Marauders Mens Health is a Registered Charity whose aim is to improve the well-being of men through a walk & talk principle. Our main bases is in Port Talbot, South Wales.
In order to achieve our aims and charitable objects we store within the Marauders registration data bases to register to store details of Marauders Mens Health members and organisations that we work with, and record any interactions between Men’s Health members and these organisations. We can also record contact details for people who are interested in our work, whether as individuals or on behalf of their organisations.
We have developed this Privacy Notice to be as transparent as possible about the Databases, paper records and the personal information contained within them. This Privacy Notice has been written for the individuals whose personal information is contained in the Databases and in other formats (referred to in this Notice as ‘you’). We treat data privacy very seriously and comply with all aspects of the UK’s data protection legislative framework, which includes the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the UK’s own legislation.
What information does this privacy notice contain?
We ask that you read this Privacy Notice carefully as it contains important information about:
- what personal information is stored in the Databases and paper records
- how and for what purposes the personal information held in the Databases is used (this is known as processing);
- the lawful basis for such processing;
- how and from where we collect your personal information;
- who has access to the information contained in the Databases/paper records;
- third parties with whom we may share your personal information;
- how long we keep your personal information;
- how you can manage your communication preferences; and
- where to find out more information about your privacy rights.
A data controller is a person, company, or other body that determines the purpose and means of personal data processing (this can be determined alone, or jointly with another person/company/body). For the official GDPR definition of “data controller”, please see Article 4.7 of the GDPR.
Marauders Men’s Health have appointed Mal Emerson (Project Coordinator) as Data Controller in all our charitable activities
Categories of Personal Information
The following categories of personal information are held in the members data bases Databases/paper records:
- first and last name
- your preferred salutation
- contact address
- contact email addresses
- contact telephone number
- emergency contact number(s)
- date of birth
- details relevant to your search for Men’s Health activities
- your language preference (Welsh or English)
- We also keep details of your gender, racial or ethnic origin and physical or mental health or condition, if you have provided these to us voluntarily.
What is the Personal Information Used For?
The main purposes of the Databases and any paper records are to enable us to manage our communications with people and organisations that wish to hear from us. Using the personal information in the databases and paper records, we can send communications that we think will be of interest to you by email, phone, SMS, post, social media and other digital channels. The Databases also have a facility which enable you to manage the communications you receive more effectively.
The Databases are also a tool to enable us to match volunteering opportunities with members.
We can also use the Databases to provide insight and analysis to help us to continually improve the effectiveness of our communications, develop the products and services we offer our member organisations, monitor the reach of our communications and the diversity of the recipients and provide reports to funders and regulators.
Please note, except in the case of members, that information about your gender, racial or ethnic origin and physical or mental health or condition will only ever be used for statistical and monitoring purposes on an anonymised basis.
If you are interested in volunteering, the Databases allow you to voluntarily provide information about specific requirements you may have arising from a physical or mental health condition.
Sources of Information
The information contained in the Databases and paper records may be added to with information that has come from a variety of sources including:
- information obtained directly from you
- information obtained from organisations that are members of, or have an association with us – it may be that you work for one of these organisations or volunteer for them and the organisation has passed your details to us
- information collected at events or training courses that we run
- information that is publicly available including from on-line sources and social media
- information that is generated by us and recorded in the Databases, such as your interests and communication preferences
The Legal Basis
We will only store your personal information in the databases and in paper format where we can do so lawfully. The data protection legislative framework provides for a limited number of reasons for processing personal information.
We are relying on the following lawful bases to process general information:
- where we have your consent
- where our processing of your personal data is in the public interest
- where our processing of your personal data is necessary for our legitimate interests or those of a third party and are not overridden by your privacy rights
Our privacy rights are protected because the Databases store only basic information about you, there is a strict protocol of who can access your personal information and you have the ability to control your communication preferences.
Paper records are securely stored with limited access.
You can also object to us storing and using your personal information at any time as outlined below.
The data protection legislative framework contains specific provisions that enable us to process information about your gender, racial or ethnic origin and physical or mental health or condition in order to monitor diversity on an anonymised basis. For members, information about your physical or mental health or condition can be processed with your explicit consent
Who can access your Personal Information?
Only Men’s Health staff have access to the databases and your information
Information in paper records can only be accessed by Men’s Health staff.
Sharing your personal information with Third Parties
This section of the Privacy Notice provides details of third parties with whom we may share the personal information contained in the Databases and paper records.
We may also run anonymised aggregated reports off the databases and share these with our funders, Welsh Government, local authorities, health boards and the Charity Commission. These reports may also be published. However, we will not share your personal information with these bodies or give them access to the ‘raw’ data on which the reports are based. The Men’s Health may appoint an external researcher to help us with this work, who would have access to the information contained in the Databases.
We do not transfer personal information contained in the Databases outside the European Economic Area (EEA). None of the service providers we use to help us provide the Databases are based outside of the EEA.
Our Communication Preferences
The Databases offer us functionality that enables you to determine your communication preferences, both with regard to the format of the communication, the topic, and which organisations you would like to hear from.
Please contact us on 01639 899248 or Men’s Health.firstname.lastname@example.org to update or amend your communications preferences at any time. Please note that it may take up to one calendar month for any changes to be processed.
How long we will keep your personal information
The data protection legislative framework places an obligation on us to review the length of time for which we keep personal information. We are only able to keep your personal information for as long as it is necessary for us to do so. We only intend to keep your information in an identifiable form in the Databases and paper records while you remain happy to keep receiving communications from us, or while you wish to be informed of volunteering opportunities. We have no current plans to delete your information
You have a number of rights in relation to the personal information held in the Databases and paper records. If you wish to exercise any of the rights, please contact Men’s Health in one of the ways mentioned below:
- You have a right of access the personal information we hold about you
- You have the right to correct any information we have about you that you think is wrong or incomplete
- You have the right to object to our use of your personal information for direct marketing purposes. If you no longer want to receive communications from us, please contact us. We will stop sending you communications, but will continue to keep a record of you and your request not to hear form us.
- You have the right to ask us to delete your information. You should be aware that if we do this, we will have no record of the fact that you have asked not to receive communications from us. It is therefore possible that you may start receiving communications from us at some point in the future, if we obtain your details from a different source.
- Where our processing of your personal information is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw it at any time. Please contact us if you want to do so.
- Marauders Mens Health is committed to providing a high quality service to everyone that we deal with. In order to accomplish this, it is important that we listen and respond to the views of people who use our services. By responding promptly and positively learning from this feedback we learn from mistakes and continuously improve our services.
- Marauders Mens Health Complaints Procedure available upon request
- Please contact email@example.com
How to Complain
Please let us know if you are unhappy with how we have used your personal information.
You also have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office. Find out on their website how to report a concern: https://ico.org.uk
Changes to this Privacy Notice
This Privacy Notice was last updated in January 2021. We keep this Privacy Notice under regular
review and may change it from time-to-time by updating this page in order to reflect changes in the law and/or our privacy practices. We would encourage you to check this Privacy Notice for any changes on a regular basis.