Read to a Child, Inc. is a 501(c)3 national nonprofit children’s literacy and mentoring organization.
This privacy notice discloses the privacy practices of Read to a Child, Inc. (hereafter Read to a Child) and website domains operated by Read to a Child. This privacy notice applies to information collected by Read to a Child, when its website domains are accessed, as well as during programs, events, and other activities.
Read to a Child can view your personal information if you provide it to our organization. This information could include: full names, emails, phone numbers, and addresses. Read to a Child could collect this information when you send us a message, make a donation to Read to a Child, sign up as a volunteer mentor, register for an event, and in other similar instances. All disclosure is voluntary. Read to a Child does not give, share, sell, or transfer any personal information to a third-party unless otherwise specified. User information will not be used for commercial purposes, unless otherwise specified. You are not required to provide information to Read to a Child to use websites it operates.
When using websites operated by Read to a Child, information may be acquired through the websites or data processors used to run the websites. This information is non-personal with no direct association to any specific individual. This may include browsing information, including but not limited to, IP addresses, device identifiers, and session times.
If you wish to subscribe to updates from Read to a Child, you will be asked to provide your contact information. If you have provided your contact information to Read to a Child, but no longer wish to receive communications, you can unsubscribe at the bottom of the most recent email or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to update or change your contact information, please email email@example.com. When inquiries are emailed to Read to a Child or submitted via our online form, we store emails and email addresses so we can respond electronically. Unless otherwise required by statute, we do not identify publicly who sends questions or comments to our websites.
Photo and Media Policy
Read to a Child uses photos from our programs, events, and other stakeholders to better tell the story of our students and mentors. These images are important for showing the impact that the joy of reading and the power of mentorship has on children. Photos are used for publicity, fundraising purposes, and to enhance the quality of Read to a Child’s communications (i.e. newsletters, social media, print materials). Any and all images taken and shared by Read to a Child have received the appropriate permissions from parents, teachers, and students for use. No special compensation is given to those whose images are featured, whether they be images of the Read Aloud Mentoring Program or events. Read to a Child does not generally contact individuals to notify them if or when their image is used.
Use of Text and Images
Information provided on the Read to a Child website that is not secured is considered public information. Logos of sponsors and other Read to a Child partners are the property of their respective companies used with explicit permissions by Read to a Child. All other website images including the Read to a Child logo are trademarked or copyrighted and require permission for reuse from Read to a Child. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive permission to use text or images featured on the website.
External Links to Third Parties
We will only use the contact information of our donors for the following purposes:
- Distributing receipts
- Thanking and recognizing donors for their contributions
- Informing donors about upcoming programs, activities, and events
- Internal analysis and record keeping
- Reporting to relevant US federal and state agencies
Read to a Child does not and will not share, sell, rent, or lease donor information to other individuals or entities. The identity of donors requesting anonymity will not be shared publicly, unless required by law. All access to donor financial information is limited to necessary staff to process the data. No such data is given to any person, organization, or group unless required by law.