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Our Cookie Policy

Our website may use browser cookies to help keep track of your visit. A “cookie” is a small amount of data that is sent from a web server to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive. 

Use of cookies may allow us to provide a higher quality, more relevant, user experience. The use of cookies may also allow CPI to automate portions of the website so that you will not need to re-enter your password or data each time you visit. 

We may also use cookies to track which areas of the website are most popular with our users and to further CPI’s understanding concerning the overall use of the site. With most Internet Browsers, you can erase cookies from your computer hard drive, block all cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is stored on your computer. 

Once you have given your consent to use cookies we shall store a cookie on your computer or device to remember this for next time. If you wish to withdraw consent at any time you will need to delete our cookies using your web browsers settings. Please note that certain sections or functionalities of the website may be inaccessible to you if your browser does not accept cookies.

Please refer to your browser instructions to learn more about these functions and how to use them.

Further information about Cookies, the ones we use on and how to remove or disable them is detailed below. You may also be interested in reading our privacy policy.

What are Cookies?

A Cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer or device. Each Cookie is unique to your web browser and contains an anonymous identifier so that a website can recognise you when you return using the same browser.

Most websites use Cookies in order to improve your user experience by enabling the site to ‘remember’ you, either for the duration of your visit (using a ‘Session Cookie’) or for repeat visits (using a ‘Persistent Cookie’).

Cookies do a variety of different jobs, like storing your preferences, remembering you are logged in and generally improving your user experience. If a website does not use cookies, it will think you are a new user every time you visit.

Cookies may be set by the website you are visiting (‘1st Party Cookies’) or they may be set by a 3rd party plugin/module or software used by the site you are viewing (‘3rd Party Cookies’).

How do I manage or refuse cookies?

If you don’t want to accept a cookie you can use your browser or device settings to deny or accept individual or all cookies. The procedure varies depending on browser or device so please visit your browser or device’s settings or help section for more details. Additional information on managing third party cookie opt-outs is included below in our ‘Third Party Cookies’ section

Please be aware that some functionality on our websites requires the use of cookies, and as such, disabling these might impact your experiences using our website.

Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better website by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not. A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us.

Cookies Used by the Centre for Public Impact Website

We use a combination of 1st Party and 3rd party Cookies on this website in order to monitor visitor usage levels, to help improve site performance and to enhance your user experience. This includes both session Cookies (which expire once you close your web browser) and persistent Cookies (which stay on your computer until you delete them).

We work with carefully selected suppliers for any 3rd party Cookies used on this website. These enable certain features to improve your user experience such as forms, videos and content sharing through social networking sites.

We have tried to ensure that our website users have full visibility of all Cookies used on this site. In order to help you recognise which Cookies may be placed on your browser when you visit this site, we have compiled a list below. This list outlines the details of each Cookie, their name, the provider, party/type and their specific purpose.

We have tried to include all Cookies that you may encounter when visiting this site. If you notice a discrepancy or think a Cookie is missing, then please let us know by email at

Google Analytics Cookies

We use Google Analytics to collect information about how visitors use and access this website. This information is used to compile reports to help us improve the site performance and your user experience.

Google Analytics uses 1st Party Cookies to report on visitor interactions. These Cookies collect anonymous information about visitors such as: number of visitors, new or returning visitors, referring sites and pages they have visited.

These Cookies are specific to the domain and cannot be accessed from any other domain. Information collected is only used by Centre for Public Impact to monitor your activity on this website and is not shared with Google or any other 3rd party’s.

Google Analytics uses the Cookies detailed below:

Google AdWords / DoubleClick Cookies

We use Google AdWords and remarketing from time to time to advertise our services. In order to improve the targeting and success of this advertising, we collect information about how these visitors use our website. This allows us to make better use of our paid search budget.

Adwords and DoubleClick cookies we use are listed below.

For more information about how Google uses cookies in advertising please click here.

Hubspot Cookies

We use HubSpot as our inbound sales and marketing platform to help nurture and attract new people to our website. HubSpot helps us collect information about visitor usage patterns to help us improve our website and deliver better content.

HubSpot uses 1st Party Cookies to report on visitor interactions. These are specific to the domain and cannot be accessed from any other domain. Information collected is only used by the Centre for Public Impact to monitor your activity on this website and is not shared with 3rd party’s.

Sharethis Cookies

We use a 'Sharethis' widget to make it easier to share content found on the Centre for Public Impact website. The cookies are set by Sharethis, you can find out more information and choose to opt-out on their website here