Privacy & Security

Project Jonah is committed to protecting your privacy. We want to provide a safe and secure experience on our website. The information you provide remains private and is only used for the purposes outlined below. The identity of anyone who contacts us through this website is kept confidential. We don't rent, sell or exchange our contact lists.

Our site uses security encrypted response forms when financial details are required. The security we use between your browser and our website is SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). To confirm that your browser supports SSL security, you should see a yellow solid key on a blue background (Netscape), or a yellow padlock (Netscape or Internet Explorer).

From these willingly submitted forms, we collect:
Contact information
Your contact information, such as your address details, email or telephone numbers, is used to process donations, provide receipts, send information about Project Jonah, and to get in touch with you from time to time.
Unique identifiers
Unique identifiers, such as your Project Jonah supporter number, are collected to assist us in matching your current details with our records.
Financial information
Financial information, such as your credit card number, will be collected in order to process the donation or purchase that you have made.

Giving you control

Project Jonah may send you communications that we feel are appropriate to the nature of your relationship with us. For example, if you have trained as a Marine Mammal Medic you may receive stranding updates. If you make a donation to an emergency appeal, you may receive information about future emergency appeals.

If at any stage you feel that you are receiving communications from us that you do not want, please call us on 09 302 3106 and let us know. Alternately you can email us at

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