The Information Commissioners Office here. (The ICO)
GDPR homepage is here. (on the ICO website)
The ICO have issued a “12 steps to take now” guide which is worth starting with.
There is an infographic version of this here.
One of the most useful resource roundups has been produced by NCVO on the Knowhownonprofit website. Get to it here. Worth working through all these resources.
Particularly useful is the Self-Assessment tool to see how you are progressing.
The Fundraising Code of Practice applies to any organisation undertaking fundraising activities and it will be fully updated on 25th May 2018 to comply with GDPR. Find out about the new version of the Code here.
There is a Advice Line from the ICO for small businesses (including charities). Details about this here.
A useful quick guide to GDPR has been published by NAVCA. Whilst targeted at Infrastructure organisations this is still very general and useful. Get it here.
If you’ve got the funds to pay for it, then the new GDPR Portal from the Small Charities Coalition is a useful way of getting support for you during the GDPR compliance process. Costs from £200-600 for the tool and support. Find out more here.
The full and complete details of the EU GDPR legislation are available in all their glory here along with every clause and recital. Not for the faint-hearted.