Privacy And Security
We respect your privacy and will not sell your details to other organisations for marketing purposes. If we are emailing, phoning or texting you during emergency appeals, we will only do so with your permission. If we write to you, we will always make sure you can opt out.
Outside of these times we may occasionally send you information about Irish Red Cross activities and feedback on how your donations are used. We hope you will always let us keep you informed about our work so you are aware of how your donations are used.
Irish Red Cross does not collect any personal information from visitors to its website other than information that is knowingly and willingly given. This personal data is stored in-house on our secured computerised systems.
Irish Red Cross will always endeavour to protect your data from loss, misuse, unauthorised access or disclosure, alteration or destruction. We are committed to investing in technology to provide security for your information, including working with leading suppliers of secure payment services.
However, Irish Red Cross assumes no responsibility for the security of information. All payments by credit card over the internet are processed through a secure server by Worldpay and Paypal on our behalf.
Data Protection And Freedom Of Information
We, the Irish Red Cross, will treat all information and personal data you give as confidential. We will not disclose it to other people or bodies, save for the provisions of Section 8 of the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003.
Data Use In Relation to the Register of Pledges
When you make a pledge to the Irish Red Cross Register of Pledges, you agree:
That your information may be shared with our migration programme partners, including:
· Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth
· Department of Justice
· Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government
· Relevant Local Authorities
· Arup Consulting Engineering
· Engineers Ireland
· Partner NGOs and Organisations including Peter McVerry Trust and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM)
· Community Service Partners
As needed for the purpose of:
· Analysis of pledges (e.g. locations, type)
· Coordination of placement of migrants into pledged accommodation
· Coordination of pledged services/goods
Follow up correspondence relating to your pledge may be initiated by the Irish Red Cross along with a number of other partner organisations and NGOs
Shared Accommodation Pledgers, where children or vulnerable persons are being accommodated, will be requested to participate in Garda Vetting including all those aged 16 and over living in the household.