The Center for Civilians in Conflict respects the privacy of its donors and supporters, and does not exchange donor information with other organizations. To honor your rights, CIVIC has put in place a Donor Privacy Policy.

General Collection and Use of Personal Information

To stay in contact with our supporters, the Center for Civilians in Conflict collects and uses personal information such as a supporter’s name, address, phone number, and email address when a supporter voluntarily provides such information to us. In addition, CIVIC keeps a record of each donor’s giving history. This information is kept on file for IRS purposes and to analyze overall giving patterns in order to make more accurate budget projections.

CIVIC does not have access to personal credit card information; all credit card transactions are handled by a third party, Click & Pledge. For its privacy statement, please visit the Click & Pledge website.

We also stay in touch with supporters via Salesforce and share updates about our work via MailChimp. You’ll find the Salesforce privacy policy on its web site and the MailChimp privacy policy on its website.

CIVIC does not sell or in any way share the names and contact information of its donors or supporters with other groups. You can unsubscribe from our electronic mailing list at any time directly from any newsletter mailing using the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the email. If you need to have your records deleted, contact us at info@civiliansinconflict.org.

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