GDPR: What is it?
You will perhaps be aware of GDPR from your place of work or the media or through communications you are receiving from commercial or other charitable organisations about your personal data and preferences for being contacted.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) have given organisations the date of 25 May 2018 to be compliant with the updated General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Wirral Hospice St John's has always and will continue to take Data Protection extremely seriously.
- We DO NOT pass on or sell your details to any other organisation
- We DO NOT store bank card or credit card security codes
- We DO NOT profile supporters by wealth screening
- We DO NOT store any data about you that is not relevant to us or appropriate
Read our Fundraising Promise here.
If you are an existing supporter of any of our fundraising activities, should you wish to you can update your communications preferences online or call 0151 343 0778 to speak with a member of the Fundraising Dept.
This page shows clearly what communications channels we use with existing fundraising supporters. New supporters will be given a range of communications preferences options to opt into or not at the point of making their first donation to our charity.
These are the fundraising databases we use for fundraising supporter data.
Right of access:
You will have the right to access any personal information we hold about you at the hospice, free of charge. You can ask for this by completing Subject Access Request (SAR) and we will respond within one month.
Under the Act, it is possible for individuals to request access to any of their personal data held by the hospice, subject to certain restrictions. A request for disclosure of such information is called a Subject Access Request (SAR) and should be addressed FAO:
Wirral Hospice St John’s Data Controller
Wirral CH63 6JE
Or please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last updated 24.05.18