The use of the electronic pages and services provided to the visitor / user, from the site, requires your unreserved agreement with the Privacy Policy of this site. Therefore, the visitor / user must carefully read the contents of this page before using the services of our website. If he does not agree, he should abandon him and NOT make any use of his services and content.

This privacy policy may change from time to time according to legislation or industry developments. We will not explicitly notify our customers or users of our site about these changes. Instead, we encourage you to occasionally review this page for any changes to this privacy policy. Continuing to use the site even after any changes to the Privacy Policy mean unconditional acceptance of the terms on your behalf.

Privacy Policy & GDPR compliance

Prince’s Trust International Programme in Greece is committed to protecting the personal data that we collect and process about you. We aim to be clear and transparent and not do anything you wouldn’t reasonably expect. We do this by ensuring you are provided with an explanation about how we collects and processes the information you provide us with, or that we collect about you, whether online, via phone, email, in letters or in any other correspondence or from third parties.

We collect and use personal data to ensure that we can manage our relationships with our supporters, and to better understand how we can meet and exceed our supporters’ expectations. This allows us to fundraise more efficiently and effectively to ultimately help us reach our goal that every young person should have the chance to succeed.

Please read this policy carefully, along with other documents referred to in this policy, to understand how we collect, use and store your personal information.

1.     Where do we collect information from?

We collect information in the following ways:

Information you give us:

Prince’s Trust International Programme in Greece may obtain personal information from you when, for example, you complete an online form, apply to become a volunteer, take part in an event or make a donation.

Information we get from your use of our website and services:

We collect information about the services you use and how you use them, like when you visit our websites or view and interact with our social media.

2.     What information do we collect?

The types of personal information that we collect may include:

·       Your title, name, gender and date of both;

·       Your contact details (address, email, phone number and social media contact details);

·       Family and spouse/partner details, relationships to other supporters;

·       Your professional activities and employment details;

·       Current interests and activities;

·       Gift aid status and records of donations;

·       Contact preferences;

·       Information about your wealth;

·       Media articles about you;

·       Your IP address, location, browser type and information on how you interact on our website

·       Your bank  or credit card details in line with payment card industry standards;

·       Any other information provided by yourself at the request of the Programme.

Where appropriate we may also ask your interests and motivation for supporting the programme, we will never make this question mandatory, and only want to know the answer if you are comfortable providing us with that information.

In some limited circumstances, the personal information that the Programme collects may include information that is considered “sensitive data”. This may include personal information regarding health and also information concerning criminal offences. Where this information is collected we will tell you so you know why it is needed.

If you are under 16 you should ask permission of a parent or guardian before sending personal or sensitive information to anyone online.

3.     How we update your information?

We continuously review records of supporters to ensure your data is as accurate as possible and always appreciate it if you let us know if your contact details change. Where possible we use publicly available sources to keep your records up to date. It is important that we keep your personal data as up to date as possible so that we can cross reference your information with the Mail and Telephone.

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Relevant legislation

Along with our company’s internal IT systems, this website is designed to comply with the following laws / regulations regarding the protection of user’s personal data:

  • EU Data Protection Directive 1995 (DPD)
  • General Data Protection (GDPR) Regulation 2018
  • Personal information collected by this site and why we collect it

This site collects and uses personal information for the following reasons:

  • Tracking Website Traffic

Like most sites, he also uses Google Analytics (GA) to track user activity. We use this data to determine the number of people who use our site to better understand how they find and use our web pages and to see their course on the site. Although GA records data such as your geographic location, your device, your web browser, and your operating system, none of this information makes you personally familiar to us. GA also records your computer’s IP address, which could be used to identify you, but Google does not provide access to it. We believe that Google is a third data processor that complies with the requirements of European law.

  • Communication formats and e-mail links

If you choose to contact us using a contact form or email link, none of the data you provide will be stored from this site or transferred or processed by any third-party data processor, as defined below under “Our third-party data processors”. Instead, these data will be sent to you via an SMTP protocol (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol). Our SMTP servers are protected by a TLS security protocol (sometimes known as SSL), meaning that email content is encrypted before being sent over the Internet. The content of the email is decrypted by our local computers and devices.

  • About this site’s server

All online traffic (file transfer) between this site and your browser is encrypted and transferred through the HTTPS protocol using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).

  • Our third-party data processors

We use a number of third parties to process personal data for us. These entities have been carefully selected to comply with the legislation mentioned in this text.

  • Violations of data

For any personal information you store in our database, all necessary steps will be taken to ensure it.
We will report any unlawful violation of the database of this third party data processing site or database to anyone and to all relevant stakeholders as well as authorities within 72 hours of the violation, if it is obvious that personal data stored in an identifiable form is stolen.

What are cookies and why they exist?

Cookies are small files stored by your Browser on your computer, tablet, mobile phone, and generally the device you browse to & nbsp; & nbsp; Each cookie contains information, such as the name of the website from which it originates, its ‘lifespan’ (ie how long it will stay on your device), and a value, usually a number. In fact, cookies allow sites to store various anonymous information, such as visitor preferences, or if they have visited the site again. On the websites, cookies are used to make it easier for users to navigate the site, to better tailor your interests and needs and improve its use and functionality. For example, when a user visits a web page with open comments, a cookie helps him to link to the comment form. In addition, cookies are used to compile anonymous traffic statistics but also know how you discovered our web pages. These statistics help us to understand how you use our site to improve its structure and content. In any case, we cannot verify your personal identity from cookies. Cookies are stored exclusively on your own device (computer, tablet, mobile phone), and does not maintain any files or databases with your personal data.

How to use cookies on

When you visit a website, the following types of cookies may be created.

  1. Cookies to improve site performance
  2. Cookies for anonymous traffic statistics
  3. Cookies for Google Advertising Features

Then we provide detailed information on each of these types of cookies.

Cookies to improve site performance

This type of cookie is used to store your preferences with regard to the tools provided by our site. For example:

  • Record if you have Javascript running on your Browser
  • Automatically reconnect with the comment form if you have logged in to your previous visit.
  • Which sort of classification you want the comments to appear on.
  • Volume when playing audio / video.

Cookies for anonymous traffic statistics

Each time you visit the websites, anonymous cookies are generated to collect traffic statistics. These cookies are generated by third-party services such as Google Analytics and are used to know:

  • if you’ve visited our site in the past.
  • how many unique visitors we have and how often they visit our site.
  • the views of each individual web page and our published articles.
  • Traffic sources, that is, if our users visit links to other sites, social networks, ad campaigns, search engines (Google, Bing) or come directly to

Turn off cookies in your browser

Typically, Browsers are configured to accept all cookies. If you wish, it is possible to set your own Browser not to accept cookies from a specific site, to alert when storing cookies or not accepting any cookies.

However, if you choose to disable cookies for, we may not be able to provide you with all the features offered on our site properly. For example, the annotation service will not be able to know if you’re signed in, so you may not be able to comment.

To learn more about cookies settings for different browsers, the following links may help you. Alternatively, click on “Help” in your browser or refer to the specific program information.

  • Internet Explorer
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  • Firefox
  • Opera

Useful links to cookies

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Revision of Legal Statement

We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to this statement. Please refer to the site at regular intervals to check current and new additional information.