Data protection policy

Personal Data

When you browse our website, sign up to our newsletter, file documentation requests, make a donation, become a sponsor, or reply to an ad or a post, you are required to provide personal information to us. All fields marked with an asterisk (*) are mandatory. Certain information is transmitted automatically by your browser when you visit the website. The links and topics you click on the newsletter are logged and linked to your personal data.

Use of Personal Data

The data collected when you browse our site may be used for the following purposes:
• To accept and process your donations
• To issue donation receipts
• To provide you with information about our programmes and fundraisers
• To conduct surveys and get your opinions
• To analyse trends and statistical data
• To share information with our partners

Data Storage

We retain personal information only for so long as is necessary to fulfil the purpose for which it was collected.

Sharing Personal Data

Under no circumstances will your information be transmitted to a third party for any commercial purpose.
Your information is handled internally by the pertinent departments, or transmitted to a trusted service provider with whom we work (for example, a printer). In a case such as this, we will only share the necessary information for the specified purpose (for example, your name and address).

Your Rights

You may exercise at any time your rights of access, rectification (including communications sent by mail), restriction of processing, data portability, and deletion of your data by contacting Gaëlle Cuillerot at 022 798 88 86 or


It is our responsibility to protect your data. We take all reasonable and appropriate security measures to secure the confidentiality of your personal information and to protect it from loss, misuse, alteration, destruction and unauthorized access by third parties
The service providers with whom we work will also implement organisational and technical safeguards to protect the security and confidentiality of your data.


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We use cookies to improve your experience on the site and to offer content based on your interests. For example, they allow us to know:
• your most recent term search on our website
• your display preferences
• your browsing history on our website, which prevents us from asking you to complete the same form or petition once you have already signed it.

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