Feed The Hungry (FTH) Australia is committed to complying with the
National Privacy Principles in the Privacy Act 1988.
FTH collects, stores and uses your personal information to provide receipts for donations collected and to inform you of upcoming appeals. FTH will not rent, exchange or sell mailing lists of our supporters to other organisations.
What information is collected and stored?
Personal information is only collected in our response forms when provided voluntarily by you through phone, mail, internet or in personal contact. Information includes postal address, contact phone numbers, email address and church affiliations. We maintain a history of your interactions with FTH for a period of 7 years.
This includes bank account and credit card details. Information is stored long-term in hard-copy-form off-site. Donations may be made anonymously. Additionally you can specify the frequency and type of correspondence received from FTH at the time of the donation.
How secure are my online donations?
Online donations are transacted by Macquarie Bank through IP Payments. To see more information about the safety and security of their service click here.
How is my information used?
Personal information is used to process your donation, and provide a receipt.
What information is sent to me?
All donors and interested parties receive a monthly “Partner Letter” which highlights upcoming projects and demonstrates how past appeals have been accomplished. All new donors are automatically placed on this mailing list unless otherwise instructed by the donor. Interested parties may opt to receive the “FTH Email Alert” which notifies interested parties about the latest news from around the world. This email alert is usually a weekly service. “FTH Email Alerts” may increase in frequency during peak periods up to a maximum of once per day.
From time to time, FTH’s website will show links to external sites. We are not responsible for their content, privacy practices or their business practices.