This Privacy Policy is an integral part of the general conditions. Access to and browsing of the site, or the use of its services, implies acceptance of the general conditions (and therefore of the Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy). Please read them carefully.

In this Privacy Policy we inform you about:

– Who is responsible for the processing of your data?

– Who can provide us with data?

– What data do we collect?

– How is the information used?

– Communications via e-mail

– How and where is information shared?

– Security of your data

– Rights and access to information

– Responsible for Privacy

– Changes to the Privacy Policy

Who is responsible for processing your data?

All the data provided by the Users in will be incorporated and treated, both through telematic, computer and non-automated means, in files declared before the Spanish Data Protection Agency (, being the person in charge of these files:


Núñez de Balboa Street, 77

28006 Madrid (Spain)

CIF. G-84862192

Who can provide us with data?

By accessing our page, you declare that all the data you provide, whether mandatory to provide the service or information, or voluntary data when you want to collaborate with us, make a comment on our blogs or participate in our requests, are true and correct, ie, respond to your real situation. Providing these data supposes that they have been supplied voluntarily and with consent so that they can be treated both computerised and non-automated and for specific and legitimate purposes that the CINDE Foundation describes below, not being used for incompatible purposes, nor transferred to third parties without your consent.

What data do we collect?

When sending an information query, signing up for our newsletters, participating in our actions, facilitating your support for our campaigns, contacting us by e-mail, making comments on our blogs or collaborating with us (as a partner, as a donor and/or as a volunteer), we can ask you to provide us with a series of personal data and information such as your name, surname, address, email, contact telephone number, etc. To become a member or donor of the CINDE Foundation, we will ask for other categories of data.

The data that we request, and that are the object of treatment will always be adequate, pertinent and not excessive to your request for information, collaboration and/or participation within the CINDE Foundation.

How is the information used?

The CINDE Foundation will use the information you provide for the purposes required in each of the data collection forms:

a) Response to requests for information from the user. In the event that you send us a request for information, we will process your data in order to receive, manage, process and respond to queries and requests for information that you send us through the means of web contact or sent to our offices and delegations.

b) Subscription to Newsletters. We will treat your identification data and e-mail to send you our news and newsletters. You can unsubscribe at any time.

c) Participate and incorporate comments in our blogs. To participate in our blogs and that your comment can be published, we will treat user data and email in order to identify and manage the publication of the same on our website.

d) Collaborate actively through a donation or become a member of the CINDE Foundation. In the event that you access our form and fill in your details, the information provided will be used for the purposes of economic, accounting, fiscal, administrative management of associates and donors of the CINDE Foundation.

e) Application for participation in the international volunteer programme. By filling in our form, your details will be sent to us in order to begin the selection process. If you are selected, your data will be used to start the training process, take out the volunteer insurance, organize your trip to the field with the counterpart and keep you informed of the activities and projects of the CINDE Foundation.

f) Other activities organized by the CINDE Foundation. You may collaborate and participate in actions organized and/or promoted by the Foundation, providing the data requested in the corresponding forms and for the purposes expressly indicated therein.

E-mail communications

By sending us a query or request for information via the contact e-mail, you are providing us with the conscious and express consent for the treatment of the data provided to the CINDE Foundation. In our emails you will find information to revoke consent or unsubscribe from any communication from the CINDE Foundation.

How and where is the information shared?

The CINDE Foundation expressly informs that in the cases in which it collaborates or participates in certain actions (Solidarity Events, Volunteering, Partners and Donations, etc.), we will proceed to transfer your data to the organisations and administrations, banks and other collaborating entities in accordance with current legal regulations and for the corporate management of information.

Security of the data provided

The CINDE Foundation attaches great importance to the security of all the information and personal data that we process. Unfortunately, the transmission of information through the Internet is not completely secure; therefore, we make efforts and allocate resources to improve our website every day and that the functionalities made available are more secure (The https functionality has been implemented in the forms in order to protect economic and financial data with SSL encryption tools).

Once we have received your information, security measures are implemented to ensure access, confidentiality, integrity and avoid any loss, misuse and / or alteration of data under our control. Our security and privacy policies are periodically reviewed and improved as necessary and only authorized personnel have access to user information.

Your Rights and Access to Information

In accordance with current Community legislation (Directive 95/46/EU) and Spanish law (Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December) you have the possibility of exercising the following very personal rights, proving your identity in a reliable manner, either through electronic means (in the case of newsletters and emails) or through written communication addressed to our Privacy Officer.

Your rights are as follows:

a) The right to revoke your consent and request that your personal data not be processed for commercial purposes, or to send you communications via e-mail, sms messages and newsletters.

b) Right of access to the information we have about you, specifying the purposes of the processing and communications to third parties and companies, either because they are authorized by law, because they are necessary for the provision of the service you have requested, or because you have given prior consent.

c) Right of rectification of your data, by which the information and data we have are updated and updated according to the information you provide.

d) The right to the cancellation of your data, once the legal conservation periods established by the applicable regulations have been met.

e) The right to object to any processing of your data by revoking your authorisation/consent.

The website may contain links to and from other websites, either from our sponsors, partners, associated companies or collaborating companies, among others. If you access these pages, you must bear in mind that they may again request personal data or information. Therefore, when you visit these pages, please also review their privacy policy.

Responsible for Privacy

At any time you can request, completely free of charge, either by letter or via email, the exercise of your rights, and you must incorporate a photocopy of your ID / NIE / Passport to your request, as this is a very personal right.

Requests should be sent to the Privacy Officer at the following address:


Att. Responsible Privacy

Núñez de Balboa Street, 77

28006 Madrid (Spain)

Changes to the Privacy Policy

The CINDE Foundation may modify or adapt its Privacy Policy and Treatment of Personal Data. We recommend that you visit each time you browse the site in order to be always informed prior to any data you can provide.