4-H Ontario respects the privacy of our members, volunteers, donors, sponsors and stakeholders. We are committed to ensuring that appropriate measures and safeguards are in place to protect specific information that is held for the purpose of the program. We adhere to all legislative requirements with respect to privacy. We do not rent, sell or trade mailing lists. We understand that some of the information we hold on members, volunteers, donors, sponsors and stakeholders is private, which is why we collect personal information only for the following purposes:
To establish and maintain a responsible relationship and provide ongoing service and support.
To conduct the 4-H Ontario Volunteer Recruitment and Screening Process for those volunteers and staff who may find themselves in a position of trust with the membership of the organization.
To develop, enhance, market or provide opportunities consistent with the program mandate.
To maintain, manage and develop our programs and operations, through solicited feedback and support.
To meet program requirements.
At all times we strive to keep personal information accurate and up-to-date for the purposes identified above. Members, volunteers, donors, sponsors and stakeholders do have choices and can refuse or withdraw consent for us to keep and use information. They may request that their name be removed from our various lists; they can refuse to provide personal information to us; and they may withdraw consent at any time. In all cases this may limit 4-H Ontario’s ability to provide appropriate service and support to these individuals.
If at any time you wish to be removed from any of our contact lists, simply contact us by phone at (519) 824-0101 ext. 470; toll free at 1-877-410-6748 ext. 470, fax at (519) 824-8759 or via our website at 4-HOntario.ca. We will gladly accommodate your request.
For further information regarding our commitment to privacy please contact 4-H Ontario’s Privacy and Screening Officer at email@example.com. For more information see our Policies Section – Document #5.14.