How we collect your data.
How we use your data.
We use your postal address to send you a receipt and thank you for your donation(s). We will send you information on how you are helping to power the disability movement by post if we have your permission to do so if we believe these is a legitimate interest to do so*.
We use your telephone number to provide information, including fund raising, if we have consent from you to do so. We will not contact you by telephone if you are registered on the Telephone Preferential Service (TPS) unless we have a specific opt-in from you for us to contact you by telephone. We will not use your number to send SMS.
We only send you our email communications, including our e-newsletter and event invitations, if you have given us your consent. You can unsubscribe to our emails at any time, by using the ‘unsubscribe’ link at the top of all our e-newsletters, or by getting in touch.
We believe that donors who give a recurring gift to WSISFU, those who have given a one-off gift within the last months, or those who have pledged to leave us a gift in their will, have a legitimate interest in hearing from us, and therefore we do not need explicit permission from them to contact them via post.
If you agree to receive, or sign up for, further information from WSISFU, you will be offered an opportunity to opt-out from that communication at all points of contact. If you register to opt-out of email, telephone or postal communications using the Fund raising Preference Service we will no longer contact you through these methods. However, we may still contact you by post or telephone for administrative purposes, such as checking bank details or confirming your Gift Aid status.
Women Suffering In Silence Foundation Uganda will not sell, trade or rent your personal contact details to any organization. We do use third-party financial institutions to process our donations. They receive the card number and other personal information only to verify and process transactions securely. We also use a third-party to carry out our telemarketing campaigns, who receive information on supporters who have agreed to be contacted by telephone. We will not contact you by telephone if you are registered on the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) unless we have a specific opt-in from you for us to contact you by telephone.
We have historically used third-party agencies to help us keep our database up to date and ensure our fund raising communications are as relevant as possible. We do not allow for any third parties to sell, trade or rent this data or use it for anything other than what they are contracted to do, or store the data over a long-term period.
We will only screen (including wealth screening) the data of supporters who have given us their explicit permission to do so. Research has played a key role in successful and ethical fund raising for decades. We carry out research using publicly available information which allows our fund raising team to communicate with our supporters in an individual, engaging and tailored way. As a result, we can send our supporters information which falls in line with their interests and priorities, and reduce the amount of unwanted or irrelevant communications sent to our donors.
- Access to your personal information
- Objection to processing of your personal information
- Objection to automated decision-making and profiling
- Restriction of processing of your personal information
- Your personal data portability
- Rectification of your personal information
- Erasure of your personal information
If you make a request relating to any of your rights listed above, we will consider each request in accordance with all applicable data protection laws and regulations.
Get in touch.
We strive to be transparent and open and of course we couldn’t carry out our vital work without the financial backing of our supporters. If you wish to discuss any of this further, please do not hesitate to get in touch or fill in the form at the top of this page to update your communication preferences.