Arrow Child & Family Ministries respects the privacy of visitors to its web site. We strongly believe that if electronic commerce and online activities are to flourish, consumers must be assured that information provided online is used responsibly and appropriately. To protect online privacy, the organization has implemented the following policy.
About the Information We Collect – Most of the data and information we collect through our Web site is used only to help us achieve our mission. It is our policy to collect and store only personal information that our clients knowingly provide.
- From Casual Web Site Visitors and General Users. We do not collect any personal information from users browsing our Web site. When you use the public areas of our Web site you are doing so anonymously. We do collect aggregate use information, such as the number of hits (visits) per page. We use aggregate data for internal and marketing purposes, but we don’t collect any personally identifying information.
- From Our Clients, Donors and Other Visitors. If while visiting our Web site you register for an event, submit a technical assistance question, or request other information, you will be asked to provide certain information. In all cases this information is submitted voluntarily. In most cases, we ask name, title, organization name, address, telephone, and e-mail. If you’re making a donation, you may be asked for credit card information. Similar information may be submitted to us on a registration form.
- Client, Donor and Other Visitor Lists – When you visit our Web site your name and mailing information will not be sold to a commercial organization, or shared with any other organization.
- Credit Card Account Information – We utilize secure transaction methods when collecting credit card information over the Internet. Arrow Child & Family Ministries does not disclose credit card account information provided by our clients. We submit the information to the appropriate clearinghouse in order to obtain payment.
View our Notice of Privacy Practices with regard to protecting Private Health Information.