Save the Children values your privacy and is committed to protecting any information that you supply us. Information that you give us will be held by Save the Children New Zealand and used to communicate with you about our work.
Your privacy online is of the utmost importance to the Save the Children New Zealand
This privacy statement describes Save the Children NZ's policy concerning the gathering and sharing of visitors’ information through the Save the Children New Zealand web site. By visiting the Save the Children New Zealand website you are accepting the practices described in this policy.
What information does Save the Children New Zealand collect?
In general, you can browse the Save the Children New Zealand site without telling us who you are or revealing any personal information about yourself.
In common with other websites, log files are stored on the web server saving details such as the visitor's IP address, browser type, referring page and time of visit. Cookies may be used to remember visitor preferences when interacting with the website. Where registration is required, the visitor's email and a username will be stored on the server.
Collection of personally identifiable information
If you register for a newsletter, log on to certain Save the Children sites, order a book or other merchandise, request information, provide feedback, apply for a job, join a discussion group or join an electronic mailing list, you will be asked to provide personal information such as your name, postal address and e-mail address. This information is collected only with your knowledge and permission, and is kept in Save the Children New Zealand databases. If you are purchasing something on the web, you may be asked to provide your credit card details.
What does Save the Children New Zealand do with the information it collects?
Normal web usage
The information is used to enhance the vistor's experience when using the website to display personalised content and possibly advertising. E-mail addresses will not be sold, rented or leased to 3rd parties. E-mail may be sent to inform you of news of our services or offers by us or our affiliates. It is not connected with any personal information. However, if you have registered with Save the Children New Zealand in connection with any activity on the Save the Children New Zealand site, the information we collect about your normal web usage will be identifiable to you.
Personally identifiable information
Save the Children New Zealand may use the personal information you provide to:
- Contact you – either in response to a query or suggestion, or to mail newsletters, documents, publications, etc. to you
- Manage and process your job application;
- Confirm your purchases and registrations on the site;
- Obtain payment for purchases through the site (via credit card);
- Undertake statistical analysis.
Storage and security
Save the Children takes all reasonable steps to ensure the security of all information that we hold about you, and to keep this information accurate and up to date. We meet industry standards and use a range of methods to keep your information as safe as possible.
What if I don’t want to provide personal information?
Providing personal information on the Save the Children New Zealand web site is optional. If you choose not to provide personal information, you can still browse and use the Save the Children New Zealand site, but you will not be able to carry out certain actions such as purchasing items, registering for a newsletter, or applying for a job.
However, Save the Children New Zealand assumes no responsibility for the security of information.
Links to other sites
While visiting the Save the Children New Zealand website, you may leave our site and access certain non-SCNZ websites. Save the Children New Zealand neither reviews nor controls the content and accuracy of these websites, and accordingly will not be responsible for their content and accuracy.
Direct Debit Agreement
Specific conditions relating to notices and disputes:
You may ask your bank to reverse a direct debit up to 120 calendar days after the debit if:
- You don’t receive a written notice of the amount and date of each direct debit from the initiator, or
- You receive a written notice but the amount or the date of debiting is different from the amount or the date specified on the notice.
The initiator is required to give a written notice of the amount and date of each direct debit in a series of direct debits no less than 10 calendar days before the date of the first direct debit in the series. The notice is to include the dates of the debits, and the amount of each direct debit. If the initiator proposes to change an amount or date of a direct debit specified in the notice, the initiator is required to give you notice no less than 30 calendar days before the change.
For customer-initiated direct debits, the initiator may only send a direct debit if you have asked the initiator to send it, and agreed the amount of the direct debit. The initiator is required to give you a written notice of the amount and date of each direct debit no less than the date of the debit.
You may ask your bank to reverse a direct debit up to 9 months after the date the initiator sent the first direct debit under the authority if you are not reasonably satisfied that the authority authorised your bank to debit your account with the amount of the direct debit.
If the bank dishonours a direct debit but the initiator sends the direct debit again within 5 business days of the dishonour, the initiator is not required to give you a second notice of the amount and date of the direct debit..
Terms and conditions
By accessing the pages in this site, you agree to these terms and conditions. If you do not agree, you should not use this site. These terms and conditions may be changed or updated from time to time.