SurvivorsUK does not capture and store any personal information about individuals using this website. In instances where personal information has been given voluntarily, or an enquiry has been made, it may be used to contact you periodically, to inform you of our latest fundraising campaigns and appeals, services and events or to contact you directly.
All information provided voluntarily is used exclusively by SurvivorsUK; we do not sell, trade or transfer our data to any third parties unless express consent is given. If you would like to exercise your right to know about the personal information SurvivorsUK hold about you, have this data corrected or deleted, then please address any data protection enquiries in writing to any of our UK offices.
As part of respecting the privacy of our website visitors, we do not use any cookies that collect personal information about you. By using and browsing the SurvivorsUK website you are giving consent for cookies to be used according to our policy. If you do not consent to cookies being used, you can block or restrict any of the cookies through your browser settings or refrain from using the website.
Details of the cookies we use, their names and why we use them are outlined below.
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Understanding website usage
To better understand how our website is used and improve its performance we use Google Analytics cookies. Google Analytics is an analytical web service provided by Google, Inc. Cookies are used to collect information such as the time of day a visit occurred, which pages were visited, how long was spent on the site and to identify the point of origin and any search keywords used. This helps us to provide a better website experience and improve its performance.
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