Privacy Policy

Here are details of our privacy policy for the information you supply to the Hope Association website.


This site uses cookies – small text files that are placed on your machine to help the site provide a better user experience.

In the case of the Hope Association we use cookies for everyday visitors to the site in two ways. First the server uses cookies to ensure the correct functioning of the website and secondly, Google analytics. Their anonymous tracking cookie is used to enable us to gauge popularity of particular parts of the website. In any event any cookies will be ‘session’ cookies and so will either expire when you leave the site or can be easily removed at this time with no affect on your subsequent visits.

However, you may prefer to disable the Google analytics cookies on this site. The process will involve putting a cookie on your PC to say you want to opt-out – this conforms with pan-european regulations that require websites to inform users of cookies and the nature of the web means that the only way this website can ‘remember’ that you do not want cookies is to place a reminder cookie with your preferences on your PC.

Click here to opt-out of Google Analytics on our website

Click here to visit Google Analytics website and download a browser addon to universally opt-out from Google Analytics.

Personal Information on Contact Form

The contact information is designed to allow you to contact us. Unfortunately, due to spambots, email address harvesters and the like, we do not want to include an email address on the web site. Any personal information you supply will only be used to respond to your request. It includes your IP address for anti-spam measures.

We do not actively email those who contact us with unsolicited emails and definitely do not pass this information to third parties. If you have reason to believe that your information has been obtained by third parties as a result of using our site, please use the contact form to contact the webmaster so that we can investigate the security measures.