Personal Data Protection
As part of its charitable activities, Centre for Fathering (CFF) collects personal data from its donors and stakeholders for administration, fundraising, media sales, events seminars, education programmes and corporate communication purposes. The Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA) establishes a data protection law that comprises various rules governing the collection, use, disclosure and protection of personal data.
CFF has adopted a corporate policy for personal data protection in line with PDPA requirements. PDPA recognises both the rights of individuals to protect their personal data, including rights of access and correction, and the needs of organisations to collect, use or disclose personal data for legitimate and reasonable purposes.
Collection of Data
CFF may collect personal data on its website or in various application and response forms. Personal data are collected during fundraising activities, media and book sales, seminars, programmes and events.
Communication and Use of Data
The Board recognises the importance of donors’ and stakeholders’ confidentiality and requires the executive leaders to closely adhere to the Singapore statutes and guidelines given by the Personal Data Protection Commission.
Our stakeholders may be contacted periodically on activities, programmes, courses, events, media sales, volunteering opportunities or benefits available through CFF. We may disclose personal data to third-party vendors who may assist us with events, seminars, courses, programmes and corporate communications.
As we are a community-based organisation, we often share photos or videos of CFF activities over our newsletter, website and social media channels. If you attend a CFF activity, your image may be taken in photos or videos of the event which may be retained and published by CFF.
CFF is committed to financial integrity, donor confidentiality and accountability. CFF will ensure that donors receive accurate and ethical information about the organisation, and the intended use, value and tax implications of donations. CFF follow the fundraising guidelines practices set by the Singapore Commissioner of Charities and will ensure that its fund raising activities are transparent and ethical. CFF may wish to acknowledge your donation and if you wish to remain anonymous, you may inform us in a note when you make the donation
Donors may visit the Singapore Charities Portal at www.charities.gov.sg to search for current fundraising permits that were issued to “Centre for Fathering Limited”.
You may contact us to withdraw your consent and address any queries relating to the collection, use and disclosure of personal data to the Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +65 6769 1238.
Last Updated: November 2018
(Version 1.0 Published: 15/11/18 | 3:25pm EDT)