Collecting Personal Information
The purpose of our website is to educate, inform and connect with the public about issues relating to the WaterWealth Project's goal of supporting community based decision-making over our local home waters, now and for our children and grandchildren. When you visit this site and access information, you are anonymous. We do not require you to provide personal information to view it.
However, when you donate to us or sign-up, we will ask for additional information. We do this to keep in touch with you through newsletters or email and provide you with services that may be valuable to you. On occasion, we may email, phone or mail you to solicit donations.
Use of Information:
The WaterWealth Project never trades or sells email addresses. We use them only to provide you with information. You may stop receiving email at any time by unsubscribing. Alternatively, you can call 604-858-8021.
Postal addresses of individuals who donate less than $250 per year may be made available to like-minded organizations unless you request otherwise. This process of trading information with other organizations is common and an important way for us to solicit new members and help fund our work. You may choose not to share this information. To do so, please leave a message with your postal code and surname clearly spelled out at 604-858-8021 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Email addresses of financial supporters are not traded.
Newsletters and Mailings
If you wish to stop receiving our newsletters or mailings, please call Sheila Muxlow at 604-858-8021 or email email@example.com. Postal addresses of subscribers to our newsletters may be traded with like-minded organizations as above.
Policy Updates and Changes
Because of the fast-changing nature of the online medium and the world around us, the WaterWealth Project may change this policy from time to time. Changes may occur without warning and they will be reflected on this page.
To provide users with more information on various issues, we often provide links to third-party websites. However, we do not control those websites or necessarily endorse their viewpoints.
Your privacy is important to us. We welcome comments and questions about our policy. Please contact our Privacy Officer, Sheila Muxlow at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-858-8021.