Website Privacy statement

The Passage is committed to protecting your privacy and being respectful of personal information that you may provide. You can visit our website without giving any information about yourself. However, you may be aware that all websites process a certain amount of information automatically, which can identify a visitor to a site and their activity on it.

The Passage’s website collects internet (IP) addresses of site visitors and retains this information on systems that host our website. This is done for statistical purposes to report on usage and performance and is not used to identify you. Where you have given your personal information in an enquiry form or through a donation, you will be told why your information is needed and how it will be used. We do not share personal information or data with third party organisations.

We do not currently use cookies. These are small text files placed on your computer by websites that you visit, to make a site work properly and provide information to the owners of the site. If and when our website incorporates this technology, we will let you know clearly before information is recorded and will include a cookie policy in our privacy statement.

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, you can call, email or write to us.

The Passage has separate privacy statements for supporters and people who use our services.