I Can for Kids Foundation values everyone involved in our effort to end child hunger in Calgary. Whether an employee, donor, volunteer, community or agency partner, your support and your privacy is important to us.
The information we collect from donors or agency partners is used solely to process donations or ensure that support reaches people in need – we do not sell, trade or loan your information to any third party. We do, however, like to keep in touch on occasion to let you know how your support has made an impact on hungry kids in our community, and share information about opportunities and events that support our work. You may unsubscribe to our updates at any time.
Any personal information gathered by our organization is kept in strict confidence. Our staff and volunteers are authorized to access such information based only on their need to deal with the information, and only for the reason(s) for which it was obtained.
Website and Electronic Commerce
I Can for Kids does not automatically gather any personal information from website visitors, such as names, telephone numbers, street addresses or email addresses during visits to our website. Information is obtained only if it is supplied voluntarily through online donations, event registration or email. This site does monitor traffic to count the number of visits, but it does not identify individual users. We used password protocols and encryption software to protect personal and other information we receive when donations or registrations are made online. Our software is routinely updated to maximize protection of such information.
Questions, concerns or complaints related to our privacy practices on the treatment of personal information should be emailed to our privacy officer at email@example.com. I Can for Kids is committed to responding to inquiries and complaints within a reasonable time (no more than 30 days) and with minimal cost to the individual. Further information on your privacy and rights regarding your personal information may be found on the Privacy Commissioner of Canada