Tuesday 16 September 2008 09:30am – 12:30pm
The Data Protection Dilemma: Inform the Prospect or Blow the Relationship?
How to address the face-to-face issues of data protection with major donors and other data control issues for charities
Lawrence Simanowitz – Bates, Wells & Braithwaite
Martin Kaufman – Museum of London
• A Fundraiser’s perspective: the dilemmas of data protection and their impact upon seeking mid-level and major gifts on a face-to-face basis.
• Dealing with ‘family’ and ‘non-family’ prospects: what are the rules governing your first approach to a potential donor?
• The “Do’s and Don’ts” of Data Protection for charities – how to capture, share and utilise data effectively without breaking the law. What constitutes sensitive or non-sensitive data, and how must they be handled differently?
• Databases – are you making the best use of them? Can you share yours? How can you use the databases and donor lists of others?
• Cross-border issues: How can you transfer information safely and legally across national jurisdictions? What are the implications when seeking new donors in Europe, North America and beyond?
To attend EAPG’s London Seminar
‘The Data Protection Dilemma’
please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Payments by credit card, or cheque payable to
‘European Association for Planned Giving’
Payment is due on or before the date of the seminar.
(20% discount for two or more participants from the same organisation)
EAPG Members (£95) Non-Members (£125)
Host & Venue: London Business School, Sussex Place, Regent’s Park, London, W1 4SA
EAPG is registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales (charity # 1089157)
Cancellation/Substitutions: If cancellation is received at least 10 days prior to seminar a full refund of seminar fee will be made.
No refund if notice received less than 10 days before the seminar. Substitutions allowed at any time without charge.