CBM Australia holds personal information in order to engage and raise awareness with the public. CBM Australia uses personal information primarily to:
- Provide supporters with a quality experience;
- Communicate with supporters;
- Process donations;
- Record non-financial support/contributions;
- Enable security checks;
- Analyse our effectiveness, including through surveys and market research; and
- Recruit and relate to workplace participants, partners and contractors
Where personal data is used to communicate by post, email or phone, CBM Australia will maintain awareness of the opportunity to opt-out of receiving such communications. Contact with a prospective supporter will include information on how to opt out. Information is also provided to existing supporters as to how to change frequency of communications/updates received from CBM Australia.
If a person does not opt-out, CBM Australia will assume their implied consent to receiving further communications.
Occasionally, CBM Australia works with overseas suppliers to reduce overhead costs. This can include activities such as printing, data analysis and digital communications. Where such activities require disclosure of personal information, CBM Australia takes all reasonable steps to safeguard that personal information in compliance with Australian law.