Ukraine Relief believes strongly in protecting the integrity and privacy of personally identifiable information gathered from visitors and subscribers to our website.

This Privacy Policy explains our collection and handling of personally identifiable information received from you in communications and transactions conducted on or through this website. It does not apply to any other information received or collected by us through any other means.

Please review this Privacy Policy periodically as we may modify it from time to time. Each time you visit our website or provide us with online information, you are accepting and agreeing to our Privacy Policy and practices as then in effect.

Information We Collect and How it is Used

This notice applies to all information collected or submitted on the Ukraine Relief website. Throughout our website, you can make information requests, sign- up for various Ukraine Relief programs, register to receive program updates or resource materials, or make financial contributions. Ukraine Relief collects only the personal information voluntarily provided through this website. This may include, but is not limited to, your name, email address, contact information, credit card information and any other demographic data or details related to your background or interests that you choose to provide.
We generally do not collect personally identifiable information about you on our website without your permission. However, we place email links on our site to allow you to contact us directly and we may otherwise collect your email address through technical means. The information that you provide us or that we collect is used to respond directly to your questions or comments and to more efficiently operate our site. We also may use these addresses in fundraising recruitment initiatives. All of our emails contain a link for you to unsubscribe or modify your profile. You may also subscribe or unsubscribe to any newsletter or email communication from Ukraine Relief at any time.
Ukraine Relief does not share personal information provided by you through its website with any other institution, company, government or governmental agency or other organization. Ukraine Relief is obligated to disclose personal information in exceptional cases as required by US law, which include but are not limited to a subpoena.
Ukraine Relief uses the information you provide about yourself for various services, which are disclosed to you when you provide the information. Examples include email newsletters, invitations to Ukraine Relief events, or for information alerts about Ukraine Relief programs or activities. In some cases, Ukraine Relief uses this information, including the email addresses and contact information gathered from our websites, for fundraising activities.

Use of Cookies and IP addresses

Additionally, the Ukraine Relief website uses web cookies—a mechanism by which a website and a web browser can jointly “remember” information within or between browsing sessions. Cookies are useful because they can improve the user experience. However, cookies have been subject to criticism because they also can be employed to invisibly assemble information about user’s browsing habits for marketing purposes.
Ukraine Relief uses cookies only to improve the user experience within the context of a single browser session or between site visits and not for any form of information gathering about user browsing. Cookies may contain a “key,” so that you do not need to login every time you visit a new page, or when you return to the Ukraine Relief website from the same computer at a later date. Remember, if you are using a public computer, and you fail to log out from a Ukraine Relief website after finishing your session, another person may be able to access your account.
We also may log internet protocol (IP) addresses and browser types for system administration purposes, to diagnose problems with our site and to gather broad demographic information about our visitors. An IP address is associated with the access point through which a visitor enters the Internet. By itself, an IP address is not personally identifiable, but we may combine IP addresses with personally identifiable information. IP addresses enable us to collect information about the frequency with which users visit our site, and enable us to track user activity and click-through behavior. Combining IP addresses with personal information enables us to personalize emails to our visitors and improve the effectiveness of our communications and our users’ online experience.

Information collected on Ukraine Relief websites is never used for commercial purposes.

Contribution Payments By PayPal

Your contribution payments are collected by PayPal Secure Payment System. You will be redirected to PayPal page after you click “Donate” button. The receiver of your donation is “Great Commission Ministry International”. If you see $0.00 Amount on PayPal Order Summary Page, please click “UPDATE” link to finalize your amount, then complete your payment with PayPal your account or click “Don’t Have PayPal Account” link to use your debit/credit card.

If you have issues with PayPal payment, please call us (916) 233-2525 or contact Ukraine Relief by any other way. Contact information can be found under “Contact” page on our website.