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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

We are committed to protect the privacy of personal information shared with us while receiving counselling, support or any other information from us.

Information Collected

During your counselling session over phone you will be asked to provide your age, gender and information pertaining to your experience with road trauma . If you intend to participate in our support group activity or volunteer as a speaker we will collect your demographic information. Please note ,if you are reaching via contact form personal information such as name, email address etc are received and its deemed to have agreed.

How your information is used

We don’t sell or share your personal identity information to the third parties in any case. Data may be utilised for research purposes after removing the identifiable resources.

Client records made by your counsellor during telephone counselling sessions are maintained securely and only those who need to know will have access.

Disclosure of personal information

Your personal information will be disclosed in adherence to legal compliance served to us . In an event to protect public safety & rights of organisation

Cookie Usage policy

Cookies are small amounts of data that a website can send to a web browser on a visitor’s computer. The cookie is stored on a visitor’s computer. A cookie may enable the site holder to track how a visitor navigates through its site and the areas in which they show interest. This is similar to a traffic report: it tracks trends and behaviors, but does not identify individuals. Information gathered may include date and time of visits, pages viewed, time spent at the site, and the site visited just before and just after.
Types of Cookies
Cookies can be set to expire: on a specified date after a specific period of time when a transaction has been completed or when a user turns off his/her browser.
A cookie that is erased from memory when a visitor’s browser closes is called a “session” cookie. Cookies that expire based on a time set by the Web server are called “persistent” cookies. Persistent cookies may be used in some cases, for example, to recognize when a visitor returns to a website. The web browser will send the cookie information from the initial visit back to the website. This is useful to the visitor if he or she has established a password at a particular website and wants to be identified by that site to perform a function or transaction.
To browse anonymously, you may set your browser to disable cookies or delete cookies. Please note that disabling cookies for some services will impact ability to use that service.
Deny Cookies
Customers may choose not to accept cookies. Your web browser may alert and permit you to refuse cookies. When you receive an alert, you may choose at that time to refuse that cookie. If the use of cookies is a concern to you, then please make sure your browser has this capability, and that you set your browser to alert you accordingly.
Newer browser versions allow you to be alerted or to automatically refuse cookies. You may need to download a more current version of your web browser from your service provider in order to obtain this option.
Note: Some product features and services provided in the website require you to accept a cookie in order to be able to use the particular functionality or service. These cookies are used to establish a link between the user and the application server. The cookies contain unique session IDs, and no customer data is stored on the cookies.

Donor privacy

We donot sell or share donor name or personal information with any one
Privacy statement will be updated time to time ,you should review the contents periodically for updated changes.