The Foundation does not currently collect personal identifying information through our website except for information that you send to us in an email message, or that you send us when you fill in our online letter of inquiry. If you choose to send us an email message, including submission of your letter of inquiry, we may retain the content of the email, your email address and our response. The Foundation does not sell, rent or exchange any personal identifying information to or with unrelated third parties. However, we may share such information with related third parties or unrelated third parties in connection with or maintenance and operation of the Foundation website or as may otherwise be legally required. Although the Foundation uses security that it believes to be appropriate to protect the personal identifying information received thought its website, the Foundation does not guarantee that its security precautions will protect against any loss, misuse or alteration of any such information.
The Foundation may, at times, provide links to other websites for your convenience. Please be aware that this Policy applies only to websites operated by The Louis Calder Foundation. We recommend that you review the privacy and security policies of each website you visit before providing any personal information.
We reserve the right to modify this Policy at any time. Your continuing to access any of our websites constitutes your acceptance of any modification to this Policy in effect at the time of your access. No modification or attempted modification of this Policy by you shall be binding on the Foundation.