Intentional Living depends upon our donors’ support and is committed to protecting their privacy.
Intentional Living never shares, sells or trades the names or contact information of our donors with any other organization. We honor the privacy and confidentiality of every gift.
Intentional Living asks for donors’ personal information such as name, address, email, telephone and any other relevant information in order to properly process donations/requests, thank donors properly, send donors additional information about Intentional Living programs, services and events we believe will interest them, and protect against legal liability. We may thank or recognize donors for their gifts on air or in other published materials by using their first name only, along with general geographical information such as city and state. We respect and honor individual or corporate donor requests for anonymity.
Intentional Living honors all donors who wish to be removed from our mail or email lists and those who do not want any public recognition for their donation.
Intentional Living’s web server collects domain names but not individual email addresses. Domain names are collected to increase our knowledge on the number of visits the website receives, average time spent on the site, page views, etc. This data is anonymous and cannot be linked to any particular individual using the website for any reason. The data is collected to further increase the quality and usability of our website.
Intentional Living uses encryption software called RapidSSL, which utilizes 128-bit SSL certificates, thereby offering the highest level of encryption or security possible. This means that all communication between your browser and Intentional Living’s web servers are private and secure.