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We collect information about you when you:
When you give us your details, you agree to us recording your details on our secure database, so we can provide you with the best possible service every time you contact us and allow us to keep you up-to-date on our work.
The Brain Tumour Charity holds its data on a secure database. Access to this system is limited and there is restricted access to data based on a person's role in the organisation.
The Brain Tumour Charity's digital files are stored on a terminal server hosted by Bluecube Technology Solutions at a data centre in the UK. Access to this data centre is restricted.
All paper records are stored on premises at our offices. These offices are securely locked up when no members of staff are present. All personal data is locked securely in cupboards, with restricted access to the keys.
In line with the principles defined in the Data Protection Act 1998, The Brain Tumour Charity will ensure that personal data will:
We use the information we collect about you to:
Your details will be kept securely and only shared with trusted suppliers who enable us to deliver our charitable objectives, for example, distribution of our newsletter.
We never sell or swap your details with any third parties, including charities.
If at any stage you do not want to hear from us, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org, call us on 01252 749990 or write to us at The Brain Tumour Charity, Hartshead House, 61-65 Victoria Road, Farnborough GU14 7PA.
Any person whose personal information is held or processed by The Brain Tumour Charity has the right to know:
Individuals have a right under the Act to access certain personal data being kept about them, either physically or digitally. Anyone on wishes to exercise this right should apply, in writing, to the Data Controller at the address above. A £10 processing fee will be required. The charity will respond within 40 days of receiving payment of the processing fee, providing that the request includes appropriate contact details and proof of identity from the data subject.