- What personally identifiable information is collected from you through the Website, how it is used and with whom it may be shared.
- What choices are available to you regarding the use of your data.
- The security procedures in place to protect the misuse of your information.
- How you can correct any inaccuracies in the information.
- Information Collection, Use, and Sharing
The Website contains links to other websites. Currently, visitors to the UICC website may make donations to the UICC online, and order event tickets online. Donations and dues payments are currently handled by a PayPal website, where your name, address, and credit card information are obtained. Event tickets are purchased via a link to a third-party website run by Liam Reedy/Glenquin Productions (https://sfirishcenter.vbotickets.com/events), where your name, address, and credit card information are obtained. UICC does not have access to and does not receive personal or financial information from these websites when you engage in these transactions.
- Online Dues Payment and Donations and Events Tickets
Information is gathered from you on by our third-party website vendors when you make an online dues payment or a donation, or when you purchase a UICC event ticket online. You must provide contact information (like name and address) and financial information (like a credit card number, expiration date) to the third-party websites UICC currently uses to handle these transactions. This information is used for billing purposes and to fill your orders. If the third-party websites have trouble processing a dues payment or donation or an event ticket purchase, they will use this information to contact you.
UICC understands that the PayPal and Glenquin Productions websites collect sensitive information (such as credit card data), and that such information is encrypted and transmitted to these websites in a secure way. You can verify this by looking for a lock icon in the address bar and looking for “https” at the beginning of the address of the Web page. Although the third-party websites advise UICC that they use encryption to protect sensitive information transmitted online, UICC understands they also protect your information offline, and that only employees who need the information to perform a specific job (for example, billing or customer service) are granted access to personally identifiable information. UICC also understands that the computers/servers in which these third parties store personally identifiable information are kept in a secure environment. However, please be aware that UICC has no actual control over and is not responsible for the content or privacy practices of such other third-party websites. The UICC encourages its users to be aware when they leave the Website and to read the privacy statements of any other site linked to the Website that collects personally identifiable information.
UICC uses “cookies” on the website. A cookie is a piece of data stored on a site visitor’s hard drive to help the Website improve your access to its website and to identify repeat visitors to its site. Cookies can also enable UICC to track and target the interests of its users to enhance the experience on the Website. Usage of a cookie is in no way linked to any personally identifiable information on UICC’s site.
From time-to-time UICC’s website requests information via surveys. Participation in these surveys or contests is completely voluntary and you may choose whether or not to participate and therefore disclose this information. Information requested may include contact information (such as name and address), and demographic information (such as zip code, age level). Survey information will be used for purposes of monitoring or improving the UICC and its website.
- Your Access to and Control Over Information
You may opt out of any future contacts from UICC at any time. You can do the following at any time by contacting UICC via the contact form address or phone number given on the Website. https://irishcentersf.org/contact/
- Opt out of any future contacts from UICC.
- Find out what data UICC has about you, if any.
- Change/correct any data UICC has about you.
- Have UICC delete any data about you.
- Express any concern you have about UICC’s use of your data.
UICC takes precautions to protect your information. When you submit personal identification information via the Website, your information is protected both online and offline.
Dues payments, donations, and Event Tickets purchased online are usually non-refundable. The only exception is where an Event is cancelled, in which case refunds will be issued within a reasonable period of time.
Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy
The purpose of the United Irish Cultural Center of San Francisco (UICCC)’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy is (1) to ensure that UICC projects, workers, or others working with or on behalf of the UICC do no harm to children and/or vulnerable adults and (2) to ensure that safety risks and cases of misconduct are identified, reported, and addressed in an appropriate and timely manner.
The UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy pertains to all its “Representatives,” including UICC’s Board members, UICC Workers, Suppliers/Subcontractors, Sub-awardees, Implementing Partners, and Visitors who have direct contact with children and/or vulnerable adults through projects that are implemented or financially supported by UICC.
