At Lung Cancer Circle of Hope (LCCH) we understand that privacy is important and we are strongly committed to protecting the privacy of donors and visitors to our website. The following information is designed to help you better understand the information we gather from our site and through our services, how we handle the information once gathered, whether we disclose it to anyone and the choices you have regarding our use of the information. This policy may be changed or updated from time to time and it does not affect any sites that we are linked to.
LCCH uses its best efforts to respect the privacy of its online visitors. At our site, we do not permanently collect personal identifiable information from individuals unless they provide it to us voluntarily and knowingly. This means we do no require you to register or provide information to us in order to view our site. LCCH only gathers personally identifiable data such as names, addresses. Email addresses when voluntarily submitted by a visitor.
As with other websites, our web server automatically recognizes the domain name of each visitor to the site, but not the email address (where possible). This information is not shared with other domains.
If you supply us with your email address you may periodically receive information. If you choose not to get these periodic mailings, all that is required is an email requesting to “opt out”.
Credit Card Information
Donations to Lung Cancer Circle of Hope are processed by NY Charities. This service uses Verisign to provide you with the utmost security for your sensitive information. When a donation is made this information is encrypted. Their privacy statement can be found on the website www.nycharities.org.
LCCH website contains links to external websites. We provide this information as a resource, not an endorsement. We have no control over outside links. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and access external links, our policies are no longer enforceable. We caution all users to be aware of external risks to their privacy