Privacy Policy

1. ¿Who is responsible for the data processing of the interested parties?

The person responsible for the data processing of the interested parties is the Scholas Occurrentes Foundation, provided with CIF G87291365, with registered office at Calle Covarrubias 22, 28010, Madrid and business address at Calle Hortaleza 48, 1st floor, 28004, Madrid (hereinafter “Scholas”).

It is considered as “Responsible for the treatment” to the natural or legal person, authority, service or other body that, alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of data processing. Also, it is consideredInterested"That natural person who owns the data that is the object of the treatment.

Interested Parties can contact the Scholas Data Protection Officer by email      

2. Personal data and processing of personal data

are considered "Personal information", all information about an identified or identifiable natural person (Interested); an identifiable natural person is any person whose identity can be determined, directly or indirectly, in particular by means of an identifier, such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or one or more elements of identity physical, physiological, genetic, psychological, economic, cultural or social of said person.

Also, it is considered "Treatment" to any operation or set of operations carried out on personal data or sets of personal data, whether by automated procedures or not, such as the collection, registration, organization, structuring, conservation, adaptation or modification, extraction, consultation, use, communication by transmission , diffusion or any other form of authorization of access, comparison or interconnection, limitation, deletion or destruction.

To make donations, we will process the following Personal Data: name, surname, NIF/DNI/identification number, telephone number, nationality, email address, as well as the bank details necessary to ensure the donation.

3. Principles that Scholas applies with the data processing of the interested parties:

  • Legality, loyalty and transparency: The data is treated in a lawful, loyal and transparent manner in relation to the interested party.
  • Purpose limitation: The data is collected for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes, and will not be further processed in a manner incompatible with said purposes.
  • Data minimization principle: The data will be adequate, pertinent and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes for which they are processed.
  • accuracy principle: The data will be exact and, if necessary, will be updated. The entity has adopted and adopts all reasonable measures to delete or rectify without delay inaccurate personal data with respect to the purposes for which they are processed.
  • Principle of limitation of the conservation period: The entity will keep the data in such a way that the identification of the interested parties is allowed for no longer than necessary for the purposes of processing said data.
  • Principle of integrity and confidentiality: The data is processed by Scholas in such a way that adequate security of the data is guaranteed, including protection against unauthorized or illegal treatment and against its loss, destruction or accidental damage, through the application of appropriate technical and organizational measures. .

4. Purpose of the processing of personal data and legitimation bases

 Following the principle of purpose limitation, at Scholas Occurrentes we treat the information provided by interested parties to the institution for the following purposes:

  1. Respond to your request and process the donation made by you, and whose basis of legitimacy is the execution of the contractual relationship between the parties;
  1. Keep you informed about the destination of the donated funds and the activities, educational programs carried out by Scholas, and in general about its purpose and foundational objective, which is focused on education through the following lines of action: (i) Promoting awareness campaigns on human values; (ii) Developing their own programs for the integration of children and youth in their communities and in the world; (iii) Supporting educational projects in vulnerable situations; and (iv) Encouraging and facilitating the connection of schools and educational networks of different cultures and beliefs from all over the world and being able to carry out the activities of the foundation. The legal basis for this processing is your freely given consent; and     


  1. Comply with our legal obligations (such as informing the Tax Agency of the donations received or complying with the regulations to combat money laundering and financing of terrorism before the Secretariat for the Prevention of Money Laundering (SEPBLAC)), and whose basis of legitimacy is compliance with legal obligations.

5. Time of conservation of personal data by Scholas

Following the principle of limitation of the conservation period, personal data will be kept as long as the relationship we maintain with the Interested Party subsists or until the Interested Party requests its deletion. Once the relationship with the Interested Party has ended or when the latter requests the deletion of the data, the personal data will be kept subsequently in order to comply with the applicable regulations or during the limitation period of any legal actions that may arise from the relationship. between the Interested Party and Scholas.

6. To which recipients can Scholas communicate the personal data of the Data Subject?

Personal Data will be used for the purposes described in point 4 and may only be communicated to collaborators and/or companies providing services for the fulfillment of the purposes described in said point, always complying with the principle of integrity and confidentiality and applying to the security measures provided by data protection legislation. In the same way, Personal Data may also be communicated to the competent authorities in the exercise of their functions.

Within this framework, international data transfers may be made to countries outside the European Economic Area (“EEA”). In the event of international transfers of personal data outside the EEA to countries or international organizations that do not ensure a level of protection equivalent to that of the EEA, Scholas will adopt the necessary guarantees to ensure an adequate level of protection of personal data.

An international data transfer occurs when personal data that is processed by a controller or processor in the EEA (European Union countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) is sent to a third country or international organization, outside of said territory.

7. What are the rights of the interested party when Scholas processes their personal data?

As established in articles 15 to 22 of the General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”), the Interested Party has the possibility of exercising, at any time, their rights of access, rectification, deletion, and opposition to the treatment or limitation of this respect to their personal data, as well as any other recognized data protection rights in the applicable legislation. Likewise, the Interested Party has the right to withdraw the consent given for the processing or communication of their data at any time and may request the portability of their data to the entity of their choice. The withdrawal of consent will not affect the legality of the treatment based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.

All these rights may be exercised by written and signed request, addressed to Scholas Occurrentes, Calle del Pinar, 17, 28006, Madrid, or to the email address In case of requesting the portability of your data, you must indicate the new Treatment Manager and their contact information.

Likewise, the interested parties are informed that they have the right to make any claim before the competent control authority, in Spain, the Spanish Agency for Data Protection: C/ Jorge Juan, 6. 28001-Madrid / Tel.: 901 100 099 / /