Collection and use of information
We collect two kinds of information, site usage data, which is not individually identifiable, and individually identifiable information.
Site usage data
Individually identifiable information
We collect individually identifiable information about you when you choose to share information about yourself, for example, when you make a donation. This information may include your postal or e-mail address, and/or your telephone number. The information we collect in these circumstances is always clearly indicated. Individually identifiable information is used to provide you with information you request or acknowledgment of your contribution or message. If you provide your postal or e-mail address, or telephone number to Grace Institute on our , you may receive periodic contact from us. These communications provide an “opt-out” feature.
Information collected in our forms are directly imported into our Salesforce instance.
Sharing Information with Others
The information we collect is not sold, rented, or shared with any parties outside of Grace Institute, unless under extreme circumstances to comply with the law, enforce our rights, or protect the safety of our users or others.
We urge you to protect your own privacy. We recommend that you do not share any account information or passwords used to access our site(s) or service(s).
We occasionally send out an e-mail newsletter and direct email communications to Grace Institute site visitors to highlight news, information, and opportunities available from Grace Institute. These communications provide an “opt-out” feature.
In order to prevent unauthorized access and protect our users personal information, we strive to maintain physical, electronic, and administrative safeguards to secure the information we collect online. Online contributions are made through Click and Pledge, which uses industry-standard encryption and protection measures to ensure a secure transaction.
Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule (“COPPA”)
The Grace Institute does not knowingly collect any personal information from children the age of 13 years. We suggest that you become involved with your child’s access to the Internet and to our site to ensure that his/her privacy is well protected.
Questions or Concerns