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Terms and conditions and privacy policy

Londoloza Trust is a registered in Jersey with registration NP01101 under the Non Profit Organisations (Jersey) Law 2008. Its address is: 17 De Montfort Crescent, Great Union Road
St. Helier, Jersey, JE2 3BW.

Use of the website is provided by Londoloza Trust (“Londoloza” “us” “we” and derivatives thereof) is subject to the following Terms and Conditions:

  1. Your use constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions as at the date of your first use of the site.

  2. Londoloza Trust reserves the rights to change these terms and conditions at any time by posting changes online. Your continued use of this site after changes are posted constitutes your acceptance of this agreement as modified.

  3. You agree to use this site only for lawful purposes, and in a manner which does not infringe the rights, or restrict, or inhibit the use and enjoyment of the site by any third party. Users of our interactive features should also refer to our Terms of use (further below).

  4. This site and the information, names, images, pictures, logos regarding or relating to Londoloza Trust are provided "as is" without any representation or endorsement made and without warranty of any kind whether express or implied. In no event will Londoloza Trust be liable for any damages including, without limitation, indirect or consequential damages, or any damages whatsoever arising from the use or in connection with such use or loss of use of the site, whether in contract or in negligence.

  5. Londoloza Trust does not warrant that the functions contained in the material contained in this site will be uninterrupted or error free, that defects will be corrected, or that this site or the server that makes it available are free of viruses or bugs or represents the full functionality, accuracy and reliability of the materials.

  6. Copyright restrictions:
    Commercial use or publication of all or any item displayed is strictly prohibited without prior authorisation from Londoloza Trust. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as conferring any licence by Londoloza Trust to use any item displayed.

    Documents may be copied for personal use only on the condition that copyright and source indications are also copied, no modifications are made and the document is copied entirely. However, some documents and photos have been published on this site with the permission of the relevant copyright owners (who are not Londoloza Trust). All rights are reserved on these documents and permission to copy them must be requested from the copyright owners.

  7. Londoloza Trust takes no responsibility for the content of external Internet sites. Other websites that we link to are owned and operated by third parties and Londoloza Trust has no control over them. The fact that we include links to other websites does not mean that Londoloza Trust approves of or endorses any other third party website or the content of that website. We accept no liability for any statements, information, products or services that are published on or are accessible through any websites owned or operated by third parties.


  1. Any communication or material that you transmit to, or post on, any public area of the site including any data, questions, comments, suggestions, or the like, is, and will be treated as, nonconfidential and nonproprietary information.

  2. If there is any conflict between these terms and conditions and rules and/or specific terms of use appearing on this site relating to specific material then the latter shall prevail.

  3. These terms and conditions shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of Jersey. Any disputes shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Royal Court of Jersey.

  4. If these terms and conditions are not accepted in full, the use of this site must be terminated immediately.

Terms of use of website

Participating in blogs, debates, Q&As and polls on the Londoloza Trust site

For the purpose of the Terms of Use, 'post' can refer to a blog post, an online debate, a 'have your say' feature, a Q&A session, a poll or other submission.

Due to the sensitivity of some of the locations we work in and the issues that we address, we may moderate comments submitted. For this reason, there may be a delay between the submission of your comment and it appearing on the site, or it may be withheld or edited.

We reserve the right to remove the access of any individual who has abused Londoloza Trust's web services, breached the terms and conditions, Terms of Use and/or persistently submitted inappropriate material.

Be aware that in exceptional circumstances Londoloza Trust could be legally obliged to reveal your registration information and/or IP address to the authorities.

Site users are also governed by our website terms and conditions.


Participant rules

  • Please be considerate of other participants' access to and enjoyment of the post.

  • People of all ages and backgrounds visit Londoloza Trust’s website. Please do not use profanities or other words (including shorthand or substitutions) that might offend others

  • Do not post any material that is defamatory, obscene, indecent, lewd, pornographic, violent, abusive, insulting, threatening, harassing, discriminatory, blasphemous or otherwise unlawful or illegal. A defamatory comment is one that is capable of damaging the reputation of a person or organisation.