- Child– For purpose of this policy, a child is defined as anyone under the age of eighteen years, in accordance with Article 1 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.1
- Child Abuse and Exploitation– For purpose of this policy, “child abuse” and “child exploitation” shall mean any and all forms of physical and/or emotional ill-treatment, sexual abuse, neglect or negligent treatment, or commercial or other exploitation, resulting in actual or potential harm to the child’s health, survival, development, or dignity in the context of a relationship of responsibility, trust, or power.
- Child Beneficiary—For the purpose of this policy, “child beneficiary” refers to a child who benefits from or comes into contact with projects implemented or financially supported by UICC.
- Harm– For the purpose of this policy, “harm” refers to physical or psychological injury or damage to a child’s health, survival, development, or dignity.
- Implementing Partners– For the purpose of this policy, “Implementing Partners” refers to private and public entities, other than Sub-awardees or Suppliers/Sub-contractors, with which the UICC has a contractual agreement or memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the purposes of project implementation.
- Representatives– For the purpose of this policy, “Representatives” refers to UICC’s Board members, UICC Workers, Suppliers/Subcontractors, Sub-awardees, Implementing Partners and Visitors who have direct contact with children and/or vulnerable adults through projects implemented or financially supported by UICC.
- Sub-awardees– For the purpose of this policy, “Sub-awardees” refers to organizations to which an award of financial assistance is made under an award by the UICC when the UICC is the award holder (“prime” recipient).
- Suppliers/Sub-Contractors– For purpose of this policy, “Suppliers/Sub-contractors” refer to individuals, companies, or organizations with whom the UICC has a contractual relationship for the provision of goods or services.
- UICC Workers– For the purpose of this policy, “UICC Worker” refers to employees, fellows and interns, incentive workers, volunteers, contracted workers, consultants, and independent contractors.
- Visitors– For the purpose of this policy, “Visitors” refers to individuals hosted by the UICC, who are visiting projects implemented or financially supported by UICC and are not UICC Workers, or others involved in project implementation. It includes journalists, photographers, UICC voices, board members, and donors, among others.
- Vulnerable Adults– For the purpose of this policy, “vulnerable adult” refers to an adult who may be unable to take care of themselves or protect themselves from harm or exploitation. Such vulnerable adults may be at greater risk of abuse and exploitation due to a variety of risk factors, such as (without limitation) gender, gender identity or expression, health issues (including mental health), disabilities, age, sexual orientation, ethnic, geographic or national origin, family status, partnership status, race, religion or belief, economic background and particular trade or profession, or as a result of the impact of conflict and crisis.
- POLICY STATEMENTS
In accordance with Article 19 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC),2 the UICC recognizes the right of all children to be protected from all forms of abuse and exploitation. Additionally, UICC believes that international human rights law provides the right to be free from abuse, exploitation, and harassment.3 The UICC further recognizes its responsibility to ensure that UICC projects, Representatives, and others working with or on behalf of the UICC do no harm to children and/or vulnerable adults.
Persons covered by this policy shall not engage in any practice inconsistent with the rights set forth in the Convention on the Rights of the Child, including Article 32 thereof, which, inter alia, requires that a child shall be protected from performing any work that is likely to be hazardous or to interfere with the child’s education, or to be harmful to the child’s health or physical, mental, spiritual, moral, or social development.
The UICC is committed to ensuring that our organizational policies, protocol, procedures, and actions reflect our commitment to fulfilling this responsibility.
- Zero Tolerance
The UICC has a zero tolerance policy regarding the abuse and exploitation of children and/or vulnerable adults. UICC Representatives are prohibited from engaging in any form of abuse or exploitation of children and/or vulnerable adults and are required to report all suspicions and allegations.
- Policy Implementation
The UICC shall implement the Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy and monitor its application over time. In addition to UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy, UICC is also committed to making all efforts to ensure that UICC Representatives comply with the UICC Code of Conduct and UICC’s Ethical Guidelines.
The UICC is committed to ensuring that UICC Workers are suitable to work with children and/or vulnerable adults and are informed of their responsibility to uphold and abide by the UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy.
3.1 Reference checks, criminal background checks, or other available means are conducted prior to an employment offer being extended to all UICC staff, including those who will be in direct contact with children and/or vulnerable adults.
