Umbrella Brighton & Hove’ website provides contact details. Contacts via the website will be classified as coming from one of the following, & will be dealt with as set out below:
- Potential Clients (i.e. a request for advice)
- Referrers/ partners
- Potential employees (e.g. enquiring about a job, volunteering opportunities)
In the event that we reply to a request for help from a client they will be encouraged to contact one of our partner agencies. We will not retain information but instead provide contact details for the partner agency.
Information will be dealt with & kept as appropriate and this is not personal data as covered by data protection act – unless it concerns a client (see above).
Potential employees (e.g. enquiring about a job, volunteering opportunities)
We will keep data only for long enough to determine that we have dealt with the enquiry as appropriate (usually no longer than 6 months). For more information our employee privacy notice is here Employee Privacy Notice 2018
Individuals can sign up for our newsletter or contact us for more information.
For more information our supporter privacy notice is here Supporter Privacy Notice 2018
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