  • Do not post anything that is or may be contempt of court (anything that risks prejudicing ongoing or forthcoming court proceedings) and avoid breaking any known court injunction

  • Do not incite people to commit any crime, including incitement of racial hatred.

  • Do not post personal attacks on other participants.

  • Do not impersonate other participants or public figures.

  • Do not create multiple user identities for the purpose of abusing the services of this site or the experience of other users

  • No personal information please. It is not acceptable to publicise your or anyone else's contact details. This is for your own safety and that of everyone who uses this service

  • Please do not submit questions or comments of a personal nature to our bloggers, debaters or interviewees. We will consider these off topic and will not include them

  • No spamming or flooding

  • All posts should relate directly to the discussion topic

  • We reserve the right to terminate lengthy and involved discussions between a handful of people if we feel that this is having a negative impact on fellow participants' experience on the site

  • We reserve the right to post a representative comment or question if we have received a number of a similar nature

  • We reserve the right to edit comments for length

  • Occasionally, when discussions have become irrelevant to the post in question, we will close comments on that post, and we may delete comments already posted if they are unrelated to the topic, to reduce the size of the page for other users

  • Do not submit anything that may infringe another's rights, including intellectual property rights

  • All submissions should be your own original work. Do not post content you have copied from someone else. On submitting content or comment, you warrant to us that your submission is your own original work and you acknowledge that any breach of this warranty may cause us damage or loss and you agree to indemnify us in full and permanently against any third party liabilities, claims, costs, loss or damage we incur as a result of including material you submit to us, including consequential losses

  • You can use limited quotes from published sources as long as these are referenced clearly

  • You grant us a non-exclusive, perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide licence to republish any material you submit to us in any format, including without limitation print and electronic format

  • No advertising or marketing or any kind.

  • Please do not respond to posts in order to make a general complaint or ask a general question about Londoloza Trust. Instead use our contact us pages to direct your question to the relevant department

  • Our registration process requires you to supply us with your name and email details. We will only use this information to validate your access to the discussions and for other service administration purposes, unless you specifically opt in to receiving further information from us

  • We will hold your personal data on our systems for as long as this service is provided, or until you request that we remove your details.

Privacy notice


Londoloza Trust: who we are and what we do

Londoloza Trust is an emerging conservation and development partner supporting initiatives aimed at tackling environmental, conservation and socio-economic challenges through sustainable interventions.

We work closely with communities and civil society at both local and national government levels, academic and professional institutions, funding and development agencies.


Information on this policy

Your personal information (such as your name and contact details, known as ‘personal data’) is protected by applicable legislation and regulation, including with reference to Jersey data protection laws and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679)

The laws in this area continue to develop quickly. We take our responsibilities around data very seriously, and it’s important to us that you understand how and why we ask for and work with your details. Your privacy is important to us and we have policies to ensure that we collect only the data that we need to carry out our business, and that we don’t keep it any longer than we need to. 

This policy explains how we collect, manage, use and protect your personal data, including how we work with third parties.

We never sell or swap your details with any other organisation for their marketing purposes.

If you would like more information on anything in this policy, please do get in touch with our Team.

  • Email:

  • Post: 17 De Montfort Crescent, Great Union Road
    St. Helier, Jersey, JE2 3BW.

  • The Data Protection Officer is Henry Nehwati who may be contacted as above.  

Understanding your rights

It is important that you understand your legal rights around your personal data and how we may use it. If you would like to discuss or exercise any of these rights, please do get in touch with our Team:

  • Email:

  • Post: 17 De Montfort Crescent, Great Union Road
    St. Helier, Jersey, JE2 3BW.

  • The Data Protection Officer is Henry Nehwati who may be contacted as above.  


Right to be informed

This Privacy Policy ensures that you are informed about how we will process your personal data. You might also see messages on some of our forms (or otherwise when we collect personal data from you) that explain why we ask for specific pieces of information from you.


Right of access

You have the right to access a copy of your personal data and receive certain information about what the data is and how and why we are processing it. Please note that we will require you to prove your identity before we disclose any information.


