1. Why do we collect your personal information:
We collect your personal data:
– in order to be able to carry out the activities and objectives of our foundation, some of which are related to raising funds and building a community of donors, awarding grants and scholarships, etc .;
– in connection with our legal obligations and in the course of our legitimate activities as a foundation, including in orderto keep in touch with you in connection with the Foundation’s goals;
– on the basis of contractual relations between us;.
– in connection with your participation in our (organized by us) events, trainings, programs, projects, campaigns and other initiatives;
– in order to protect our and / or your legitimate interests, about which we will notify you in advance.
Except for the cases where we collect your personal data on the basis of a law, contract, or to protect our and / or your legitimate interests, we will request your explicit consent for the particular purpose.
We will also only post on our website or any other place on the Internet (or otherwise disclose) your sensitive personal data or materials containing such personal data after your explicit and specific consent.
If at a later change you change your mind you may withdraw your consent.
2. What data do we collect?
Generally, in order to achieve our legitimate purposes, we collect and process the following categories of personal data:
– the names of the individual (including the names of the physical person, representing a legal person by law, mandate or as a contact person), position in the respective company / institution, location, e-mail, telephone;
– history of donation – for our donors;
– letters / emails and other correspondence with us;
– in very limited hypotheses and in accordance with the provisions of the laws in force, our Statutes and in the course of our legitimate activities as a foundation – sensitive data such as: data on racial, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, philosophical beliefs , etc.;
– video and photo images of visitors to our events; at these events we could also gather data about the attendees via audio recordings of the events themselves;
– our site amatarfoundation.org collects cookies – cookies are information stored in your browser. They are used to save the settings and identifiers required for some of the services provided on our site. Cookies contain information that helps us improve the functionality of the site. If you do not want us to do this, you can set up your browser by restricting cookies. You should keep in mind that the site may not function normally and reliably without some of them.
Third-party cookies – Facebook, Twitter, Youtube can apply content sharing cookies on social networks or to produce statistics about access. The presence, number and status of such cookies may depend on your use of these platforms before or during your visit to the Foundation’s website. We invite you to familiarize yourself with the social networks on their respective sites‘ policy of managing these cookies.
3. How do we collect your personal information
Generally, we collect the data:
directly from you – through forms, statements you fill out, emails you send us, telephone conversations with you;
through our website, incl. when you are completing and sending a message via the contact form of our website;
through our social media and through our content sharing channels on the internet;
sometimes we also collect your data from public sources, subject to the rules for collecting personal data of these respective sources.
Data from public sources / registers are limited to:
– data to contact you
– publicly available information about the persons representing your organization.
When we contact you, we will tell you where we have your personal information from, in case we have not collected it personally from you.
We would like to point out that most of our events are public, and at most of them there is video, photo and audio recording. This is necessary because of the nature of our activity and for the fulfillment of our mission, ideals, goals and good ideas that we want to become accessible, accepted and supported by an increasing number of people. The recordings are used only for this purpose, with most of the records and materials (where your image or voice might appear) being focused on our ideal goal, not on the individual.
In spite of all the above-mentioned, if you feel that these actions would violate your privacy in a manner uncomfortable for you, please do not attend these events. You can express the support for our cause and idea in another way that you find fitting.
4. What do we use your personal information for?
In the most part we collect personal data from you which allows us to identify and establish a contact with you, including in relation with the Foundation’s goals.
We also use your personal information in order to:
create and develop successful relationships and partnerships;
provide you with advice, help, or other service that you need;
implement the functions auxiliary to our activity – accounting services, protection of our legitimate interests, etc.
We may send you information about our activities, projects, initiatives and services that you could be interested in, as this information may be part of our newsletter that you have agreed to receive or that we are sending you for another legal reason. If you do not wish to receive our newsletter in the future, you can opt-out by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, as noted at the end of each bulletin.
Your personal data is also necessary for the purposes of our legal interests as a funding organization providing grants, supporting and supporting different NGOs.
5. Who do we share your personal data with?
To stay true to our overall mission and supporting strategies, we must promote and evaluate the results of each project.
In this regard, we prefer to disclose the results of specific projects by announcing and identifying those who have won a project or supported an idea. We try, where possible, not to use personal data, but rather the names of institutions, but this is not always possible. In some cases, we need to publish a certain amount of personal data (which complies with the requirement to minimize data), and that’s mostly your two names. In order to take utmost care of your personal data, we provide the opportunity, if you do not wish to have your names published, to announce only your first name or not to have any information about you in the public domain. In order to protect other third parties (for example, other actors) and respect their rights, and to prove that our decisions are taken fairly, we grant separate access only to those who wish to exercise such access.
Also, in order to prevent potential misuse of funds, our activity is subject to internal and external auditing. This is one of the cases in which third parties may have access to your personal data. Other cases are if, for example, we use a courier to deliver a particular shipment to your address, or when we would be required by law to provide certain information to the public authorities, who are entitled to require it.
These third parties – where the law gives us the right and choice – are carefully selected, including each of our co-organizers or subcontractors who assist us in fulfilling our mission.
We do not share data beyond what is necessary and beyond what you have allowed us to do.
We take care of your data by demanding and expecting the same from our partners, whether they only process it or are data administrators themselves.
The Foundation does not require and does not collect personal data “from” and “about” children. Children under the age of 14 should not use our site and send us personal information – we can process their data only if we have obtained consent from the child’s parents or guardians.
7. How do we store your personal data and for how long?
We store your data by applying appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect it.
We store the data for strictly limited terms, which allows us to protect both your interests and our interests. For partners and organizations with whom we work together on a project, program, event or for organizations we support, we store the data for the term needed for our, your protection, and for the protection of those who have entrusted us.
In cases where specific time limits are provided, we store your personal data for the time limits specified in the applicable laws, depending on the purpose for which it was collected.
In the absence of such a legal term, we retain your personal data for a reasonable period of time determined on the basis of additional criteria. The criteria are in line with the Foundation’s objectives and goals, aiming to ensure the normal development of our relationships and the storage of your personal data requiring minimal action on your part in re-provisioning the data.
When the personal data we collect is no longer necessary for the purposes mentioned, we delete or destroy it in another appropriate manner.
8. Your rights
– Access to your personal information
– Right to correction
Beyond the above-mentioned rights, you have the right to request:
– to have your personal information deleted;
– limiting the processing of your personal information for a certain period of time;
– not to have your data processed altogether ;
– portability of data
The listed rights depend on the particular reason why we process your personal data.
We strive to always satisfy your requests when these requests are admissible and reasonable, and to provide you with a response within the statutory timeframe.
In some cases, we are legally obliged to store your personal data. In such cases, it will not be possible to delete your personal data from our systems at your request.
You also have the right to file a complaint with the Bulgarian Commission for Personal Data Protection.
9. Links to Other Web Sites
From time to time, this Site may contain links to other web sites. If you use these links, you will leave this Site. The privacy policies of such other web sites govern the information collection and dissemination practices occurring on such web sites. We encourage you to read and understand those web sites’ policies prior to using those web sites. Neither Amatar Foundation nor its affiliates are responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such web sites.
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