TERMS AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING PARTICIPATION
IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS AND CONCEPTS:
SBP – School Bell Partners. SBP may also be referred to herein as “we” or “us” or “our”.
K-12 or School – Any accredited public or private educational institutions (serving grades Pre-K through 12th) located in the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands and Guam, (private institutions must be recognized as tax exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3) and described under IRC section 170(b)(1)(A)(ii)). Schools must be housed in a facility zoned as a school building by the local municipality, county, or other governing body. Colleges and day care centers not providing pre-K classes do not qualify. Eligibility for this Fundraiser is determined by SBP and the School. A K-12 or School may also be referred to herein as “you” or “your”.
Fundraiser – Any SBP online fundraising program in which participating Schools engage by agreeing to the Terms and Conditions contained herein, and by complying with any other requirements of the Fundraiser. SBP Fundraisers are branded with names including but not limited to schoolFUNDCenter and DigiSchoolCart.
Website(s) – SPB websites and other websites that use SBP’s Mini-Window (“SMW”).
Sponsors – Schools that have placed the SMW on their School website’s webpages will be eligible to earn contributions in the form of Bonus Rewards as well as from national-regional Sponsors (“National-Regional Sponsors”) and/or local businesses (“Local Businesses”) (Local Businesses and National-Regional Sponsors, each a “Sponsor”, and collectively, “Sponsors”) who will be recognized within the Sponsor Window added at prominent locations on each School’s website by School website managers.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
SCHOOL SIGN UP: In order to receive earned contributions, an authorized School representative is first required to complete a Fundraiser engagement process at www.schoolFUNDCenter.com (or another Fundraiser-designated website) and provide the required information about the School, the authorized representative and optionally the Schools’ website manager. This required information may include but is not limited to names, addresses, phone numbers, School’s published website URL, the name of the principal or superintendent, email addresses, the School’s bank account information (for electronic payment) or payee information (for payment by check), and the name/email address/phone and title of the School’s main contact responsible for administering the Fundraiser on behalf of the School. Upon review, verification of eligibility, and acceptance of the School information by SBP, the School’s participation in the Fundraiser will be confirmed, and the School may request withdrawals of earned contributions at any time, not to exceed more than once per month. Due to the high cost of processing and sending contributions, only withdrawal requests of $50.00 or more will be honored.
- Assumptions. SBP projects that more than $400 per participating School family per year can be raised through the Fundraiser, based on funds committed by Sponsors, together with a reasonable amount of parent/teacher/school family participation per School. SBP cannot exactly predict the volume and timing of participation and therefore does not guarantee that this rate of fundraising will take place or, over what time period. Visit http://schoolfundcenter.com/faqs/ for more details.
- Affiliate Program. In this program, purchases made through clicking on sponsorships in the SMW result in commissions from the corresponding Sponsors which are shared by SBP and the Schools. The value is in a portion of the money spent by Website visitors who click on the sponsorships and subsequently purchase products and/or services from the Sponsors.
- Every Click Counts (“ECC”). To encourage Affiliate Program purchases, a small donation may be made to each corresponding School for each click (as described in Affiliate Program above). This is called “Every Click Counts” or “ECC”. ECC donation amounts may vary and are published in further detail below in these Terms and Conditions.
FUNDRAISER CONTRIBUTION RATES TO SCHOOLS: Schools earn contributions through SBP from National-Regional Sponsors which the Schools allow to participate, and also directly from Local Businesses the Schools allow to participate.
- National-Regional Sponsorship Contributions: When SBP receives funds from each National-Regional Sponsor that appears in the SMW, the first part of these funds is the contribution from the National-Regional Sponsor to the School, which contribution belongs to the School and is the School’s property. Accounts for Contributions will be maintained separately for each School by SBP. The Contributions may be withdrawn at such times and in such amounts as the School may decide in its sole discretion, not to exceed once per month. The remainder of these funds is the fee for SBP, which SBP will retain for its own account. The specific amounts of the fees and all contributions made to Schools are published further down in these Terms and Conditions. All contributions are credited to each corresponding National-Regional Sponsor.
- Local Business Sponsorship Contributions: The School may arrange contribution amounts from Local Businesses. Payment of the contribution is made by the Local Business directly to the School. SBP has a partner which signs up Local Businesses and maintains their text listing. This partner is “School Website Affinity Network” (“S.W.A.N”). S.W.A.N.’s services are funded by an annual fee. Such fees are accounted for by SBP and payable by Schools to SBP either by check, electronic bank fund transfer, credit/debit card, or adjustments to earned School donation balances (the “Local Sponsor Payment Methods”). SBP is responsible for fee payments to S.W.A.N.