Right to rectification

If you feel that any of the information that we hold about you is incorrect, do let us know so that we can look into it.


Right to object

You have the right to object to the processing that we have outlined in this policy.


Right to erasure / to be forgotten

You have the right to request that we delete your information and can discuss this with us at any time.

You should know that there are some circumstances where we may need to keep your details, for example, if it is necessary to comply with a legal obligation on us. If this situation occurs, then we will explain and discuss these circumstances with you.

Right to restrict processing

You can request that we restrict processing of your data, as an alternative to deleting it – this means that we will keep the data but stop processing for most purposes. You may want to exercise this right if you feel that the data is inaccurate, that our processing of it is unlawful, whilst we progress a request from you to object to processing, or if we have no further need of the data, but you require us to keep it in relation to the establishment, exercise or defence of a legal claim.


Rights related to automated decision making

You have rights to avoid being subject to decisions based solely on automated processing (including profiling) which has a significant effect on you. We do not carry out any such processing.


Right to data portability

You have the right to request a copy of certain personal data to have it transferred to another organisation in certain circumstances.

You should know that there are some circumstances where these rights may not apply, but where this is the case we will always explain this to you. Please do contact us if you have any questions or concerns on how we collect and use your personal data, or on your rights, as we are always happy to speak to you. You also have the right to make a complaint direct to Jersey’s  data protection authority, the Jersey Financial Services Commission.  

Why we collect and use personal data

We collect personal data to help us to process your requests, keep in touch with you and to help us to interact with you in the most effective way.

Examples of why we process your personal data include:

  • To keep you updated on our work and the impact of your support;

  • To make sure you know about events that you can participate in as a supporter;

  • To invite you to participate in campaigns;

  • To send you fundraising appeals;

  • To support you as a volunteer;

  • To process donations or other payments, and verify financial transactions to protect you from fraud;

  • To process  Aid donations and Aid Declarations with the tax authorities;

  • To process a legacy or gift that you leave in your will;

  • To administer a lottery;

  • To provide services, products or information you have requested;

  • To check with you on how you want us to contact you, and record these preferences;

  • To keep notes of conversations that you have with our team, as a reference if you want to revisit the conversation later;

  • To notify you of changes to our policies when these affect you;

  • To ensure that content from our site is presented in the most effective way for you and your computer;

  • If we need to do so to comply with a law, process or regulatory requirement;

  • To process a job application you may make with us.

The information that we collect

The personal data that we collect about you will be based on how you interact with us, but we collect the following information from many of our supporters:

  • Your name;

  • Your postal and email addresses;

  • Your telephone number or numbers;

  • Details of any correspondence that we have had with you. For example, if you call our team, they may make a note of the conversation, in case you need anything else on that matter;

  • How you would like to hear from us, and when you told us this;

  • Details of any donations that you have made to us;

  • Your date of birth;

  • Any fundraising appeals that you may have responded to;

  • Events that you have taken part in or enquired about.

There is also other information that we may collect and hold in specific circumstances. For example:

  • Your bank account details if you set up a direct debit with us;

  • Health information that you give us if you are participating in an event, to help us to ensure your safety;

  • If you have told us that you want to exclude yourself from participating in our Lottery;

  • Campaigning actions that you have taken on our behalf;

  • If you are a volunteer or part of our local organiser campaigner network and have told us that you have a specific area of interest to receive training on;

  • Our telephone system lists the numbers that have recently called or been dialled, but we do not link these to any supporter records;

  • Information to support our work with high net worth individuals, to understand their philanthropic interests, and complete any necessary due diligence.


Sensitive data

Some personal data is legally considered to be sensitive, and so is subject to additional safeguards – in data protection law this is known as ”special category” data. Data on the following matters is classed in this way:

  • Race;

  • Ethnic origin;

  • Political opinions;

  • Religion or philosophical beliefs;

  • Trade union membership;

  • Genetics;

  • Biometrics (where this is used for identification purposes;

  • Health;

  • An individual’s sex life; or

  • Sexual orientation

Similar protections apply to personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences.