3.2 Candidates for posts involving direct contact with children and/or vulnerable adults are specifically vetted through targeted questioning.
3.3 Staff orientation materials and employment contracts and agreements for new and returning staff members include the responsibility to abide by the Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy.
- Behavioral Protocol
The UICC is committed to ensuring that UICC Representatives conduct themselves in a way that is safe for children and/or vulnerable adults.
4.1 UICC Representatives are required to comply with the behavioral protocol outlined below:
4.1.1 UICC Representatives must not:
- Physically punish or discipline child beneficiaries.
- Do things for children of an intimate, personal nature that they can do for themselves.
- Act in ways intended to shame, humiliate, belittle or degrade children, or otherwise perpetrate any form of emotional abuse.
- Engage in sexual activity with children, regardless of the age of consent locally.
- Use language or behavior around or towards children that is inappropriate, harassing, abusive, sexually provocative, or demeaning.
- Invite child beneficiaries into their accommodation (including home, guesthouse, hotel, apartment, etc.), unless the supervisor has agreed that it is necessary for the protection of the child.
- Sleep in the same bed or room as a child beneficiary.
- Discriminate against, show differential treatment to, or favor particular children to the exclusion of others.
- Hire children for domestic or other labor which violates national labor laws, is inappropriate given their age or developmental stage, interferes with their education or recreational activities, or places them at significant risk of injury.
- Develop relationships with children that could in any way be deemed inappropriate, exploitative, or abusive.
- Use any computers, mobile phones, video cameras, or social media to harass children.
- Access child pornography through any medium.
4.1.2 UICC Representatives must:
- Ensure wherever possible that when working with individual children, another adult is present.
- Ensure that images taken of children (e.g., photographs and videos) are accurate and respect children’s privacy and dignity. Children must be adequately clothed in images. Sexually suggestive poses are prohibited. SUGGEST WAIVER FORM
- Abide by UICC’s Ethical Guidelines when working with or questioning children.
- Obtain informed consent from children and their caregivers before taking photographs of them, except under exceptional circumstances where this may not be possible or may not be in the best interest of the child. When possible and appropriate, this consent should be in writing and children and caregivers should be informed of how the images will be used.
- Restrict use of images of child beneficiaries to professional, respectful, awareness raising, fundraising, publicity, and programmatic purposes.
- Ensure that any image or recorded case history of a child does not place him/her at risk or render him/her vulnerable to any form of abuse.
- Respect principles of confidentiality abide by applicable data protection protocols, and only share children’s personal information on a need-to-know basis.
- Make all effort to minimize risk of harm to child beneficiaries.
- Immediately report suspicion or allegations of child abuse, exploitation or policy non-compliance as outlined in this Child Safeguarding Policy and/or in accordance with the UICC’s Whistleblower Policy.
4.2 The UICC ensures that UICC Representatives are informed of their obligation to abide by the behavior protocol outlined herein and to abide by UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy.
4.2.1 The UICC Child Safeguarding Policy is distributed to and reviewed with the all UICC Workers.
4.2.2 The UICC ensures that all UICC Workers are aware of the existence and requirements of UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy.
4.3 The UICC informs Visitors of the UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy where appropriate, and where Visitors will be in direct contact with children and/or vulnerable adults.
4.4 Sub-awardees, Suppliers/Sub-contractors, and Implementing Partners who have direct contact with children and/or vulnerable adults through projects implemented or financially supported by UICC must agree in writing to ensure that during their association with the UICC, they and their representatives comply with UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy or their own code of conduct of a similar standard (which is reviewed by UICC).
4.5 UICC Representatives must provide information to beneficiaries they are working with about UICC, the principles it adheres to, how it expects its staff to behave, the programs it is implementing and what they intend to deliver.
The UICC is committed to ensuring that UICC Workers have the knowledge they need to uphold and abide by the UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy.
5.1 The UICC includes information on the UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy in its orientation materials.
5.2 The UICC provides basic orientation with respect to its behavioral requirements to new UICC Workers as part of orientation and to existing employees in all UICC offices on an ongoing basis.
