“We will not share, trade or sell our donors’ names and personal information with other organizations or send mails to our donors on behalf of different organizations. The policy involves information sent to us by the donor both online and offline. Donors’ information will be used for donation processing.”
Your policy can be as long as you want it to be. You can get a template from the charities navigator and offer recommendations. It should be available on your organization’s website and printed and shared with donors who want a copy.
- Describe how the organization will use donors’ private information
- Clarify which specific information, including individually identifiable matter.
- State that nonprofit organizations do not sell, share or trade donors’ information and private data. The donors should have an opt-out. You should also explain the personally identifiable information that the organization can share with third parties stating why. The organization is responsible for telling its supporters how to change their data and access it.
- List all security measures aimed at protecting donors’ information.