Do Nation Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy Summaries

Never the most exciting bit of a website - here are our legal policies. Please make sure you read our terms and conditions and privacy policy before using Do Nation.

We've outlined the main points here but this is no substitute for reading the full versions, which you can find linked below.

Basic Terms and Conditions

We may change these terms and conditions so you should check regularly to see what has changed.

Our logo and the materials that we and our users have put on our site may be protected by copyright. You should not copy, reproduce, modify or use them without us first giving you permission to do so.

We can't promise that you'll always be able to see all parts of the website as we may need to update it from time to time or carry out maintenance on the site.

Please read our basic terms and conditions in full, by using the site you are agreeing to them.

Registered User Terms and Conditions

If you create an account on our site, you'll need to agree to our Registered User Terms and Conditions too. These may also change from time to time; we aim to notify you by email of any major changes, but you should check back regularly in any case.

You should check our rules on uploading content to the site, please do not upload anything which is offensive, discriminatory, unlawful, or that you don't have permission to use.

If you create an account for an organisation, you must have the right to do so. This may involve the right to use their name and logo, and to act as a data controller for employee names and email addresses, uploading these to our systems.

Users can either subscribe to our Free or Pro tiers, pricing and features for which are published on our pricing page or in the latest brochure here. By signing up to these, you agree to the payment policies outlined in the terms and conditions. In summary, unless otherwise agreed, we'll take automatic card payment at the end of your billing month.

If we think you've not been using the site according to our terms, we may cancel your registration and stop you using the site.

Read the latest version of our full terms and conditions here.

Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy sets out what we will and won't do with the information you provide when you register with Do Nation (for example, your name and email address)

We'll use this information about you to, among other things, contact you to answer any questions you may have, measure the impact of your pledged Do Actions, and to send you handy reminders, tips, and confirmation emails about your pledges.

If you decide you no longer want to receive any of this information, you can just let us know by emailing hello@wearedonation.com with the subject line “Delete my account”. Unless you state otherwise, we'll leave your pledges on the site but anonymise them by removing all your personal data.

You can also opt-in to share your email address with the owner of the campaign that you pledged to support, so that they can contact you to thank you or to share other relevant information. For some Do Actions, you can also opt to share your contact details with the sponsor of that Do Action so that they may provide further support and advice around your pledge.

We will never share your contact details with other third parties without your explicit permission.

If you sign up to our mailing list, we'll send you occasional updates on the work we're doing or about things which we think may interest you. You can unsubscribe or manage preferences at any time through the the emails we send you.

You'll find links to other websites on this site, those sites will have their own terms and conditions and/or privacy policies which you should read if you visit their sites.

We use cookies to collect information about your usage of this website, helping us to improve the usability of the site.

We will store your data on our secure servers but, due to the nature of the internet, cannot guarantee that information passed around on the internet is 100% secure.

You should check out our full policy here for more information, by using the site you are consenting to it.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The nature of what we do means that we need to capture personal data on all our users. We have taken care to ensure we comply with the new GDPR regulations. Details of this are included in the Privacy Policy and Registered User Terms and Conditions above, but for clarity's sake here is an overview of how we comply:

Data controller / Data Processor

In the most part, Do Nation acts as a Data Controller, and we comply accordingly as outlined below.

In some instances, we become the Data Processor. For example, if you upload employee or other people's personal data as part of an organisation's campaign, we become the Data Processor while you are a Data Controller. We take responsibility for managing our data security obligations; you must take responsibility for complying to to the GDPR obligations for Data Controllers.

Once a user who's data you uploaded activates their account, they enter a direct contract with us and we become the Data Controller. Once your subscription expires, we will permanently delete the personal data of any users who did not activate their account.

What data we collect

When you use Do Nation, we collect some data from you such as your name, email address, and pledge information. If you sign up to a paid-for subscription, we'll collect billing information too, and any names and emails you upload through our Manage Users portal.

Why we collect it

So you can use our service to make pledges and receive support in forming new healthy, environmentally friendly behaviours.

So you can use our service to run campaigns encouraging your community to make pledges, and measure the impact of that.

So you can keep up to date with our service and opportunities to help us build a movement for sustainable living.

When we collect it

We collect data when you do one (or more) of the following:

  1. Create an account on Do Nation
  2. Record a pledge to do one of our Do Actions
  3. Create a campaign or campaigns
  4. Upgrade to our Pro or Plus subscriptions
  5. Invite colleagues to support your campaign
  6. Complete an impact survey
  7. Sign up to our newsletter
  8. Download a report or case study
  9. Register interest in an event or competition
  10. Complete any of our contact forms
What we do with it

We're striving to build a movement for sustainable living, and as such, we keep pledges and campaigns listed publicly on our site indefinitely, unless otherwise requested. This helps us to build momentum for change.

We may sometimes share your data with third parties to enable us to deliver our service - such sharing your information with a payment service to prevent and detect fraud. Unless otherwise specified, they will only be able to use this in relation to supporting your use of Do Nation.

Sometimes we partner with charities and purpose driven businesses around specific Do Actions. If you pledge to do one of these sponsored Do Actions, you'll have the option to opt in to share your data with these partners.

We will never, ever sell your personal data unless you have explicitly given us this permission.

How we look after it

We store your data securely in a database encrypted at rest with AES-256, block-level storage encryption. The servers we use are ISO 27001 accredited.

Your rights

In line with GDPR, we provide our users with many rights around their data. If you'd like to exercise these rights, simply email us on admin@wearedonation.com and we'll respond as quickly as we can.

For full information please see our Privacy Policy and Registered User Terms and Conditions.

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