What Feed the Hunger DOES NOT do
FtH does not share, sell, or exchange ANY of your personal information with ANY of our ministry partners or other organizations. PERIOD. All personal information you provide is kept confidential and is only used internally by FtH staff in the routine performance of their duties.
What personal information Feed the Hunger collects
FtH may collect personal information provided from individuals who engage FtH as a donor, supporter, volunteer, Packathon participant, newsletter/email subscriber, or traveler on a mission trip. This information can include:
- Name, physical address, telephone number, and email address
- Credit/debit card number, expiration date, and security code
- Limited medical information IF traveling with FtH on a mission trip.
What anonymous (non-personally identifiable) information Feed the Hunger collects
FtH collects certain limited types of data from visitors to our website and from those who have signed up to receive emails from FtH. These data are used to compile internal website and email statistics that are not shared. Data we collect may include:
How FtH uses your personal information
FtH uses the information you provide to carry out a variety of ministry and business functions, including:
How FtH safeguards your personal information
For electronic transactions, FtH uses up-to-date encryption software (including Secure Sockets Layer [SSL] technology) to protect personal and financial information. FtH does not see or retain credit card information provided electronically to our third-party payment processing companies. All other electronic information is maintained on our secure servers. Information provided on paper forms or printed copies of electronic documents is stored securely by FtH.
FtH DOES NOT utilize third-party advertisements on our website or in other electronic communications. Like many popular websites, our website does use “cookies” to collect small bits of information from your web browser when you visit our site. Cookies are a way for our site to identify your web browser so we can get a better idea of which areas of our website receive the most traffic. Cookies do not remove any information stored on your computer’s hard drive, nor do they transmit personal information like your email address. Your browser is likely configured to allow cookies from most or all websites; if you do not want to allow cookies from our website, you can change your browser’s privacy settings to block cookies (steps for blocking cookies vary depending on your browser type; consult your browser’s help menu for assistance).
Links to other websites
FtH lists third-party ministry partners on our website with links to the partners’ sites, if provided. We display this information as a way to recognize our partners and the contributions they make to our ministry. FtH is not responsible for the privacy/security practices or content of third-party websites.
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