Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

General information – contact data

Nomadic UnityHub Foundation

Unique Identifier: 177168015,
with headquarters and management address: Sofia 1505, Slatina“, 22 Galabets Str.

phone.: +359889079303, e-mail:


General Information – Nomadic UnityHub

Nomadic UnityHub Foundation (a.k.a. the Foundation) is established with the mission to revive life in Bulgarian villages. It represents an innovative union which mission is to revive and inspire free lifestyle and economic independence in rural areas in Bulgaria by transforming them into social incubators for exchange of experience, knowledge, creativity, entrepreneurship and international practices.

We localize and enrich abandoned rural houses, which we turn into social centres for exchange of experience, knowledge, creativity and international practices. These are houses that are inhabited by digital nomads, freelancers, start-ups and all those who continue to search and challenge themselves.

In collecting and processing your personal data, the Foundation is subject to a number of laws and regulations that govern how such actions are to be performed, for what purposes and what safeguards to be implemented to protect personal data. Relevant regulations include, but are not limited to, the General Regulation on Personal Data Protection (Regulation (EU) 679/2016), the Personal Data Protection Act, any secondary legislation issued on their basis, etc.

This Privacy Notification aims to provide information in a transparent manner about your personal data collected and processed by the Nomadic UnityHub Foundation.

If you have additional questions or would like to contact us in regards with your rights, you can contact our Data Protection Officer by e-mail:


1. Why do we collect your personal data

We collect your personal data:

– in order to be able to carry out the activities and objectives of our foundation, some of which are related to raising funds, building a community of contributors, etc .;

– in connection with our legal obligations and in the course of our legitimate activities as a foundation – to keep in touch with you in regards with the Foundation’s goals;

– in connection with our legal obligations arising from our activities related to “coliving”, accommodation, etc .;

– on the basis of contractual relations between us;

– in connection with your participation in our (organized by us) events, workshops, projects, programs, campaigns and other initiatives;

– to protect our and/or your legitimate interests, which we will notify you for in advance

Except in cases where we collect your personal data on the basis of a law, contract, or to protect our and/or your legitimate interests, we will request your explicit consent for the particular purpose. You may withdraw your consent at a later stage.


2. What data do we collect

Generally, in order to fulfill our legitimate objectives and to conduct our business, we collect and process the following categories of personal data:

– name of a natural person (including name of a natural person, representing a legal entity – as the mandate or the contact person), position in the respective company/organization;

– email, phone number;

– identity card details – in specific cases, such as when staying in ZeLLin House;

– history of donation – for our contributors;

– letters/emails and other correspondence with us;

– video and photo images of visitors to our events;

– video images of video surveillance in the yard of “ZeLLin House”, where various events and events are sometimes held. We use video surveillance to guard and protect the Foundation’s property.

At your visit to ZeLLin House, it is possible to become part of the videos we make in the yard for the reasons outlined above. It is important to know that we have taken the necessary technical and organizational measures to protect your privacy and that video recordings are stored and destroyed in accordance with our strict internal rules, in accordance with the law.

– our website collects cookies – cookies are information stored in your browser. They are used to save the settings and identifiers required for some of the services provided on our website. Cookies contain information that helps us improve the functionality of the website. If you do not want us to do this, you can set up your browser by restricting cookies. You should keep in mind that the website may not function normally and reliably without some of them.

Third-party cookies – Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Youtube, can apply content sharing cookies to social networks or to produce access statistics. The presence, number and status of such cookies may depend on your use of these platforms before or during your visit to the Foundation’s website. We invite you to familiarize yourself with the policy of managing these cookies from social networks on their respective websites.


3. How do we collect your data

Generally we collect the data:

– directly from you – through forms you fill in, emails you send us, phone calls with you, etc .;

– through our website;

– through our social and other pages and through our Internet sharing channels;

– sometimes we also collect your data from public sources, respecting the rules of these sources.

Data from public sources/registers are limited to:

– data to contact you

– publicly available information about the persons representing your organization.

When we contact you, we will tell you where we have your personal information from in case we did not collect it personally.

We note that most of our events are public and photos are being taken on most of them. This is necessary because of the nature of our activity and in achieving our mission, ideals, goals and good ideas that we want to become accessible, accepted and supported by an increasing number of people. The photos taken are only used for this purpose and the focus of the materials where you may be presented is on our goals and activities as a foundation, not on the individual. If you believe that these actions would violate your privacy in a way that is unpleasant to you, you may object to and warn us before the start of the event that you do not wish to be photographed. In order to maximize your privacy, we can, for example, give you a place with a smaller angle of capture. Typically, the faces of the pictures are recognized and tied to the activity that we exercise and we are proud of.


4. What do we use your personal data for

For the most part, we collect personal data from you that allow us to identify you and make contact with you, incl. in relation to the objectives of the Foundation.

We also use your personal information:

  • to create and develop successful relationships and partnerships;
  • to provide you with a service that you need (including accommodations, participation in forums, lectures, seminars);
  • in order to implement the auxiliary functions – accounting, protection of our legitimate interests, etc.

