MND New Zealand is committed to protect your privacy. We endeavour to only collect personal information we deem necessary for effective interaction with you.
MND New Zealand (The Motor Neurone Disease Association of New Zealand Incorporated, New Zealand Charities Commission number CC35320) is committed to protect your privacy. We endeavour to only collect personal information we deem necessary for effective interaction with you. As a member of the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand (FINZ) we subscribe to the Donor Bill of Rights.
We collect personal information from web transactions, email enquiries, event registration and newsletter sign-up forms. We collect and hold personal information including your name, email address, event attendance and donation date/amount. Specific requests made by supporters are recorded, such as requests to be excluded from certain mailings.
When you use a third-party website to donate to someone fundraising for MND New Zealand or to register to attend an MND New Zealand event, your details are only recorded in our database if you opted to hear from MND New Zealand.
We collect this information to enable us to provide a service to you, raise financial support from you, or otherwise engage with you.
If you no longer wish us to contact you, please contact us or use the ‘unsubscribe’ link located at the bottom of our email communications.
We will not give, rent, exchange or sell mailing lists of our supporters to other organisations.
All access to personal information is strictly limited to professional staff.
Please contact us to update your personal information. We may take reasonable steps to correct information we deem is incorrect, irrelevant or out of date.
You may request to donate anonymously or through a pseudonym.
We keep your personal information in electronic form and take reasonable steps to ensure that information is protected from misuse and loss, and from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.
We use Google Analytics to track visits to our website. Google Analytics collects information anonymously. It reports website trends and statistics without identifying actual visitors. We use third-party website trackers, such as Facebook pixel, to aggregate website statistics anonymously and determine advertising effectiveness.
If you wish to remain anonymous when visiting our website, please disable cookies on your internet browsing settings.
This policy was last modified on 24 July 2018