The administrator of personal data whose processing rules are described in this document is the RAiDO Foundation International Center for Youth and Adult Support, with its registered office in Warsaw 01-220 at ul. Krzyżanowskiego 42, hereinafter referred to as the Foundation. To contact us, please send a message to the e-mail address: or by traditional mail to the address of the registered office.

In the Privacy Policy, we collect the most important information regarding the principles of personal data processing in our organization. We indicate the key groups of people whose data we collect, and we explain for what purposes we do it, on what legal basis, and how long we store it. We also inform you about the rights of persons whose data we process.

The Foundation takes care to protect the privacy and information provided by Website Users, in particular their personal data. We collect data only to the extent that it is necessary to manage these websites, ensure the smooth operation of the functionalities offered within them and analyze the effectiveness of communication.

Rights of persons whose data we process

All persons whose data we process have the right to access their data, the right to obtain a copy of the data, as well as the right to request rectification and – in certain cases – removal or limitation of their processing.

Persons whose data we process on the basis of our legitimate interest may object by declaring that they do not wish us to use their data in this way.

Entrusting and processing data

We entrust personal data for processing to entities with whom we cooperate on a permanent basis and which are responsible for: IT support for the Foundation, accounting support for the Foundation and support for the payment system. These entities operate on the basis of entrustment agreements and are equally obliged to maintain the confidentiality and security of all personal data that has been made available to them. In addition, we entrust the data to our funders, i.e. Erasmus+

In addition, in the case of communication by traditional mail, we entrust personal data to postal intermediaries (Poczta Polska and other companies operating under the postal law) for processing on the basis of entrustment agreements and service regulations.

In some situations, we transfer data to other recipients (e.g. those cooperating with us in organizing a training or other event). In such cases, we always inform you in advance.

We store most of the data in electronic form: primarily on a rented server, and also – to a limited extent – on office computers, external drives and telephones. We process data through IT tools used by the team and entities cooperating with the Foundation.

Cookies policy

Our website uses text files commonly referred to as cookies, including in order to adapt the website to the needs of users and for statistical purposes. We use cookies to collect information on how our website is used and the correct configuration of the website, as well as to remember user settings (e.g. language, font size, etc.). We use cookies for analysis, research and audience audit, in particular to create anonymous statistics, which show how website users use the website This knowledge allows us to improve the structure and content of our websites.

You can change the settings for cookies in your web browser so that they do not collect the above-mentioned cookies. information or inform about each time they are placed on the User’s device. If you do not change these settings, you accept the cookies used on our website. You can learn how to block and limit the installation of cookies using your browser settings or using one of the many available (free) solutions at