We will only collect or use this type of data if there is a specific reason for doing so. We will always explain this reason to you when we ask for the data and will usually ask for your explicit consent to use it. For example, if you register to run a marathon on our behalf, we will ask to collect and store information on your health for your own protection and to make sure that we can provide you with appropriate facilities and support. We wouldn’t ask for consent if it is information that you have clearly made public, for example, the political views of a political figure or candidate, or your religion if you are working with us because you represent a faith group such as your church.

Age is not legally considered as a special category of data, but we will always treat it sensitively.


How and when we collect information about you

There are a number of ways that we collect information; most often this will be directly from you, for example, if you fill out a form on our website, or directly with one of our fundraisers. Whenever we ask for information from you we will explain why we are asking for it (including by reference to this policy), and you will always be given a choice about how we communicate with you.

In some very specific circumstances we will gather data from publicly available sources, to help us in our work with High Net Worth Individuals. We use data from third parties to keep our records up to date, (such as where you have signed up to the Telephone or Fundraising Preference Services) or to enhance the information that we hold (such as to identify your parliamentary constituency). Sometimes you will also provide data to third parties who then pass it to us with your permission. For example, you may be raising money on fundraising platforms, or you may have signed up to one of our campaigns through a 3rd party website.


We do not buy lists of data to use for our marketing purposes or share data with other charities for them to use in their marketing purposes.

Anonymous information: cookies

Like most websites, our site uses cookies; small data files that are downloaded when you use a website, to make the site easier to use. The information that is gathered is totally anonymous to us, but it helps us to see how people use our site, so that we can provide a better user experience. 

Our legal basis for processing your information

We will always make sure that we consider why we are processing your personal data and identify our legal basis for doing so. Often this will be because you have given us your consent. We may also process your data where we are furthering our legitimate aims and have assessed that the processing is not likely to be too intrusive, or to unduly infringe on your rights and freedoms. In legal terms, this is called the “legitimate interests” basis.

In some cases, we have a legal or statutory duty to process information, and we will always comply with any legal requirement. 

We may also process your personal data where it is necessary to carry out the terms of a contract which we have with you (or when we are in the process of forming that contract with you).


Marketing communications

We will make it easy for you to tell us if you would like to receive “marketing” communications (including fundraising and campaigning communications) from us and hear more about our work, and the ways in which you would like to receive this information (post, email, SMS and phone). In every communication, we will always make it clear how you can tell us if you choose not to receive further marketing communications, either at all, on certain topics or by certain methods. 

If you tell us that you do not want to receive marketing communications, we will remove you from our list and will then not send you any further marketing materials.


Processing your data on the basis of your consent:


There are a number of circumstances where we only process your data on the basis of your consent. Examples of this are:

  • To send you marketing by email.

  • To send you marketing by SMS (text message).

  • To send you direct messages through social media.

  • To process health information that you give us if you are participating in an event or travelling overseas.


When you give your consent for us to contact you, we do not treat this as valid indefinitely. However, we understand that our supporters want to continue to hear from us whilst they have an active relationship with us, and for a period afterwards. 

Here are some examples of what we mean by an active relationship:

  • If you make a donation or sponsorship payment to us, including regular monthly gifts or sponsorship donations

  • If you participate in an event on our behalf (for example a Marathon)

  • If you tell us that you have left us a gift in your Will 

  • If you take a campaigns action for us, such as signing a petition 

  • If you have an ongoing conversation with one of our fundraisers about our work


We will consider your consent to be valid whilst you take these actions, and then for 24 months afterwards, to enable us to keep you up to date with our work and to offer you other ways you might choose to support us. At the end of this time period then we will get in touch with you to re-confirm that you are happy to continue to hear from us.


You can withdraw your consent at any time. If you wish to do so, or have any questions on this, please do just get in touch with our Team at any time and they’ll be happy to help:

  • Email:

  • Post: 17 De Montfort Crescent, Great Union Road
    St. Helier, Jersey, JE2 3BW.

  • The Data Protection Officer is Henry Nehwati who may be contacted as above.  


