Kindah Foundation, Inc., collects data from Internet users including non-personally identifiable information from its site’s visitors, IP address of their server, and what pages they visited. We use this information to continuously improve our site’s functionality. Kindah Foundation, Inc., also collects personally identifiable information, including e-mail addresses, from those visitors who opt-in to receive some information from us, make inquiries or comments. We use this information to directly respond to visitors’ communications. If a customer joins our online marketing program, they typically submit some personally identifiable information to participate in this program.
Kindah Foundation, Inc., collects personally identifiable information from those who register on our website or donate through an online system. Such information includes name, address, and billing information. We use this information only to receive payments for the use in donating footwear around the world. We also may collect information regarding your use of our services. We may use this and your personally identifiable information to compile general information about our visitors and our services so that we may improve the services we offer. We may create reports based on that information to share with our staff, but these reports never contain any personally identifiable information. For example, we might determine from all of our data that there are certain days that are better to send emails as part of an email campaign. Keeping your personal information secure is a top priority for us. Therefore, Kindah Foundation, Inc., utilizes 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, the industry’s leading data security solutions, and has implemented policies and procedures to ensure the physical and electronic security of data stored by Kindah Foundation, Inc.
Kindah Foundation, Inc., employs permission-based marketing principles: it requires its staff to communicate only to users who affirmatively express an interest in receiving e-mails. Permission to receive e-mails may be granted and taken away; in other words, customers may “opt-in” and “opt-out”. If a visitor chooses to opt-out, Kindah Foundation, Inc., is required to stop sending messages to that customer.
Kindah Foundation, Inc., puts a high value on a visitor’s ability to discontinue receiving unwanted e-mail. Kindah Foundation, Inc., utilizes Cookie technology. A Cookie is an information our website places on the hard disk of your computer so that our website can recognize who you are when you return to our website.
This data is used to update specific user-profile information, ascertain the areas of most interest to opt-in e-mail recipients, and to personalize e-mail messages to them.
Kindah Foundation, Inc., does not sell, rent, loan, trade, or lease any personal information whether gathered by Kindah Foundation, Inc., itself or received from its partners. When Kindah Foundation, Inc., collects personally identifiable information from opt-in participants in those clients’ marketing programs, such information belongs to those respective clients and is subject to their policies on sharing of the end-user information.
Kindah Foundation, Inc., is a general audience site. Kindah Foundation, Inc., will not knowingly collect or maintain personally identifiable information from or about anyone under 13. Kindah Foundation, Inc., will make the best effort to assist its staff in complying with privacy laws and adhering to the highest industry standards on privacy. If you have received unwanted, unsolicited email sent via our system or purporting to be sent via this system, please forward a copy of that email with your comments to for review.
We reserve the right to modify this policy at any time. We will always post the most current version of this policy on our website.