When you make a donation to The Kauri Museum, buy from us, attend an activity or event, or otherwise enter into a business or professional relationship with us, we respect your privacy. We do not sell, trade or share this information with anyone outside this organisation without your permission.
The information you provide is used for the purpose for which it was collected from you, to give effect to the relationship into which you have entered, and/or the provision of the services that we have agreed to provide.
When you visit this website, we collect information that does not identify individuals, but provides us with feedback about which pages are visited, how often the site is visited and other disclosed information. The aggregated statistical information of this type may be disclosed to third parties in the interest of making the site more efficient and effective, but this will never include information which identifies individuals.
Changes to your personal information
If you are a member of Friends of the Museum, you may request a copy of the personal information that we hold about you at any time. If you wish to change this information, please advise the Friends of the Museum Membership Secretary by telephone, fax or email about the necessary changes.
Publication of email addresses on this site should not be taken as deemed consent to receiving unsolicited email. Persons or organisations wishing to send email material to individuals or organisations whose email addresses appear on this website must comply with the requirements of the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007 (Department of Internal Affairs’ website).
When you buy from The Kauri Museum Online Store, or otherwise enter into a business or professional relationship with The Kauri Museum we respect your privacy. We do not sell, trade or share this information with anyone outside The Kauri Museum without your permission.
We do not otherwise hold or store personal information about our customers for longer than is required to fulfil your order, any obligations that may arise from that transaction, or may be expected under New Zealand law.