Privacy Policy2022-05-30T07:49:38+00:00

Privacy Policy

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Synchronicity Earth is an environmental charity registered in the UK. We act to address overlooked and underfunded conservation challenges for globally threatened species and ecosystems. We do this through independent analysis of conservation action and gaps in funding, using this information to devise conservation programmes to address the most urgent challenges. We also help donors to understand and fund work to conserve wildlife and wild places and engage creatively with others to highlight the importance and wonder of nature.

Our Vision is a world in which biological and cultural diversity are valued, celebrated, and flourishing.

Synchronicity Earth

27-29 Cursitor Street, London, EC4A 1LT

Tel: +44 (0)207 5810 100


Registered Charity No.1132786.

Registered in England and Wales No.06952204

The purpose of this policy

To fulfil our charitable aims and objectives we need to communicate with a range of people in a variety of ways: face to face, via post, telephone or electronic mail, on social media and through our website. To be effective, we need to collect and store data provided to us by donors, potential donors, supporters of our work, visitors to our website, guests at our events, conservation partners (grantees) and suppliers. This data will always and only be used to further our charitable aim: to conserve threatened species and ecosystems.

This policy explains the nature of the personal data we collect and why we collect it. Our aim is to ensure that we are transparent and honest about the data we collect, and to give users better understanding and control over the data we maintain about them.

Changes to data protection laws for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are designed to better protect an individual’s privacy and rights regarding the use of their data. Synchronicity Earth is fully committed to protecting the privacy and security of everybody we communicate with.

What is personal data?

The Information Commissioner’s Office identifies personal information as ‘any information relating to an identifiable person who can be directly or indirectly identified in particular by reference to an identifier.’ An identifier could be a name, email address, telephone number, social media handle, photograph, address, payment details, organisational affiliation etc.

What personal data do we collect?

We collect data you knowingly and voluntarily give to us, including information you provide when you register for our newsletter, make a donation, communicate with us – through a face to face meeting