The Grant Foundation, a Georgia nonprofit organization operating under the laws of the State of GA (referred to herein as “we,” “us,” and “our”), is passionately committed to safeguarding the privacy of individuals, referred to as “users” and “you.” This privacy notice elucidates the personal information The Grant Foundation may collect and how it will be utilized and disclosed.

Information Collection:

The Grant Foundation may gather two distinct types of information: Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Non-Personally Identifiable Information (Non-PII).

PII includes data that identifies individuals, such as names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, credit card information, and shipping details. Non-PII encompasses aggregated information, demographic data, IP addresses, and user behavior data that doesn’t disclose specific identities. The Grant Foundation may collect sensitive PII through various channels, including in-person discussions, phone conversations, and electronic or written communications.

Information Use:

The collection of PII by The Grant Foundation serves various purposes, including establishing and maintaining relationships, responding to inquiries, providing requested services, keeping users informed about relevant services, personalizing user experiences, and more. PII is crucial for delivering the requested services effectively.

Disclosure of Information:

The Grant Foundation prioritizes the confidentiality of PII and does not sell or lease such information to third parties. PII may be shared with affiliates, third parties providing services, government entities, and regulatory bodies as permitted by contractual agreements or required by law. The Foundation ensures that third parties treating PII confidentially and securely agree to do so.

Specifically, PII may be shared with carriers for efficient product delivery, financial institutions for transaction processing, and logistics partners for order processing and shipping.


Users have the right to request access to their PII held by The Grant Foundation. Additionally, correction, amendment, or deletion of inaccurate PII can be requested, and such requests will be handled according to internal policies and legal requirements.

Information Security:

The Grant Foundation maintains physical, administrative, and technical safeguards to protect PII from loss, misuse, or unauthorized access. Donor personal information collected during online transactions is safeguarded using industry-standard SSL technology. This ensures the security of data transmissions, and information collected is not shared or sold to third parties.


The Grant Foundation may use cookies to enhance user experience by recognizing returning visitors to its website. Affiliates and third-party vendors may also use cookies. Users have the option to refuse cookies, but this may limit access to certain parts of the website.

Google/Facebook Privacy Policy Update:

Technologies like cookies are used to deliver, secure, and understand products, services, and ads. Third-party vendors, including Google, may show ads based on users' past visits to The Grant Foundation's website. Users can opt out of Google’s use of cookies via Google’s Ads Settings and opt out of third-party vendor cookies through the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page.

Changes to this Privacy Notice:

The Grant Foundation reserves the right to modify this privacy notice, withi any changes becoming effective upon posting the revised notice on the internet or as required by law. Your continued engagement with The Grant Foundation signifies your acknowledgment and acceptance of these privacy practices.

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