We take very seriously the issue of privacy and security of all our supporters and those with whom we communicate by post and email.

Any personal data collected by us will be processed and handled in accordance with data protection laws of the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union as outlined by the General Data protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation.

This policy is in place to protect your rights. It is important that you understand what we will do with your data and that you are happy with this.

All references to data and information include the collection, use, storage and protection of data. This policy extends to all staff, trustees, directors, workers and volunteers of Jerusalem Channel / Exploits Ministry.

And questions regarding this privacy policy or requests for further information should be sent to the Data Protection Lead, Peter Darg at e mail: [email protected]

How we collect your data

We will collect personal information directly from you when you subscribe to our mailing list, make a donation, or make a general inquiry. In addition we may use official post office code finders to check the accuracy of an address.

Information we may collect

Personal information: title, name and surname

Contact details: address, phone numbers, email address

Basic financial information: eg bank details

Donation history

Records of your contact with us (postal and email)

How we store your information

We are committed to protecting the data you give us and maintaining security measures to ensure the protection of your data physically and digitally. All information is stored in encrypted files on password protected computers. We also use secure cloud-based storage to enable effective management of data.

Data retention

We will only use and store your personal information for as long as required with statutory regulations.

Your rights

You have the right to request in writing what information we have about you. You have the right to request your information by amended, corrected or deleted from our database (subject to any legal requirement for us to retain it). You also have the right to make a complaint to the UK Information Commissioner’s Office.


We promise to respect the information you provide us. We will not pass on your information to a third party or other organization. We will ensure this policy is adhered to by all personnel working or volunteering for us and will provide necessary training to ensure full understanding and compliance.

Changes to our policy

This policy will be reviewed regularly, whenever there are changes to the law or our operating procedure. Should we make any significant changes to the way we process your data we will notify you. We will not collect or store any information about children.

Website terms and conditions

We are committed to ensuring your online security when you visit our website which features Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). This is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between our web server and your browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browser remain private and integral.