Volunteer to Change

Cookie Policy

Please read all of this policy carefully as it sets out our respective rights and obligations. As our policy is published on our website, by registering with us, use of our website or service or request or send ‘volunteer to Change’ information( either electronically or printed), we are entitled to assume that you have had the opportunity to read and have indeed read this plicy and agree to it.

Volunteer to Change may change its policies at ant time by posting changes online. Please review our policies regularly to ensure you are aware of any changes. Your continued registration and/or use of our services after any change is posted, means that you agree to be legally bound by our policies.

Volunteer to Change does use cookies on its website. The two main reasons why Volunteer to Change uses cookies are:

To track users as they navigate our website;

To identify you if you return.

Definition of a cookie

For the purpose of this document, Volunteer to Change considers a cookie to be a small text sent to your web browser by our own web server for the purposes as stated above.

A cookie can either be ‘persistent’ or ‘session’ cookies. A session cookie automatically expires when you close your web browser, whilst a persistent cookie remains valid until its set expiry date.

Blocking cookies

Most internet browsers allow you to block, refuse or not to accept cookies. However, if you decide to block cookies, this is very likely to have a negative impact on browsing our and many other websites on the internet.

Deleting cookies

You are completely within your rights to delete our cookies, but by doing so, our website will not be able to identify you upon return. This can have a negative impact on your browsing experience.

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