SARL Lyon Continental Freight (hereinafter “Lyon Continental Freight” or “we”) understands and respects the concerns of its customers (hereinafter “you”) regarding the confidentiality of the personal data they provide.

We undertake, as part of our activities and in accordance with the legislation in force, both in France and in Europe, to ensure the protection, confidentiality and security of personal data concerning you.

We are therefore committed to informing you about how we collect, use and process your personal data.

This Personal Data Protection Charter (hereinafter the “Charter”) describes our practices with regard to the information we collect about our beneficiaries, members and donors, based on the objectives we pursue.

Please read this Charter carefully to understand how we treat your personal data.

The “Effective Date” at the top of this page indicates when our Charter was last revised.

By using our services, you consent to the collection and processing of personal data concerning you in the manner set out below.


According to European Data Protection Regulation no. 2016/679, “Personal Data” is “any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person; is deemed to be an “identifiable natural person” a natural person who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier, such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier, or to one or more specific elements specific to its physical, physiological, genetic, psychological, economic, cultural or social identity ”.


We determine the purposes and means of processing Personal Data concerning you. As such, we are responsible for processing within the meaning of applicable regulations and legislation.

Our offices are located at 31, Rue Mazenod – F-69003 Lyon – France and we can be reached on +33 (0) 4 37 20 04 62 as well as at the following e-mail address: contact @ lyon-continental-freight .com

Personal Data concerning you is collected when you register as a beneficiary, member and / or donor, at each collection form that you complete and during each update of the Personal Data concerning you.



The Personal Data processed by Lyon Continental Freight are as follows:

lastnames and firstnames) ;
mailing address (es) and email address (es);
landline and / or mobile phone number (s);
date and place of birth ;
age ;
photography ;
bank details;
IP adress.



We collect and process Personal Data concerning you within the limits of that strictly necessary for the performance of our missions, in order to ensure its effectiveness and allow its improvement.

More specifically, we use Personal Data about you for the following reasons:

organization of coaching workshops for our beneficiaries;
putting our beneficiaries in touch with companies to obtain internships;
making contact with beneficiaries, members and donors;
fundraising organization;
management of donations;
management of contributions;

The categories of internal recipients of Personal Data concerning you are:

the accounting department;
the communication department.

The collection and processing of Personal Data concerning you is based on your consent. By completing the collection forms, you consent to our processing your data.

You can withdraw your consent at any time by writing to the following email address:

If you do not provide the required data, we will not be able to respond favorably to your requests, whether you are a beneficiary, member and / or donor.



We do not transfer Personal Data about you.


We implement the organizational and technical, software and physical measures, in terms of digital security, necessary to protect your Personal Data, in particular against any destruction, deterioration, modification, loss, disclosure or access in an accidental, unauthorized or illegal or any form of illegal processing.

We issue authorizations to access our information system only to those who need them to perform their duties. We make our employees and volunteers aware of the protection of Personal Data made available to them as part of their duties and we ensure that they comply with the rules in force.

However, it should be noted that the Internet is not a completely secure environment, so we cannot guarantee the security of the transmission or storage of information.


Cookies installed on your equipment

When viewing our website, information relating to your browsing on your terminal may be saved in the cookie files installed on the latter, subject to the choices you have made and which you can modify at any time.

By browsing our website, you consent to the installation and use of cookies placed by said site. You can accept or refuse the installation of cookies on your terminal under the conditions described below.

Only the issuer of a cookie is likely to read or modify the information contained therein.
What is a cookie ?
The National Commission for Informatics and Freedoms (hereinafter the “CNIL”) defines a cookie as:

“(…) A small computer file, a plotter, deposited and read for example when consulting a website, reading an e-mail, installing or using software or a mobile application, regardless of the type of terminal used (computer, smartphone, digital e-reader, video game console connected to the Internet, etc.).

The term “cookie” covers for example:

HTTP cookies;
“flash” cookies;
the result of the calculation of the fingerprint in the case of “fingerprinting” (calculation of a unique identifier of the machine based on elements of its configuration for tracing purposes);
invisible pixels or “web bugs”;
any other identifier generated by software or an operating system, for example. ”
We do not use web type cookies or “flash” cookies. [To confirm]

In this charter, we refer to all the tracers deposited and read on your terminal by the term “Cookies”.

Important consent information

The deposit or reading of certain Cookies does not require the prior collection of your consent, either because they do not process any Personal Data concerning you, or because they are strictly necessary for the provision of the service you request.

It is not possible to place or read Cookies other than those mentioned in the previous paragraph without your prior consent.

You can, at any time, oppose the storage or reading of the Cookies that we use, either by deleting them from your devices, or by modifying your browser settings, as described below.

What cookies do we use?

When you browse our site, first-party cookies and third-party cookies may be installed on your terminals.

First-party cookies are set on the domains you visit. These are cookies that are necessary for the site to function or which improve navigation and interactivity. They are exclusively subject to the conditions of this Charter;
Third-party cookies are created, deposited and used by partner companies on our behalf, for the purposes of improving the display functions of the site (operating cookies), audience measurement (analytical cookies) and time sharing. real (sharing cookies). The issuance and use of third-party cookies are subject to the “cookie” policies of these third parties. We inform you of the purpose of the Cookies of which we are aware and of the means at your disposal to make choices with regard to these Cookies. We take the necessary measures to ensure the protection of your Personal Data, in particular by requesting the anonymization of your IP address and by limiting the retention period of these Cookies to their maximum, in accordance with the provisions of this Charter.

