What kinds of personally identifying information do we collect on the AGLA Site?
When you register for a volunteer opportunity, we ask you for your first name, middle initial, last name, suffix, title (if applicable), company name, address, phone number, and e-mail address.
When you sign up to donate to AGLA, the AGLA Site redirects you to an outside provider to process these transactions. The provider uses a secure serve so your credit card number and other personal information will be encrypted and will remain confidential.
When you sign up to receive e-mail updates, we ask you for your full name, e-mail address and street address.
When you register for our events, we ask you for your first name, last name, e-mail address, company name and title, home address, work phone, home phone, cell phone, credit card information and billing name and address.
How do we use the personally identifying information that we collect on the AGLA Site?
We use the personally identifying information that is provided on your event RSVP form as follows:
We upload that information into our database, which is hosted by, a third-party database service provider.
Through our outside database service provider, AGLA may use your e-mail address to send you a variety of e-mail communications such as (i) notices about AGLA local events and programs, (ii) newsletters from AGLA, (iii) solicitations to support an AGLA position on an issue, and (iv) solicitations to donate money to AGLA.
AGLA may provide your name and mailing address to one of the direct mail service providers that prints and distributes print mailings on AGLA’s behalf.
If you give a gift online:
Your personally identifying information will be uploaded into our donor database, which we maintain at AGLA’s office and which is hosted by our outside database service provider.
If you provide your e-mail address in connection with your gift, your e-mail address will be added to our database. Through our outside database service provider, AGLA may use your e-mail address to send you a variety of e-mail communications such as (i) notices about AGLA local events and programs, (ii) newsletters from AGLA, (iii) solicitations to support an AGLA position on an issue, and (iv) solicitations to donate money to AGLA.
If you ask to receive e-mail updates:
Through our outside database service provider, AGLA’s may use your e-mail address to send you a variety of e-mail communications such as (i) notices about AGLA events and programs, (ii) newsletters from AGLA, (iii) solicitations to support an AGLA position on an issue, and (iv) solicitations to donate money to AGLA.
If you register for our events:
Our website stores the information you provide on the registration form and makes it available to us. We use it to confirm your registration and to send you e-mails through that provider about the conference for which you registered. Every e-mail will offer you the chance to opt out from future e-mails.
In addition, if you are not in our database, we will store your name, mailing address, e-mail address and phone number in our database.
With whom do we share the personally identifying information that we collect on the AGLA Site?
As noted above:
We share the personally identifying information that we collect when you register as a member or give a gift online with our outside database service provider and our outside credit-card processor.
We share the personally identifying information that we collect when you register for our events with our conference registration service provider and, if you have opted in, with our database service provider.
If AGLA is required to disclose your personally identifying information by any applicable law, court order, or government regulation, that company will comply with such law, court order, or regulation.
What other kinds of identifying information, such as IP addresses, is collected when you use the AGLA Site?
The AGLA Site automatically collects aggregated information, demographic information and any other information that does not reveal your specific identity but that relates to your use of the AGLA Site. This kind of information is “passively” collected from you through browser navigational tools, such as cookies and pixel tags. These types of technologies enable the AGLA Site to compile statistics about our daily number of site visitors or specific page requests, while not identifying you personally, other than by your IP address, which is the Internet Protocol address of the computer that you use to access the Site.
A cookie is a small data file that a Web site transfers to a user's hard drive when a user visits the Web site. A cookie file can contain information such as a unique ID that the site uses to track the pages visited, and is a standard method of registering website user preferences. These preferences are stored in a file on your computer's hard disk drive.
We use “analytical” cookies to recognize and count the number of visitors to the AGLA Site and to see how visitors move around the AGLA Site when they’re using it. This helps us improve the way the AGLA Site works, for example by making sure users find what they need easily.
The AGLA Site uses both persistent and session cookies. Persistent cookies are cookies that stay on your computer permanently until you "manually" delete them. Session cookies delete themselves automatically when you leave a Web site and go to another one or shut down your browser.
You can set your browser to accept all cookies, to reject cookies, or to notify you whenever a cookie is offered so that you can decide each time whether to accept it. Rejecting a cookie, however, may preclude you from using, or may negatively affect the display or function of, the AGLA Site or certain areas or features of the AGLA Site. To learn more about cookies, including how to enable cookies, change your browser settings and find and delete cookies on your hard drive, please refer to your web browser's help menus or visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
Can any third party track your use of the AGLA Site?
We do not permit anyone other than Google and its affiliates to track your use of the AGLA Site.
With some browsers, it is possible for a user to activate a “Do Not Track” signal, to indicate that the user does not want to be tracked across the Web sites that the user visits. The AGLA Site does not respond to Do Not Track signals. In other words, if you have activated a Do Not Track signal in your own browser, the AGLA Site will not take any action to block tracking by Google or its affiliates of your activity on the AGLA Site.
How can you manage your personally identifying information on the AGLA Site?
To keep your personally identifying information accurate, current, and complete, please contact email@example.com.
How do we protect and maintain the integrity of your personally identifying information on the AGLA Site?
We take reasonable steps to protect your personal information as you transmit it from your computer to the AGLA Site and to protect your information from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. But no Internet transmission is ever 100% secure or error-free. In particular, e-mail sent to or from the AGLA Site may not be secure. Be careful about sending us any confidential information, and keep secure any passwords, ID numbers, or other special access features that you use on the AGLA Site.
What information security precautions do we have?
AGLA is committed to protecting the security of your personal information. To prevent unauthorized access and protect against the incorrect use of information, AGLA strives to maintain physical, electronic, and administrative safeguards. AGLA had adopted a number of recognized standards to protect the privacy of your information. These standards are supported by security monitoring tools, documented security policies, and periodic security audits by independent experts. The AGLA website security measures include 24 hour monitoring of site activities. Personnel are educated about the importance of safeguarding your information and sign a statement acknowledging they will maintain the confidentiality of your information before being granted access to such information. No PCI data is stored on AGLA servers. We also protect user information off-line. Access to user’s information is restricted to personnel who need the information to perform a specific job duty and no PCI information is stored in AGLA offices.
How will you know if this policy has changed?