Honor Frost Foundation Privacy Policy

The 2018 General Data Protection Regulation protects the rights of individuals by making sure that any organisation that collects or holds information about living people does so in a way that is fair to those people.

The Honor Frost Foundation takes your privacy seriously and is committed to the responsible handling of personal information.

Information you give us directly

There are many instances in which you might provide information about yourself to us directly. These include if you apply for research funding or a bursary; take part in one of our events; voluntarily complete one of our surveys or evaluation forms; or contact us with a query.

The information we collect may include some, or all, of the following: title, name, postal address, email address, telephone contact details, banking details.

Information you give us indirectly

Your activities and involvement with the Honor Frost Foundation may result in personal data being generated. This could include images of you taken during HFF-sponsored projects or events; or information generated when you visit our website or social media channels.

How we look after your information

When we ask for personal information we promise:

  • to make sure you know why we need it
  • to ask only for what we need, and not to collect too much or irrelevant information
  • to protect it and make sure nobody has access to it who should not
  • to make sure we don’t keep it longer than necessary
    • not to share your personal information with any external party unless required to do so by law
  • to offer you the chance to opt out of all future communications from us.
Access to the information we hold

The information is held on a secure server and is password protected. The server is used only by HFF staff and is periodically reviewed for security and accuracy.

Your rights

You may request access to the information we hold about you at any time.

If you feel that your data has been misused or compromised in any way, it is your right to make a complaint for investigation to the Information Commissioners Office: https://ioc.org.uk/

Honor Frost Foundation Cookie Policy

HFF is committed to protecting your privacy. This Privacy Statement outlines our privacy practices with regard to the information we collect when you or your computer interact with www.honorfrostfoundation.org. By accessing www.honorfrostfoundation.org, you acknowledge and fully understand our Privacy Statement and freely consent to us collecting the information and data mentioned below.

HFF collects information from web server logs, users, and with cookies and identifiers. When you visit our website, we may track information to administer the site and analyse its usage for the purpose of serving our visitors and better. We use Google Analytics to track user acquisition and behaviour; this allows us to review the way users are interacting with our site in order to improve user experiences. Data is aggregated and anonymised so no personal data can be attributed to an individual session or a location.

We retain any collected data indefinitely so that we can use all historic data to better improve website user experiences. We will not hold any personal information for any longer that is necessary for the purpose you are providing it for.

We are committed to protecting any personal information you share with us. We will not disclose personally identifiable information we collect from you to third parties without your permission except to the extent necessary, including to fulfil your requests for services, to protect ourselves from liability, to respond to legal process or to comply with the law.

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