Sharing your information with others can help us to improve your experience working with DAISI. This is not done without due consideration to your privacy needs. If you have concerns about the sharing of your information with others then please CONTACT US. DAISI’s policy on sharing information about you is below.
1.1 DAISI will use your information to help us provide, administer, improve and personalise our communications to you, engage, and manage our relationship, with you. For example, if you are a supporter, we will use your information to process your donations, newsletter subscriptions, change of details, and to tell you about our work including via email, SMS, Facebook message and/or other social media platforms.
1.2 It is important that DAISI tell you about how your support is making a difference to the people of the South Pacific we serve, and you will from time to time receive group emails. All emails have an unsubscribe option should you wish to be removed from group emails.
1.3 DAISI will also encourage you to learn more about poverty and justice issues currently faced and let you know about other opportunities to partner with us. This is what it means for you to be part of DAISI. However uou can set your own preferences for how you will hear from us by contacting us.
1.4 This may also include processing payments, managing promotions, providing refunds, verifying your identity, conducting market research, maintaining and updating our records, dealing with enquiries from you and working with our service providers.
1.5 DAISI may monitor and record your communications with us (including email and telephone) for security, dispute resolution and training purposes.
1.6 Sometimes DAISI will have to disclose your information to other people for a specific purpose, such as when you need a National Police Records (NPR) check or a Working Witch Children (WCC) check so that you can visit a community.
1.7. DAISI does not as a general rule disclose your information to anyone else – importantly, we never rent, sell or exchange your personal information without your consent.
This policy was first created 15th November 2015 and revised on 1st July 2020