Privacy Policy

Purpose of the policy

A non-profit group wants to make sure that visitors and other users of this site don’t have to worry about their privacy. In order to make you feel safe when you visit and use the Site, we made this Privacy Policy (this Policy). We also want to show that we use fair information practices. This Policy only applies to the Site, not to any other websites that you might be able to access from the Site. It’s possible that each of these other websites may have very different data collection and use practices and policies from this one.

Notice about children:

The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 says that if you’re under 13, you can’t see any of our content because we’re a general audience site, not just for kids under 13.

Practices for collecting information


If you want to use the Site, we need to get personal information from you in a few different ways. The first thing to think about is whether or not you should use the contact page to get in touch. Then we will know your name and email address. When you leave a comment on a blog post, you do this. This is when you might be asked to give your name and other information, so be ready for that. In order to use and enjoy the site, you don’t have to give us any personal information through these two ways, though.


There are two types of automatic collection: Our servers recognize visitors’ domain names and IP addresses right away (the number assigned to computers on the Internet). Nobody knows who you are during this process. If you use the Site, it may also collect anonymous traffic data that doesn’t identify you. This data could be used for marketing or to improve the services that we offer.

COOKIES. Sometimes, we may use the standard cookies feature that most browsers have. This lets us store a small piece of data on your computer about your visit to our site. When we use programs like Google Analytics, we can see which parts of our site are popular and which parts need to be better. We may also use cookies from third-party social networks and programs, such as Facebook, Google Plus, and Twitter, to help us better understand how our users use our site. Cookies can be turned off through your browser or by other programs that are available online. There are some things that may not work as well if you turn off this feature. For example, Some features may not work as they were meant to.

(c) SPONSORS AND ADS. We may allow sponsorships and ads on the site. If this happens, you should think that the sponsors and advertisers of the marketing pieces will be able to see how many people saw and clicked on them. Your personal information will never be given to them by us.

Information can be used and shared.

We need to figure out what to do with the information we get.

(a) YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION: We don’t give out personal information to anyone else, except for those who help us run the site, like a hosting company and an email service for mailings.

(b) Unknown facts. To figure out how people use our site, we use information that isn’t linked to anyone. Using anonymous IP addresses may also help us figure out what’s wrong with our server, run our site, or show the content in a way that fits your needs. A business partner or an advertiser might see traffic and transaction data in the aggregate, but they won’t know who you are.

Use of cookies: (c) Cookies may be used in promotions or advertisements that appear on our site. On our site, there are ads from other companies. We don’t have access to or control over the information these companies collect when they advertise on our site.

This part is called (d) DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION. Any information we have about you may be shared with third parties if we believe it is necessary to: (1) conform to the law or comply with the legal process served on us, (2) protect and defend our rights or property, or (3) act in urgent circumstances to protect the safety of the public or users of the Site. We may also share your information with third parties if we believe it is necessary to:

By selling information, (e) As our business changes, we may sell or buy parts of the Site, as well as any information that we collect through this Site. If a third party buys a lot of its assets, user information will be one of the things that go with them.


The Site has security measures in place to keep the information we get from you safe, but we can’t promise that we’ll be able to keep it safe for you or anyone else.


The websites of third-party websites

From time to time, the Site may have links to other websites that you can go to. In the event that you do go to those websites, it is important to know that our privacy policies and terms of use do not apply to those sites. It is up to you to read the privacy policies on those websites to make sure that you understand and agree with them.


CALLING US is the best way to get in touch with us if you have questions about this Policy or how we use this Site.


This Policy may be changed, updated, or added to at any time to keep up with changes in our Privacy Policy. You can read about these changes on the site in a clear way. In the next step, you can decide if you want to accept the new policy changes or not. 30 days after the change, update, or modification is posted on the site, it will be in place. To make sure you agree with all of the terms of this Policy, you should check it out from time to time.

(a) People who sign up for emails from us will also be told about changes to our privacy policy by email.