General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
GDPR is Europe’s new framework for data protection laws – it replaces the previous 1995 data protection directive, which current UK law is based upon. It comes into effect on 28th May 2018.
Each individual will have the right to know what, if any, details are stored by an organisation, business, charity etc. They have the right to request that no details are stored or recorded.
They have the “right to remain forgotten” so if the records have been held they can ask that they are destroyed.
To carry out our objectives, we do hold records of parents and carers plus groups including schools and clubs. Those records are restricted to names, job title, contact numbers, email addresses and postal address. We will not share those details with anyone outside of the Charity without their explicit consent.
We also hold contact numbers and email addresses of helpers, volunteers, contributors to the Christmas Party and people who raise funds for the Charity. We also hold contact details of personnel within Crystal Palace Football Club which includes names, job title, contact numbers and email address. We will not share any of these details with anyone outside of the Charity without their explicit consent.
Our Hon Treasurer does not keep bank details of any contributors or fund raisers.
We have appointed a GDPR Liaison Officer to manage this for us.
Crystal Palace Supporters Children’s Charity, in fulfilment of their obligations under GDPR, are offering you the opportunity to have your contact details removed from our records. It will mean we will not be able to contact you again regarding the activities of the Charity.
Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org with your request for removal.
Crystal Palace Supporters Children’s Charity
20 May 2018