Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy2018-07-23T10:17:04+00:00

Church Planting Initiative has adopted this policy as we respect your privacy. This Privacy policy covers the Charity’s treatment of personally identifiable information that we collect or hold.

The Church Planting Initiative (CPI) is a registered charity (number 1085172) and a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales (number 3928850). Registered office: The Barn, Baines Lane, Seaton, Oakham, LE15 9HP

Our vision is “We bring people and churches together to transform lives and communities through Church Planting Initiatives”

Data Protection

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018. This gives individuals further rights and protection in how their personal information is collected and processed. CPI has taken advice to ensure we have the necessary procedures in place.

Those who have previously shown an interest regarding CPI activities may receive some of the following information. This list is not intended to be exhaustive, but gives an indication of potential contact:

  • eNews (currently via Mailchimp).
  • Information about local activities that may be of genuine interest to you (via email or letter).
  • The Hub mini-magazine delivered by post twice a year.
  • Donors may also receive additional printed material e.g. annual report
  • Letters of thanks for donations.

To fulfil this, CPI may have a record of your name, address, email or telephone number(s), if you have given these to us. These details are kept securely at the CPI office. Please be assured of our commitment to keeping your details secure, and not to use your personal information for any other reason without your permission. There is nothing you need to do if you wish to continue receiving information from Grosvenor.

We do not wish to lose contact with you, but if you do not wish to continue receiving information from us, or would like to change the way we communicate with you, please contact us via info@cpi-uk.org or 07899 670924, or unsubscribe via Mailchimp. If you have any questions about the holding of your personal information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We will always be completely open and transparent with you in relation to how we use the personal details that you have entrusted to us.

We thank you for your continued prayers and support that helps ‘bring people and churches together to transform lives and communities through Church Planting Initiatives’ across the UK.

Privacy and Cookies

To fulfil CPI’s aims as a charity we process “personal data” and/or “Special category data” (as defined in UK data protection legislation) as part of the services, in line with our charitable legitimate interests and/or our own administration. Data are held securely for as long as they remain pertinent to the purpose for which they were collected and/or if there is a statutory retention period. Once no longer required, all data are destroyed by secure means.

Data may be shared with third party organisations as part of the provision of the services, in the legitimate interests of CPI, for administrative purposes and/or if we are required to do so by UK law. We cannot accept liability for the processing by any third party conducted outside our remit.

In accordance with legislation we have completed a cookie audit on our website. We use these internet files to make our website work and also connect to social media sites. We cannot accept any liability for any processing by such websites.

None of the above affects your rights under the legislation, in particular, your right to access the data we hold on you. If you wish to request a copy of your data, please submit it in writing/email to the Charity. Please include enough information to enable us to identify you and search for appropriate data.

If you are dissatisfied with this policy, have queries about our data protection procedures or wish to lodge a complaint, please contact the charity in the first instance. Thereafter you have the right to submit a complaint to the Supervisory Authority, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO):

The Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF