VABT’s general commitment to confidentiality in relation to applications for assistance
The VABT assists members of the Victorian performing arts profession on a private and confidential basis. The nature of this assistance requires the VABT to discuss matters that are personal and private to those we assist. As such, the VABT upholds the strongest commitment to confidentiality. Unless lawfully required, the VABT will never disclose matters discussed or the circumstances experienced leading to an application for assistance.
Similarly, whilst we are happy for those who receive assistance to share publicly (if they wish) that they have been supported by the VABT, it is a condition of assistance that all recipients likewise maintain confidentiality about the specific reason they needed assistance, or the specifics of the assistance provided to them.
The Victorian Actors’ Benevolent Trust (ABN 92 253 071 535) (‘VABT’, ‘us’, ‘we’, ‘our’) is committed to protecting your privacy and the information you may provide us from time to time. We collect, store and use your personal information in the course of carrying out our activities, including when we provide our services to you.
The VABT has not opted in to the Privacy Act and is not obliged to do so as a small not-for-profit organisation.
The VABT operates within the state of Victoria, Australia, and is subject to state laws regarding privacy and the making and keeping of records.