Charity fears donations will be hit by GDPR. But what about the essential flow of information? Can we help?

TAC Bulletin 80From TFN: The Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity has said the new legislation* means it could lose up to two thirds of its supporters.


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* The GDPR legislation came into force on Friday (25 May), and aims to give people more control over their personal data.

Under the new rules people must give consent for organisations to hold their information, and the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity has said it is worried it may see a drop in donations – despite working over the last 18 months to ensure it is prepared for GDPR.

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