Rosendale Partnerships is a business providing consulting services in fundraising, sponsorship, and partnerships.
Rosendale Partnerships's services can on occasion bring them within the definition of a “Professional Fundraiser” as defined in section 58 of the Charities Act 1992. As such we agree to comply with all laws in performance of this agreement including the Charities Act 1992, Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016and the General Data Protection Regulation when it comes into force, and as such agree to
Protect Prospects from unreasonable intrusion on their privacy, not make unreasonably persistent approaches or place undue pressure on Prospects to give;
Keep records with respect to contacts made and solicitations conducted and make those records available to The Company or its appointed auditors on request
Make a solicitation statement making remuneration clear to all prospects either written or orally
Not to solicit funds on private property without first obtaining the permission of the owner;
Not to conduct any raffle or lottery.
New EU legislation called the GDPR now sets out comprehensive requirements for all companies handling the personal data of EU citizens. This includes a number of things we must tell you of when we collect data from you.
This statement will outline how we use, collect and store personal data. We promise to respect any personal data you share with us, or that we might obtain from other organisations, and keep it safe. We aim to be clear when we collect your data and not do anything you wouldn’t reasonably expect. You can opt in or opt out of receiving information from Rosendale Partnerships at any time, and you also have a right to request a copy of any data we hold about you.
Developing a better understanding of the companies we approach to suggest and offer corporate partnership ideas allows us to tailor the opportunities we send to you and, ultimately, offer you a more efficient and bespoke exchange.
In order to carry out our work we maintain a secure database of corporate contacts. We only use this data to ensure we contact people in the most appropriate way.
1. Our responsibilities and your rights
We undertake to keep your data securely in accordance the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). This is a pan-European law which replaces previous national data protection legislation and gives all EU citizens common data privacy rights.
The full text of the GDPR can be found here, but here is a quick summary of the main provisions which are relevant to the type of data we hold about you:
Access: You have the right to view the data we hold about you and to receive copies of this data in digital format.
Accuracy: If any of the data we hold about you is incorrect or incomplete then you can provide the correct or complete data and we must update the data we hold.
Erasure: You can request that we erase all the data we hold about you.
Restriction of processing: In some cases you can ask us to retain your data but not do anything with it
2. How we collect your data
Your contact details have been obtained by Rosendale Partnerships via publicly available sources, via personal networks, contacts and introductions or by direct contact.
3. What personal data we collect
a. Your work email address
b. Your job title
c. Any records of communications from us to you and vice versa
4. How we use your data
Your data is being kept in order to contact you from time to time with sponsorship opportunities.
5. Where your data be stored
Your data is stored on cloud based service Dropbox.
6. How long will we store your data
Your details will be kept securely by Rosendale Partnerships for as long as we are in regular contact with you and in strict accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation. We will carry out regular data collection reviews and if you are not in contact with us for over 24 months, we will first endeavour to reengage with you, and if unsuccessful, we will take the appropriate measures to cease contact and erase your personal data.
7. How we keep your data safe
The information you provide will be kept confidential within the organisation. We will only ever share your data in other circumstances if we have your explicit and informed consent. We will not pass on or sell your details to anyone else.
8. Keeping your information up to date
We will use publicly available sources to keep your records up to date. Such information is compiled using publicly available data about you, for example addresses, emails, job titles, change of company. We would be grateful if you could inform us of any change in your contact details.
9. How to exercise your GDPR rights
If you want to exercise any of your rights in relation to data Rosendale Partnerships holds about you then please email: Rebecca@rosendalepartnerships.com. Please provide details in your email of what actions you would like us to take.
10. Making complaints or suggestions
If you are concerned about how we manage your data, or how we have handled a request to exercise your rights, then please get in touch with us to discuss it. To do this please send an email detailing your suggestions or concerns to Rebecca@rosendalepartnerships.com. If you are still not satisfied with the response you can take your concern to the Information Commissioner's Office. For details of how to do this please refer to the ICO web site:
Rosendale Partnerships will be engaged in one of the following ways:
Retainer based on either an agreed number of days at an agreed daily rate OR a one off fee for the project
A combination of the above
We believe that in today's challenging financial environment and stretched budgets for the charitable sector a commission only option offers a useful, risk-free and added-value option for in house teams.
Commission is paid at a rate agreed between Rosendale Partnerships and the rights holder. Where the rights holder is a charity we are happy to be transparent about the amount of the remuneration. Please email. firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to discuss.