PRIVACY POLICY

Your Privacy

The Canadian Council of Archives (CCA) values the privacy of visitors to the Fundraising 101 Tutorial. The only personally identifiable information collected is provided by the user. This information is stored securely and used exclusively for the purpose for which it is provided.

WHY AM I REQUIRED TO REGISTER TO ACCESS THE FUNDRAISING 101 TUTORIAL ?

We will collect limited information, including your name, organization, city and e-mail address, when you register to use our services. We only gather the information required to personalize your learning experience and help us to meet your needs. We maintain this information in our user database. We may use "cookies" to recognize you and your access privileges on our site, as well as to trace site usage.

HOW DOES THE CANADIAN COUNCIL OF ARCHIVES (CCA) USE MY PERSONAL INFORMATION?

  1. To build your login account.
  2. To provide the service or product requested and for systems administration and troubleshooting purposes.
  3. We may also use personal account information and data collected through your personal identification to generate statistics and aggregate reports for internal use and for sharing with affiliates and advertisers. These statistics and aggregate reports will not contain any personally identifiable information. Your individual identity is always kept anonymous.
  4. We may contact you from time to time to evaluate the effectiveness of your learning experience through the Fundraising 101 tutorial.

DOES THE CANADIAN COUNCIL OF ARCHIVES (CCA) DISCLOSE MY PERSONAL INFORMATION?

No, the Canadian Council of Archives (CCA) believes that your information deserves protection. We do not sell our data, nor do we allow partners or sponsors access to it.

HOW WAS THIS SITE DEVELOPED?

The CCA Preservation Committee developed the Fundraising 101 tutorial. The Committee is comprised of volunteers who provide leadership in preservation management and support the development of related education programmes, training and resources. The CCA Preservation Committee also identifies and coordinates with partners to secure future funding for preservation activities. Recently, the Canadian archival community identified a need for fundraising for collections care and the CCA Preservation Committee responded by developing a tool that would assist archives in these and other activities.

WHAT IS THE CANADIAN COUNCIL OF ARCHIVES (CCA) ?

The Canadian Council of Archives is a non-profit organization that coordinates, provides leadership and fosters development and cooperation within the Canadian archival system by assisting and supporting member archival organizations through programs and services that benefit Canadians.