We place a high value on your privacy. This notice explains our online information policies and the choices you can make regarding how your information is collected and used to further protect your privacy. We post this notice on our site and at every place where personally identifiable information may be asked to make it simple to locate. We Gather the Following Data: This notice applies to any data collected or submitted through the Diabetes Prevention and Aid Fund’s website. You may make donations, make requests, and register to receive materials or information on some of the sites. These pages gather the following sorts of personal data:
You can submit information about other persons on various websites. You’ll need the recipient’s e-mail address or mailing address if you make a donation online and want notification of your contribution delivered directly to the honoree. The following sorts of personal information are gathered in this situation:
The Information We Collect: When you make a gift, the information you supply about yourself is solely used to complete that transaction. We only share this information with third parties to the amount that is required to complete the transaction. When you make a gift in someone else’s honor, we only utilize the information you give about them to send an appreciation of the contribution. We only share this information with third parties to the amount that is required to complete the transaction. To respond to emails, we use return email addresses. These addresses aren’t utilized for anything else and aren’t shared with anybody else. If you’d like to receive newsletters and updates on our programs, you may sign up on our website. Unless you complete out the registration form, the information you give on our website will not be utilized for this reason. Finally, we never use or distribute personally identifiable information collected online in ways unrelated to the ones stated above without also giving you the chance to opt out or otherwise restrict such uses.
What kind of personal information do we gather and why do we gather it?
Avoid submitting photos with embedded location data (EXIF GPS) if you’re submitting photographs to the website. Any location data from photographs on the website can be downloaded and extracted by website visitors.
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption is used to send all information to rising Against Hunger. SSL is a tried-and-true coding technique that enables your browser to encrypt (or scramble) data before sending it to us. We additionally keep account information private by storing it on a protected section of our website that is only accessible by Rising Against Hunger’s certified personnel. Unfortunately, no data transfer over the Internet can be guaranteed to be completely safe. While we make every effort to secure your information, we cannot guarantee or promise its security.
You can choose to save your name, email address, and website in cookies if you leave a comment on our site. These are for your convenience so you don’t have to enter your information again when you post another comment. This batch of cookies will last for a year. If you log in to this site with an account, we’ll set a temporary cookie to see if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie includes no personal information and is deleted when your browser is closed. We’ll set up many cookies when you log in to preserve your login information and screen display preferences. Login cookies and screen selections cookies are valid for two days and a year, respectively. Your login will be saved for two weeks if you select “Remember Me.” The login cookies will be deleted if you log out of your account. An extra cookie will be kept in your browser whenever you update or publish an article. This cookie contains no personal information and just shows the post ID of the article you just updated. It has a one-day expiration date.
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If you post a remark, both the comment and the information associated with it are saved eternally. This is so that any subsequent comments will be recognized and approved automatically rather than being held in a moderation queue. We also retain the personal information that users supply in their user profiles if they register on our website (if any). At any moment, any user can see, modify, or remove their personal information (except they cannot change their username). The information may also be seen and edited by website administrators.