Be The Match Hawaii Online Privacy Statement
Be The Match Hawaii (the Hawaii Bone Marrow Donor Registry), referred for the purposes of this Online Privacy Statement as Be The Match Hawaii or “we”, is committed to respecting your privacy. The Be The Match Hawaii website (bethematchhawaii.org) has been structured so you can visit it without identifying yourself or revealing any personal information. Should you choose to provide Be The Match Hawaii with personally identifiable information (any information by which you can be identified), you can be assured it will be used only to support your relationship with Be The Match Hawaii.
As you browse through this website, Be The Match Hawaii collects some non-personally identifiable data such as:
- the type of browser used to access the site
- the date and time of your visit
- the pages you visited
- the address of the website that referred you if you clicked a link to get to this site
Be The Match Hawaii collects this information for statistical purposes and for evaluating this website to make it more useful to visitors.
This website collects personally identifiable information only if you voluntarily submit it. On some pages, you may be able to update your contact information, choose to provide an online contribution or submit other requests. The personal information collected on these pages is your name and contact information. In some cases, you may submit additional information as needed to complete your request.
If you choose to make an online financial contribution to Be The Match Hawaii, transactions are handled through PayPal, an internet software and services company that provides secure and guaranteed safe monetary transactions. All information collected by PayPal is encrypted and transactions are conducted through a secure socket layer (SSL).
We use persistent cookies. A cookie is a small text file that contains no personally identifying information and that is placed into the memory of your browser. If the lifetime of the cookie extends beyond the time you spend at the site, the file is saved for future reference and is a “persistent cookie.”