POLICIES AND DISCLAIMERS
By accessing and using our website, you agree to these policies and disclaimers.
We collect personal information voluntarily submitted by visitors to our site for various purposes. This information enables us, among other things, to respond to requests for information and to correspond with donors and supporters. We also compile aggregate information on our site’s traffic. That information is anonymous, and we use it to improve our site. We value your privacy. We have put in place procedures to safeguard the information you provide to us online. However, no transmission or storage of information submitted online can be completely secure, so any submissions are at the submitter’s risk.
There are various donation, application and sign-up sections on our website containing input forms which require your name, e‑mail address and other information. By submitting such forms, you give us permission to contact you with messages that are related to your interest in Detroit Children’s Fund.
All disclosure to us is voluntary and you may at any time decide to rescind the information you provided to us by contacting us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any information on our site, and we are not responsible for any damages of any sort, including indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, arising out of the use of our site or reliance on the information available on our site.
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The information contained on our website, and our policies and disclaimers concerning your access to and use of the site, are subject to change, and we reserve the right to modify them at any time without notice.
We are committed to addressing the needs of persons with disabilities who access and use our website. We have incorporated into our site a variety of shortcuts and text description that make our site easier to navigate with assistive technologies. We welcome your comments and suggestions about how to make our site more accessible to the disabled community.