GATHERING AND USE OF INFORMATION
The YMCA of Greater Louisville may share the Personal Data that it collects with its corporate affiliates, such as the YMCA of the USA, and third parties that provide services to YMCA of Greater Louisville.
YMCALouisville.org uses "cookie" technology as a means of enabling functionality, but not for gathering data on users.
KIDS AND PARENTS
Kids: If you are 18 years of age or younger, please be sure to ask your parents for permission before providing any information to us.
Parents: We hope that you and your children enjoy our website. In communicating directly with minors over the Internet, we recognize the unique issues raised regarding the protection of your child's privacy. The Children's Advertising Review Unit (CARU), a section of the Better Business Bureau, has issued guidelines for websites gathering information from minors. The YMCA of Greater Louisville intends to comply with the CARU guidelines in order to protect your kids and their privacy. We recommend, however, that you caution your children on the importance of scrutinizing sources and checking with you before revealing any personal information.
We encourage you to share your comments and questions with us. We promise to read all the mail you send to us, but we may not be able to respond to all of it. However, please note that we assume no responsibility for reviewing unsolicited ideas for our business (like product or advertising ideas) and will not incur any liability as a result of any similarities between your ideas and future YMCA of Greater Louisville programs. This means that we have no obligation to treat your idea submissions confidentially and that we can use them without paying you for them. Any and all idea submissions will be owned by YMCA of Greater Louisville exclusively and may be used by YMCA of Greater Louisville for any purpose, now or in the future.
Contributions made to the YMCA of Greater Louisville are acknowledged in our Annual Report. Donors that do not wish to have their name recognized in print and online can request to remain anonymous at the time of making a pledge. Donors may also opt-out, at anytime, of involvement in future campaigns and mailing lists.