Privacy Policy

This policy document provides information on how Child Rescue Coalition (hereafter CRC) handles, stores and, where appropriate, deletes information and data shared with us.


CRC appreciates and values the support provided to us by our donors and believe we have a responsibility to protect any information provided to us.

CRC will maintain a record of donor’s personal details only as necessary to process the donations made to the organization. CRC will not sell, trade or share a donor’s personal information with any other person or organization. CRC will not send donor any mailings on behalf of other organizations. We utilize a system called Stripe for the processing of donations. CRC does not have access to your credit / debit card information or bank details in this transaction. We do not publish the details of donators without their express written permission.

Any donor checks sent directly to us are forwarded to our bank for processing. We will always seek to acknowledge receipt and thank anyone who chooses to aid our mission. Where a donor has supplied contact details, we will endeavor to reach out to them to thank them for their generosity which we constitute being a legitimate interest. We will not subsequently retain their personal data, unless they choose to subscribe to our newsletter or to receive other relevant updates about the organization.

At any point donors may contact CRC in order to remove their names and contact information from CRC mailings via the following email:


We use Google Analytics to interpret our website’s traffic to ensure it is working in the best way possible and to allow us to continually improve the experience for users.

Any information gathered for this purpose is for internal use only and contains no personal information. The Internet Protocol (IP) address of the computer or other device you use to access the website is used to gather anonymized statistical data. It is not retained with a view to identifying you personally by either ourselves or Google Analytics. We have a legitimate interest in monitoring the use of our website which is for the purpose of continual improvement.

You do however have the option to prevent Google Analytics from using your data. For more information on this please visit –

For more information generally on how Google uses your data please visit –


What are Cookies and how do we use them?

A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your computer’s hard drive when you visit a website. A cookie typically contains the name of the website from which it has come, the lifespan of the cookie and a value. The value is usually a unique code that will only make sense to the website that has issued it. Cookies can also be used to measure how people use websites and what kind of browsers or devices they’re using.

You can set your web browser to accept or reject cookies, or tell you when a cookie is being sent. You can also delete cookies from your computer.

The website tells you how to control and delete cookies on most browsers. How to control Cookies (, external website) How to delete Cookies (, external website)


We reserve the right to make changes to these privacy policies. Each time you visit our website we would encourage you to check that no changes have been made to any sections which are relevant to you. This policy was written and therefore last updated in July 2020.

Questions or complaints regarding any aspect of these privacy policies may be directed for the attention of the Privacy Officer via the following email: