Privacy Policy

Project Impact 180 Privacy Policy

Effective May 15, 2020

This is the official privacy policy of Project Impact 180, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization headquartered at 1624 S. Pulaski, Chicago, Illinois 60623.

 

By using our website, you signify that you agree with the terms of our current Privacy Policy as posted on our site. If you do not agree with any term in this Policy, please do not use this site or provide any personal information to us.

 

Communications From Project Impact 180

This Privacy Policy applies to the personal data provided to Project Impact 180 when you browse this website, make a donation, register for an event, sign up for a newsletter, or otherwise provide us with information via the website located at www.projectimpact180.org or any other domain names owned or controlled by Project Impact 180 (the “Website”). It also applies to personal data you may provide to Project Impact 180 via telephone, email, regular mail, social media, texting or in response to personal solicitations.

Project Impact 180 respects the privacy of every visitor to our websites. Your privacy is a priority, and we go to great lengths to protect it. This Privacy Policy describes how we collect and use information about our online visitors. We will not collect any identifying or personal information about you while you are here except as set forth in this Privacy Policy.

Minors: Project Impact 180 does not intend to collect personal information from children under the age of 13. While we encourage children to visit our site and learn more about our programs, children under the age of 13 are not authorized to make a donation or purchase, sign up for an event or program, or otherwise provide any personally identifiable information without consent from a parent or legal guardian. We recommend that parents approve and closely supervise the activity of their children at this and all other online sites and discuss with their children restrictions regarding the online release of personal information to anyone they don't know.

 

 

The Information Project Impact 180 Collects

We respect your privacy as our online guest, and we will not collect any identifying or personal information about you while you are here except as set forth in this Privacy Policy.

Information You Provide Directly: Project Impact 180 collects information in several ways from different parts of this site. Project Impact 180 may collect personal information from you when you register with this site or sign up for a program (Alumni & Friends, etc.), initiative, or event. Project Impact 180 also may ask you for personal information at other times, such as when you ask a question, submit a comment, or report a problem with this site. If you contact Project Impact 180, Project Impact 180 may keep a record of that session or correspondence, including a record of your e-mail address. Project Impact 180 may also occasionally ask users to complete surveys for research purposes. There also may be services on this site that require you to fill out an online form or send Project Impact 180 an e-mail message in order to utilize these services. Project Impact 180 collects any information that you provide in such circumstances, including any personal information.

We may also ask you for identifying and personal information to:

  • Inform you of new services, changes or promotions, directly or via a third-party advertising or social media network: For the purposes of improving the relevancy and targeting of marketing, the information collected may be provided to third-party advertising or social media networks to generate “lookalike” or custom audiences.  This activity is governed by the network’s own privacy policy and terms and conditions - you can learn more about Facebook ads here and other types of online advertising here.

  • Invite you to receive periodic email updates about our progress: When you accept, or “opt in,” we ask you to give us your email address and respond to some questions that help us tailor our information to your interests. You can "opt out" of receiving these periodic updates at any time.

 

  • Processing any online donations you make to Project Impact 180: When you make an online donation, we ask you for your name, address, telephone number, email address, and credit card information. When you donate to honor someone else, we do not use the information you give us about that person for any other purpose.

  • Processing registration information for online sweepstakes or contests on the Project Impact 180 website: When you agree to give us identifying and personal information for online sweepstakes or contents, you are giving that information to Project Impact 180 in accordance with the applicable contest rules, and the parties we have involved in operating this site. You are giving it solely to enable the services this site provides.

 

Information We Receive Automatically When You Use Our Services.

Project Impact 180 also may collect visitor information through Google Analytics, including IP addresses, domain names, and similar items regarding users of this site to measure the number of visits, pages visited, average time spent on this site, and similar metrics.

“Cookies” may be used in connection with this site. A cookie is a small amount of identifier data that is sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer's hard drive. By using cookies, information is potentially collected without your express knowledge. Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies but permit you to change the setting to refuse cookies or to be alerted when cookies are being sent. While refusal to accept cookies will not prevent the use of some portions of this site, other portions of this site may not function properly without cookies.

Generally, Project Impact 180 may use cookies and the information they provide to: (a) remind us of who you are; (b) access your account information in order to deliver to you better and more personalized service; (c) estimate our audience size; (d) determine the nature and extent of repeat usage; and (e) measure certain traffic patterns to understand how users' habits are similar or different from one another, so that Project Impact 180 may improve our site. We also use many cookies on the ProjectImpact180.org domain for the purposes of traffic collection and analysis, third-party advertising modeling and remarketing, and testing for conversion rate optimization.

How Project Impact 180  Uses the Information It Collects

Project Impact 180 uses the information it collects through this site to improve its marketing and promotional efforts, to improve its content, and to customize this site’s services, content, and layout. Project Impact 180 may provide the information it collects through this site to third parties who provide services on Project Impact 180’s behalf and, with your permission, to Project Impact 180’s  business partners. Project Impact 180 may use the information it collects through this site to inform you of new services, changes, or promotions. If you do not want us to send you this type of information, please let us know by contacting us at info@projectimpact180.org. We will not disclose your personal information collected through this site to third parties except as described in this Privacy Policy without first informing you of such change in our disclosure practices and providing you a choice regarding such disclosure.