The Legitimate Interests basis


We have a duty to the community who we stand with: to promote ourselves and our work; to responsibly raise as much money as possible to further our charitable aims; to update our supporters and the general public on our progress; and to operate in an effective way. We always pursue these interests in a respectful manner, with our supporters at the heart of what we do.

We might further our legitimate interests in the following ways:

To communicate with you about marketing and fundraising materials or products:

  • To respond to requests for information, such as where you have asked for a fundraising pack.

  • To send you mail relating to activity that we think you may be interested in (unless you have told us you do not want this). We will always consider how much mail you receive from us, and what the topic is, to ensure that it is appropriate.

  • If you are a sponsor, to forward messages from our country offices where your sponsored person (child or adult) lives.

  • To contact you by telephone for fundraising or marketing purposes where you have provided us with your number. (If you have already told us that you prefer not to receive telephone calls from us, or are registered with the Telephone Preference Service then we will not call you.)

  • To fulfil gift requests if you have ordered either for yourself or to send them to a gift recipient. 

  • To use social media so that you see our adverts on your newsfeed.

To ensure that we understand our supporters and so can contact them in a way that is relevant for them, and to make sure that we are using our marketing budgets effectively:

  • To segment and analyse our data that we hold so that we can understand who our supporters are and contact them about specific activity. For example, to identify which supporters have previously participated in running events, and to send them details of future running activity.

  • To undertake research on potential high value supporters, to understand their philanthropic interests and ensure that we only contact people whose interests align with our business. You can find further information on this below.

To manage our everyday business needs

  • To work with third party suppliers, where we can make use of their expertise in a specialist field, or where they can provide services at a more cost-effective rate than we could manage internally.

  • To update our database records to keep them accurate, for example, to amend an address where we receive returned mail.

  • To contact former job applicants who have been placed in our Talent Bank.

You have the right to object to us processing your data on the grounds of our legitimate interests. If you would like us to stop using your data on this basis, please do get in touch with our Team. You may also see a ‘please do not contact me by post’ box on our communications where we are using the legitimate interest basis, and you can also tick this to ask us to stop sending these.

Administrative messages

There are some administrative messages that we legally must share with you, which are not affected by how you have told us you would like us to contact you for marketing purposes.


Examples of these include:

  • Confirming the details of any direct debit that you set up with us, including your bank account and payment details;

  • Confirming where you have made an Aid Declaration orally, so that we can give you the information on the tax implications of this;

  • Letting you know if you have won in a Lottery draw.


How we work with third parties in processing personal data

We sometimes work with third parties. It’s important that you understand the circumstances where this might happen, and who we work with. 

We never sell or swap your details with any other organisation for their marketing purposes.

These are some examples of how we work with third parties:

  • Where we work with other offices, subsidiaries or affiliates. If for example you are a child sponsor, our local offices can access your name and address to share messages from your sponsored child or the area you support.

  • Where we sign a contract with a third-party supplier to carry out services for us. These contracts will always hold a supplier to our own high standards of data protection, to ensure that they treat your information with the same care as we do.

  • Where you register to take part in an event (such as a marathon), and we have to provide your details to the event organiser to secure your place.

  • Where a company sends us data because you have given permission for them to share it, for example, where you set up an online giving fundraising page, sign up for an event via a third party or register with the Telephone or Fundraising Preference Services.

  • Where we use companies who can help us to enhance the information that we hold about you, for example, to help us to understand which parliamentary constituency you fall into, the size and composition of your household, or the demographic of people living in your postcode area.

  • Where we might use your phone number or email address to communicate with you on social media. This won’t be through direct, personal messages, but updates about our work and stories that we think you might be interested in, which might appear in the form of content on your newsfeed.

  • Where we legally have to share information. For example, if you make an Aid declaration to enable us to claim Aid on donations that you make, we have to share your name and address with Jersey’s tax authorities so that they can audit our claim.


