The Burger Centre is a non-profit organisation and a subsidiary of JewishCare NSW which are both bound by, and committed to compliance with the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) of the Privacy Act 1988 as amended in December 2001.
Protecting your privacy and the confidentiality of your personal information is important to us and is fundamental to the way we conduct business.
The Burger Centre takes all reasonable steps to ensure that your personal information is treated confidentially and used only for the purpose for which it is intended.
We collect personal information about you because of, and in connection with, our relationship and interactions with you.
What Personal Information The Burger Centre May Collect
Collection of personal and sensitive data is restricted to that which is essential to our work and relationship with you. The Burger Centre collects and retains personal information about clients, volunteers, supporters, and staff.
Sensitive data includes information about a person’s race, gender diversity, sexual orientation, disability, ethnic origin, heath, religious or beliefs and criminal history. We will only collect and use sensitive information with your consent, in accordance with applicable laws or in a de-identified aggregated manner.
How The Burger Centre collects personal information
The Burger Centre may collect personal information when you contact us for help or when you offer support as a member, or volunteer.
Why The Burger Centre collects personal information
The Burger Centre collects personal information for the purpose of carrying out our work of providing a wide range of services to the community. The Burger Centre has a secondary purpose to seek support from past or future supporters, members and volunteers through bequests and fundraising for specific projects, programs or appeals.
Should there be occasion where there is a change of purpose in the collection or use of personal information, your consent will be sought.
With whom we share your information
Information may be shared between appropriate staff members for them to carry out their jobs. Limited information, on a ‘need-to-know’ basis, is provided to employees and volunteers of The Burger Centre to provide a service on behalf of The Burger Centre.
The Burger Centre is a beneficiary of the Jewish Communal Appeal (JCA) and may, from time to time, provide JCA with information on donation details.
Disclosure of Personal Information
It has been The Burger Centre’s practice to print names of supporters, unless instructed otherwise. In its Annual Report The Burger Centre will disclose personal information when it is required by law, or when it is necessary to ensure appropriate care or treatment is provided. The disclosure is limited to the extent reasonable and necessary for the purpose that it is required.
The Burger Centre takes all possible steps to ensure that all personal information is accurate. If you have identified that the information, we hold about you is incorrect or out-of-date, please contact us immediately at admin@Burger Centre.com.au or call 1300 133 660.
All personal information is under strict security and is only accessible to authorised personnel. All data is protected by a series of security safeguards against unauthorised access, loss, destruction, use, modification, or disclosure.
The Burger Centre acknowledges the right of an individual to have access to their personal information and to have requested information communicated to them. If a request is denied, you can challenge such denial and if a challenge is successful the data will be erased or amended.
Supporters can choose not to receive information relating to marketing. You may elect to be removed from the database and your details will be removed immediately. However, appropriate records will be retained for the legally required period. Please note that if you opt out of all our communication services, we will not be able to keep you up to date with important information about our services.
If you have a concern or a complaint in relation to our collection, use or disclosure of your personal information, you should contact us (on the above contact details) with that concern or complaint. We will endeavour to resolve any concern or complaint expeditiously in consultation with you. If you are unhappy with our resolution of your concern or complaint, or we were unable to resolve it within 30 days, you may lodge your concern or complaint with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC). You can find additional information about the OAIC on their website at www.oaic.gov.au.