RSE – Get It Right! is an initiative of The Values Foundation, which was formed in the UK in August 2018 to promote the views of faith and traditional family groups in the educational sector. We are an advocacy group that is informed by legislative and policy-making leaders representing the voice of faith and family.
The information you provide will be held in accordance with the General Date Protection Regulation (GDPR). We will do all we can to protect your privacy and to make sure any personal information you share with us is stored securely.
We value and respect everyone who connects with us. In line with our ethos, our aim is to be as clear as possible about how and why we use information you give us. If your questions are not fully answered by the information below, please contact our data protection officer who will be happy to help. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0203 1517212 .
Compliance with GDPR underlies all of our personal information privacy practices. We also have a data protection policy which governs how we use the information that we collect about you.
Data protection statement
The Values Foundation’s data protection statement is as follows:
Keeping your data secure is very important to us. By providing your personal details you agree to allow the Values Foundation to contact you either on the basis of the consents you have given us or for our Legitimate Interests in accordance with current data protection regulations. We will never make your personal data available for marketing purposes to external individuals or organisations.
For more information email: email@example.com.
How we collect information about you
We collect personal information each time you are in contact with us. For example when you make a donation, book into an event, request a resource, give your details to The Values Foundation at an event or send us an email.
The Values Foundation does not receive or hold any credit card details for donations/payments made via our websites.
Why we collect information about you
We collect information about you for the following reasons:
- To provide you with information about our work including initiatives, events and resources and to tailor this kind of information according to your location and expressed interests.
- To ask for financial and non-financial support.
- To process donations you give us and to ensure they are recorded correctly.
- To keep records of your relationship with us. For example; what events you have attended, what enquiries or complaints you have made, what areas of our work you have supported or what resources you have ordered.
- To customise the information and appeals we send to ensure we work in the most cost-effective way and only send information which is appropriate to you.
- To enhance or improve your experience on our website. When you indicate your preferences through your use of our site, we may use this information to personalise the site to better meet your needs.
Keeping us up to date with your details and contact preferences
Please tell us as soon as any of your contact details change so that we can keep our records up to date.
You can change the way we contact you or the kind of material we send you at any time by contacting us by mail, phone or email using the contact details above.
You can unsubscribe from our regular emails at any time by using the ‘unsubscribe’ or ‘change preferences’ links on the email you have received.
Who sees your information?
The information we collect will be used exclusively within The Values Foundation. We do not pass any of your personal information to any other organisations and/or individuals without your express consent.
Our use of your information
The information that you provide to The Values Foundation will be used to provide you with information about our work including initiatives, events, resources, fundraising and other services and activities described on our website.
By providing information you are agreeing to receive mailings that communicate the work of The Values Foundation.
The Values Foundation uses MailChimp to send regular emails. By providing us with your details you are giving The Values Foundation your express permission to transfer your data to MailChimp. If you do not give this permission then The Values Foundation will not be able to send emails to you.
Each time you receive an email you will be able to update your preferences and subscribe or unsubscribe from regular emails via MailChimp.
The Values Foundation may carry out analysis of the personal information we collect about you and add publicly available information to create a profile of your interests and preferences so we can contact you in the most appropriate way and with the most relevant information.
If you make a major gift to our work, we will discuss and agree with you any sensitivities you may have about the personal data we hold and the methods of contact suitable for you.
How long do we keep your information?
The length of time we keep the information you have given us depends on the context in which you provided it.
We will only keep information that is necessary for us to provide resources and for statistical purposes.
We will keep records of any financial transactions you enter into with us for a minimum of six years. This will enable us to meet with accounting requirements and respond to any questions from you that arise during that period.
Viewing the information we hold about you
You may request details of all the information The Values Foundation holds about you by submitting a written request to our data protection officer.
Please write to: The Values Foundation, 16 Old Queen Street, London, SW1H 9HP or telephone 0203 1517212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As some of these 3rd party services may be based outside of the UK and the EU they may not fall under the jurisdiction of UK courts.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a piece of information in the form of a very small text file that is placed on an internet user’s hard drive. It is generated by a web page server, which is basically the computer that operates a website. The information the cookie contains is set by the server and it can be used by that server whenever the user visits the site. A cookie can be thought of as an internet user’s identification card, which tell a website when the user has returned.
This policy was last updated in May 2020 but will be subject to regular review. Please revisit it each time that you consider giving personal data.