Collecting personal information from using the WA PCYC website
If an individual registers to receive information from WA PCYC, he/she will be asked for some personal information. This may be as little as his/her first name and an email address. If the individual would rather make up a first name, this is OK.
After registering, WA PCYC may also aim to collect additional information from individuals. Any further collection of personal information will only occur with consent from the individual. WA PCYC does not collect or swap information about individuals from or with other organisations.
When making an online donation to WA PCYC your financial details are passed through a secure server using the latest 128-bit SSL (secure sockets layer) encryption technology. 128-bit SSL encryption is the industry standard.
WA PCYC and links to other websites
Our website provides links to other websites. These linked sites are not under the control of WA PCYC, and we cannot accept responsibility for the conduct of companies or organisations linked to its website.
Before disclosing personal information on any other website, WA PCYC advises users to examine the terms and conditions of using those websites.
If an individual receives correspondence from WA PCYC and does not wish to receive this information any longer, he/she may remove his/her name from a WA PCYC list either by following the unsubscribe instructions (where that facility is available), or by emailing email@example.com and asking to be removed from the mailing list. Please allow seven days for this request to be processed.
Donations Refund Policy
The WA PCYC Donation Refund Policy highlights the value our organisation places the financial contributions our donors make to us. We recognise the importance of donations and have established principles of transparency and fairness in regard to the management of refunds.
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