GDPR - Keeping your data safe | Youth Cancer Trust

The Youth Cancer Trust aims to adhere to the six data protection principles contained in the GDPR:

Lawfulness, fairness and transparency
Purpose limitations
Data minimisation
Storage limitations
Integrity and confidentiality

All information collected by the Youth Cancer Trust on its beneficiaries, third party companies and supporters is kept in accordance with the charity policies, including:

  • Safeguarding personal data online policy
  • Confidentiality policy
  • Computer policy

All personal information is retained only if required for the charity to provide its services effectively and in accordance with the person’s wishes and only if they have opted in.

Email marketing is sent via Mailchimp and receivers have the option to unsubscribe at any point.

If you would like a copy of Youth Cancer Trust policies, please contact the admin office.

Other policies held and adhered to by the Youth Cancer Trust:

Anti bullying policy

Complaints policy and procedure

Computer policy

Confidentiality policy

Conflict of interest policy

Disclosure of abuse policy

EO policy

Financial controls policy

Health and safety policy

Lone worker policy

Reserves policy

Safeguarding Adults policy

Safeguarding children policy

Safeguarding personal data online policy

Social media policy

Volunteering policy

Whistle Blowing policy

Working from home policy


If you wish to opt out of being contacted by the Youth Cancer Trust and wish to be removed from our database, please contact the admin office.