The Auckland Medical Research Foundation (‘AMRF’) is committed to protecting your privacy.
Information about donations is handled with respect and confidentiality to the extent provided by law.
Some donors prefer anonymity. AMRF will respect the wishes of contributors who prefer their gift to remain confidential. AMRF do not lend, exchange, rent or sell our donor lists to other organisations.
The personal information you provide when making an online donation, purchasing a membership, applying for funds or becoming a volunteer will be protected by AMRF, and will not be disclosed to any third parties. You can opt out at any time.
What information AMRF collect
AMRF collects and uses various personal information from individuals that includes: name, amount donated, dates of donations, address, telephone numbers, e-mail address, comments, attendance at events and date of birth.
Security of information held
AMRF holds personal information at the AMRF office: Level 3, 81 Grafton Road, Auckland.
AMRF will ensure your personal information is kept secure and confidential, using up-to-date methods and systems which meet current industry standards. This includes the following:
Only our staff and those who perform services on our behalf, and are authorised to handle your information, will have access to your personal information;
We will not retain any of your information for any longer than is required by us except to fulfil our legal obligations or where you have consented;
We will, with your assistance, endeavour to keep your personal information accurate, complete and up-to-date.
How AMRF use that information
AMRF will use contact information (e-mail, telephone numbers and address) of individuals:
To distribute receipts for donations/memberships;
To send donor/membership acknowledgement letters and thank supporters for their donations;
To inform supporters about upcoming fundraising and other activities of AMRF;
For internal analysis and record keeping;
For direct mailings;
To contact you (either directly or by appointing another organisation) to carry out market research and surveys;
For the ordinary operation of its business including: to identify an individual; to provide supporters and applicants with products and services they require including the administration and management of those products and services; for researching and developing AMRF’s products and services including an understanding of a supporter’s and applicants communications needs for the purposes of enhancing or improving AMRF’s products and services; informing supporters and applicants of changes to AMRF’s products and services; and to conduct appropriate checks regarding the provision of the products and services to a supporter or applicant;
For any other purpose indicated at the time of supply of the information to AMRF;
Staff and volunteers assume all donations are to be publicly announced unless the donor explicitly indicates otherwise. Comments given in donor/membership forms may be used in promotional materials while comments sent to us via email, fax or telephone are kept strictly confidential.
Access and Correction of Information
You have the right to access and request a correction to your personal information. To ensure that your recorded personal information is accurate and up-to-date, or to opt out, please notify AMRF by email email@example.com or by phone 09 923 1701.
All access to donor financial information is strictly limited to staff who need to process this data. AMRF uses Windcave for online payment processing which protects personal information to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards. AMRF does not store, nor does it have access to, your credit card information, bank account numbers, or other account data sent to those processing services.
AMRF may collect and/or retain personal information about you as a result of you using our site. AMRF only use this information in aggregate and it cannot be used to personally identify you. AMRF do not collect identifiable information about you while you browse our website unless you choose to give it to us.
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If AMRF believe that there has been a privacy breach, AMRF will identify the issue and take steps to minimise any harm. If AMRF believe the breach has caused, or is likely to cause serious harm, AMRF will contact the Office of the Privacy Commissioner and those who may be affected by the breach.
If you believe there has been a privacy breach you should report the breach or potential breach to AMRF's Privacy Officer by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Privacy Officer will review any complaint or reported breach. The Privacy Officer will respond to the complainant or reporter outlining next steps and their reasons for taking those steps. The Privacy Officer will also consider whether any privacy breach is a notifiable breach, therefore requiring notification to the Privacy Commissioner and affected individuals under the Privacy Act 2020.
This website is for information only. It is not intended to replace medical or healthcare advice provided by a qualified medical practitioner. Any person requiring medical advice or treatment should seek proper care from an appropriate provider.
AMRF aims to ensure that all website information is from reliable and reputable sources and is accurate, and AMRF accept no responsibility for the manner in which this information is subsequently used.
AMRF is not responsible for the content or reliability of any external websites that AMRF do not own or manage, that this website links to. AMRF does not necessarily endorse the views expressed within them nor guarantee they will be active and function correctly at all times. Listing shall not be taken as endorsement of any kind.
The information contained on this website is derived from a number of sources. While AMRF has taken all reasonable steps to ensure that all information is from reliable and reputable sources and is accurate, it accepts no liability or responsibility for any acts or omissions, done or omitted in reliance in whole or in part, on the information.
Updated 7 September 2021