GDPR Policy

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR 2018) came into force in May 2018, it is an EU Directive, put in place to protect information and data relating to individuals held, processed, shared and stored by organisations across Europe. The GDPR requires compliance alongside the current Data Protection Act (2018) and other UK statutory and legislative duties and operational guidance.

Here at Parents 4 Change, we comply with GDPR regulation and the current Data Protection Act (2018) in how we collect and safely store the personal details of all members, steering group, parent reps, volunteers and staff.

We safeguard your information through our systems and processes.

We work with CONTACT, a delivery partner for the Department of Education (DfE). We share information with CONTACT as part of the Application and Monitoring Reports for the PCF Grant.

Our written Privacy Notice ensures Parents 4 Change is fully compliant with UK Laws and EU General Data Protection Regulations.

News & Events

Conference Report 2019

Conference Report
Asking Challenging Questions
From Thursday 24th October 2019
Middlesbrough Town Hall

Conference Report

Conference Report

Short Breaks and Support for Families

From Friday 5th October 2018

Southlands Centre


FREE Max Cards are now available

FREE Max Cards are now available to eligible families in Middlesbrough!

The Max Card is a discount card for fosters families and families of children with additional needs.


The official discount card for people with disabilities in the UK

Providing exclusive and market leading discounts with your favourite brands, service and entertainment providers.