Privacy and Publication Policy
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Data Collection and Use of Information
The Cancer Research Society collects two types of information on its website:
1. Personal information that you provide
2. Cumulative data regarding website visits, which helps the Cancer Research Society improve its website.
IMPORTANT: If you do not want your personal information to be used for any other purpose than that for which it was collected, simply notify the Cancer Research Society by contacting us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 514 861‑9227 or toll‑free at 1 888 766‑2262.
You do not need to provide any personal information to access the Cancer Research Society ’s website. However, under certain circumstances the Cancer Research Society may ask you for personal information. If so, you will be given the choice of whether you wish to provide it. For example, there is certain personal information that you are not obliged to send when you are making an online donation. You can also choose not to receive further communications from the Cancer Research Society .
If you choose to make an online donation to the Cancer Research Society , you will be asked to provide the followinginformation:
first and last name, street address, city, province or state, country, postal or zip code and email address
Credit Card Information:
type of card, credit card number, expiry date and the CVV number.
When you make a donation online, you are accessing a secure server. Your credit card information will therefore be sent to the Cancer Research Society offices safely by encrypted email.
In Memoriam and In Tribute Contributions:
For this type of gift, a personalized acknowledgement card is sent to a person designated by you. Consequently, the Cancer Research Society asks that you provide the name, address, city, province or state, country and postal or zip code of the person to whom the card is to be addressed.
People who request that their name or the amount of their donation not be made public will remain anonymous. To make this request, simply contact us by email at email@example.com or by telephone at 514 861‑9227 or toll‑free at 1 888 766‑2262.
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Requirements
In order to comply with the CRA’s requirements with respect to donations, the Cancer Research Society keeps a record of all donations received. Any personal information in these records remains private and confidential. In addition, this information is kept in a safe place, only accessible to authorized employees and volunteers.
Future Contact with the Cancer Research Society
The Cancer Research Society may later contact individuals who have made a donation in order to send them information on a variety of topics. Donors may be contacted by mail, telephone or email. If you do not want to be contacted, your wishes will be respected. Simply contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 514 861‑9227 or toll‑free at 1 888 766‑2262.
The Cancer Research Society aims to circulate accurate and clear information. The Society takes into account all comments received and brings about the necessary modifications as quick as possible. Furthermore, the Society transmits the characteristics of the disease and the data supporting its research for information purposes only. This should not replace medical advice.