What information do we collect about you?
We collect information about you when you make a Friendly Places Pledge, when you use the ‘Have Your Say’ and ‘contact us’ forms and when you sign up to become a member of FaithAction.
How will we use the information about you?
We use ‘Have Your Say’ comments to gather feedback which we use for internal purposes. We may also contact you about your views. The information you provide as part of the Friendly Places Pledge is used to generate certificates and we may also contact you with news related to Friendly Places. We use the information you provide when signing up to become a member of FaithAction to generate your membership. We will send you regular news and information using an email marketing service called MailChimp. We only provide your name, organisation name and email address to MailChimp.
FaithAction will not share your information for marketing purposes.
Access to your information and correction
You have the right to request a copy of the information that we hold about you. If you would like a copy of some or all of your personal information, please email or write to us at the following address (link here to contact details). We may make a small charge for this service.
We want to make sure that your personal information is accurate and up to date. You may ask us to correct or remove information you think is inaccurate.
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We use Google Analytics to measure visitors to the FaithAction site. This records what pages you view within our site, how you arrived at our site and some basic information about your computer (e.g. what browser you are using). All of the information gathered is completely anonymous and contains no personally identifiable information.
We use information from Google Analytics to help understand how people both find and use our site, in order to improve the experience.
Facebook and Twitter
The social media functions on our site, such as Facebook’s Like button, are implemented by embedding code provided and controlled by the relevant network. To provide functionality, they may set third-party cookies which allow them to, for example, show if your friends have liked a page as well. We do not have any access to any information from these third-parties, nor can we control how they use it.