Our Pledge to You
CampusFundraiser respects your privacy! We do not sell, rent, loan, or transfer any personal information regarding our website visitors to any unrelated third parties. Any information you give us about yourself or your children is held with the utmost care and security and will not be used in ways to which you have not consented. Information collected on our website is collected and used by CampusFundraiser. CampusFundraiser will not collect any personal information about adults except when specifically and knowingly provided by them. CampusFundraiser generally does not collect personally identifiable information about children. If we collect any personally identifiable information about children, we will first obtain the consent of a parent or guardian. We request that our customers do not provide any information regarding any child without first obtaining the consent of a parent or guardian. Examples of personally identifiable information include full name, home address, email address, and phone number.
Use of Information
Information collected by CampusFundraiser is used internally by authorized CampusFundraiser employees for two main purposes. First, we collect information to determine how to improve our site by seeing which areas, features, and products are most popular. Second, we collect information to enable visitors to participate in contests and other activities on our website. If we collect any such information from a child, we will only collect enough information to enable the child to participate in the activity and nothing more. If we want to collect information for other purposes, we will inform you when we collect the information. On occasion, CampusFundraiser may share non-personal, summary information regarding our website with unrelated third parties. For example, we may publicly disclose the aggregate number of users of our website. However, CampusFundraiser does not share any personal information about any particular visitor with unrelated third parties.
CampusFundraiser will not collect personally identifiable information about children without first obtaining the consent of a parent or guardian. After providing consent, the child's parent or guardian will have the option to review, change, or delete a child's personally identifiable information, to revoke the consent, and to refuse the collection of further information.