Your personal information is used by the DE LA SALLE SOLIDARIETA’ INTERNAZIONALE ONLUS Foundation, which is the data controller, in compliance with the principles of protection of personal data established by GDPR Regulation 2016/679 and the national legislation in force.



 We inform you that the data will be processed with the support of the following means:

    • Computer Sciences
    • Mixed – electronically and on paper


for the following purposes:

  • Fulfillment of tax or accounting obligations
  • Solidarity and charitable activities
  • Volunteering activities
  • Activities for the events, seminars and conferences organization
  • Multimedia communication
  • Preparation, printing, packaging and issuance of documents
  • Supplier management (contracts, orders, arrivals, invoices)
  • Personnel management
  • Relationship with donors
  • Telematics information
  • Newsletter
  • Web Site
  • Video Surveillance Material acquisition only in case of security.


 The legal basis for common data processing, in accordance with Article 6 of the GDPR Regulation, is:

  • Law;
  • Legitimate interests
  • Contract;
  • Consent;

The legal basis for special categories of personal data processing, in accordance with Article 9 of the GDPR Regulation, is:

  • Law;
  • Legitimate interests
  • Contract;
  • Consent;

The provision of data is mandatory for all legal and contractual obligations and, therefore, any refusal to provide them totally or partially may result in the impossibility of delivering the requested services.

The Foundation processes users’ optional data with their consent, that is, by explicitly approving this privacy policy and the methods and purposes described below.


All collected and processed data, without exception to communications made in compliance with legal and contractual obligations, may be communicated exclusively for the purposes above mentioned to the following beneficiary categories:

  • Other public authorities;
  • Supervision and control authorities;
  • Direct and indirect beneficiaries;
  • Consultants and independent workers also in associated form;
  • Employer;
  • Social security and social assistance institutions;
  • Public financial entities;
  • Police forces;
  • Companies providing storage and transport logistics services;
  • Companies and enterprises;
  • Judicial offices;

Regarding the management of your data, the following categories of authorized persons and/or internal and external managers identified in writing and provided with specific written instructions on data processing may be aware of them:

VAT Number 11267011002, represented by

Amilcare Boccuccia – Legal representative

Serena Pegorin, Tax Code PGRSRN87L56L56L719A – Employee;

Laura Ballerini, Tax Code BLLLRA92L55H501V – Employee;

Eleonora Munaretto Tax Code MNRLN92D44H501V – Employee



 In accordance with Article 14 of the GDPR Regulation, since no data have been obtained from the interested party, the categories of personal data subject to processing are reported:

  • Tax code and other personal identification numbers (health cards);
  • Identification data (name or company name, or names and last names of natural persons, address, telephone, fax, e-mail, tax data, );
  • Behavioral data (record of donations);
  • Work (current and former employment, information on hiring, apprenticeship or vocational training, information on suspension or termination of employment or change to another job, curriculum vitae);
  • Name, address or other elements of personal identification (name, surname, age, sex, place and date of birth, private address, work address);
  • Details (of sensitive nature);
  • Personal;



Activity name Personnel Management
IT structure Server IP:
Structure type Internal
Site De La Salle Solidarietà Internazionale ONLUS (Rome)



Activity name Photos, videos and interviews
IT structure Server IP:
Structure type Internal
Site De La Salle Solidarietà Internazionale ONLUS (Rome)



 The data storage period is as follows:

The data will be processed for the time required to carry out the collaboration relationship established during the next ten years from the date of collection of the data.


In accordance with European Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR) and the national legislation in force, the interested party may exercise, in the manner and within the limits provided for by the legislation in force, the following rights:

  • request the confirmation of the existence of personal data concerning him/her (right of access of the interested party – article 15 of Regulation 679/2016);
  • know its origin;
  • receive an understandable communication;
  • have information on the logic, methods and objectives of the processing;
  • request the updating, rectification, integration, cancellation, transformation into anonymous form, blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including those that are no longer necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected (right of rectification and cancellation – Articles 16 and 17 of Regulation 679/2016);
  • right to restrict and/or refuse the processing of data concerning him/her (article 18 of Regulation 679/2016);
  • right of annulment;
  • right to data portability (Article 20 of Regulation 679/2016);
  • in cases of processing based on consent, receive their data provided to the controller, in a structured and readable format, in a format commonly used by an electronic device;
  • right to submit a complaint to the Supervisory Authority (data subject’s right of access – article 15 of Regulation 679/2016).


The controller of the processing of your personal data is the DE LA SALLE SOLIDARIETA’ INTERNAZIONALE ONLUS Foundation, VAT Number 11267011002, Tax Identification Number 11267011002.


Phone: 06665231


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Emanuele Bufo, Eolo s.r.l.: eoloromasrl@legalmail.cit