In this privacy and cookie statement (hereinafter referred to as the privacy statement), Mensen met een Missie informs you about the way in which Mensen met een Missie processes personal data, about the purposes for which Mensen met een Missie processes personal data and about your rights (if Mensen met een Missie processes personal data about you).
This privacy statement also specifies how Mensen met een Missie deals with personal data. This concerns personal data of all relationships of Mensen met een Missie, obtained through the various registration processes to become a member, friend, donor, or newsletter recipient of Mensen met een Missie. This also applies to personal data that Mensen met een Missie obtains from visits to and use of the websites of Mensen met een Missie.
What are personal data?
Personal data are data that say something about a natural person, for example a name, e-mail address, date of birth, photo, etc. When (a combination of) these data can be traced back to a natural person, we talk about personal data.
Our policy concerning personal data
Mensen met een Missie attaches great importance to collecting and processing personal data of friends, donors, newsletter recipients and other interested parties in a correct and careful manner. Mensen met een Missie processes the personal data in accordance with the applicable legislation regarding the protection of personal data. Effective as of 25 May 2018, this is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Mensen met een Missie is responsible within the meaning of the GDPR.
If you wish to contact Mensen met een Missie about this, please use the contact details at the bottom of this privacy statement.
What personal data does Mensen met een Missie collect and what is done with it?
Mensen met een Missie collects and processes personal data of people with whom we have, want to have or have had a direct or indirect relationship. These include, for example, friends, donors, newsletter recipients, (volunteer) employees and other interested parties. Mensen met een Missie only collects personal data from your own registration or application.
The categories of personal data that Mensen met een Missie processes are:
• Personal data (such as name, gender, address, e-mail address, telephone number)
• Financial data (such as IBAN, payment data).
Mensen met een Missie only collects and processes the personal data necessary for the purposes for which the personal data were collected.
The purposes of the collection of personal data are: management of the donor administration and the financial administration, receipt of donations, (anonymized) statistical research, conducting campaigns and actions for the benefit of programs and fundraising and aimed at providing information about different areas of attention and meetings.
Mensen met een Missie processes your name, gender, address details, telephone number, e-mail address, relationship number, financial details, date of birth and reading behaviour of newsletters for:
• Receiving donations and the associated rights and obligations
• Managing the donor administration
• Managing the financial administration
• Sending targeted information and invitations to meetings
• Statistical research (anonymized)
• Newsletter recipients
Mensen met een Missie processes your (name, gender,) e-mail address, date of registration, relationship number and reading behaviour of newsletters for:
• Sending mailings that you have signed up for
• Statistical research (anonymized)
Other interested parties
When requesting information or registering for meetings for interested parties, Mensen met een Missie only processes personal data that are necessary for that purpose. This concerns your name, address details, telephone number, e-mail address, date of birth and reading behaviour of newsletters for:
• Sending the information you have requested
• Sending targeted information about a meeting for which you have registered
• Statistical research (anonymised)
Mensen met een Missie does not store personal data longer than necessary for the purposes for which the data were collected.
The retention period for personal data depends on the purpose for which the personal data are used. For example, certain personal data (such as the name and address of friends, donors and other endowers) that are processed for legal purposes must be kept for seven years. After the storage of your personal data is no longer necessary, they will be deleted.
Security, confidentiality and external parties
We are aware that personal data has been entrusted to us and that we must manage this confidentially. Personal data are kept securely and carefully and for no longer than is necessary for use within Mensen met een Missie or for the purpose for which they were collected.
Mensen met een Missie have taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect personal data against loss or against any form of unlawful processing.
Access to personal data
Within Mensen met een Missie tracked personal data are managed by the employees at the office in The Hague. Only the employees in charge of the donor administration can view the donor data and make changes. Other employees of the organization can view relationships and (part of) their personal data if this is necessary for the execution of their tasks.
For all employees, authentication is mandatory both to access the Mensen met een Missie environment as well as a separate authentication for access to specific applications that provide access to personal data.
All employees are informed about a careful way of handling personal data.
Each time personal data are processed involves human action. Mensen met een Missie does not make decisions based on automatically processed data through profiling or any other form of automated decision-making.
Exchange of personal data with external parties
Personal data are used exclusively for the activities of Mensen met een Missie and are therefore not shared with external organizations, unless the relations concerned give their explicit consent or unless a legitimate purpose is served with the involvement of external service providers. Personal data are shared with such external service providers for the facilitation of the financial administration, the sending of magazines and other mailings and digital mailings, management of (e-mail)servers, hosting of the website, etc. When Mensen met een Missie has personal data processed by external service providers (under the GDPR referred to as a Processor), Mensen met een Missie and the Processor have made clear agreements about the processing and the security of the personal data (recorded in a processor agreement).
