Christ Church Breakfast Run

Data Protection - Confirm Personal Details

  • The Christ Church Breakfast Run comprises teams of volunteers who provide breakfast sandwiches, hot drinks and friendship every Saturday morning at Bristol Bus Station to people in some of the most desperate and vulnerable situations.

    The coordinators of the group are -
    Di Noon
    Debs Perkins
    Tim Bates

    The coordinators can be contacted at the following email address -
    admin@breakfastrun.org.uk

    As an existing volunteer and to help comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements, the coordinators need to confirm whether you are prepared to continue to receive communications from us. These communications are typically emails sent out asking for additional volunteers for a particular Saturday, but may also include details of events we are involved in (eg Bristol Sleep Out) and other Breakfast Run news and information.

    We also need to ensure that the data we hold is accurate and up to date. To allow us to continue to store and process your personal details after 25th May 2018 please complete and submit the form below.

    Note in particular that you will need to specifically opt in to the option to receive communication from us - in future the default under GDPR is that you will be opted out.

    Thank you for your support.
 

Personal Details

  • Fields marked with * above are mandatory.
  • Note that we also record dates of your participation on the Breakfast Run and whether you are an allocated leader.

    We will not share your personal details with any third party organisations, except for Christ Church Clifton who support the Breakfast Run and may contact you independently.

    By submitting this form you are granting the coordinators of the Christ Church Breakfast Run ongoing consent to store and process your personal details as shown above.

    If you would like to have your personal details removed from the online rota database please submit the form available here.
 

Verification