Revised as of April 4, 2017
Personally Identifiable Information
We will not collect any personally identifiable information about you, such as your name, email address, credit card or other information, unless we explicitly request the information and you choose to provide it. We use your personal information to send you email alerts, respond to questions or requests and process online donations. If such information is collected, it may be shared with other closely aligned groups for the purposes of responding to any comments or questions you submit and to provide any follow-up information about our organizations and our issues. It also may be shared with an outside company to fulfill any request you have made to us, such as charging a donation to your credit card. We will not sell, rent, provide or disclose personally identifiable information to any commercial users or marketing firms.
Charlottesville Tomorrow also complies with the policies required by our email marketing provider, iContact.
You can always “opt-out” of our online communications to keep from receiving unwanted emails. Charlottesville Tomorrow’s online communications are sent to subscribers only. Subscribers may “opt out” of our online communications to keep from receiving unwanted emails. All of our online communications contain opt out instructions and links at the bottom of the email. Alternatively, you can opt out of receiving online communications by sending an email with your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (434) 260-1533.
Credit Card Transactions
Subscribers who support the organization through online credit card donations will have their credit card numbers stored in an encrypted form in our web site online merchant provider’s (Better World Collective) database only as required to fulfill financial transactions and will only display the last four digits of credit card numbers on member web pages or confirmation emails. Better World Collective represents that it complies with applicable payment card industry data security standards.
Links to other sites
Discussion Policy for the Charlottesville Tomorrow Website
The opinions reflected here such as visitor comments, unless written by Charlottesville Tomorrow staff, may not be representative of the views of Charlottesville Tomorrow. We encourage the public to comment on our website. Anonymous comments, however, are not allowed. We want to encourage a civil discussion of growth and development issues, and our belief is that is best done by requiring people to put their first and last name on their own comments. Comments that include profanity or personal attacks or other inappropriate comments or material will be removed from the site. Entries submitted by someone other than the actual author will be removed.
Anne Russell Gregory
P.O. Box 1591
Charlottesville, VA 22902