- Bonus Rewards Contributions: K-12s participating in the Bonus Rewards Program, will have added-contribution incentive opportunities contingent on Affiliate Program purchases as described above. These contingency incentive bonuses rewards will be in addition to contributions earned from ECC and Sponsorship Contributions. Bonus Rewards are intended to increase each School’s contributions earned from the Fundraiser.
Bonus Rewards are only earned if Website visitors shop with the Sponsors by clicking through the SMW. Bonus Rewards contributions are earned by Schools in three straightforward ways:
(a) Upon the SMW being placed on a K-12 website for a school that has not opted-out of Bonus Rewards, the first 1,000 participating schools will receive a $250.00 “Welcome Gift” Bonus Reward, of which 1/12 or $20.84 will be added to its K-12 funding, monthly, starting the first month after the first full month of participation, and continuing for the next 12 consecutive months that its website is connected and the Bonus Rewards option is not opted-out of;
(b) For the first 20 purchases made each month, $100 in Bonus Rewards will be earned by the K-12, and added to its contributions earned from Affiliate Program purchases and ECC during the same month;
(c) After the first full month of being connected, a number of purchases (called X here) will be determined. For X purchases above 10 each month, $2.50 in Bonus Rewards will be earned for each purchase and also added to the K-12’s contributions earned from Affiliate Program purchases and ECC during the same month. Each K-12 can find its X by logging in to its SPB Dashboard Account.
The above Bonus Rewards and ECC contributions are subject to change/adjustment without notice, for reasons including, but not limited to: (a) changes with Advertising Services, Advertisers and/or Sponsors participating in Extended Outreach, (b) an unusually high percentage of Website visitors having Cookies disabled, (c) a Website having an unusually low number of visits, or (d) a participating School’s non-compliance with the Rules.
SPONSOR ELIGIBILITY: Businesses that sell, promote, or advertise products or services deemed by SBP and/or individual Schools, in their sole discretion, to be inappropriate will not qualify for participation in the Fundraiser. Examples include but are not limited to businesses specializing in alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and adult content, or any products or services determined by the School not to be suitable for children. Advertising content will be subject to acceptance by SBP and the its advertising providers, but as between K-12s and SBP, the Schools shall remain solely responsible for all advertising content supplied to SBP or its advertising providers by any K-12, or on its behalf. SBP will make reasonable efforts to verify that National-Regional Sponsors are COPPA compliant. However, Schools will be responsible for satisfying themselves that Local Businesses are COPPA compliant.
SCHOOL ACCEPTANCE OF SMW: Schools that participate in the Fundraiser are required to prominently place the SMW on the School website’s home page (main landing page) and sub-pages (linked directly to the home page) and are required to keep the SMW live for a term of no less than one year after commencing participation in this Fundraiser. The SMW is required to be placed where it is most likely visible to all website visitors. If such placement requirements are not met by the School, SBP may discount contribution rates based on the variance from the required placement criteria. Such discounts will be accounted for to National-Regional Sponsors. The School further understands that SMW view and click information will be recorded and retained to allow SBP to track various performance metrics. Among other things, SBP may use this information to help develop SMW enhancements and to report performance statistics. In addition to Sponsor related information, the SMW may also display SBP related content and offers available through the Fundraiser. All content appearing in the SMW and related Sponsor and/or Fundraiser information, are the sole property of SBP or the National-Regional Sponsors, protected by copyright laws, and any copying or re-distribution of such content is prohibited. Each participating School is required to promote its participation by regularly informing all school parents and teachers of the Fundraiser through communications channels and methods commonly used by the School to keep school parents and families informed.
NATIONAL-REGIONAL BUSINESS PARTICIPATION: SBP makes its own efforts to solicit participation from businesses whose trade areas extend beyond local areas where Schools are located. Such businesses include, but are not limited to, retail chain stores, consumer packaged goods brands, and service providers. All such businesses fall under the same eligibility requirements as Sponsors. Each School is notified by SBP of the business’s name, type, and contribution, when a particular business indicates its desire to be included on the School’s website. Upon the School’s acceptance, the business will appear in the SMW on the School’s website, and the School will receive the corresponding contribution.
