You are viewing a preview version of this site. The live site is located at: https://jewishannarbor.org

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting jewishannarbor.org. This is the website of the Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving people's lives locally and globally. Our offices are located 2939 Birch Hollow Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. Our telephone number is 734.677.0100. Our email address is info@jewishannarbor.org.

The main purpose of our website is to provide information and services to individuals.  Your privacy is important to us and we are committed to protecting it and to making you aware of our online practices regarding the privacy of your information.

Information Collected

Our website does not automatically collect any individually identifiable information, such as email addresses, from visitors.

We collect personal information when you provide it in the course of interacting with the site. At the jewishannarbor.org site, you may be able to register and create a user profile for sign up to events or programs, make use of our career center, subscribe to an email newsletter, take part in message boards or chat, participate in polls or surveys, or make a donation. In so doing, you may be asked to provide personally identifiable information such as your name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, credit card information, or information about your interests and activities. When registering on a Fedweb site, we may also ask you to choose a security question to answer (such as your mother's maiden name or your pet's name).

If your personal information changes and you wish to update it (such as your address), or if you wish to delete your information, you can make changes to your user profile on the site.  If this should prove insufficient, you may contact us at info@jewishannarbor.org to update or remove your personal information as requested.

How the Information is Used

We may use the information you give us to provide services to you, at your request. We may use it to communicate with you through periodic messages regarding services, events, and other information and notices we believe you may find interesting or useful. We may use it for confirmation of donations, registrations, or other actions you take on our site, and for related customer service needs.

If you are a registered user, you may alter your user profile in order to remove your name from our e-mail recipient list.

We do share our mailing lists with other Ann Arbor Jewish organizations (such as JFS, HDS, Chabad and etc.). Any personal information you provide to a Fedweb site will not be disseminated to third parties outside of the Ann Arbor Jewish organizations.

We may use the information that is not personally identifiable to analyze the design and functioning of our site in order to make site improvements. We may use such information in the aggregate to analyze site usage.

We will disclose personally identifiable information when required to do so by law.

Cookies

Our site makes limited use of cookies.  A cookie is a small file that is saved on your computer browser that contains information related to your use of a site.  We use cookies to personalize your experience on our site by recognizing your name when you return.  If you are a registered user, a cookie may link to your user profile as a convenience to bypass the necessity of logging in.  If you reject cookies, you might experience limited usability in some areas of our site.

Security

Jewishannarbor.org uses appropriate procedures to ensure the security of your personal information and to protect it from unauthorized access. In particular, when we ask you to enter credit card information, we use the top industry standard security protection, including encryption, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) transmission connection, and a secure server for information storage. Encryption keys are secured by Verisign. For more information on SSL and web security, seehttp://www.verisign.com.

While on a secure page, such as our donation form, the lock icon at the top of your browser page such as Google.com becomes locked, as opposed to unlocked, or open, when you are just "surfing."

Links

We provide links to other websites that we believe you will find useful. We ask you to recognize that the Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor is not responsible in any way for the privacy practices of these other sites.