Alzheimer Society. There's so much to hold on to. Alzheimer Awareness Month January 2014
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What information does the Alzheimer Society collect?

The Society only collects personal information about donors, clients, volunteers and event participants for fundraising, public education and advocacy purposes, program and service delivery, as well as to establish, maintain and manage our relationship with you.

(Personal information is any information about an individual. Personal information (e.g. name, address, age, credit card information, banking information) does not include information that cannot be associated with or tracked back to a specific individual. Information that is publicly available, such as a telephone book listing, is also not considered to be personal information.)

Your privacy is always respected. All information relating to your correspondence and contributions to the Alzheimer Society is held in the strictest confidence, and at no time is it shared with third parties without your prior consent.

The information we collect includes:

We may use some of your information in the following ways:

Some of the information the Society collects is needed in order to satisfy the requirements of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) (e.g. income tax receipts). There are also circumstances where the use and/or disclosure of personal information is justified or permitted without consent. These circumstances may include:

The Society keeps personal and financial information only as long as it is required, and in accordance with applicable federal and provincial regulations.

Cookies

A cookie is a piece of data sent to your web browser and stored on your hard drive. Cookies help us improve our website by tracking and targeting the interests of our users as they visit different sections of our site. Cookies do not contain any personal information.

In order to make our website better, we use Google Analytics to track how people use the site. Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc., and it uses cookies to track information about the use of the site. This information is stored on Google’s servers in the United States and is used to compile and report on usage of the website.

Questions?

For more information on caregiving resources, support and services in your community, contact your local Alzheimer Society.

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