The UICC is committed to ensuring that depictions of children—in words and images—protect their identity and respect their dignity and rights. UICC is committed to ensuring that depictions of vulnerable adults respect their dignity and their rights.
6.1 The following standards guide UICC communications about children:
6.1.1 Depictions of children must respect children’s privacy and present children in a respectful, dignified manner.
6.1.2 Children must be adequately clothed in images. Sexually suggestive poses are not permitted.
6.1.3 Informed consent must be obtained from children and their caregivers before taking photographs of them, except under exceptional circumstances where this may not be possible. When possible and appropriate, this consent should be in writing and children and caregivers should be informed of how the images will be used.
6.1.4 Use of images of child beneficiaries shall be restricted to professional, respectful, awareness raising, fundraising, publicity, and programmatic purposes.
6.1.5 Caution must be taken to ensure that no image or recorded case history of a child places him/her at risk or renders him/her vulnerable to any form of abuse.
6.2 The UICC is required to include these communications standards in UICC Communications Guidelines for UICC Workers, journalists, photographers, and Visitors to UICC projects.
- Safety, Security, and Dignity
The UICC is committed to ensuring that no harm, whether intentional or unintentional, comes to children as a result of UICC projects.
7.1 Where the UICC has direct responsibility for running activities for children, children must be adequately supervised at all times.
7.2 UICC Representatives should, where possible, ensure that proposals demonstrate that the risks children and/or vulnerable adults may face as a result of a project have been identified and addressed, and will be monitored.
7.3 To ensure that no harm comes to children and/or vulnerable adults as result of collecting or storing their personal information, UICC Representatives must comply with the data protection protocol below:
7.3.1 Prior to collecting personal information from a child and/or vulnerable adult, UICC Representatives must identify and take steps to address potential risks related to the collection and storage of such children’s and/or vulnerable adult’s data.
7.3.2 Prior to collecting personal information from a child and/or vulnerable adult, UICC Representatives must explain to the child and/or vulnerable adult what information will be collected, and how it will be used and stored.
7.3.3 Informed consent must be obtained from the child and/or vulnerable adult before collecting or sharing his or her information. If the child is not old enough to provide informed consent, where possible this should be sought from the child’s caregiver. If the vulnerable adult is not able to provide informed consent, where possible this should be sought from the vulnerable adult’s caregiver.
7.3.4 UICC Representatives must only collect information that is necessary and/or that the child and/or the vulnerable adult wants to provide.
7.3.5 Information collected about children and/or vulnerable adults must only be shared with others on a need-to-know basis and must only be shared when it is in the best interests of the child and/or the vulnerable adult.
7.3.6 Information should be collected, stored, and shared in accordance with applicable laws, including applicable data security and privacy laws.
7.3.7 Information collected about children must be stored in a way that complies with Standard 5 of the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Settings.
- Reporting and Response
The UICC is committed to ensuring that allegations of violations of the Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy are reported, investigated, and responded to in a timely, fair, transparent, and consistent manner.
8.1 Beneficiaries shall be informed, to the extent possible, of the UICC’s commitments to children and vulnerable adults under the Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy and shall be informed of how to report suspected violations of these commitments. Local reporting mechanisms may vary based on the context, but beneficiaries shall always be informed that violations can be reported by sending an email to ethics@UICCommission.org or by calling +1.212.551.3115 and leaving a message that the caller wishes to discuss an ethics issue.
8.2 UICC Representatives are required to report and record allegations of violations of this policy in accordance with this Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy, UICC’s Complaints Mechanism and/or UICC’s Whistleblower Policy. All reports shall be dealt with in accordance with UICC’s Complaints Mechanism and/or UICC’s Whistleblower Policy.
8.3 Investigation of violations of the Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy shall be made in accordance with UICC’s Complaints Mechanism and/or UICC’s Whistleblower Policy, as applicable.
8.4 Failure of UICC Workers to uphold or comply with the Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy is grounds for disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment or contract. Disciplinary action will be determined in accordance with UICC’s Employee Handbook.
