Effective March 20, 2019
We will not knowingly allow any minor to register for services, make donations, or access any areas which require registration.
Information We Collect
We may collect and maintain information about you so that we can process donations or donation requests, or otherwise conduct research, or to perform our necessary business functions.
We require you to share your personal information with us for some of our online activities. Personal information is any information that identities you and describes your relationship with AF Foundation. Some examples of the personal information that we may collect include information:
* You give us, such as: name, address, age, marital status, Social Security number, annual income, and other financial information. This includes information that you or your authorized representative may provide on applications or forms.
* About your transactional activity, such as grant recommendations or contributions.
* Information obtained from any other sources that is obtained with your consent or the consent of your authorized representative.
How We Protect Information About You
We maintain appropriate physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to maintain the confidentiality and security of your personal information. We restrict access to personal information about you to those employees who need to know information to provide products or services to you. Physical and electronic files are kept in secure areas. We educate our employees about the importance of confidentiality and customer privacy. We also enforce employee privacy responsibilities. Our handling and protection of your personal information is governed by a range of state and federal laws, rules and regulations. Information you may consent to provide using the Internet is afforded the same protection as it would be if you provided it in writing, by phone or in conversation with one of our representatives. We collect, retain and share your personal information only for particular business-related purposes and only as authorized by state and federal law. For example, we may share your information with vendors that assist us with account administration or data processing.
What do we track and record?
You are not required to provide personal information or reveal your identity to browse our public website.
When visitors access our public pages our web servers may log the IP address (the numeric Internet address of a computer). We do not link IP addresses to any personal information. IP address tracking allows us to track a visitor's session but the visitor remains anonymous. This provides information about parts of the site visited and the length of time spent there. We also record the information your browser provides about browser type and version. We use this information to administer our system and improve the information and services offered on our public website.
Information may also be collected by AF Foundation when you voluntarily provide it to us. In this case, we collect only the information you voluntarily provide and use it only for the specific purpose it was provided.
This website may also use Facebook Pixel or similar remarketing programs that employ tracking cookies. Remarketing cookies allow us to show ads to you as you visit other websites.
Will you honor my Do Not Track requests?
What about e-mail addresses?
We only capture the e-mail address of visitors to our public site who request information, select e-mail as the preferred response, and provide us an e-mail address. We do not use e-mail addresses provided in this manner for e-mail mass marketing.
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