A tick from you means we can stay in touch with our work
St Andrew's Club greatly appreciates you taking the time to let us know your communication preferences so that we can stay in touch. As a way of saying thank you, everybody who submits their preferences before midnight on 24th May 2018 (when the new GDPR becomes law) will be entered into a prize draw for a one-year digital subscription to the Telegraph newspaper. Regardless of opting in or out! The winner will be informed early June. Thank you.
Thank you for being part of our community. A tick from you means we can stay in touch with our work giving local young people, many of them on tight family budgets, the chance to thrive and give back to society through our varied youth programmes - which help them develop educationally, socially and personally through a wide range of sport, art, practical skills, trips out and training. A tick from you means you can receive our regular Chronicle, full of news, members' achievements and ways to get involved. You can also choose to receive event invitations, impact reports or fundraising appeals.
By making this change and only contacting you in the way you choose, we can also be more cost effective with our marketing activity as we get "GDPR-Ready": working towards the UK Government’s decision to implement EU General Data Protection Regulation, (GDPR) which comes into effect on May 25 2018.
Please enter your email address above. You will receive an email with a link to a short form where you can tick various options of HOW you would like St Andrew's Club to keep in touch. Come back to this page at any time if you change your mind.
At St Andrew’s Club we take it seriously to fundraise responsibly and respectfully and keep up to date with the latest legislation and compliance. We are proud that we have never shared or sold any of our data to other organisations and we are now seeking ‘consent’ from all current supporters and stakeholders of St Andrew’s Club to communicate with you in your preferred way/s about the impact of our work and how you can support us. Thank you.
The General Data Protection Regulation Becomes Law in
The Trustees of St Andrew’s Club have considered the following policies
and in the event of any arising questions or issues, will be guided by
our policies and best practice documents which are filed at the Club,
based on guidance from
the Charity Commission and the
Fundraising Regulator, of which we are members. May 2017.
Gift Acceptance Policy
Members' Complaints Policy
Members' Confidentiality Policy
Information Governance Policy
Treating Donors Fairly - Fundraising With People In Vulnerable Circumstances Policy
St Andrew's Club has signed up to the new Fundraising Regulator and agrees to abide by its rules and regulations. You can read our Fundraising Regulator Fundraising Promise.