Privacy

Personal information submitted on the volunteering application form will only be kept on record for the purpose of administration of the project you wish to participate in. After the end of your participation, your information will be archived. We may use your contact information to contact you in the future, but we will not share your information with any third parties.

To further guarantee the safety of your personal information, all forms and pages containing personal information are only transmitted through the encrypted https protocol.

Cookies

This website uses cookies to enable the functionality of the volunteer application forms and the personal volunteer accounts. Website usage data are used anonymously to help is improve our website, correct errors,

The European Union requires that websites inform visitors about the use of cookies and receive direct or indirect permission. By using this website, you implicitly accept the use of cookies to allow some pages that include forms or your login information to operate.

Cookies are a set of small pieces of information that are stored on your computer for future use. Simple data can contain information such as a colour or language preference. More complicated systems can store a key identification code, which can be used in future visits to a web site for usage tracking. A web site does not have any way to identify you personally. However, occurrences are known when different web sites have cross-referenced their user data to identify individuals, primarily for the purpose of targeted marketing but in rare cases for intrusive practices or fraud. European Union requirements were put in place to protect individuals and to raise awareness about the use of cookies.

Most web browsers allow you to view all stored cookies. They also allow you to control the storage of cookies, delete all your cookies or to delete cookies associated to specific websites.


The following section lists all cookies used by our web site.

csrftoken ()
The csrf protection cookie is a random string of letters and numbers that your browser is asked to include in any form it submits to our website when it proceeds to the next page. It helps our forms processing system protect you from cross site request forgery, a type of man-in-the-middle attack which can be caused by malware in your browser and route your information somewhere else when you think it's coming to our website. Although there are no critical information stored on our own website (any payments are done at paypal's website directly to ensure your online safety), such exploits can still be annoying and we do our best to prevent them. If you disable this cookie, you will not be able to submit any forms on our website. No other functionality is affected by this cookie.
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The http protocol makes every page you visit an independent connection between your browser and the web site you are visiting. To help web servers know when the same user is visiting a page without recording personal information, most servers store this cookie on your browser and compare it with a record of previous visits. This is useful when you are visiting a website with personalized functionality, and it also helps website administrators know what paths users follow when they are visiting a website. For example, if all visitors do not return after visiting a specific page, there may be something wrong with the server or with that page. If you disable this cookie, you will be able to visit our web site and submit forms, but you will not be able to see the result, as our server won't know it is still you and will not present the information you submitted to an unknown visitor.
Our website forms and personal information are only transmitted through the encrypted https protocol to further guarantee the safety of your personal information.