Use of this website constitutes acceptance of the following terms and conditions. Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund reserves the right to seek any legal remedies for any violation of these Terms and Conditions. The information provided on this website is for general and educational purposes only. Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund accepts no responsibility or liability for the completeness, accuracy or reliability of any information contained on or downloaded from the website. You are advised to verify the accuracy of any information on the website before relying on it and any reliance you place on it is done at your own risk.
Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund will not use any personal data collected on this site for any purpose other than that specifically stated. Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund subscribes fully to the General Data Protection Regulation and UK Data Protection Act (2018). Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund will never intentionally misuse or allow others to misuse any personal data it collects or holds.
Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund does not sell or pass on personal contact details to any organisation and will not do so in future without asking you for a specific opt-in to that scheme.
Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund does collect standard log files on its web server. These log files do not collect personal data but rather collect information which assists Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund in assessing the use and usability of it various sites. This information may include the IP address of your computer. Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund will not attempt to trace that IP address to you personally, nor will it allow that information to be tracked by outside agencies.
Please read our full Privacy Statement for more information.
Short term ‘session’ cookies which exist while you are on the site assist Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund in tracking the use and usability of the site.
Long term ‘permanent’ cookies are used to remember your country of origin as specified by your browser settings or chosen by you on the landing page of the site. Your country determines which regional version of the website you see. Long term ‘permanent’ cookies may also be used to remember you as a visitor where the site offers a log in system or to prevent abuse of a click-to-give system where users are only allowed to click once a day.
Third party websites
This website may contain links to websites which are not under the control of Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund. Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund does not accept responsibility or liability for the operation or content of such websites. Inclusion of these links is for your convenience only and does not imply any endorsement by Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund. You are responsible for complying with the terms and conditions of use of any linked site. No third party is permitted to link any other website to this website without obtaining the prior written consent of Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund.
This website and the materials on it are owned by Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund. The information and materials on this website may be printed and used for personal purposes only. You may electronically copy or print extracts of materials from this website for such purpose only and without alteration, addition or deletion. Any other use requires the express written permission of Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund. All rights reserved.
Use of Photographs
Where practicable, Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund will seek consent from individuals before displaying photographs in which they appear. If this is not possible (for example, a large group photo), the organisation will remove any photograph if a complaint is received. This policy also applies to photographs published on the Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund’s website or in its printed materials which may be accessible in electronic form on the website.
Restrictions on use
You may not access, use, download, copy, print, display, link, frame, store for subsequent use, transmit or distribute any information from this website except as expressly provided for in these terms and conditions.
Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund may at any time modify these Terms and Conditions and the new version will be posted on the website. Your continued use of the website constitutes your agreement to these terms and conditions.
This website (including these Terms and Conditions) shall be governed by English law and the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any disputes arising from this website.
Guidance for the assessment of the sources of grants and donations
- In principle, trustees and staff of a charity are expected to accept money given to that charity for purposes consistent with the charity objects, but the trustees have discretion to consider other factors relevant to the charity’s best interests.
- For any grant or donation, trustees and staff will balance the benefits of funding against any perceived reputational risks.
- Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund accepts donations on the clear understanding that the funder can have no influence over the independence of the Fund’s activities, other than being able to specify whether the donation is for unrestricted or restricted funding.