We will not sell, share or trade donors’ names or personal information with third-party advertisers, and will not send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations. Except as described below, all personal information volunteered by donors as part of the donation process is for use by authorized employees, contractors, board members, advisors and volunteers for purposes related to YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit, which may include processing donations, expressing appreciation and providing receipts, record keeping, reporting as required by law, internal analytic purposes, further contact with donors for additional fundraising, and donor recognition in YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit’s publicly displayed materials. There are circumstances where we will transfer and/or disclose donors’ personal information to third parties. Those circumstances, subject to the limits of applicable law, are as follows:
YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit gives donors the opportunity to remain anonymous and to decline public and/or private recognition. Donors may request in writing that their names not be published in YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit materials or publicly (e.g., on donor lists).
YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit will make reasonable efforts to discontinue or change the method used to contact a donor after processing that person’s written request directed to YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit.
This policy applies to all information received as part of the donation process by YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit, both online and offline.
Online donations to YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit are processed by a third-party payment vendor who represents itself to be compliant with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit does not store credit card numbers after an online transaction has been completed. YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit cannot control how donor data is used by third-party service providers when an online donation is made to YMCA of Metropolitan Detroit via a third-party service provider. When using third-party sites you should review the privacy policies of such parties’ sites to understand how they collect and use personal information.