Information you provide
Whatever your reason for visiting our website, whenever we capture your personal details we will process your data according to the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and, after 25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Data refers to personal information that we hold about you from which either on its own, or in combination with other information, you can be identified.
Processing means doing anything with your data, such as collecting, recording or holding the data as well as disclosing, destroying or using the data in any way.
We will never be intrusive or invasive of your personal privacy, nor will ask you to provide data that is irrelevant or unnecessary.
We will use strict measures and processes to ensure that the risk of unauthorised access or disclosure of your personal data is minimised as much as possible.
Any personal information that you provide will be kept confidential by us and will only be used for the purposes that have been specified.
Here we set out how we will use your data according to the reason for your visit to our website:
Applying for grants
When you apply for a grant via our website, we will capture and store details of your main contact and organisation contact (name, job title, address, email address, telephone number) to support the grant assessment process and to notify them of the outcome of the application. We will retain these details for a period of 7 years (plus the duration of the grant period if your application is successful).
If your application is successful, unless you give us your explicit consent, we will not disclose or give your information to outside organisations or individuals (apart from organisations and individuals delivering agreed Enhance support or processing the information on our behalf).
We always aim to keep your data accurate and up to date. Data that is inaccurate can be amended on your request. Please notify us if your personal details change or if data we hold about you is inaccurate.
Subscribing to our newsletter
If you choose to subscribe to our newsletter we will capture and store your contact details (name, organisation, email address) and add you to our circulation list.
You can unsubscribe from our newsletter at any time via our website or the ‘unsubscribe’ link in our newsletter.
Managing your communications preferences
You can manage your communications preferences via our website. To do this we need to capture and store your contact details (name, organisation, email address).
At any point you can amend these details and request that we remove your details from our communications lists.
For further information, to access your data or to make a complaint about our use of your data, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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A cookie is a small file sent by web servers which is placed on your computer or device. This enables the web server to identify and track individual web browsers. When visiting our website we collect standard internet log information and details of visitor’s behaviour patterns to help us improve our website experience. We do not make any attempt to find out the identities of those visiting our website.
By using our website you are consenting to these cookies being placed on your browser, however, you can disable them by amending your browser settings. Details of how to do this are listed below.
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Changing Cookie Settings
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