When The Pyjama Foundation collects Personal Information, the primary purpose for collecting it will be made clear at the time of collection. Staff members will be able to assist an individual who requires more information.
The Pyjama Foundation may also use an individual’s Personal Information for secondary purposes directly related to the primary purpose. The Pyjama Foundation’s secondary purposes include fundraising activities, research and reporting.
Any messages sent on behalf of The Pyjama Foundation will:
- Identify The Pyjama Foundation as the sender
- Contain The Pyjama Foundation’s contact details
- Make it easy to unsubscribe by clicking on the unsubscribe link or contacting us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to, The Pyjama Foundation, PO Box 32, Lutwyche, Queensland, Australia 4030.
The Pyjama Foundation may seek to collect Personal Information which includes sensitive information, including health information.
The Pyjama Foundation also uses data to conduct research and is committed to building and maintaining a culture of responsible research. As such, The Pyjama Foundation makes sure any data used for research purposes is used responsibly, ethically and with the highest standards of integrity.
The Pyjama Foundation treats those who provide data for research with respect and considers the needs of vulnerable people such as those with a disability, or children, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, so that everyone has the opportunity to participate, or withhold information if they do not want to be included in a research project.
The Pyjama Foundation always aims to report the outcomes of research back to those involved by disseminating research findings responsibly, accurately and broadly.
Where possible, The Pyjama Foundation supports collaboration and partnerships with researchers, institutions, and industry where the research is appropriately managed and the findings of any research benefits The Pyjama Foundation, the non-profit sector, government and our beneficiaries.
If any collaboration is agreed with an external organisation, The Pyjama Foundation does not share private or identifiable information unless we have specific permission from those involved in the research.