Third party suppliers

We may use companies to provide services and process your personal data on our behalf, where they have a specific expertise or can offer the most cost-effective solution for us. Some of the activities that third-party companies carry out for us are:

  • Packing and delivering postal mail;

  • Making telephone calls to our supporters;

  • Signing up new supporters for us in door to door, street or private site campaigns;

  • Sending emails;

  • Processing credit card payments;


Whenever we work with a company in this way, we will always have a contract with them, to be certain that they treat your data with the same level of care and respect as we do. We will only send them the data that they need to carry out their specific service, and they are required to delete it or return it to us once they have completed this. Your data will only ever be passed to them for the services that they carry out on our behalf, it is never shared for their marketing purposes.


Event organisers

Some events require us to pass your personal information to the event organisers to secure your place. We will always make this clear to you at the point of your registration, so you understand the information that we will transfer, and who will receive it.

Third Parties who send us data

Some third-party organisations collect data on our behalf, and share it with us, in accordance with their policies and procedures for data protection compliance. Some of these organisations are Data Management companies, which we use to ensure that data you have provided us with is up to date. We do not use this to add new contact data; so if we already have your address, we may update this, but if we do not have your telephone number we will not use one of these companies to find and record it.

Whenever you give your data to any organisation, you should always make yourself aware of their Data Protection and Privacy Policies.

Companies who provide us with additional information

Understanding our supporters helps us to provide them with a really personalised experience and makes sure that we use our marketing budgets in the most efficient way. We may collect the following additional information about our supporters:

  • Information on the size and composition of your household

  • Your parliamentary constituency

  • Information about your interests and hobbies

  • The age band that you fall into.


Social media

Using social media is a great way for us to update you on our work, and let you know the difference your support is making. When we use your data in this way we upload a file to Facebook which is ‘locally hashed’; a highly secure encryption method. This file is used to find our supporters on Facebook and Instagram by matching email or phone number data to Facebook and Instagram accounts.

In addition to this, we may use your data to create ‘lookalike’ audiences on Facebook and Instagram. This means that Facebook and Instagram will match interests, behaviour and demographics to create a new audience which closely matches our existing supporters. Using this method is the most efficient way for us to reach more people who are likely to take an interest in our work, meaning we use our funds most effectively.

If you don’t want us to use your data in this way, please get in touch with our Supporter Contact team and we will make sure your details are not included.

  • Email:

  • Post: 17 De Montfort Crescent, Great Union Road
    St. Helier, Jersey, JE2 3BW.

  • The Data Protection Officer is Henry Nehwati who may be contacted as above.  


Where we have a legal requirement

We will always share data where we have a legal requirement to do so. Examples of this include providing audit information to the Jersey tax authorities for our Aid claims or if we are required to do so by law enforcement officials. If we were to merge with another charity or restructure, we may also share your personal details with other entities involved in the merger/restructure for that purpose.

How long we keep your data for

We want to make sure that we have up to date records for as long as you are actively supporting us, so for as long as you take actions on our behalf or to engage with us, such as participate in our campaigns, donate to us or correspond with us. Once you are no longer an active supporter, we will keep your data for a set period of time, which we calculate depending on the information that you originally provided, and why you gave it to us. At the end of this time period, we will remove any personal details from our records of you, to ensure that any information is entirely anonymous.

In general, we will keep records of financial donors for at least seven years, to meet our requirements for any Aid audit from Jersey’s tax authorities. If we have asked for sensitive personal data specific to an event, we will dispose of this data within a month after the event. 

You can find more detailed information on how long we keep your data for, and other timescales that might apply below.

In most cases we will keep records for seven years after you last make a donation to us.  This ensures that we keep the information we need for any financial audit (including Aid audits).

The seven-year time period applies to most people, but you should be aware of the exceptions, which we will communicate as applicable.


What happens at the end of this time period?

At the end of this time period, we will remove your personal details from our records, to ensure that they are entirely anonymous. We keep records on how our supporters have interacted with us, but not of who those supporters are. For example, we want to be able to see how many supporters donated to a particular appeal, told us that they took a campaign action or requested information from us. This helps us to understand how to use our resources in the future, so that we can raise funds in the most effective way.

