HomeAid America, Inc. collects and uses various information from donors that includes: amount donated, address, telephone number, donor comments, and email address. Tax laws in the United States and the State of California require HomeAid America, Inc. to keep contact information and contribution levels of donors on file.
HomeAid America, Inc. uses donor information to understand donors’ needs and to provide you with better service. HomeAid America, Inc. will never sell, trade, rent, or share names (unless released for publication), email or postal addresses, or telephone numbers of our donors. If released for publication, we will list the name of a donor on our website and in printed marketing materials, but will remove said name from the list at any time upon request of the donor.
HomeAid America, Inc. will use contact information (email, postal address, and telephone number) solely for these purposes:
To accept contributions via credit card, HomeAid America, Inc. uses accredited online payment processing services with industry standard levels of security and data privacy. Unless requested by the donor for the purpose of processing recurring donations, HomeAid America, Inc. does not store, nor does it have access to, the credit card information, bank account numbers, or any other account data sent to these processing services.
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