This is the website of St. Francis Hospice Dublin (SFHD), Hospice Virtual Flower Garden (‘we’, ‘us, ‘our’).
This policy governs the online processing activities of this website. For offline processing of personal data, please request a copy of our data protection policy from us (see contact details below).
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Who we are
We are St. Francis Hospice Dublin, with centres in both Raheny & Blanchardstown. The Hospice Virtual Flower Garden is a fundraising initiative from St Francis Hospice. This initiative works in the following way:
- Allowing the public to purchase a flower for patients at St. Francis Hospice.
- Through purchasing a flower it helps St. Francis Hospice grow it’s services for patients and families.
Data Controller Contact Details
St. Francis Hospice Dublin is the controller of the personal data it processes. You can contact us in a number of ways, which are set out on the contact us page of our website at https://hospicevirtualflowergarden.com/contact/
These cookies are set by our analytics providers and allow us to record certain information about you, such as the pages you visit on our website, how many times you visit our website, and links you might click on. These cookies may also capture your geographical location; your IP address; what type of device you are using and various information about the device. This information can be used to create a unique fingerprint to help further identify you on other websites you might visit and can be used to create a profile of your online activities and interests.
If you have any questions about this policy, our practices relating to the website or your dealing with the website you can contact us at St Francis Hospice, email@example.com.
We take our responsibility to protect your data seriously and will not collect any personal information about you on this website without your clear knowledge and permission. Any personal information which you volunteer to us will be treated strictly in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Acts 1988-2018. Where data is submitted it will be used for the stated purpose and any reasonably incidental purposes only.
We do not sell or distribute your personal information to third parties for purposes of allowing them to market products and services to you.
Communicating via the internet and sending information to you by other means necessarily may involve your personal information passing through or being handled by third-parties.
The information we collect
- You have an opportunity to send us information via this website, such as through the “contact us” pages or any other area where you may send e-mails, request brochures/proposals or provide feedback. You may also choose to provide us with personal data (e.g. name, e-mail, postal address or other contact details) in an e-mail message to the address listed on our site. In these instances, we collect name, email, phone number and message content. We use these details solely for the purpose for which you provided them.
The purpose of collecting information
- Website functionality – We analyse website users’ pattern of use to help us to improve, administer and diagnose problems with our server and website
- Complaint handling – we may use the data you provide to us via our contact form or email address.
- Responding to your query – you may provide us with personal data through our contact form or email address while seeking information about our products/services.
Legal basis for processing
We process your personal data based on the following lawful basis:
- Consent: We will only process your personal data for marketing purposes with your consent. For processing activities for which we rely on consent as a basis for processing, you have the right to withdraw that consent at any time.
- Legitimate interest: We will only process your data under this legal basis in such a way that you would expect us to based on our relationship with you, e.g. to monitor and improve our service. Where we rely on legitimate interest you have the right to object. We will always balance your rights and expectations to ensure the processing is fair.
Under data protection law, data subjects have certain rights. Subject to certain restrictions, which are set out below, you can exercise these rights in relation to your personal data we process.
- The right to be informed about the processing of your personal data
- The right to access your personal data
- The right to rectification of your personal data
- The right to erasure of your personal data
- The right to data portability
- The right to object to processing of your personal data
- The right to restrict processing of your personal data
- Rights in relation to automated decision making, including profiling.
- You have the right to complain to the Irish Data Protection Commission (www.dataprotection.ie ) and to seek compensation through the court
We reserve the right to request you to provide additional information in order to enable us to identify your personal data and/or to verify your identity.
Restriction of data subject rights in certain circumstances
Article 23 of the GDPR allows for data subject rights to be restricted in certain circumstances. In addition, the 2018 Act contains certain provisions dealing with the restriction of rights of data subjects, in particular Sections 60 and 61, which give further effect to the provisions of Article 23. Further information can be found here.
Who we share your information with
We do not share your information with third parties other than those set out in this policy. We may share your information in the following circumstances:
- Service Transfer: Where some or all of our organisation and/or its assets may potentially be or have been acquired, we may need to transfer your personal information to the new or prospective owners.
- Other: We will share your information with a third party other than a service provider where you have given your consent for us to do so.
Where we store personal information
We generally store personal information on servers located inside the European Economic Area. However, in certain cases it may be necessary for us to transfer certain information to servers located outside of the EU. It is important to be aware that the privacy protections in certain jurisdictions may not be equivalent to those in Europe but we will only transfer your information outside the EEA where permitted by law and ensuring that it is subject to appropriate protections.
St Francis Hospice Virtual Flower Gardenretains personal data for a range of periods as set out in our Retention and Disposal of Data Information Policy.
We take our security responsibilities seriously, employing the most appropriate physical and technical measures. We review our security policy regularly.
Governing Law and Jurisdiction
This legal policy and all issues regarding this website are governed exclusively by Irish law and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish courts.
If you have any questions about this policy, our practices relating to the website or your dealing with the website you can contact us at DataProtection@sfh.ie.
Changes to this policy