InFaith Community Foundation maintains high standards for the protection of privacy over the Internet. The purpose of this statement is to explain the type of information the foundation obtains about visitors to our website, how that information is obtained, how it is used and how visitors can restrict its use or disclosure.
The only information the foundation obtains about individual visitors to our website is information supplied voluntarily by the visitor. This means you can visit our website without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself.
To gauge the effectiveness of our website, we do collect some generic information about our visitors. This information does not reveal a visitor's identity. For example, our web server automatically recognizes a visitor's domain information, the webpage from which a visitor enters our site, which pages a visitor visits on our site, and how much time a visitor spends on each page. We aggregate this information and use it to evaluate and improve our website.
You can choose to provide identifiable information about yourself to the foundation by sending us an email or submitting a web form. When visitors supply information about themselves for a specific purpose, the foundation uses the information for that purpose only (such as to provide information a visitor has requested).
With regard to donors who access the donor portion of the website, any information provided by the foundation regarding your specific gift or charitable fund is accessible only through use of the password you select. The Foundation ensures the security of available information through Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) with 128-bit encryption. Donors can help protect their gift information by using their password carefully and by choosing a password that is difficult for someone to guess.
The Foundation does not sell or disclose individually identifiable information obtained online about our visitors to anyone outside of the foundation unless you specifically authorize it, it is required by law, and/or disclosure is necessary to protect the safety of employees or property.
The Foundation may use email to respond to visitors' emails and send information a visitor has requested. If you receive an unwanted email from us, you can simply unsubscribe, or reply asking to not receive future emails.
InFaith Community Foundation is committed to safeguarding visitor privacy on the website. We require our employees to protect the privacy of information about our website visitors. You can feel confident your individually identifiable information will be protected when you provide it to us.
To improve the services to it can offer you, the foundation may opt to expand its capabilities for obtaining information about its website visitors in the future. InFaith Community Foundation will update this privacy statement continually to ensure you are aware of developments in this area.
Updated May 5, 2014