COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
Personal Information. We do not collect personally identifiable information from you unless you provide it to us voluntarily. If you request information from us, subscribe to our newsletter or donate, we may collect the following information: first and last name, street address, city, state, zip code, telephone number, email address, and subject of inquiry (collectively, “Personal Information”).
MAKING A DONATION
Access to Financial Information. The BOMA Project will not collect or have access to any credit card numbers or bank account information collected by the Third-Party Vendors in the processing of online transactions.
USE OF INFORMATION
We limit the use of your Personal Information as follows:
If you do not request information, subscribe to our newsletter, donate permit a Third-Party Vendor to provide us with your Personal Information, or otherwise identify yourself, we will have no personally identifiable information about you. We will only use aggregate information derived, in part, from your use of our site to improve our site and our service to you.
If you voluntarily provide Personal Information, we may enter your information into our database and contact you in order to: 1) supply you with information, including our newsletter, related to The BOMA Project’s programs, events and services; and/ or 2) request voluntary time or monetary contributions.
We are committed to protecting the security of your Personal Information and to honoring your choices for its intended use. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of Personal Information, we strive to maintain physical, electronic, and administrative safeguards.
At The BOMA Project, data is stored in a password-controlled database with unique login ID’s and passwords. All reasonable efforts are made to ensure that computer systems are safeguarded to prevent unauthorized access.
However, such precautions do not guarantee that our website is invulnerable to all security breaks. We make no warranty, guarantee, or representation that the use of our website is protected from viruses, security threats, or other vulnerabilities and that your Personal Information will always be secure. However, in the event of a security breach, BOMA will fully comply with the Vermont Security Breach Notice Act and Kenyan privacy laws to the extent i applicable.
We respect your privacy and recognize that you may wish to modify our use of your Personal Information. Therefore, you may request that we revise or delete your Personal Information, or discontinue contact with you. If you contact us with a request, all reasonable efforts will be taken to ensure that your request is complied with promptly.
Updated September 26, 2017
BOMA PROJECT ANONYMOUS HOTLINE
At the BOMA Project, we strongly believe that our core values are not simply words written in an employee manual or on a website page. They are something that we all must live by every day while striving to make them a cornerstone of the BOMA workplace culture.
By ensuring that we make every effort to incorporate values such as honesty, integrity, respect and cooperation into our culture, we also ensure that BOMA lives up to the high ethical standards that make each of us proud to be associated with our organization and recognized as a beacon of ethical behavior throughout the communities in which we work.
Nothing is more important to the long-term success of BOMA than the well-being of our employees. With your efforts, BOMA can achieve the goals that will lead to a bright and secure future for all of us. We have a responsibility to provide a work environment where employees feel safe and can report unethical or improper behavior in complete confidence.
With this in mind, we are pleased to announce that, effective May 1, 2018, we have engaged Lighthouse Services, Inc. to provide all BOMA Project employees with access to an anonymous ethics and compliance hotline for reporting possible ethics violations. The purpose of this service is to ensure that any employee wishing to submit a report of inappropriate behavior can do so anonymously and without fear of retribution
For your convenience, Lighthouse Services provides several reporting methods, all of which are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for use by employees and staff:
- In the USA: 833-480-0010
- From Kenya: Dial 0-207-602-020
- An English language voice prompt will ask for the number you are calling.
- Enter the toll free number: 800-603-2869
- You are now connected to the hotline.
- A Lighthouse greeting will be played in multiple languages
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (must include reference to BOMA in the report)