- In general, Beacon House Interfaith Society does not collect, store, use or disclose personally identifying information. We are committed to protecting the privacy of our members and to ensure that the information we gather from you will be secure and confidential.
What information do we need and what do we do with it?
- The information we need when you communicate online with Beacon House Interfaith Society includes your name, email address, mailing, physical address and phone.
- How do we protect your information?
- We make sure that every online communication with our members meets our high standards of privacy and security. In addition, we take strong measures to protect all member or interested parties data against unauthorized access.
Do we have "cookies"?
Will Beacon House Interfaith Society share any of my personal information?
- Absolutely NOT! That's why it's personal. Beacon House Interfaith Society will not trade, sell or rent your personal information (such as name, address, phone number, or company name) to third parties without your consent. And, we also protect your privacy by limiting employee access to and use of customer data. While we may provide statistics to outside companies about our members, including potential sales and related council information, it will not include any personally identifying information.
So why do we need all that personal information?
- The answer is simple - it's so that we can constantly improve your relationship with Beacon House Interfaith Society.
Will Beacon House Interfaith Society change its policy?
Any more questions?