Why do we process personal data?
The relationship with our supporters – donors and volunteers – and other stakeholders is essential to realizing our joint mission. In order to keep in touch with our supporters and stakeholders, to mobilize them, it is important that we sometimes record personal data. Below we indicate how, when and for what specific purpose we record these data.
Careful handling of your personal data is of great importance us. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is our starting point and we provide full transparency.
How and when do we collect personal data?
When using our services and website (s) you can enter personal data. We only process the essential data left behind. This depends on the type of engagement and the functionalities on our website (s) that you use. For example, Justice for Prosperity only processes your email address if you register for mail from or donate to our organization.
What personal data do we collect?
Depending on the services that you request or engage with, we may process the following personal data from you:
- Name and address details
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Date of birth
- Banking details (with donations)
- Your participation in volunteer activities
How do we use your personal data?
We process the above data for one or more of the following purposes (also depending on the services or functionalities you use):
- Registration for an event or a newsletter;
- Volunteering for or donating in kind;
- The execution of an order for payment issued by you (donation, collection, periodic gift);
- Marketing, including contacting you or sending you information, invitations or announcements;
- Evaluation of events and services;
- Conducting application procedures;
- To be able to use all functionalities and services on our website;
- To improve our website.
How do we ensure that your data is treated confidentially?
We handle your personal data confidentially. Technical and organizational measures are in place to ensure that personal data is protected and only share personal data in accordance with this Privacy Statement and only with third parties with your consent and/or as obliged by law.
Are personal data also shared with third parties?
Unless mentioned in this Privacy Statement, your personal data will not be rented, sold or otherwise shared with or provided to third parties. Your (personal) data will only be shared with third parties, if you have given explicit permission for this yourself. We are obliged to provide personal data to enforcement authorities or anti-fraud organizations when necessary to comply with a legal obligation (claim).
How long do we keep personal information?
Personal data is stored in accordance with the GDPR and not kept longer than strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which the data was collected.
How can you view your data or have it deleted?
Please send us a request for access or correction if appropriate and indicate clearly that it concerns an inspection or correction based on the GDPR. You can also request to have your data deleted, but this is only possible insofar as we can still meet its legal obligations, such as the legal retention periods. Kindly note that providing a copy of proof of identity is necessary to verify your identity. It is advisable that you black out the social security number, document identification number and Machine-Readable Zone (MRZ). Send your request to: email@example.com
You are also entitled to file a complaint about the use of your data with the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
How do we protect your personal data?
Appropriate security measures are in place to limit misuse of and unauthorized access to your personal data. Only certain persons have access to your data and that access is protected and by using firewalls, secure servers, and data processing agreements with third parties.
The social media buttons on any website alike can be included to share pages via social media networks Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Vimeo and Linkedin. If you click on these buttons, your personal data will be processed by the relevant social media network. Read the privacy statements of Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Vimeo and Linkedin to see how these networks handle your personal data.
Where can you post your questions or complaints?
Do you have any specific questions or comments? Please do not hesitate to contact us. You can use the contact form on the website or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Justice for Prosperity Foundation is responsible within the meaning of the GDPR.
This Privacy Statement was last modified on: 3 September 2021. In order to continue to comply with the latest developments in the field of privacy security, we regularly make changes to this privacy statement. You will always find the most recent version of the privacy statement on this page. We therefore recommend that you consult it as soon as you submit personal information.