Privacy Statement

The Loyola Foundation is committed to protecting your privacy when you access and use our web site (the "Site") and provides you this notice that any data or information collected and used by The Loyola Foundation in connection with the Site and services or materials available or enabled via the Site ("Services" and "Materials") are governed by this online privacy policy ("Privacy Policy") as amended from time to time.

SECTION 1. CHANGES IN PRIVACY POLICY
Any information that identifies or can be used to identify the person to whom such information pertains ("personal information") that we collect and maintain will be subject to this Privacy Policy, as amended from time to time. The Loyola Foundation may change this Privacy Policy from time to time in its sole discretion. If you have objections to the Privacy Policy, you should immediately discontinue use of the Site and Services and Materials. Unless at the time you provide personal information to The Loyola Foundation you expressly limit how such information will be used to communicate with you, either by The Loyola Foundation or third parties, The Loyola Foundation will not change your preferences in this regard without your consent, and you will be deemed to have been made aware of, and will be subject to the changes to the Privacy Policy after The Loyola Foundation has posted the notice of changes in the Privacy Policy.

SECTION 2. PERSONAL INFORMATION AND PREFERENCES
You have the right at all times to correct your personal information and privacy preferences. You can edit and correct your personal information and privacy preferences by writing to The Loyola Foundation at:

The Loyola Foundation
10335 Democracy Lane
Suite 202
Fairfax, VA 22030

The Loyola Foundation is committed to respecting your preferences and legal rights with respect to access to, correction of, and deletion of your personal information. Except in particular circumstances described in this Privacy Policy, or where required by law, regulation, litigation, national security or law enforcement, The Loyola Foundation will not provide your name to other companies or organizations without your consent.

If you provide The Loyola Foundation with inconsistent privacy preferences The Loyola Foundation will update its records with your latest preference in a timely and accurate manner.

SECTION 3. COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
The Loyola Foundation does not make grants to individuals.However, as you access and use the Site, Services and Materials on behalf of your organization, The Loyola Foundation may from time to time ask you to provide certain information and data about yourself by filling out and submitting a form or a field on the Site. This information could include for example your first and last name, mailing address, country of residence, e-mail address, telephone or facsimile number, work address and other information. Of course, it is optional for you to provide such information, however, in some instances The Loyola Foundation may require certain mandatory information about you in order to fully consider your submission. If you do not provide mandatory data and information with respect to that particular use of the Site, the Services or Materials, you will not be able to access or use the Site, the Services or Materials. Or, if you wish to delete your data and information (as provided in Section 2 above) and such data or information is mandatory, then you may no longer be able to access or use the Site, the Services or the Materials.

In order to facilitate our evaluation of your use of the Site, the Services and the Materials, The Loyola Foundation will also from time to time collect information about your computer which may include among other information, its operating system, CPU speed, Internet Protocol (IP) address, referring or exit web pages and browser type. The Loyola Foundation will use this information to measure your use of the Site, the Services and Materials to support, evaluate, enhance and supplement your user experience with the Site, the Services and Materials.

Cookies, web beacons and similar tracking devices

The Loyola Foundation may use cookies, web beacons or other devices to track your use of the Site, the Services or the Materials (e.g. types of Services or Materials used, number of uses or downloads, number of users of the Site, the Services or the Materials) and our web servers will automatically log the IP/Internet address of your computer. This information is collected in aggregate form, without identifying any user individually. The Loyola Foundation may use this aggregated information for improving and enhancing the Site, the Services and Materials and for statistical analysis. It is not The Loyola Foundation's practice to use this information for any other purposes or to identify any user personally, however, where you have expressly provided consent for the Site, the Services or the Materials to "remember" the unique identifier that you select when you register your account, that unique identifier will be stored on a cookie on your computer and that unique identifier will be linked to your Registration Information (defined below). For your information and understanding, a cookie is a small amount of data that is transferred to your browser by a web server and can only be read by the server that gave it to you. It serves as your ID card and enables the web server that gave it to you to record your passwords and preferences. A web beacon is a small gif image that is embedded in an HTML page or email used to track when the page or email has been viewed. Similar devices can be embedded in the Services or Materials to send data to a web server when a set of user-initiated events occur, as when a user clicks on one or more buttons to initiate an action, direction or response on the Site.

Most browsers default to allow or accept cookies, and most products and services that include similar devices also default to activate or allow the collection of data. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the option to decide whether or not to accept it (however, some web pages, including those that may be contained in web sites linked to this Site, may require an authorization and may not grant you the option of choosing not to accept cookies or similar devices and will likely not allow you to access those pages or any related products or services).

SECTION 4. USE OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
The Loyola Foundation collects your personal information to support, record, facilitate and enhance your use of the Site, the Services and the Materials. Except where prohibited by law or where you have opted to not receive such communications, we use your personal information to review your organization’s request for funding or support and so that we may contact you in response to your organization’s request.

SECTION 5. PROTECTION OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
The Loyola Foundation classifies the personal information that you submit and provide in connection with registering yourself as a user of the Site, the Services or the Materials as "Registration Information." Your Registration Information is protected in the following ways:

(a) Your Registration Information resides on secure servers that only selected The Loyola Foundation personnel and contractors have access to via password. These personnel and contractors are bound under strict confidentiality agreements with The Loyola Foundation prohibiting disclosure or use of your Registration Information other than for its intended purposes as contemplated by this Privacy Policy.

(b) The Loyola Foundation encrypts your personal information as it is transferred to The Loyola Foundation's secure servers, thereby taking reasonable measures to prevent unauthorized parties for viewing, disclosing or using such information.

Any personal information that you submit or provide that does not constitute Registration Information also resides on The Loyola Foundation's secure servers and is accessible only by selected The Loyola Foundation personnel and contractors via password. These personnel and contractors are bound under strict confidentiality agreements with The Loyola Foundation prohibiting disclosure or use of your Registration Information other than for its intended purposes as contemplated by this Privacy Policy.

SECTION 6. COMPLAINTS
If you feel that The Loyola Foundation has failed to comply with its obligations under this Privacy Policy or otherwise have complaints with respect to The Loyola Foundation's use or protection of your personal information, contact The Loyola Foundation in writing at the following address:

The Loyola Foundation
10335 Democracy Lane
Suite 202
Fairfax, VA 22030


Please be specific in your complaint and provide as much detail as possible so that we can promptly address your concerns. We will investigate and respond to all complaints promptly.

For further information about The Loyola Foundation, please contact us at:

The Loyola Foundation
10335 Democracy Lane
Suite 202
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
USA

(571) 435-9401

info@loyolafoundation.org