Cookies are small text files saved on the user's computer or other mobile device while using the website (they do not contain any personal data). These files are used, among others, for: using various functions provided on a given website or confirming that a given user has seen certain content from a given website.

  1. Cookies include those that are necessary for the operation of the services offered by the Administrator. Cookies in this category are used to provide:
    • maintaining the user session;
    • saving the user's session state;
    • enabling authorization using the Login Service;
    • saving information necessary for the operation of the online shopping cart in the case of online purchases;
    • monitoring the availability of services.
  2. Another category of cookies are files that are not necessary to use the services offered by the Administrator, but make their use easier. They are used to enable:
    • restore user session;
    • checking whether cookies are functioning properly;
    • enabling automatic login to the service ("remember me" option);
    • display recently viewed products in the online store.
  3. The administrator of a given website may also use the services of third parties that use cookies for the following purposes:
    • monitoring traffic on the Administrator's website;
    • collecting anonymous, aggregate statistics;
    • controlling how often selected content is shown to users;
    • studying newsletter subscriptions;
    • use of a communication tool;
    • integration with the social networking site;
    • online payments.

To Get There Foundation uses cookies to provide services at the highest level. Using our website means that they will be stored on your device. You can change your browser settings at any time. Additionally, using our website constitutes acceptance of the clause for the processing of personal data provided electronically.

The together-software website uses cookies only for anonymous statistical purposes and to remember your acceptance of this policy.

In most web browsers, you can: delete cookies from your computer's hard drive (from the browser settings), block all sent cookies or set a warning before saving them on your hard drive.

Please note that changing the settings of these files by restricting their use may affect some of the functionalities available on websites that use them, e.g. by preventing logging in. If you do not change these settings, you accept the use of cookies.

Below we show you how to change cookie settings in the most popular web browsers:

Google Chrome
Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings > Privacy > Content settings > Cookies – select the appropriate option.

Internet Explorer
Menu > Tools > Internet Options > Privacy – select the appropriate option.

Mozilla Firefox
Menu > Options > Privacy > History – select the appropriate option.

Menu > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies – select the appropriate option.

Menu > Preferences > Privacy > Cookies and website data – select the appropriate option.