We present to you below the four types of Cookies that we use.

1. Cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the site
Cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the site are essential for your browsing on our website. They thus allow you to maintain your connection to our site and to secure it.

These Cookies can use Personal Data that you have previously entered and saved.

Without these cookies, you may not be able to use all the features of our website. We therefore advise against deleting them. If you still wish to delete them, simply follow the procedure described below (see paragraph “How to configure your browser”).

2. Functionality cookies
Functionality cookies are intended to ensure smooth and personalized navigation on our website. They are not essential for navigation but allow us to optimize the operation of our website, in particular the display of pages according to your preferences or your connectivity.

If you do not consider these Cookies useful, you can deactivate them using the procedure described below (see paragraph “How to configure your browser”).

3. Analytical cookies
Analytical cookies allow us to know the performance and use that is made of our website. These cookies aim to improve the interest and quality of our services by having access to statistics relating to the volumes of visits and the use of our website. They also aim to detect browsing problems that may arise and improve the performance and functionality of our website.

These cookies collect information about the pages you visit, including the number of pages viewed, date and time, number of visits, your activity on our website, your return frequency and in some cases your IP address. . They only process data relating to your browsing on our website, which can be read during one of your subsequent visits.

If you do not wish to participate in improving our services, you can deactivate these cookies by using the procedure described below (see paragraph “How to configure your browser”).

4. Sharing cookies (links to social networks)
Our website contains sharing links to Facebook, Twitter as well as to other social networks which are not governed by the provisions of this Charter. We invite you to consult the privacy protection policies of the various social networks to which you connect in order to be aware of their purposes of use, in particular advertising, and the browsing information they can collect using these buttons. sharing.

Sharing cookies allow you to distribute content from our website to third parties. When you use these sharing buttons, a third-party cookie is installed. If you are connected to one or more social networks while browsing our website, the sharing buttons allow you to associate the content that you have viewed on our website with your user account of the social network (s) according to the conditions. use of the latter.

If you do not want a social network to link the information collected through our website to the user account of the relevant social network, you must log out of that social network before visiting our website. In any case, the use of plug-ins or buttons is operated by these social networks and is exclusively governed by the conditions binding you to the social network of which you are a member.

How to configure your browser, smartphone and software components?

Any settings you can make will likely change your browsing on our website as well as your conditions of access to certain services requiring the use of cookies.

You can authorize or refuse the recording of Cookies in your terminal and modify the settings of the latter at any time.

If you have accepted the registration of Cookies in your browser, they are stored in a dedicated area of ​​your terminal.

If you refuse the storage of Cookies in your terminal or if you delete those that are saved there, you will no longer be able to benefit from a certain number of functions that are nevertheless necessary for browsing certain areas of our website. If necessary, we decline all responsibility for the consequences related to the degraded functioning of our website resulting from the impossibility for us to save or consult the Cookies necessary for its functioning and which you have deleted or refused.

1. How to configure your browser?
Most browsers accept Cookies by default. However, you can decide to block these Cookies or ask your browser to warn you when a site tries to install a Cookie on your device.

Please refer to your browser’s help menu to configure Cookies according to your preferences. Below are the links to the cookie setting instructions for the main browsers:

Internet Explorer:
Opera: http: //
2. How do you configure your privacy settings on your smartphone?
You can choose to reset your advertising ID and change your smartphone’s privacy settings.

To configure your privacy settings:

Android system:
Apple system:

More generally, we invite you to consult the “Your traces” section of the CNIL website:

How long do we keep cookies?

We take care to limit the retention period of Cookies as much as possible while offering you a personalized quality service.

Type of Cookie Data collected Purpose Retention period
Cookies necessary for the operation of the site Technical identifier Maintenance of the session and security Duration of the session
Functional cookies Customer information, User preferences Smooth and personalized navigation 13 months
Analytical cookies Internet pages consulted Statistics on site visits 13 months
Sharing cookies Information available from each relevant third party Share content from our sites on social networks 13 months

In application of the regulations applicable to personal data, you have the following rights:

right of access [1], rectification and erasure of Personal Data concerning you, by writing to the following email address:
right to request restriction of processing by writing to the following address:
right to object to processing;
right to portability of Personal Data concerning you;
right to lodge a complaint with the National Commission for Computing and Liberties (CNIL).

We keep the Personal Data of our beneficiaries for the time necessary for your support, plus a period of 5 years. This period may be extended in the event of a dispute.

With regard to donors, your Personal Data will not be kept beyond two unsuccessful solicitations.

Finally, with regard to members, your Personal Data is erased immediately after your departure, unless you agree to it.

We undertake to delete Personal Data concerning you once their usefulness has passed.


We reserve the right to make any modification to this Policy at any time.

If we make a modification to this Charter, we undertake to publish the new version on our site.

[1] Before implementing the right of access, we may ask you for proof of your identity in order to verify its accuracy.