Your right to be forgotten

You have a right to be forgotten, which means that you can ask us to delete your personal details before the end of the time limits we’ve listed in the table above. You should know that there are some circumstances where we may need to keep your details, for example, in order to comply with a legal obligation. If this situation occurs then we will explain and discuss these circumstances with you.

If you would like to discuss or exercise this right, please do get in touch with our Team.

  • Email:

  • Post: 17 De Montfort Crescent, Great Union Road
    St. Helier, Jersey, JE2 3BW.

  • The Data Protection Officer is Henry Nehwati who may be contacted as above.  


How we keep your information secure

We take the care of your data very seriously and we use a combination of organisational and technological security measures to protect your personal information to the highest possible standards. This includes the use of secure servers, firewalls, virus & malware protection, secure socket layer (SSL) encryption and secure file transfer protocol for our work with third parties. We follow payment card industry (PCI) security compliance guidelines when processing credit card payments.

Access to all data is protected by complex passwords, including letters, numbers and characters: in some cases more than one method of authentication is used. We make sure that only staff who need to access your personal data can do so. Any member of our staff who has access to your personal data is given training to make sure that they understand the importance of keeping your information safe and secure at all times.

Whilst we take all of the measures that we’ve outlined above, unfortunately, the transmission of information using the internet is not completely secure. Although we will do our best to protect your personal data sent to us this way, we cannot guarantee the security of data transmitted to our site.

In the extremely unlikely event that we experience a data breach, our Data Protection Officer would immediately work with our Information Security Officer and the JFSC if necessary. 


Where we keep your information and when it might be transferred outside of Europe

We are aware that countries outside of the European Economic Area have differing standards of data privacy. Much of our data is kept within our systems here Jersey, but there are a number of exceptions that you should be aware of: If you are a sponsor or volunteer, your name and address will be added to our international database. This can be accessed by international staff (including those from our subsidiaries and affiliates) in other parts of the world so that they can send you messages or programme updates from the country that you support. Your financial details are never shared; your information stored here is purely for correspondence.

Your data may also leave the European Economic Area if you travel with us, for example by signing up to one of our volunteering trips. This will only be information specifically related to your trip, for example to book your travel, or to arrange your visit to one of our sites with our overseas colleagues. 

Some countries (but not every country in which we work) have been determined by the European Commission to have “adequate” standards of data protection compliance.


How to control the marketing that we send you

We want to make sure that we keep in touch with you when, and how you want. Every marketing communication that we send will outline how you can update us on your preferences, and all of our emails have an Unsubscribe link.

We will ensure that our records are updated as soon as possible once we receive your instructions. For our postal communications, it can take up to 28 days for any change to take full effect because of the production times for our campaigns, but in most cases we would expect the change to be effective much more quickly.  If you do receive any mail within this 28-day window, you can simply recycle it.


Administrative messages

There are some administrative messages that we legally must share with you, which are not affected by how you have told us you would like us to contact you for marketing materials. 

Examples of these are:

  • Confirming the details of any direct debit that you set up with us, including your bank account and payment details;

  • Confirming where you have made an Aid Declaration orally, so that we can give you the information on the tax implications of this.

If we send you one of these messages, we will only use it to share the detail that we have to legally provide you with and will not use it for marketing.


Information on profiling

We undertake a number of different activities that can be known as “profiling”. We use these to help us to understand how best to manage our resources, so that we can understand your interests or your capacity to give, and give you a truly tailored experience.


The most common form of profiling that we undertake is to segment and analyse our supporter data. In practice this means sorting our data to build reports to understand the characteristics of our supporters, and how they choose to interact with us. We also use segmentation to identify particular audiences for some of our communications: for example, to send information on running events to supporters who have previously enquired about or participated in these in the past. One part of segmentation is propensity modelling, where we look at different aspects of the data that we hold to determine how likely a supporter is to respond to communications that we send. Based on what you’ve done before, we will tailor any ask we make to you.

We also use profiling to help us to understand wealthy or influential individuals who are happy to support us to a greater extent than is possible for most people. We will research their philanthropic interests so that we can reach out to them and invite them into a dialogue about the ways in which they might help.

