Privacy Policy

Last updated: September 2019

Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta respects the privacy of your personally identifiable information (“PII”). As a user of this website (the “Site”), we will take appropriate measures to protect your PII provided by and collected from you on the Site. We may update this Privacy Policy from time to time.

If you have a concern or question about this Privacy Policy, about privacy at the Site, or to inquire about any PII you provided us, please send an email with your question or concern to info@pbpatl.org.

What Information Is Collected?

We collect PII from individual visitors, volunteers, or donors when you provide it voluntarily and knowingly. PII can include data such as names, addresses, ZIP codes, birthdays, and e-mail addresses. It may also include web browser data we may use for analytics and Site functionality purposes, including using web browser cookies to improve your user experience.

If you would like more information about what PII we collect, would like us to stop using your PII, or simply wish to unsubscribe from our mailing list, please contact us at the email address noted above.

Please note that we do not intentionally collect PII from or direct this Site to people under 13 years old or people outside of the United States of America. If you are a member of either group or a parent of such individual and wish to visit our Site, volunteer, or donate to our organization, please contact us at the email address noted above.

What Do We Do With Information?

We use PII ourselves in support of our organization’s mission, such as contacting you about programs and activities and requesting donations. Managing a nonprofit organization also requires us to share your PII with certain third parties. We will share PII with third parties when (i) the person submitting the information authorizes us to share it; (ii) the third party performs a function for us directly related to the operation of the Site or our organization, such as processing payments or contacting our supporters; or (iii) we are required to by law or court order to do so.

We maintain reasonable security measures to protect your PII from unauthorized use. While no protections are completely secure, we strive to follow best practices to protect your PII from unauthorized physical and digital access.

Links to Third Party Sites

We sometimes provide links to third party websites on our Site. You understand and agree that your use of such third-party sites will be governed by the applicable privacy policies of those sites and not by this Privacy Policy. We are not be responsible for the acts or omissions of third-party websites.

Questions?

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please us at the email address noted above.