This privacy statement applies to the processing of:
Tearfund maintains an administration in which personal data of relations is recorded. Relations are persons, companies or organizations which:
Tearfund is a development organization which helps people worldwide to rise up from poverty and injustice. Through events and campaigns, Tearfund calls on her relations to contribute to the aims of our organization. The work of Tearfund is funded through the gifts of donors, churches and companies and is partly made possible by subsidies. We collect (personal) data (name, address, town, country, telephone number, email address, cookies, and date of birth) in order to:
Tearfund collects personal data via the website, when you sign up for a newsletter, meeting or event, or when you sign up as donor, worker or volunteer. Tearfund occasionally uses the services of third parties to supplement the file of relations and to keep it up to date when in accordance with the law.
This data, obtained or supplemented, will never be made available to third parties for commercial purposes.
Tearfund has a CBF-certificate for charities and has an ANBI status.
If you give your email address to Tearfund, when subscribing to the newsletter, signing up as donor or requesting information, you will be informed by email. In this way we will keep you informed of our work and the results achieved. You might occasionally be asked for a financial contribution, for instance for an emergency aid campaign.
To send out the email newsletters, Tearfund uses a system which gives insight into the way these emails are opened. We can also see whether you click the links in our email. In this way Tearfund is able to further optimize her information to you and better tailor it to your interests. Our registration system also makes it possible to compile selections, allowing us to approach specific groups.
Do you wish to receive fewer or no messages from us? You can unsubscribe at any moment by contacting the Tearfund administration, by telephone at 030 69 69 600 (during office hours) or by email: email@example.com.
Tearfund keeps your personal data in accordance with the GDPR.
The data is not kept longer than strictly necessary to achieve the goals for which the data was collected.
At any time you can request access to your personal data that we have recorded or have it changed or removed. You can change your personal data by contacting the Tearfund administration, by telephone at 030 69 69 600 (during office hours) or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact our administration if you no longer wish to be informed of our activities. Tearfund is obligated to request proof of identity before we can provide you with information about your personal data in our administration. You can also send a request by post, containing your name, address, telephone number and a copy of a valid identification, addressed to the Tearfund administration, Joseph Haydnlaan 2a, 3533 AE Utrecht, Postbox: Postbus 8170, 3503 RD Utrecht.
A cookie is a small (temporary) file which is sent along with pages of this website and which is stored by the browser on the hard disc of your computer or mobile device. The information stored can be sent back to our server the next time you visit the website. This means you don’t have to keep filling in the same information, and it allows us to make our website increasingly user-friendly. These cookies have been used on websites around the world for years.
Tearfund has taken technical and organizational measures to protect personal data from loss or any form of unlawful processing. In this way we ensure that personal data is only accessible to employees who are authorized by their position and that personal data is only used for the purposes for which it has been obtained and for compatible purposes.
Our contact information for questions / comments / complaints regarding the processing of personal data are:
Attn. Care of Data Protection Officer
Joseph Haydnlaan 2a
3533 AE Utrecht
Postbox: Postbus 8170, 3503 RD UTRECHT
You will receive a reply within 10 working days. You are also authorized to file a complaint regarding the use of your personal data with the Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens (Personal Data Authority).