Privacy is our first concern
We are completely committed to keep all of your personal information
confidential. Given the sensitive nature of our services, privacy is not
an afterthought; we build everything around safeguarding your personal
learn of how your personal information is handled.
Why do we collect any personal information?
We only collect personal information that you provide us with. The better
we know about you, the better we are able to provide you with superior
customer service and provide you with relevant and convenient web content.
More importantly, we are able to keep you up-to-date on our services you
may already have purchased or special offers that may help you save money
or would like to know about.
As we work with select partners to expand our own product and service
offerings, we may choose to inform you about that as well. We always look
for ways to improve ourselves and our services; so from time to time we
may also use your personal information to contact you about providing us
with your feedback or participating in a market research survey.
How do we collect personal information?
We collect information about you in several ways. Since most of our
services are completely personal, we may receive the information from you
during the purchase process or through the use of our services. We will,
however, NEVER record or store any personal conversations as part of
offering our services. We may also ask for your contact information when
you correspond with us, call us or participate in an online survey or
update your information via the website. In addition, if you ask to be
included in an email mailing list, we collect and store the information
you provide in a secure database.
When and how do we disclose personal information?
We will always protect your personal information in accordance with this
information with 3rd parties.
We will disclose your personal information only under these provisions:
How we protect your personal information?
- United States law requires that any suspicion of
risk of child abuse be reported to child welfare authorities or law
If we, or the consultants, believe that a child is at risk of being
abused, has already been abused, or that someone who previously abused
children is still a threat, we have no choice but to immediately make
every effort possible to report it to social services agencies and/or
- Most United States courts have the power to
subpoena our records and a consultant's records if you are involved in a
court case in which your relationship with jewishheritagefoundation.org
or the personal advisor is somehow relevant. Although this may be rare,
if you have any questions, it is better to contact your lawyer prior to
disclosing any information you may deem private.
- If someone's life is in danger, we will attempt
to report it. This applies to potential cases of suicide or homicide.
This is of critical importance to us! We manage your security through
electronic means and through physical and managerial procedures.
The jewishheritagefoundation.org website uses industry-standard Secure
Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption on all web pages where personal information
is required. To make purchases from us, you must use an SSL-enabled browser
such as Netscape Navigator 3.0 or later, Microsoft Internet Explorer or
Safari on the Macintosh. This protects the confidentiality of your personal
and credit card information while it is transmitted over the Internet.
For your comfort and piece of mind, jewishheritagefoundation.org also works
with companies like ScanalertTM that certify the security of our websites
daily via its Hacker Safe® certification program.
You should also consider ways to safeguard your personal data when using
the Internet. Change your passwords often and include combinations of
letters and numbers and make sure that you are using a secure browser.
How can you access your personal information?
If you would like to review your personal information that
jewishheritagefoundation.org may have about you, please contact us by
clicking here. Please note that
jewishheritagefoundation.org will not provide any personal information
before explicitly confirming your identity and that the request comes from
Are we collecting other personal information?
When you visit and browse jewishheritagefoundation.org's website, we do not
require any personal information and you can browse anonymously. To help us
optimize your browsing experience, we will use information your browser
provides automatically, such as the type of computer and operating system
you are using.
Like many websites, the jewishheritagefoundation.org website uses cookie
technology. When you first connect to our site, the cookie identifies your
browser with a unique, random number. The cookies we use do not reveal any
personal information about you, but may choose to show your first name so
we can make a return visit to our website a more personal one. These
cookies also help us understand which areas of our website are the most
popular, where our visitors are going, and how long they spend there. We
use this information to study visitor traffic patterns so we can make our
website even better.
When we send you emails, we may also include "click-through URL's". By
clicking these URLs, you will pass through our web server before arriving
at the final website destination. This process helps us learn about your
interest in particular topics and help us review the effectiveness our
communications with you.
How committed are we to your privacy?
Our privacy guidelines are communicated to every employee of
jewishheritagefoundation.org to make sure your personal information
remains confidential. We also do not knowingly solicit personal
information from children or send them requests for personal
The jewishheritagefoundation.org website may contain links to other
websites. We do not share your personal information with those websites
and are not responsible for their privacy practices. We do encourage you
to learn about the privacy policies of those companies.
In case we are going to use your personal information differently from
what was stated at the time of data collection, we will try to contact
you via email using the most recent information we have. If you have not
given us permission to communicate with you, you will not be contacted,
nor will we use your personal information in a new manner.
for any changes.
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