If you do not wish us to use your details in this way, please contact our Team

  • Email:

  • Post: 17 De Montfort Crescent, Great Union Road
    St. Helier, Jersey, JE2 3BW.

  • The Data Protection Officer is Henry Nehwati who may be contacted as above.  


Working with / understanding High Net Worth Individuals

We value the opportunity to work with people, trusts, foundations and companies that are able to support our work through partnerships, networks and higher levels of giving (typically over £5,000 a year). This is a crucial area of fundraising for us, and so we use profiling to help us to identify other individuals who may also be able to give at this level and form mutually beneficial partnerships. 


We analyse our database and use information on how supporters have engaged with us in the past to see if we believe that they would be interested in building a relationship with us. We then use publicly available sources of information to understand their philanthropic interests and capacity to give greater support, and we may also identify other potential new supporters this way. Using this information means that we can tailor communications to areas of our work that we believe will be of interest to them, as we know that donors want information relevant to their motivations. It enables us to spend less money than we otherwise would to raise more funds, faster. It also allows us to ensure that we do not contact people inappropriately.

These external data sources may include:

  • Official sources such as Companies Registry, UK Charity Commission and other registers, the Electoral Roll, Who’s Who and Debrett’s guides;

  • Publicly available materials such as in newspapers, magazines and reputable websites;

  • Information that individuals put into the public domain such as on company websites or biographies on professional networking sites;

  • Geographic and demographic information based on postcode.


We may also use a third-party to analyse our database against their demographic database. This helps us to understand our supporters, personalise communication for them and helps us to make the most appropriate requests to supporters who may be able and willing to contribute more. For the avoidance of doubt, we do not undertake what has traditionally been known as “wealth screening”, where an organisation asks a company to provide information that it holds on the wealth of specific named individuals.


For very high value donations we also have a responsibility (and often a legal duty) to understand the source of that money. We therefore also carry out some research on that basis, to assess and manage potential risks with regards to money laundering and other offences and ensure that there is no conflict with our aims and ideals.


How we use your information if you apply for a role

We collect information from anyone who applies to work or volunteer. We only use this information for our recruitment or employment purposes and it is entirely separate to our supporter data. As an applicant or employee, you are entitled to the same rights as our supporters, and these are outlined in our Rights section.



When you apply to work or volunteer we will ask for information about you and your work history to understand how your skills and past experience matches the requirements of a role. 

There are two circumstances where we might disclose details outside of our organisation as we process your application:

1. We will ask for details of referees, and we will contact them to verify the information that you have given us – when we contact them, we will share your name and the role that you have applied for. We contact referees on the basis of our legitimate interests as an organisation to understand applicants and their suitability for the roles they apply for.

2. Some roles also require us to obtain a disclosure from a disclosure & barring (or equivalent) service. This will be clearly marked in the advertisement, and so we will not give you further notice before we apply for this disclosure.

All candidates applying to work or to volunteer will automatically have their application details saved and retained on our secure recruitment portal and in our Talent Bank for 7 years. We use our Talent Bank to identify candidates who were unsuccessful in their application, but who we feel may have an interest in and suitability for another role.

If you would like for us to remove your personal details from our system at any time before that, please let us know.

You should know that we always keep anonymous statistical information about applicants to develop our recruitment processes and for equality and diversity monitoring, but this does not contain any information that could be used to identify individual job applicants.


If you begin employment with us, we will put together a staff file, which will contain your information. We keep this information in this file secure and will only use it for matters that apply directly to your employment with us.

We provide all of our employees with an internal privacy notice, which explains exactly how we process their data as an employee, including how we use their personal data in case of emergency, and how long we retain all of this information for.


Changes to this Policy

This policy was last updated in June 2018.

From time to time, we may make changes to this Policy and you will always be able to see here when it was last updated. If we make significant changes, such as in how or why we process your personal data, we will also publicise these changes on our website or may contact you directly with more information. 

Please do revisit this policy each time you consider giving your personal data to Londoloza Trust.

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