Your personal data at De Regenboog.

Your personal data belongs to you

persoonsgegevens zijn van jou

Your personal data is private. But you need to share it regularly. For example, when you use an app, go to the doctor or buy a concert ticket. De Regenboog also asks you to share your personal data. For example, if you want to work as a volunteer, donate money or ask for help. We need that personal data in order to provide you with our services or products.

Which personal data does De Regenboog use?

We use your data to help you. But we only ask you for data that we really need. That usually involves the following data:

  • Name
  • Gender
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • E-mail address
  • Age

Sometimes we need to know more about you so that we can help you properly. For example:

  • your bank account number if you have purchased something
  • your motivation if you register as a volunteer or participant
  • your BSN (citizen service number).

If you ask for help or if you are a volunteer, we also draw up reports of conversations with you. Those reports also contain personal details.

What do we use personal data for?

Waarvoor gebruiken we persoonsgegevens

You contacted De Regenboog. For example, you wanted to become a volunteer or you asked for help. Or you donated money to us or bought something from us. We only use your data for the purpose for which you gave it to us. We don’t use it for anything else.

We want you to get the support you need. We may offer you something new to help you solve your problem. If, for example, you’re looking for a friend because you feel lonely, we may send you an invitation for a sightseeing boat tour. 

Passing on data to others

Gegevens doorgeven aan anderen

Everything you tell us remains confidential. This is important, because you need to feel safe when you share sensitive and personal information with us. We want you to be able to speak freely to us about such things as your addiction, sexual orientation, financial situation or (psychological) health.

But there are a number of strict laws and regulations that we also have to comply with. If we have clear evidence of violence or (sexual) abuse, we must report that. And we always do that.

If you are taking part in an interview or photo session, we make agreements with you in advance. 

Data that we can learn from

Gegevens waar we van lerenSometimes De Regenboog takes part in a research study. In those cases, we use only anonymous data. And we make sure it is impossible to identify the person(s) in question.

How do we store your data?

Hoe bewaren we jouw gegevens?We store your data carefully. There are official laws and regulations for this, which we always comply with. 

Do you want to know which data we have about you?

Wil je weten welke gegevens we van je hebben?You are free to view the data that we have about you. If you send us an e-mail, we will show you what we have stored or written about you. If you wish, you can add data to your file and sometimes you can ask to have all your data deleted. Do you want that? Then send an email to

Like to find out more about privacy and personal data?

Our privacy rules include information about the collection, storage and use of personal data at De Regenboog Groep. Click the button below to display our privacy rules.



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