Cookies are small data files which are downloaded from a website to your computer, tablet or mobile while you browse.
They are intended to make a website easier to use. They may store details such as your personal settings or what you have in a shopping cart, so you don't need to enter the information again.
Using cookies does not allow us to identify users personally - the information gathered is aggregated and is therefore anonymous.
Social media cookies
Managing and deleting cookies
It is usually possible to disable cookies in your browser, or to stop your browser from accepting cookies from our website and third party services.
You can find settings to control and manage cookies in the options or preferences section of your browser:
- Safari for iOS (mobile) or for Macintosh (desktop)
- Microsoft Edge
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
If you are concerned about third party cookies, such as those generated by advertising platforms, the Your Online Choices site allows you to control and turn off third-party cookies.
The companies providing these advertising platforms are represented by a trade body called Network Advertising Initiative – their site provides detailed information about such companies. They have also provided a website you can use to control third-party online advertising.
Please note that these websites mention many more third-party advertising and tracking services than ActionAid uses.
Which cookies does ActionAid UK use?
You can find the list of our cookies on CookieHub, our Consent Management Platform (CMP). Click 'manage cookie preferences' on the cookie banner at the bottom of the page or, if you have already accepted cookie settings, click on the cog on the left-hand side of the screen.