Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners (Interfaith Outreach) maintains the highest level of respect for the privacy of our website guests and readers. This statement of privacy applies to collection, use and security of, and access to information that may be obtained through the use of the Interfaith Outreach website (iocp.org). By using the iocp.org website, and/or providing your personal information to Interfaith Outreach, you consent to the data practices described in this statement.
1.0 Collecting Personal Information: General
We respect the privacy of every visitor to our website and everyone in our community. Your contact information will never be bought or sold at any time. We do not collect any personal information about you at our website unless you voluntarily provide it. We define “personal information” as information that personally identifies you or allows us to contact you (i.e. name, address, phone number or email address).
1.1 Collecting Personal Information: Donors
Interfaith Outreach collects and uses personal information from donors that includes: name, address, telephone number, email address and donor comments when a donor voluntarily provides it. In addition, Interfaith Outreach keeps a record of each donor’s giving history. This information is kept on file for the Internal Revenue Service and is also used in our development process to analyze overall giving patterns in order to guide strategy and budget assumptions.
Interfaith Outreach does not sell, trade, rent or share personal information of our donors, except as provided below.
Interfaith Outreach will occasionally use personal information such as email, telephone number or address in order to (1) distribute receipts, (2) thank, (3) inform about news/events/opportunities supporting the mission, (4) analyze data, (5) maintain accurate record keeping, and (6) report to relevant U.S. and state agencies (these reports are not for public inspection).
Interfaith Outreach may publicly recognize donors in communications unless the donor explicitly chooses the “anonymous” field when donating by mail or online.
2.0 Use of your Personal Information
When you do provide us personal information as you take action to email, donate, register for an event, opt into offers, complete an online survey, or other similar actions, we will only use this information to (1) act upon the action you request (2) make the website easier for you to use by not making you enter your personal information each time you visit, (3) help you quickly find services and support, (4) help us create and deliver content most relevant to you, and (5) alert you to opportunities or updated information from Interfaith.
We will not sell, license, transmit or disclose your personal information outside of Interfaith Outreach unless (1) you expressly authorize us to do so, (2) it is necessary to allow our partner service providers, representatives, or agents to serve you or us, (3) it is necessary to provide you access to our events, activities, products or services, (4) it is necessary to protect and defend the rights or property of Interfaith Outreach, (5) it is necessary to act in urgent circumstances to protect the personal safety of Interfaith Outreach stakeholders, visitors to Interfaith Outreach’s website or the public, or (6) otherwise as we are required or permitted by law.
On occasion, Interfaith Outreach may share your personal information with our vendors and other partners that help us with our activities and programs, including sending postal mail and processing donations and event registration. These vendors and other partners are bound by strict confidentiality rules and are permitted to use the personal information only to support Interfaith Outreach operations.
3.0 Communications Preferences
We may contact you with relevant content. We may send these communications via email, postal mail, phone or other communication channels. You always have the ability to manage your communications preferences. If you no longer wish to receive communications from us, please (1) follow the “Unsubscribe” instructions at the bottom of our emails and your preferences will be honored as you direct and as our systems allow (please allow us a reasonable period of time in order to satisfy your request, as some communications may already be in process), or (2) remove yourself from other communications by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
to inform us about your preferences.
4.0 Email Contact Form
We appreciate your questions and comments through the “contact” form
on our website. We will share your messages with those within our organization who may be able to address the issues contained in your message. We may archive your message for a certain period of time or discard it.
5.0 Security of your Personal Information
We have internal data privacy and security policies in place that govern both who has access to these databases and how the data is used. We maintain appropriate physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect your personal information and to help prevent unauthorized access to and improper use of personally identifiable information. No website or electronic data can ever be completely secure, but we are always working to maintain up-to-date and appropriate security mechanisms.
There is information about your computer hardware and software that is automatically collected by Interfaith Outreach using Google Analytics and other tools. This information is used to maintain quality of service and to provide general statistics regarding use of the Interfaith website so we can continue to provide resources and information most helpful to our site visitors.
The Interfaith Outreach website assigns a personal identification number and sends it to your computer in the form of a small text file, called a “cookie.” Cookies are files with small amounts of data that is commonly used. Cookies will track only your activity relating to or connected to this website, and will not track your other Internet activity. Our cookies do not gather personally identifiable information. If you choose to reject cookies, you may not be able to use certain online services or website features. For example, if you choose to not have your browser accept cookies from Interfaith Outreach’s website, you will need to re-enter your personal information each time you attempt to fill out an online form such as an event registration or donation form.
7.0 Links to Other Websites
For your convenience, we may provide links to other websites and web pages that we do not control. We cannot be responsible for the privacy practices of any websites or pages not under our control, and we do not endorse any of these websites or pages, the services or products described or offered on such sites or pages, or any of the content contained on those sites or pages.
8.0 Transfer of Information
Interfaith Outreach is headquartered in the United States of America. Any personal information you provide may be stored and maintained in a secure database in the United States. If you are a resident of a country other than the United States and provide us with your information, you consent to the transfer of your data into the United States.
10.0 Changes to this Policy
Interfaith Outreach may update this Policy at any time, and from time to time and we will post any changes to this page.
11.0 Contacting Us
If you have any questions about this Policy or would like to learn more about how we protect privacy, please email us at email@example.com or write to us at Interfaith Outreach, 1605 County Road 101 N, Plymouth, MN, USA ATTN: Webmaster. SUBJECT: Privacy Statement Questions.