Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS (Southwest Center) respects and values the privacy of our clients, donors, online users, board, staff and volunteers. Personal information shared with Southwest Center is voluntarily given.
Collecting of Information
The types of information that may be collected and not limited to are name, address, telephone number, email address, date of birth/birthday, social security number and credit card information. The information collected is used for specific purposes (examples: services, programs, events, donations, comments, inquiries, registrations or payments).
Use of Information
By voluntarily providing your information, Southwest Center may send you various communications such as our monthly e-newsletter, fundraising campaigns or notices about upcoming events. If you no longer wish to receive any communication, please click on the “Safe Unsubscribe”, “Opt-Out” or as instructed on the method of communication. You may also send your request in writing to: Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS Attn: Development Department 1101 N. Central Avenue, Suite 200 Phoenix, AZ 85004
Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS takes very seriously its responsibility to keep your personal information private. Accordingly, unless you have explicitly agreed otherwise, we do not share or sell any of your personal information to third parties. We may hire third-party technology providers to host our equipment or enable certain functions at our website and store your information, but we ensure that these technology providers are contractually obligated to maintain the confidentiality of all personal information. At times, information is only shared with staff, board, volunteers and consultants on a “need-to-know” basis as it relates to Southwest Center events, programs or activities.
How We Protect Personal Information
Our goal is to take measures to protect the privacy of any information you choose to provide, that are reasonable in the context of the information provided. Accordingly, Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS uses physical, electronic, managerial, and contractual procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online, and we use encryption and heightened security procedures when storing or transferring data provided to us by visitors seeking to participate in research opportunities.
We also safeguard personal information from unauthorized access. Only authorized employees and agents required by contract to observe our privacy practices are permitted to access personal information, and they only may do so for permitted business functions. Any employee who would violate our privacy access policies would be subject to disciplinary action.