The Quentin Boulenger Fund brings together founders, donors, partners and associations partner with whom it builds a relationship based on transparency and trust. This policy informs you of the processes and conditions for the collection and processing of personal data.
This policy applies to all data collected on the Quentin Boulenger Fund website as well as in the context of its activities and relations of any kind.
The Quentin Boulenger Fund undertakes to comply with the Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended and the General Data Protection Regulation published in the ‘Journal Officiel’ published on 27 April 2016 and in force since 25 May 2018.
Personal data (hereinafter referred to as “Data”) is defined as any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. A natural person is deemed to be “identifiable” if it can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier, or to one or more specific elements specific to its physical, genetic, economic, or social identity.
2. Collected Data
The Quentin Boulenger Fund ensures the minimization of data by collecting and processing only data strictly necessary with regard to the purpose (s) for which they are processed.
The Quentin Boulenger Fund makes all the necessary arrangements to ensure that the data is accurate, complete and, if necessary, updated.
3. Purpose for Collecting
The automatic processing system put in place by The Quentin Boulenger Fund fulfils explicit, legitimate and specific purposes. These primarily are:
- Managing the relationship with donors, potential donors
- Managing and monitoring donations follow up.
- Managing information and external communication (newsletters and event invitations).
4. Personal Data
In compliance with the French data protection and freedom act (Loi informatique et libertés) the Quentin Boulenger Fund inform you of the way your personal data is processed. It clearly notifies you each time it collects your data, providing you with adequate information, for example, on:
- the identity and contact details of the Processing Officer,
- the purpose and legal base for collecting and processing your data,
- when needed, the legitimate interests of the Quentin Boulenger Fund,
- the duration during which your personal data is saved or how this period is determined,
- your right to ask the Quentin Boulenger Fund to access your data, to edit, delete or restrict its usage or forbid its processing as well as your data portability rights,
- your right to retract your consent at any time without affecting the legality of the processing of data done prior to your withdrawal and with your consent,
- your right to fil a complaint with the controlling authority,
- whether sharing personal data is regulatory, contractual, or is a determining element in finalizing a contract and the user is required to share personal data; as well as information on the consequences in case they chose not to share the requested data,
- the presence of an automated decision-making process including profiling.
5. Data Recipient
The Quentin Boulenger Fund shares collected data only with its internal departments and with the service providers and their staff contracted to execute a task on the Quentin Boulenger Fund behalf.
Your data can only be accessed by specific and authorized personnel bound by a confidentiality agreement.
6. Data Retention
The Quentin Boulenger Fund, in compliance with current legislation, will save your personal data only for the time required to complete the objective it was collected for.
7. Data Security
The Quentin Boulenger Fund works to ensure the protection and safety of your personal data. It has implemented appropriate technological and organizational measures to prevent, as much as possible, the loss or deterioration of data as well as unauthorized access to it.
8.1 What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small file that is stored on a visitor’s hard drive when navigating through the pages of a site. They can be used to remember and reuse visitors’ preferences and identify their browsing patterns. Cookies can therefore help websites improve the services they offer and their user experience. For instance, sites can customize the information they display to visitors’ preferences. It is important to know that only the site issuing a cookie can read or edit the information it holds. The life span of a cookie can vary in, and ranges from the time spent browsing the site, to several years. The site or online service provider decides on the period depending on what the cookie is used for.
Cookies categories used:
- Cookies that are technically essential for the operation of the sites. These cookies allow, among other things, the user to access the site’s restricted and personal accounts.
- Cookies used to analyse and identify visitors’ browsing patterns. These cookies help compile statistics on the frequency with which different components of the sites are used (visited sections or content and paths taken), thus improving the relevancy and ergonomics of the site.
- Cookies used by social sharing services. These cookies help measure the use of the different content-share buttons made available.
It is against the Quentin Boulenger Fund policy to store any personal information in any of these types of cookies.
8.3 How to manage Cookies saved on your computer?
Cookies can only be stored with the consent of the visitors. They can modify their consent at any time by changing the cookie settings on their browser. If you enable your browser to save them, cookies imbedded in the pages and content you visit can be temporally saved in a dedicated area of your computer. Only their issuing sites can read them. If you do not allow cookies to be saved on your device, or if you delete the ones already stored you will no longer be able to enjoy the features enabled by them. For instance, you will not be able to access personal secured accounts with a memorized password anymore and will have to type in your code each time you wish to access a secured area.
8.4 How to set your Cookie preferences in your browser?
You can set your browser to enable/disable cookies automatically or depending on the issuing website. You can also program it to ask for your consent each time a cookie is likely to be enabled. Every browser has its own cookie settings. If you need guidance in changing your cookie settings, you can find a description of them in the help menu of your browser.
9. Your rights
In compliance with the amended French data protection and freedom act “Loi informatique et libertés”, you have the right to access, edit, update, restrict or delete your personal information, as well as the right to data portability. You also have the option of filing a complaint with the CNIL (French national commission for data processing and freedom).
To exercise these rights, please send a request with a copy of a signed form of identification to our legal team by email at or by letter at the following address: Fonds de Dotation Quentin Boulenger – 19, rue du Mont Valérien – 92210 Saint-Cloud – France.
If you no longer wish to receive newsletters and invitations from the Quentin Boulenger Fund, could you please confirm your wish by e-mail to the following address email@example.com.
10. Hypertext links
The Quentin Boulenger Fund website offers links to other sites by clearly specifying the identity of the site to which you are proposed to visit.
However, these sites are not part of the Quentin Boulenger Fund web site. They are not responsible for their content.
We recommend that you consult the personal data protection policy of these sites as their conditions may differ from those of the Quentin Boulenger Fund, who is in not responsible for the processing of data by these external websites.
For more information on the Quentin Boulenger Fund personal data protection policy, please contact by sending an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The current policy might be amended depending on legal and regulatory changes.