Since 25 May 2018, the GDPR, the European General Data Protection Regulation, has been operational and requires greater transparency in the management of personal data.
We believe that this is a good thing and we are complying with it by having more stringent procedures for the protection of your data.
We have always kept the personal data of those who support us through donations or volunteering safe and will continue to do so because we protect privacy.
The new “privacy policy” (see below) provides greater clarity and control over how we collect and use your personal information in our database and when we provide our services.
We have set ourselves the following objectives:
– to make the privacy policy simpler and clearer: the policy describes what data we collect, how we use it, how it is updated, your rights and the tools you have at your disposal to keep track of your data at all times, to modify or delete it;
– comply with EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR), thereby strengthening our commitment to the privacy and security of the personal data we process.
If you have any questions, we will be happy to answer them.
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Information on the processing of personal data pursuant to Art. 13 of Regulation (EU) No. 2016/679
Pursuant to Art. 13 of Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679, also known as the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter referred to as the “GDPR”), the “Fondazione Andare Oltre Onlus” informs you that your personal data (hereinafter referred to as the “Data”) will be processed in compliance with the provisions of the GDPR and any applicable regulations regarding the processing of personal data in accordance with the following information. In particular, all data collection – and subsequent processing – is for internal institutional purposes only. The collection of data from volunteers, donors, long-distance supporters, people interested in our activities and topics is of fundamental importance for the “Fondazione Andare Oltre Onlus”. We use this information to manage prompt responses to requests for help and constant updating with respect to the various projects in the world where the role of volunteers and donors is crucial. We also use this information to expand the dissemination of our initiatives to individuals and families who have expressed an interest in being contacted on issues related to volunteering and international cooperation.
In implementation of the General Regulation on Data Protection [GDPR (EU) 2016/679] below you will find our guidelines for the Processing and Retention of Personal Data, the names of the Data Controller and Data Processor, the rights you have with respect to your Personal Data in our possession, and our use of that data.
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Data Controller
Piero Petricca, President and legal representative of “Fondazione Andare Oltre onlus” c/o Fondazione Andare Oltre onlus via Cercemaggiore 59 – 00131 Rome
Contacts: / +39 3318311452
Personal Data Processor (RPD-DPO)
Piero Petricca, President and legal representative of “Fondazione Andare Oltre onlus” c/o Fondazione Andare Oltre onlus via Cercemaggiore 59 00131 Roma
Contacts: / +39 3318311452
Consensus and Clarity
Each time you fill out a form that collects your Personal Data it will be clear where you can give your consent and it will be explicit how we will process and profile your Personal Data as well as any newsletters, emails, news, SMS messages or requests you may receive from us.
How we ensure the protection of your data.
The data is collected according to the indications of the referenced legislation, with particular regard to the security measures provided for by GDPR (Art. 32) for their processing by computer, manual and automated tools and with logic strictly related to the purposes indicated above and in any case in order to ensure the security and confidentiality of the data.
How we use your personal data. Methods of processing.
The Data are collected and recorded in a lawful and correct manner for the purposes indicated above and are also processed with the aid of electronic and automated tools, including the entry and organization of the data in databases, in accordance with the provisions of the GDPR on security measures and, in any case, in such a way as to guarantee the security and confidentiality of the Data.
The processing that will be carried out on such data, within the limits indicated by the General Authorisation of the Guarantor no. 3/2002, has the following purposes: participation of volunteers in international solidarity activities, voluntary work, distance support, training and non-formal education as well as information, dissemination and promotion of activities and will be carried out in the following ways:
Archiving on magnetic support protected by password; publication of information and video-photographic material on the activities carried out, also through the dissemination of the same on online social networks.
The individual data holders may at any time access the data and exercise their rights under current legislation, by contacting in writing or by e-mail:
In particular, the following rights can be exercised:
– Portability (to know the data and receive it in a readable and easy to understand format);
– Total or partial modification;
– Deletion.
The institutional activity data of Foundation members and supporters will NOT in any way be transmitted to third parties, institutions, except when necessary to implement the purposes of the Foundation and to allow the participation of members in the same, as well as to fulfill legal obligations; they cannot in any case be subject to disclosure. The collection and processing of data may not in any way contain personal data falling within the category of “sensitive” data, i.e. data disclosing “racial and ethnic origin, religious, philosophical or other beliefs, political opinions, membership of parties, trade unions, associations or organizations of a religious, philosophical, political or trade union nature, as well as personal data disclosing health and sex life.”
Under no circumstances do we transfer or sell personal data to third parties for marketing and commercial activities.
Persons under the age of 16 cannot provide us with any personal data or register on our website or social networks, and in any case we do not accept responsibility for any false statements you provide to us.
If we become aware of any untrue statements we will immediately delete any personal data we have acquired.
“Fondazione Andare Oltre Onlus” shares some data with the partners of the various volunteer programs:
– Member associations and other associations where the volunteers and supporters of Fondazione Andare Oltre Onlus carry out their experiences or support solidarity activities.
“Fondazione Andare Oltre Onlus” also avails itself of the following suppliers as part of its activities:
– Credito Valtellinese | Donations and payments
– Poste Italiane| Donations and payments
Every time you fill in a form or a form with your personal data you will find clearly detailed the type of data required, how we will use it, what we will send you, how you will appear in our Database and you will have the possibility to give your informed consent. Below, however, you can learn more about some examples of Data Use.
Volunteers and supporters
– Profile
If you have subscribed to our newsletter, if you have participated in fundraising activities, if you have made an occasional or regular donation through bank, postal or online transfers, if you have active remote support, if you have participated in our charitable initiatives, your data is present and securely stored in our database as people who support and sustain our activities and projects.
– What we do
First of all, we use your personal data to contact you in relation to your volunteering experience, project support, and the enhancement of helping relationships. Periodically we send you informative newsletters dedicated to projects, opportunities, problems, and possible experiences in Italy or abroad. Occasionally we will send you proposals to support activities and projects. There is always the possibility to unsubscribe so that you will no longer receive communications from the “Andare Oltre Onlus Foundation”.
– What happens when?
That is what you need to know if you surf our website (, if you receive our newsletters and if you see or click on our Facebook ads.
– Site and Cookies Information
“Fondazione Andare Oltre Onlus” is aware of the importance of protecting the confidentiality of personal data and – considering that the Internet is a great tool for the exchange and circulation of information – intends to make every effort to comply with rules of conduct that are in line with EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) and that guarantee safe, controlled and confidential surfing on the net.
The “Andare Oltre onlus Foundation” uses various websites and Internet pages for its institutional purposes and activities.
For the page hosted by the social network Facebook (
please refer to the Facebook information page
The site uses only technical cookies (to verify access to services that require registration) and does not use first-party cookies for user profiling.
On the site there are Google cookies, linked to the management of the advertising account.
These cookies may be disabled by the user, through the settings of their browser.
– Guide to disabling cookies in Chrome
– Help for other browsers
The “Andare Oltre Onlus Foundation” newsletters are managed through Google’s GMASS and MailChimp. The addresses are stored on the servers of Gmass and MailChimp. On the respective sites you can read the privacy policies on how they comply with the GDPR requests.
Gmass and MailChimp, like any newsletter management platform, provide information about who opens the newsletter and clicks on the links. Fondazione Andare Oltre Onlus uses this information only to understand if the contents are in line with the expectations of those who receive them and which are the topics that interest them most.
You can stop receiving the newsletter at any time, through the link at the bottom of each message.
Access rights, cancellation, restriction and portability.
As stated in the General Regulations on Data Protection with respect to your Personal Data in our possession you have the following Rights: Right of Access (Art.15), Right of Cancellation/Right to Oblivion (Art.17), Right to Limitation of Processing (Art.18), Right to data portability (Art.20).
The Owner advises that the rights set forth in articles 15 to 20 of GDPR are available to anyone. By way of example, by sending a specific request to the email address of the Data Processor, you may:

