GDPR and personal information collection
In accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) standards, of which iDonate has been compliant, this website collects personal information submitted by the site visitor for the sole purpose of follow-up communication or to maintain the integrity and security of donor information within our database. This may include information such as your name, email address, mailing address, phone number, and Social Security number. When you submit personal information to this website, you understand and agree that this information may be transferred across state or national boundaries.
We limit access to non-public personal information to those employees, representatives, and agents who need to know in order to produce compliance reporting, service your donation, and provide you with a broad range of services and products. Our employees, representatives, and agents are required to maintain and protect the confidentiality of your personal information and must follow established privacy procedures. We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect your personal information.
We strive to keep our customer records complete and accurate.
Your GDPR Rights
Most of the information we have about you is contained in tax forms that you receive from us and information that you submit to obtain our products and services. The information you give us is stored indefinitely unless you request its removal. You have the right to review your information and notify us if you believe any information should be corrected or updated. To initiate a review or raise a concern, contact us at email@example.com.
Usage of your personal information
iDonate recognizes and appreciates the importance of responsible use of information collected on this website. We will never sell, trade, or rent your personal information with anyone else, nor send mailings on behalf of other organizations, except in cases in which (a) we employ the use of a mailing company to distribute our own standard communications to you, or (b) we employ the use of a research firm to aid us in collecting your survey responses (in which your participation in such research efforts is purely voluntary on your part).
When you visit this website, you can surf the site anonymously and access information without revealing your identity. Please be aware that we use two kinds of “cookies” to track your visit – i.e., transfer a small amount of data to your browser by a Web server intended to be read by the server that gave it to you. This cookie serves as your identification card, recording information you provide and allowing you to stay logged in. It cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses. We also use third-party cookies for the purposes of analytics, advertising, integrated social media and functional services.
Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether to accept it. In some instances, accepting a cookie is not optional. If you choose not to accept the cookie, you may not be able to participate in the related action.
Our Web servers automatically log the IP/Internet address of your computer, the browser type, and browser version you are using. Forms you submit to us may also automatically log this information, as well as the date and time the form was submitted. Under no circumstances does this information identify you personally. You remain anonymous unless you have otherwise provided this website with personal information.