Legal Notice

Hospice of Northwest Ohio, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, provides online resources to make donations to our agency or to register and/or pay for participation in educational events or services provided by us. We are committed to protecting your privacy. Please read on for more details about our privacy policy.

Information Collection
Should you decide to make a donation through our website, you will be asked to provide your name, contact information and credit card billing information. All of this information is encrypted using SSL, an industry standard secure technology. This encryption is designed to prevent the theft or interception of the information you provide. SSL encryption is indicated on your Web browser by the display of a lock or key on the browser status bar.

Hospice of Northwest Ohio does not sell, trade, rent or share your information with any entity other than the vendor we have selected to process payment transactions, which has its own privacy policy. We may use demographic data derived from aggregate donor information, such as the number of donors from a particular locale or the number of donations above a certain giving level. We may also use contact information to inform donors or event participants of activities or resources that may be of interest to them.

Email Addresses
This web site collects your email address for the purpose of sending donation or registration confirmations and for occasionally sharing information about activities or resources that may be of interest. Hospice of Northwest Ohio will not disclose, sell, trade, rent or otherwise reveal your email address to any other entity.

In addition to utilizing SSL encryption for all transactions, Hospice of Northwest Ohio stores encrypted credit card numbers and passwords, as well as other donor information, on servers that are kept in a physically secure environment with strict policies that minimize staff access to the information contained therein. 



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