8.5 Sub-awardees, Suppliers/Sub-contractors, and Implementing Partners who have direct contact with children and/or vulnerable adults must be informed of the pathways for reporting violations of the Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy, or must agree upon other reporting processes Any complaints or concerns should be reported by sending an email to ethics@UICCommission.org or by calling +1.212.551.3115 and leaving a message that the caller wishes to discuss an ethics issue.
8.6 Violations of the child and vulnerable adult safeguarding expectations outlined in contracts, agreements, or MoUs with Sub-awardees, Suppliers/Sub-contractors, or Implementing Partners shall be grounds for termination of contract or agreement.
- Compliance with Donor Requirements
The UICC is committed to making all effort to ensure that the UICC and our Sub-awardees, Sub-contractors, and Implementing Partners comply with the child and vulnerable adult protection/safeguarding policy requirements set forth by donors.
9.1 Where donors require child and vulnerable adult safeguarding measures that exceed those outlined in the UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy, relevant UICC departments, units, and programs must comply with those measures.
9.2 Workers, Sub-awardees, Suppliers/Sub-contractors, and Implementing Partners who have direct contact with children and/or vulnerable adults through projects implemented or financially supported by UICC must agree to comply with the child and vulnerable adult protection/safeguarding policy requirements set forth by both donors and UICC for that project. These requirements shall be clearly outlined in UICC contractual agreements with Workers, Sub-awardees, Suppliers/Sub-contractors, and Implementing Partners.
9.3 Where a potential Sub-awardee, Supplier/Sub-contractor, or Implementing Partner has direct contact with children and/or vulnerable adults through projects implemented or financially supported by UICC and does not have a child and vulnerable adult protection/safeguarding policy in place and/or is not able to meet the child and vulnerable adult protection/safeguarding policy requirements set forth by donors, the UICC will, where possible, work with the Sub-awardee, Supplier/Sub-contractor, or Implementing Partner by providing the support required to enable them to come into compliance.
The UICC is committed to putting in place a clearly defined management structure to ensure coordinated and consistent implementation and monitoring of this policy throughout the organization.
10.1 The UICC’s Executive Director, along with the Vice President for Programs, the Chief Legal Officer, and the HR Director, is responsible for ensuring implementation and monitoring of UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy. Their responsibility includes:
10.1.1 Responding to reports of child and/or vulnerable adult exploitation and abuse, and policy non-compliance.
10.1.2 Monitoring implementation of and compliance with this policy.
10.1.3 Ensuring that UICC Representatives receive information on this policy.
10.1.4 Reviewing this policy periodically.
10.1.5 Providing supervision and support to the senior management on monitoring implementation of this policy.
10.2 Senior Management are responsible for:
10.2.1 Ensuring that UICC Representatives are familiar with UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy, and are aware of their responsibilities in relation to this policy.
10.2.2 Working in collaboration with the UICC’s Executive Director, Vice President for Programs, Chief Legal Officer, and HR Director on policy implementation and compliance within their office or program.
10.2.3 Ensuring that supervisors are able to receive, record, report, and respond to allegations of exploitation or abuse, including of children and/or vulnerable adults.
10.2.4 Reporting alleged, suspected, or confirmed violations of the UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy.
10.3 In general, department heads and supervisors are responsible for:
10.3.1 Ensuring that staff under their supervision comply with UICC’s Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy.
10.3.2 Reporting and responding to reports of policy violations in accordance with this Child and Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Policy and/or the UICC’s Whistleblower Policy, UICC’s Complaints Mechanism, and other applicable policies.
UICC Code of Conduct
UICC’s Ethical Guidelines
UICC’s Whistleblower Policy
UICC’s Complaints Mechanism
 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1989, Article 1.
 United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1989. Article 19: ‘State Parties shall protect the child from all forms of physical or mental violence, injury or abuse, neglect, maltreatment or exploitation, including sexual abuse.’ http://www2.ohchr.org/english/law/pdf/crc.pdf.
 Examples include: International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination; International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women; Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment; Convention on the Rights of the Child, Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities.
