal data. We take the privacy and security of your personal information seriously and ensure that every precaution necessary is taken to keep your data safe.
It’s likely that we’ll need to update this Privacy Notice every now and again to make sure it's accurate. We’ll do our best to let you know of any major changes, but the most up-to-date version will always be on our website for you to check.
Jubilee Campaign combines effective lobbying with transformational charitable action for Persecuted Families and Children at Risk worldwide.
David Alton MP (now Lord Alton of Liverpool) and Danny Smith launched Jubilee Campaign in Parliament in 1987 after the successful Siberian Seven Campaign. The human rights pressure group helped to set up the All Party Parliamentary Group on Street Children in 1992 and served as its secretariat for over a decade. A charity (Jubilee Action) was established in 1992 and both organisations worked together under the direction of Danny Smith. He now works with Jubilee Campaign after links with Jubilee Action ended in 2009. Jubilee Campaign has consultative status at the United Nations and took advantage of changes in charitable law in the UK and registered as a charity in 2009. Jubilee Campaign continues long standing partnerships with strategic projects for vulnerable and abandoned children in places such as India and the Philippines, providing direct practical help where it will really make a difference and change more lives.
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You may have given us your personal information directly when requesting information about a project or campaign, making a donation, getting involved with a campaign and signing a petition, lobbying for one of our campaigns, participating in one of our events. Or contacting us after information about us our campaign was published in newspaper articles, blogs etc.
The personal data we hold on you is any personal data you have shared with us. This will include any forms you’ve filled in on our website or details that you’ve included when sending a donation for our work after receiving our newsletter. It may also include any contact you have made with us, such as emails or letters or notes that you’ve sent to us. These details will include:
These are some of the ways that we use your personal data:
When processing your personal data, Jubilee Campaign will follow legal guidelines as outlined in the GDPR and use one of the following legal principles:
Consent: We will always seek to obtain your freely given, clear and specific consent before processing your personal data. Our communications and website will have clear instructions of how to withdraw consent or change how we communicate with you.
Necessary for contract: We will need to process personal data if we enter into a contract with you.
Legal obligation: We need to keep certain information that contains personal data such as financial records to comply with our statutory obligations.
Legitimate interest: We may use your personal data to contact you where we believe it is in our legitimate interest to do so and where we are confident that such processing is not likely to prejudice your legitimate interests or rights and freedoms.
An example of this may be to let you know about an event in your area or an activity we think would particularly be of interest to you. You may have registered an interest in a specific campaign or project and we may contact you with an update. If we do contact you on this basis we will offer you the opportunity to request that we do not do so again in the future.
Jubilee Campaign has never sold or passed on the personal details of supporters to any other organization or group and never will under any circumstances. Our supporters will never receive any form of communication from other groups as a result of giving personal information to Jubilee Campaign.
We use the information provided by our supporters only for the purposes it was given. At times, we may share your data with specific entities known as third-party providers in order to fulfill our responsibilities. These third-party entities would provide services to Jubilee Campaign including delivering post, sending emails, processing donations and payments, printing newsletters and sending them out. In such circumstances, only specific information is provided in order for these entities to complete the services they were contracted to do. These are responsible entities who treat your personal data with respect and integrity at all times and will delete it after use. We do not allow these organizations to use information about you for their own purposes.
We may legally be required to disclose your details if required to by the police or for regulatory reasons. We will only ever share your data in other circumstances if we have your consent to do so.
We will always act in accordance with the law in all our transactions and will follow all regulations required by GDPR regulations regarding the allotted length of time personal data is held. We hold information where it is required or authorized by law e.g. the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) require us to keep financial transaction information for 7 years.
We will keep information securely on our systems for as long as necessary in order to fulfil the particular and relevant activity and when we have your consent to do so. This includes keeping you informed about campaigns and projects that you have expressed an interest in or when you have sent us donations for our campaigns and projects.
The personal data of our supporters is stored by Jubilee Campaign using an effective and secure cloud-based database program with servers that are based in the UK. They have stringent security systems in place and provide detailed data usage agreements to their customers.
Our database is stored on a password-protected computer. Only trained staff who have a specific need to use our database are given access to it; volunteers or outside persons do not have access to our database.
We are transparent and make marketing consent clear in our communication.
We never sell or share the personal data of our supporters to anyone.
The security of your personal data is very important to us. We know it is important to you as well and we take care to handle and store it as best we can and in line with the new GDPR legislation. We use encrypted https links between our web server and your browser which means that all data passed between you and us cannot be intercepted. We do not store your card details ourselves, but instead utilize SagePay, who are a Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard compliant payment processing provider for all donations or orders placed online and over the phone. All personal data is stored and encrypted in a secure data center based in the United Kingdom. We monitor and check our data security systems for possible vulnerabilities and attacks.
Yes, absolutely. Your right to have your personal data removed from our database is guaranteed by GDPR legislation. This is also known as the ‘Right to Erasure’. It means that organizations like ours must allow for data to be deleted where practicable on request. You can do this by either (i) opting out by using the option we provide in the relevant direct marketing message (e.g. a newsletter), or (ii) updating your preferences on our website www.jubileecampaign.co.uk (iii) by sending an email to the Data Protection Officer email@example.com (iv) writing to:
Data Protection Officer Jubilee Campaign PO Box 700 Addlestone Surrey KT15 8BW
Our policy has always been to remove people from our database if they ask us to do so. It would be a waste of our resources for us to spend money sending mail to people who don’t want to receive our newsletters. We only hold personal data of supporters who want to be on our mailing list or if we are required to retain such data for legal or regulatory requirements.