Community First Yorkshire is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and takes all measures reasonably necessary to protect against the unauthorised access, use, alteration or destruction of personal data. We disclose personal data only to those of our employees, contractors and partner organisations that: i. need to know that information in order to process it on our behalf or to provide services available at Community First Yorkshire, ii. have agreed not to disclose it to others and iii. comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
By using the Community First Yorkshire website and services, you consent to the transfer of such information to them. Community First Yorkshire will never rent or sell personal data.
If you register for an event, become a member, sign up to our newsletter(s) or fill in a form on this website, you may be asked to provide information about yourself including your name and contact details. This information is personal information that can be used to identify you. The basis for holding this information is ‘legitimate interest’ and we do not need your consent to keep these details as we are unable to provide the service requested or contact you without being able to hold this information. We may also collect information about your usage as you and others browse and use our website (see cookies section), as well as information about you from messages you post to the website. We may also track which pages users visit when they click on links in emails sent by us. We may collect information on your IP address which is used by your computer every time you connect to the internet. Your IP address is a unique number that is used by your internet service provider to identify your computer when it’s accessing the internet. We do not use this information to identify our website users and do not disclose such information.
Cookies are small text files stored on your device when you access most websites on the internet or open certain emails. Among other things, cookies allow a website to recognise your device and remember if you’ve been to the website before. We use the term cookie to refer to cookies and technologies that perform a similar function to cookies (eg tags, pixels, web beacons, etc). Cookies can be read by the originating website on each subsequent visit and by any other website that recognises the cookie.
The cookie settings on this website are set to ‘allow cookies’ to give you the best browsing experience possible and to understand the parts of the website that users are visiting and support the provision of information and functionality to you.
Cookies are also used to help us gather statistics on the use of our website anonymously, as well as to provide us with information about how the website is used so that we can make sure it’s kept as up to date, relevant and as error free as we can.
If you change your settings so cookies are refused, it is possible that you will be unable to access certain parts of the website.