Privacy Policy

Second Wind Network respects the need to maintain the privacy of all information obtained

Second Wind Network will only collect and hold information that you choose to provide either in a Mission Matching profile, or Registration form for email communications. We will only use the personal information you have chosen to provide to us for the purpose for which you provided it. It will not be used for any other purpose without your express consent.

Second Wind Network will provide the information that you give us to partner organisations, including Missions Interlink who are administering the Mission Matching / Top Needs Service, only for the purpose of determining if there is a logical fit with their goals as a mission with your skills, talents and passions. Second Wind Network will not disclose any of your personally identifying information to any other third party unless you have specifically authorized such disclosure or unless such disclosure is required by law or is necessary to protect the safety of Second Wind Network’s other users, partner agency personnel, employees or property. Your information will not be used for Direct Marketing.  It is a condition of partnership, that our agency partners will not use your information for any other purposes other than stated above.

Your information will only be provided to entities outside Australia, if they are a formal Partner approved by the Second Wind Network Board.  The same conditions apply as for Australian-based partners.

You may access to view, update or delete your personal information at any time by logging in to your password protected Mission Matching profile (if applicable) or to the Email Database either from the SWN website or the relevant link in all SWN emails.

Second Wind Network does not send unsolicited emails. If you receive an unwanted email from us, you can request that we not send you any further emails by replying to the message with instructions for having your name removed from our list.

Any complaints regarding privacy should be made through the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC).



Updated 10 February 2014