Our policies

Privacy Policy

Amaze respects the privacy of all people, including our employees, volunteers, clients/beneficiaries, donors, business partners and online users. We are committed to safeguarding the personal information that is provided to us. Our Privacy Policy explains our general information handling practices, including information about how we collect, use, disclose and store your personal information.

The purpose of this privacy policy is to:

    • clearly communicate the personal information handling practices of Amaze
    • enhance the transparency of Amaze operations
    • give individuals a better and more complete understanding of the kinds of personal information that Amaze holds, and the way we handle that information.

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Whistleblower Policy  

Amaze recognises that a transparent whistleblowing policy is essential to good risk management and corporate governance. As such, the Whistleblower Policy has been put in place to ensure any concerns raised regarding any serious misconduct or improper state of affairs, or circumstances in relation to Amaze’s business, are dealt with effectively, securely, and appropriately.

Amaze encourages the reporting of any instances of suspected unethical, illegal, corrupt, fraudulent, or undesirable conduct involving the organisation’s business and provides protections and measures to individuals who make a disclosure in relation to such conduct without fear of victimisation or reprisal.

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Modern Slavery Policy

Amaze supports the United Nations Global Compact principles and strongly opposes human rights violations, including slavery and human trafficking. We are committed to high ethical standards in all aspects of our organisation, and endeavour to work with suppliers that follow these same high standards. We ensure that employees, suppliers, clients, partners, and other stakeholders know our commitments.

Modern Slavery is a crime and violation of human rights. The purpose of this Policy is to:

    • prevent, detect, and respond with mitigating controls to the risk of Modern Slavery occurring within Amaze Incorporated, with its suppliers or in any other stakeholders
    • demonstrate Amaze’s commitment to only doing business with those who fully comply with
      the Act; and
    • ensure compliance with the Act (as may be amended from time to time).

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 Donation Acceptance & Refusal Policy

The purpose of the Donation Acceptance & Refusal policy is to enable transparent, considered, and consistent decision-making regarding the acceptance, refusal, and return of donations and gifts, and to provide assurance to potential supporters of the organisations professionalism and integrity.

We use donations, gift in wills (bequests), philanthropic grants and sponsorships to support our work in furthering our direct service delivery, policy and advocacy work, monitoring and evaluation, administration, staff positions, and community engagement.

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Child Safety Policy

Amaze is committed to the safety, wellbeing and best interests of children and young people. Amaze requires all employees to uphold these commitments.

The purpose of the Child Safety policy is to ensure that all employees by Amaze have an awareness of child safety and report appropriately where they may reasonably suspect a child may be at risk of abuse, sexual assault, or neglect. Amaze has a legal obligation to comply with the seven Child Safe Standards. The Amaze Child Safe Policy and the Amaze Child Safe Culture and Reporting Procedure provide a framework for meeting those standards.

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