OHFO collects Personal Data in a lawful and fair manner. No personal data, other than what is necessary, is requested. Personal Data we collect when you donate to, support, or volunteer for
OHFO includes your name, postal address, telephone number, and email address. In more limited circumstances, we also may collect:
We collect Personal Data primarily through our online website when a donation is made, when a volunteer application is submitted, or when you sign up to receive our newsletter.
We use Personal Data to provide you with a financial receipt, reports on how your funding is used, and to update supporters on new projects. We also use data for our once-a-year annual campaign postal mailing, which is only sent to donors in the United States.
OHFO takes supporter and volunteer privacy very seriously. We will not sell or trade personal information, whether received online or in any other manner, to any other entity without prior written approval.
Personal Data is shared with third-party service providers for the purpose of credit card payment processing through Stripe and Paypal, who both process transactions at the highest security standards. OHFO does not store credit card information on our servers. For US supporters, Personal Data is used to mail our annual campaign.
We will disclose Personal Data to comply with legal process, to respond to requests from government authorities, including authorities outside your country of residence, and to meet national security or law enforcement requirements.
We use strict organizational measures to protect Personal Data along with technical measures that include a comprehensive set of compliance certifications and attestations under the EU-U.S. privacy framework. If we would ever have a reason to believe data was compromised, we would notify our supporters within 72 hours by law.
You have the right to request and receive detailed information on what data we have on you personally, where that data is stored and how it’s utilized. You have the right to ask us to delete all information we have on you personally (“data erasure”) and can revoke the consent you gave previously to us for news and information.