We may send you information about our activities, projects, initiatives and services that you would be interested in. This information may be part of our newsletter that you have been willing to receive or we are sending you on another legal basis. If you do not wish to receive our newsletter in the future, you can unsubscribe by sending us an email to


5. Who do we share your personal data with

We share your personal data only with selected suppliers. These vendors perform services that support our activity, such as our website support. They usually only have access to a strict and minimal amount of data and are forbidden to use them for purposes other than providing the particular service, as well as sharing them with others.


We may share your data with our partners, and we will notify you in advance of each specific sharing and will only share your data with your explicit consent.

We do not share data beyond what is necessary and beyond what you have allowed us to do.

We take care of your data by requesting and expecting the same from our partners, whether they are processors, joint administrators or individual administrators.

Our activity is subject to internal and external auditing to prevent possible misuse of grants, etc. This is one of the cases in which third parties may have access to your personal data.

Other cases are if, for example, we use a courier or postal service to deliver a particular shipment to your address, or when we would be required by law to provide certain information to the public authorities entitled to request it.

It is possible to publish (on our website, on social networks and media, as well as on the Internet sharing channels we use) the results of our specific programs and projects or to post donation information, by indicating who the winners of the project are or who has been approved for the program or donated an amount. In these cases, we comply with the requirement for a minimum amount of data, usually publishing only your two names. If you do not want your two names to be published, we give you the opportunity to announce only your nickname or not to have any information about you in the public domain.


6. Social networks and platforms we use

  1. A) Our foundation uses platforms and companies that provide us services in connection with our website, newsletter and more. They may have access to your data that we collect.

Each service provider has its own Privacy Policy, a link to which is listed below.

While we have carefully checked the policies of our service providers and believe that they provide adequate protection of your rights, we would like to inform you in advance that these rules are not under our control and may change in the short term:

– Mailchimp (we use their services to send our newsletter):

– Google Analytics (we use their services to analyse website attendance):,


  1. B) Our foundation uses the following social networks and media channels to meet its goals and to reach a larger audience of people sharing our views and beliefs:

Facebook – you can learn about Facebook Privacy Policy: When you use your Facebook account to join a Facebook group set up by our Foundation in connection with its activities, goals, programs and initiatives, we process your personal data that you have made available to your account through the appropriate settings on the social page. We use this data to identify you in order to approve your request to join the group and possibly contact you.

Instagram – you can learn about Instagram Privacy Policy:

LinkedIn – you can learn about LinkedIn Privacy Policy:

YouTube – we can share video of past events via our YouTube channel. You can learn about YouTube Privacy Policy:


7. Children

In general, the foundation doesn’t require or collects children’s personal data.

There is an exception when it might be possible to collect chidlren’s personal data and that would be when we accommodate kids on their arrival at ZeLLin House. If this is the case, that would be according to the legislation. Tha data would be given by the parents or people with parental rights.


8. How and how long do we store your personal data

We store your data by applying appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect it.

We keep your data for strictly limited terms which allows us to protect your interests as well as ours. For partners and organizations with whom we work together on a project, program, event or for organizations we support, we store the data in a timely manner for our and your protection, and for the protection of those who have trusted us.

In cases where such time limits are provided, we store your personal data for the time limits specified in the applicable laws, depending on the purpose for which the data was collected.

In the absence of such legal terms, we retain your personal data for a reasonable period of time determined on the basis of additional criteria. The criteria are in line with the Foundation’s objectives, aiming at the normal development of our relationships and at requiring minimum action from your side for the storage of your personal data when re-providing data.

When the personal data we collect is no longer necessary for the purposes mentioned, we delete or destroy them in another appropriate manner.


9. Your rights

You have the right to request access to your personal data at any time. You have a right to know what categories of personal data we process for you and for what we use them, how we store them; you also have the right to receive information about the personal data being processed and any available information about their origin unless it is a secret by law. To exercise your access rights, please send us a request for access. In the rare cases in which we can not provide access to your personal information within a period of not more than 1 month, we will give you the reasons.

You also have the right to request to correct any inaccuracies in your personal data. The request for access to or updating of your personal data can be sent to: Sofia, 1505, Slatina, 22 Galabets Str.

Beyond the above rights, you have the right to request:

– deletion of your personal information;

– limitation of the processing of your personal information for a certain period of time;

– oppose processing;

– portability of data.


The listed rights depend on the particular reason why we process your personal data.

In some cases, we are legally obliged to store your personal data. In such cases, it will not be possible to delete your personal data from our systems.

We strive always to meet your requests when these requests are admissible and reasonable and to provide you with an answer within the statutory time limit. On rare occasions, we may need to extend this deadline, but not more than the maximum legal limit allowed.

If you believe that we are violating your rights, you may contact us to investigate the matter.

Right to appeal:

You also have the right to file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Commission (CPDP) if you believe that we are violating your guaranteed by the data protection law rights. Up-to-date information on how to exercise the right to complain to CPDP can be found at: – the site of the supervisor.


10. Updating

This notice is regularly reviewed and updated by us in order to be as clear, precise and transparent as possible and to cover emerging changes (if necessary). We invite you to be informed about these changes through our website or by requesting information from a Foundation representative.

Last update – 28/05/2019

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