Types of Information We Collect and How It Is Used
We gather personal information when voluntarily submitted by you on-line. When we refer to “personal information” we mean any information about an identifiable individual, whether it concerns your e-mail address or where you live. If you make an on-line request for information, personal
information will be collected from you in order to reply.
If you use our forums, personal information may be collected from you in order to process your posts and provide you with a personalized browsing experience.
We may use personal information collected from you on-line to send you information about new fundraising campaigns or new information posted to the website. We may also send you our newsletter, service announcements about the site and invite you to participate in on-line surveys. If you elect not to receive these materials, we will not send them to you.
Sharing of Personal Information
Third party service providers may be engaged by us to perform a variety of functions, such as to mail our brochures or to provide technical services for our Web site, etc. These third party providers have access to personal information if needed to perform the functions for which they are retained. However, we direct that those companies may only use such personal information for the purpose of performing their roles and may not use it for any other purpose. In these cases, when information is shared, we will demand reasonable assurance that the third parties will protect your information in conformity with our privacy practices.
We do reserve the right to divulge personal information if it is required by law.
You are in control of any personal information you provide to us on-line. If, at any time, you would like to update or correct the personal information we have about you or if you wish to request that we do not send you any brochures about our educational activities, fundraising campaigns or other initiatives, you may let us know by contacting us at the address below.
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Links to Other sites
Visitors should be aware that the Children Of Hope’s site might contain links to third party sites that are covered by their own privacy policies.
How to Contact Us
Children Of Hope
Suite # B-05,
1825 Markham Road,
Toronto, ON. M1B 4Z9
Children of Hope © 2013
(Registered Charity No: 84038 4879 RR0001)