Code of Ethics for the United Irish Cultural Center
- Personal and Professional Integrity
All staff, board members and volunteers of the United Irish Cultural Center (UICC) act with honesty, integrity, and transparency in all their dealings with each other and as representatives of the UICC. The UICC promotes a working environment that values respect, fairness, integrity, and collaboration.
- Support of Mission
The UICC has a clearly stated mission and purpose, approved by the board of directors, in pursuit of the public good. All its programs support that mission and all who work for or on behalf of the UICC understand and are loyal to that mission and purpose. The mission is responsive to the constituency and communities served by the UICC and are of value to the community at large.
III. Governance and Accountability
The UICC has an active board of directors that is responsible for setting the mission and strategic direction of the UICC and oversight of the finances, operations, and policies of the UICC. The board of directors:
- Exercises reasonable care, good faith, loyalty, and due diligence in UICC affairs.
- Has a conflict-of-interest policy that ensures that any conflicts of interest or the appearance thereof are avoided or appropriately managed for the protection and benefit of the UICC.
- Ensures that the UICC conducts all transactions and dealings with integrity and honesty.
- Ensures that the UICC promotes working relationships with board members, staff, volunteers, and program beneficiaries that are based on mutual respect, fairness and openness.
- Ensures that the UICC is fair and inclusive in its hiring and promotion policies practices for all board, staff and volunteer positions.
- Ensures that the resources of the UICC are responsibly and prudently managed; and,
- Ensures that the UICC has the capacity to carry out its programs effectively.
- Legal Compliance
The UICC is knowledgeable of and complies with all applicable laws, regulations, and international conventions.
- Financial Stewardship
The UICC manages its funds responsibly and prudently. This includes the following considerations:
- It spends a reasonable percentage of its annual budget on programs in pursuit of its mission.
- It spends an adequate amount on administrative expenses to ensure effective accounting systems, internal controls, competent staff, and other expenditures critical to professional management.
- It compensates staff, and any others who may receive compensation, reasonably and appropriately.
- It has reasonable fundraising costs, recognizing the variety of factors that affect such costs.
- It ensures that all spending practices and policies are fair, reasonable and appropriate to fulfill the mission of the UICC; and,
- It ensures that financial reports are complete and accurate in all material respects.
- Transparency and Disclosure
The UICC provides comprehensive and timely information to the public and all stakeholders and is responsive in a timely manner to reasonable requests for information. All information about the UICC will fully and honestly reflect the policies and practices of the UICC. Basic informational data about the UICC, such as the Form 990, reviews and compilations, and audited financial statements will be posted on the UICC’s website or otherwise made available to the public. All financial and program reports will be complete and accurate in all material respects.
VII. Program Evaluation
The UICC regularly reviews program effectiveness and has mechanisms to incorporate lessons learned into future programs. The UICC is committed to improving program effectiveness and developing mechanisms to promote learning from its activities in the field. The UICC is responsive to changes in its field of activity and is responsive to the needs of its community.
VIII. Inclusiveness and Diversity
The UICC has a policy of promoting inclusiveness and diversity in its staff, board, and volunteers in order to enrich its programmatic effectiveness. The UICC takes meaningful steps to promote inclusiveness and diversity in its hiring, retention, promotion, board recruitment and community served.
In raising funds from the public, UICC will respect the rights of donors, as follows:
- To be informed of the mission of the UICC, the way the resources will be used and its capacity to use donations effectively for their intended purposes.
- To be informed of the identity of those serving on the UICC’s board of directors and to expect the board to exercise prudent judgment in its stewardship responsibilities.
- To have access to the UICC’s most recent financial reports.
- To be assured their gifts will be used for the purposes for which they were given.
- To receive appropriate acknowledgement and recognition.
- To be assured that information about their donations is handled with respect and with confidentiality to the extent provided by the law.
- To expect that all interactions with individuals representing the UICC will be professional in nature.
- To have the opportunity for their names to be deleted from mailing lists that the UICC may intend to share; and
- To feel free to ask questions when making a donation and to receive prompt, truthful and forthright answers.
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