Your Right to Privacy is important to us at ACTS XXIX. We know that we are blessed to have you as a supporter and want to protect your right to privacy as much as you do. ACTS XXIX will never share or sell our donor’s personal information with any other entity for any purpose, and we will not send mailings on behalf of other organizations.
Thank you for your continued loyalty to this ministry. Rest assured that your privacy will always remain a top priority to us.
Security is Important
When you make a credit card donation from our web site, the information is encrypted and transmitted to VeriSign through Blackbaud, a company that securely delivers payment information to our bank processor. To protect consumer data during transmission, VeriSign uses the latest SSL encryption technology and stores sensitive transaction information on secure systems that cannot be accessed through the Internet. We’ve also taken the extra step of protecting our own site with an SSL certificate. Please look for the lock and “https” at the beginning of the web address in your web browser.
If you ever have a question about your privacy and security as a donor to ACTS XXIX, please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
Types of Personal Data We Collect
When you give an online donation, we will ask you to provide Personal Information. Depending on the activity you are attempting to complete, this may include any of the following:
- First and last name
- E-mail address
- Phone number
- State and zip code
- Credit card information
- Other personal information as necessary
- Contact Us. We use Contact Us forms located on various areas of the Site to allow you to contact us directly with any questions, comments, or requests you may have. This information is used to respond to your questions, comments, and requests. We may also file your comments to improve the Site and program, or review and discard the information.
- Logged Files and Cookies. When you log onto the Internet, your ISP automatically assigns an IP address to your computer. Web servers identify your computer by its IP address, and we use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our servers, to administer the Site, and to constantly improve the value of the materials available on the Site.
Last Updated: March 15, 2019