  1. obtain confirmation whether or not personal data concerning you is being processed;

  2. if a processing is in progress, obtain access to the data and information relating to the processing, as well as request a copy of the data;
  3. obtain rectification of inaccurate data and integration of incomplete personal data;

  4. obtain, if one of the conditions provided for by Art. 17 of the GDPR is met, the deletion of the Data concerning you;

  5. obtain, in the cases provided for by Art. 18 of the GDPR, the limitation of the processing of Data concerning you;

  6. receive the Data concerning you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and request the data transmission to another data controller, if technically feasible.

Pursuant to Article 15 of the Regulation in question, you have the right to request cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, and to oppose in any case, for legitimate reasons, the processing of the data.
Requests should be addressed, pursuant to Art. 24 of the above-mentioned processing to:
Right of opposition.
Pursuant to Art. 21 of the GDPR, you will also have the right to object at any time to the processing of your Data carried out in the legitimate interest of the Data Controller by writing to In the event of opposition, the Data will no longer be processed, provided that there are no legitimate reasons to process the Data overriding the interests, rights and freedoms of the data subjects, or to ascertain, exercise or defend a right in court.
Right to lodge a complaint with the Guarantor.
The Data Controller also informs you that you may lodge a complaint with the Privacy Guarantor if you believe that your rights have been violated under GDPR or any other applicable law, in the manner indicated on the website of the Privacy Guarantor accessible at: