Here is an introduction to our project.
Our foodbank is a project founded by local churches and community groups, working together towards stopping hunger in our local area.
To serve with compassion, motivated by Christian principles, those in need in Slough and the surrounding area by providing a listening ear, food and other essentials.
Slough Foodbank Privacy Statement
Slough Foodbank takes data security very seriously. Slough Foodbank holds the names, postal addresses and email addresses of known supporters. This supporter data is only used to send newsletters or similar communications. Under data protection regulations these communications are sent to you because we have a “legitimate interest” in keeping supporters informed.
The data is held securely in a password protected list on password protected devices, used only by the foodbank manager and admin volunteer. Supporter data is not accessible to any other people and is not used for an purpose other than sending newsletters and other similar updates. Data is never shared with any other organisation. Supporters can unsubscribe from the list at any time they wish. Slough Foodbank keeps a record of supporters who have unsubscribed, to make certain that they are not accidentally included in later communications.
Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults, Children and Young People Policy Statement
As a foodbank, we want to restore dignity and revive hope to people from all walks of life. We are concerned with individuals and their circumstances and actively encourage an inclusive environment in our work places.
We seek to ensure that all our team members are aware of what is required from them in order to comply with our children and adults with care and support needs protection policy and make sure that it is practised at all times.
It is the responsibility of each one of us to play our part in preventing the physical, sexual, spiritual, financial or emotional abuse and neglect of children and adults with care and support needs.
We commit ourselves to co-operate fully with the appropriate statutory services when they are conducting any official investigation into the abuse and neglect of children, young people and adults with care and support needs.
This statement is to be brought to the attention of all staff and volunteers when they join Slough Foodbank as part of their induction programme. Any amendments will be brought to the attention of all team members. This statement will be displayed at all locations in which the Foodbank operates and staff and volunteers will be asked to sign to say they have read it.
If you’d like to see the full statement please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org