Impact Monitoring 2024
First published 2nd February 2024
We are collecting impact data from our grant recipients. We are following the NPC framework for impact monitoring in charities and seek to understand users, engagement, feedback, outcomes and impact.
We will use the data collected in this survey to better understand the impact of our grants. The data collected will be used to inform the development of future grant schemes, provide feedback to donors, and hopefully increase future donations. All responses with be anonymised. If you choose to, LDF may get in touch for further comment about your grant-funded project.
LDF is the data controller for the personal data collected in this survey.
Only authorised staff in LDF will have access to personal information collected and they are obliged to respect its confidentiality.
We do not sell, rent, or exchange any personal information supplied by you to any third party and no information is used for direct marketing or other non-research activities.
UK General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) defines personal data as information which can be used to identify individuals or indirectly identify individuals in combination with other information. We are committed to protecting your personal information and respecting your privacy. When designing and executing this survey research, it is our policy to take all necessary steps to ensure that the personal information you provide is processed fairly and lawfully.
In obtaining your cooperation to participate in the survey, we will not mislead you in any way about the nature of the research we are conducting, the way in which the data is collected and the use that will be made of the survey results.
On completing this survey, you will be asked if you would like to submit your email address or phone number for further comment. This will only be used for research purposes and will be stored separately from your survey responses to ensure your anonymity.
Using your data
The legal basis for processing your data comes under Article 6 of the UK General Data Protection Regulation1:
6(1)(e) processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller.
The task undertaken by this research is to gather information from grant beneficiaries to improve future work and secure future funding.
Keeping data secure
By law, data subjects have Information Rights. Please note, we will be unable to link data to individuals who do not supply their email address. Subject to some legal exceptions, your rights as data subjects are:
- The right to get copies of information you provide.
- The right to ask for any information held about you that you think is inaccurate, to be corrected.
- The right to limit how the information is used – you have the right to ask for any of the information held about you to be restricted, for example, if you think inaccurate information is being used.
- The right to object to the information being used – you can ask for any information held about you to not be used.
- The right to get information deleted.
If you have any questions about your information rights, please contact [email protected]
1General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Intersoft Consulting. Available via: https://gdpr-info.eu/art-6-gdpr/