|1|| “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” is grateful to all of its supporters including those who contribute time, material and/or money to help us continue doing our work. “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” maintains strict donor privacy policies to protect the integrity and privacy of personal information gathered from our supporters and visitors through all of our communication channels, as well as from visitors to our Websites and MobileApp and those who donate through them.
“SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” does not sell exchange or rent your personal information to any organization or individual. We will not divulge personal information to any other organization or individual other than that necessary to transact, fulfil and or account for online donations that you have authorized.
“SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” will only use your phone number and email address if we need to verify information or to thank you for your contribution, ask for your opinion, request your assistance, or invite you to a special event.
|2||What information do we collect?
When you make a donation, attend an event or volunteer with “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION”, we may ask for information such as your name, address, email address, phone number and other relevant information.
|3||How do we use your information?
“SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” uses personally identifiable information you provide about yourself:
To process your donation
To send you a receipt for your donation
To send you a thank you note for your donation or volunteering
To respond to your questions or comments about “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION”
To send you additional information about “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” Projects
To send you invitations for upcoming events that may interest you
“SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” uses non-identifying basic information (aggregate data) to analyze site use and to improve the content and design of the site. “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” may share aggregated data such as how many people attended an event, how many volunteers, average donation amount etc with sponsors and partners. These statistics will not include any personally identifying information.
Our website has stringent security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control.
“SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” will not use personal information in any way other than as described under Terms & Conditions. Exceptions to these are limited to sharing personal information to cooperate with law enforcement officials.
You can opt-out of the e-mail updates by clicking the “unsubscribe” button at the bottom of each email or contacting us directly.
|5||Credit / Debit Card Security:
“SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” is grateful for the donations that help us continue our valuable work. When you donate to “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” online, your card information is secured; your credit card number is used only for that particular transaction and is not stored. If you allow us to store your credit card or bank information for future use such as recurring donation, such information will be stored by the payment services financial institution. “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” only uses a financial institution that adheres to the industry standards for storing such information.
Our Website has links to other websites that may collect identifiable information about you. “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” cannot ensure the privacy practices of other sites and are not responsible for any damages due to them.
Refund will be entertained for unintended donation only if the donated fund is not used towards any social activity.
Send an email to email@example.com stating the reason for the request and “Refund” in the subject. You are also required to send original receipt you would have received from “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION”, at its office address.
Refund is on “SRINIVASA MICRO CREDIT FOUNDATION” discretion after analysing, the institution has all rights to reject the refund pledge raised by the donor.
|8||Dated: 1 September 2019