The MY Trust is committed to protecting your privacy when you use our services. Our organisational Privacy Notice, can be found on our website, but these points are specific to affiliated members of the Young Kent service provided by MY Trust. This policy deals with personally identifiable information that may be collected by MY Trust.

The lawful basis for processing this information under GDPR has been identified as: 6 (1) (a) You the data subject has given consent to the processing of your data for this purpose.

All the information we collect about a member as part of their affiliation is used to operate and improve the service we offer.

The MY Trust will use this information to help us to give you the best support as possible during your affiliation. As part of our membership with UK Youth we will share your club name and postcode, this is because as Young Kent Affiliated Members you will automatically become affiliate members of UK Youth and be entitled to the same benefits as UK Youth members. This also enables UK Youth to refer corporates and potential funders to the right areas, and allows them to work with an accurate directory of youth groups across the country.

The MY Trust will store this information about you for the time you are affiliated and for one year after your affiliation expires.

This information may be collected electronically or on paper but will be input onto our secure MY Trust database within a week of receiving. All paper and electronic documents will then be destroyed, so everything is kept securely in one place. The information that is shared with UK Youth is shared securely through GDPR compliant systems.

MY Trust will never share personal data with any other third party for any purpose other than what you as a member has already consented too.

If you have any questions or would like more information about the data we hold about you please tell your adviser, email [email protected] or send a Facebook message to Helen MYT Data.

To download a copy of this privacy notice click here