What are your rights?
The GDPR gives people more control over their personal data. According to the GDPR, you have various rights when it comes to your personal data that Mensen met een Missie processes: the right of information (this privacy statement serves this purpose), the right of access, the right of correction, the right of deletion and the right to withdraw consent.
Right of access, right of correction or right of deletion
You can request access, correction or deletion of your personal data at any time, or you can object to the use of your personal data. You can make a request for access, correction or deletion of your personal data by e-mail or mail (Bezuidenhoutseweg 225, 2594 AL The Hague).
Please note that in some cases, Mensen met een Missie may ask for additional information to establish your identity. On the website of the Dutch Data Protection Authority you will find sample letters for requests. Please also note that in connection with legal obligations Mensen met een Missie may not delete all personal data of friends, donors and other endowers.
Right to withdraw consent
You have the right to withdraw your consent (Right to object) by which you can object to the processing of your personal data for commercial purposes or in special personal circumstances. If you indicate that you no longer wish to be contacted (via a certain medium), Mensen met een Missie will unsubscribe you and no longer use your personal data for that purpose.
Please note that in some cases, Mensen met een Missie may ask for additional information to establish your identity. Please also note that in connection with legal obligations Mensen met een Missie may not delete all personal data of friends, donors and other endowers.
Website visit data and cookies
The internal management system of the Mensen met een Missie website stores some general website visit data (including the time of visit and the IP address of your computer). These data are used for anonymized statistical analysis of visitor and click behaviour on the website. Mensen met een Missie anonymizes these data as much as possible. These data remain the property of Mensen met een Missie and are not provided to third parties.
In addition to the website visit data stored in the internal management system, Mensen met een Missie also uses Google Analytics to track how visitors use the website. The information obtained in this way, with the exception of the address of your computer (IP address), is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
Google uses this information to keep track of how our website is used, to provide us with reports on the website and to be able to offer us information about the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns. In addition, Mensen met een Missie uses this to optimize the operation of the website. Visitor data is only used by Google to provide and maintain the Analytics service. However, Google may make this data available to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or insofar as these third parties process the data on behalf of Google.
Types of cookies and consent
This website uses, among other things, technically necessary and functional cookies and analytical cookies from Google. Advertising/tracking cookies may also be placed (after your consent).
Facebook and Twitter
The website contains buttons to promote or share pages on social networks Facebook and Twitter. These buttons are realized by a code provided by Facebook and Twitter themselves. Among other things, this code places a cookie (after your consent). Read the privacy statement of Facebook and Twitter (which can change regularly) to see what they do with your personal data that they process through this code.
Overview of cookies
Name PHP session
From whom? Webserver
Function Is used for the proper functioning of the website.
From whom? Drip
Function Is used to send user-entered data to our email marketing system.
From whom? Give Give module
Function Used to send data entered by donors to our CMS.
From whom? Google
Function Is used to identify you as a visitor to this site. This is achieved by generating random numbers. No personal information or data are kept.
From whom? Google
Type Pixel Tracking
Function Used by Google Adwords to reach users who have already visited relevant webpages.
Name GPS, PREF, Visitor Info Live, YSC, Remote Cast Installed, Remote Connected Devices, Remote Device ID, Remote Fast Check Period, Remote Session App, Remote Session Name
From Whom? YouTube
Type Pixel Tracking
Function Used to record usage and preferences that YouTube uses to improve the user experience and show relevant ads.
From whom? Facebook
Type Pixel Tracking
Function Used to optimize our advertising campaigns so that the ads that users see are as relevant as possible.
From whom? Sharpspring
Type Pixel Tracking
Categorie Functioneel, Analyse en Tracking
Functie Used to store data entered by the user in our email marketing system and to get an idea of the preferences and wishes of the user. This is done in order to send the correct e-mails and to provide the user with relevant information.
Technically necessary and functional cookies are always placed. Analytical cookies from Google Analytics are also always placed; explicit consent is requested for other cookies.
You can remove your consent for cookies. You can also set your browser so that you do not receive cookies during the next use of the website. You can also set your browser not to place Google Analytics cookies. In the event that you do not allow cookies, however, it may not be possible to make full use of all the features of the website.
Where can I go with a privacy-related question or complaint?
For questions or complaints about the processing of personal data or this privacy statement, you can contact Mensen met een Missie via this link. We are happy to help you.
Version: August 2018