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The National Kidney Foundation will not send you unsolicited e-mail (Spam), will not sell, trade or share your personal information with anyone else, nor will we send e-mailings on behalf of other organizations. E-mail communication from the National Kidney Foundation adheres to the CAN-SPAM Act and contains an opt-out link. If you have any questions or concerns about your privacy on this site, please contact us.
Information Collected Online and Elsewhere
When you apply for membership, donate funds or a vehicle, register for an event, or sign up for a newsletter, we may ask for basic information that may include name, address, city, state, zip code, phone number and e-mail address. The National Kidney Foundation will not sell, trade or share your personal information with anyone else, nor will we send mailings to you on behalf of other organizations. Online payment information, i.e. credit card numbers, is not stored. Should you voluntarily disclose personal information online, e.g. on message boards, through e-mail or in chat areas, that information may be collected and used by others.
National Kidney Foundation Web sites employ Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security for data encryption and firewall technology. System passwords are routinely changed. All credit card information transmitted during online transactions is processed with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security, an established protocol for transmitting information via the Internet which uses server authentication and data encryption to ensure that your data is safe and secure. Once processed, credit card information is not stored. Access to National Kidney Foundation Web sites is restricted to authorized staff only. Despite use of these safeguards, we cannot guarantee and do not represent that your information will always be secure from unauthorized access.
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