Personal and Financial Information: If you make a pledge or donation to UPAF, we request personal information (such as name, address, phone and email) and financial information if you are making a payment (such as a credit card number or donation amount). This information is for UPAF purposes only to create a donor record within our donor database and/or to fulfill your inquiry, request or order. UPAF does not store credit card information and will never sell, trade, or share personal or financial information it has received from the donor with any group or organization. UPAF may share aggregate demographic information with our sponsors. This aggregated information does not include any personal or financial information which can identify you as an individual.
Finally, UPAF recognizes all donors of $5,000 or above in annual publications. Donors will be given the option to list their name anonymously if they so choose.
UPAF does not knowingly collect any personal information from children. Children who wish to register to ride in UPAF Ride for the Arts, sponsored by Miller Lite must have a parent fill out the registration form, including the credit card authorization information.
UPAF has defined appropriate procedures to secure your personal and financial information, including your name, address(es), email address, payment records and credit accounts both on-line and off-line.
Off-line: Once the transaction(s) has been processed, UPAF does not store any credit card information on your record within our donor database. UPAF will store your personal information for acknowledgement and matching purposes. Our database is password-protected and only employees of UPAF are permitted to access the database. Employees are frequently reminded of the confidentiality of the information they handle and what they must do to maintain that confidentiality.
In the event UPAF donor or volunteer data is compromised through a security breach, UPAF will take reasonable action to determine the source of the breach and, where appropriate, notify the individuals affected by the breach.
If you feel that the United Performing Arts Fund is not operating in accordance with this stated policy, please contact us at: email@example.com or call 414-273-8723.
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