Commitment to Your Privacy
Your privacy is very important to The Patrick Shifflett Foundation (the Foundation). We want to make your relationship with our organization, both online and offline, as secure and positive as possible. This policy outlines the collection, use and protection of information relevant to our mission as it relates to visitors to the foundation’s web site, online and offline donors, and recipients of grants and scholarships. The Patrick Shifflett Foundation will not sell or trade donor information.
This website (www.patrickshifflettfoundation.org) is owned and operated by the Foundation. Generally, you can visit the web site without revealing any information about yourself. There are some instances in which you may choose to provide personal information to the Foundation. This may include making a donation, purchasing tickets to an event, signing up to volunteer or applying for support from the Foundation. In these instances, the Foundation uses encryption software (through Paypal) to keep your personal information, including credit card numbers, secure. The Foundation’s web site may include links to other sites, such as our major donors and informational resources. While we strive to link only to sites that share our high standards and respect for privacy, we are not responsible for the content or the privacy policies of other sites.
From time to time the Foundation may send out promotional emails to notify donors and recipients of upcoming events. You have the option to opt out of future mailings by simply notifying the Foundation directly at email@example.com. The Foundation is committed to removing any opt out requests as soon as possible. It is our policy not to share any information about an individual to a third party.
Grant- Scholarship Recipient Information
The Foundation asks for information such as name, address, email address, phone number and support needed. We consider this information private and limit how it is used and disclosed.
The Foundation will ask for limited demographic information such as your race and gender. This information is used to help us to better understand who the organization serves. We consider this information private and limit how it is used and disclosed.