How Project Impact 180 Shares the Information It Collects

Project Impact 180 understands the importance of privacy and confidentiality to users of this site.  Project Impact 180 may provide the information it collects through this site to third parties who provide services on Project Impact 180's behalf and, with your permission, to Project Impact 180’s business partners. For example, we use one or more third-party financial institutions to process our credit card transactions. They receive the credit card number and other personal information of our donors only to verify credit card numbers and to process credit card transactions in a secure environment. We also occasionally hire other companies to perform limited services on our behalf. We only provide those companies the information they need to deliver the service and prohibit them from using that information for any other purpose. Aggregated, depersonalized traffic data is shared with certain advertisers to optimize campaigns.

From time to time, Project Impact 180 may also share donor names and mailing addresses with other reputable nonprofit organizations on a limited basis in exchange for limited access to the names and addresses of their constituents. We have found this is a cost-effective method of reaching additional potential constituents. These organizations will not have continued access to your name and address if you choose to respond to their initial mailing and opt out. We do not share email address data in connection with this list exchange.

We respect our donors’ choices and control over their information. You, as a donor, may, at any time, have your name excluded from any donor list exchange activity.  To ask that your name be excluded from list exchange activity or to otherwise change how Project Impact 180 contacts you, please email us at info@projectimpact180.org.

Project Impact 180 may disclose information it collects through this site when required to do so by a court, regulatory agency, subpoena, law, regulation, or other body of competent jurisdiction and authority, and for administrative and other purposes that Project Impact 180 deems necessary to maintain, service, and improve its products and services and to protect its rights and property. Finally, if you become involved in any violation of security, violation of this website’s Terms of Use, or violation of any party’s or third party’s rights, Project Impact 180 may release information about you to assist in investigating, resolving, or remediating any such incidents.

Integrity and Security

Use of SSL and Encryption. In order to enhance privacy and security, Project Impact 180 maintains a current Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Encryption Certificate on official Project Impact 180 Sites that permit a donor or supporter to provide their personal data.

Restricting Who Has Access To Your Information. Project Impact 180 employs commercially reasonable managerial and technical measures to help protect the security and integrity of the personal information it collects online through this site. You acknowledge, however, that no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while Project Impact 180 strives to protect your personal information, Project Impact 180 cannot ensure the security of any information you transmit to or from this site.

What Are My Rights?

The Donor Bill of Rights

 

Philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. It is a tradition of giving and sharing that is primary to the quality of life. To assure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, and that donors and prospective donors can have full confidence in the nonprofit organizations and causes they are asked to support, we declare that all donors have these rights:

 

  • To be informed of the organization’s mission, of the way the organization intends to use donated resources, and of its capacity to use donations effectively for their intended purposes.

  • To be informed of the identity of those serving on the organization’s governing board, and to expect the board to exercise prudent judgment in its stewardship responsibilities.

  • To have access to the organization’s most recent financial statements.

  • To be assured their gifts will be used for the purposes for which they were given.

  • To receive appropriate acknowledgement and recognition.

  • To be assured that information about their donation is handled with respect and with confidentiality to the extent provided by law.

  • To expect that all relationships with individuals representing organizations of interest to the donor will be professional in nature.

  • To be informed whether those seeking donations are volunteers, employees of the organization or hired solicitors.

  • To have the opportunity for their names to be deleted from mailing lists that an organization may intend to share.

  • To feel free to ask questions when making a donation and to receive prompt, truthful and forthright answers.

If you have any concerns about this Policy, please contact us at info@projectimpact180.org

 

To make any of the requests above or if you have any other questions or complaints regarding Project Impact 180 privacy practices, please contact us at info@projectimpact180.org. Please include your full name, address, phone number, and e-mail address in your opt-out request, and indicate how you would like your information restricted.

Privacy Practices of Other Sites

This Privacy Policy only addresses the use and disclosure of information Project Impact 180 collects online through this site, not information that Project Impact 180 collects through other sources. For your convenience, this site may contain links, or addresses, that you can simply click to open other useful sites where we do not control the content or privacy policy. Carefully review the approach these sites take to your privacy before you use them or provide them with information.

We assume no liability for any unauthorized actions of third parties or accidental transmission errors that may disclose information about you, and BGCA is not responsible for these other sites' privacy practices, which may be different from Project Impact 180’'s privacy practices.

Changes To This Privacy Policy

Project Impact 180 may revise this Privacy Policy at any time by updating this posting. Please consult this Privacy Policy regularly.

Please direct your opt out request or request for these types of information to info@projectimpact180.org or

Project Impact 180

Attn: Legal Department

1624 S. Pulaski Rd. Chicago, IL. 60623