SPONSOR ACCEPTANCE OF SMW: Sponsors which participate in the Fundraiser agree to allow the business information they provide to be displayed within SBP’s determined templates and layouts, and further agree to allow SBP to track various performance metrics. Among other things, SBP may use this information to help develop SMW enhancements and to report viewing statistics. In addition to Sponsor related information, the SMW may also display SBP related content and offers available through the Fundraiser. All content appearing in the SMW and in the Sponsor information that appears when users click in the SMW, is the sole property of SBP, or each individual Sponsor, protected by copyright laws, and any copying or re-distribution of such content is prohibited. Once appearing in the SMW on a School’s website, a Sponsor will continue to appear. A Sponsor may stop appearing for various reasons including but not limited to: (a) a Sponsor leaving the Fundraiser, (b) a sponsor choosing not to appear on all K-12 Websites participating in the Fundraiser, or (c) a School opting-out of a Sponsor.
LOCAL BUSINESS SIGN UP: In the course of keeping parents and teachers informed of the Fundraiser, Schools are required to inform Local Business owners and operators with children attending their School of the opportunity for Local Businesses to participate. Local Businesses can initiate their participation directly through Schools. The Local Business provides payment of the contribution and identifying information to an authorized School representative. The School then provides this information to SBP, and SBP activates the Local Business listing. Then, the School pays the S.W.A.N. fee to SBP, using one of the Local Business Payment Methods. Finally, SBP pays S.W.A.N.’s annual fee.
SBP AD SERVERS: SBP uses third party ad servers for its ad serving and reporting functions. These ad servers may vary depending on particular SMWs and corresponding content, and are subject to change in SBP’s discretion. Applicable ad server(s) shall be official counter(s) for determining various performance metrics, and other relevant information reported to Schools and Sponsors.
BREAKAGE: By participating in the Bonus Rewards program, a K-12 acknowledges and agrees that its entitlement to Bonus Rewards is not guaranteed but, rather, is contingent on the sales/purchase results achieved by outreach through the K-12’s website. If a K-12 does not earn 100% of the Bonus Rewards to which it otherwise could be entitled (based on the Bonus Rewards contribution rates to Schools described the paragraph above), the unearned portion of such Bonus Rewards (“Breakage”) will be retained by SPB, for rolling three (3) month (quarterly) periods to determine if future months’ sales/purchase results entitle the K-12 to the Bonus Rewards held by SPB. If, at the end of each rolling quarterly period, the K-12 still has not earned the Bonus Rewards which were contingently available to it, SPB may, at its discretion: (a) pay Breakage to the underachieving K-12 despite its failure to attain its sales goal for a particular month, (b) pay Breakage to different, overachieving, K-12s, (c) use Breakage to fund special Bonus Rewards such as scholarships, academic contests, etc., (d) use Breakage to support special promotions that drive ECC click-throughs and Affiliate Program sales/purchases, (e) use Breakage to mitigate SBP financial and/or opportunity losses due to K-12 Website underutilization of Sponsors, or (f) any combination of (a) – (e). Without limiting the foregoing, any K-12 which participates in Bonus Rewards agrees that IT IS NOT ENTITLED TO BONUS REWARDS SIMPLY BY PLACING THE SMW ON THE K-12’s WEBSITE. RATHER, SUCH BONUS REWARDS ARE A CONTINGENT INCENTIVE ONLY, AND ARE EARNED BY PARTICPATING K-12’s BASED ON THE RESULTS OF THEIR AFFILIATE PROGRAM SALES.
NO TRANSFER: Each K-12 acknowledges and agrees that any Extended Outreach pools SBP or its Advertising Provider develop may only be used in connection with SBP’s and its Advertising Provider’s advertising services and platform(s) and are not transferable to any K-12. SBP agrees that SBP will use any such outreach pools solely for the benefit of K-12s participating in the Fundraiser.
DISQUALIFICATION AND FUNDRAISER CHANGE: SBP reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions, withdraw its services from a School, or disqualify a Sponsor from participation, at any time. All contributions credited to the School per SBP’s records will be paid to the School.
BILL PAYMENT SERVICE: SBP offers Schools and Sponsors the ability for contribution payments to be made and remitted to Schools either electronically or by check, not to exceed more than once per month. Due to the high cost of processing and sending contributions, only withdrawal requests of $50.00 or more will be honored.
LIMITATIONS AND CANCELLATION RIGHT: SBP and any of its affiliate companies are not responsible for late, lost or misdirected data, or any other transmission or recording method errors including jumbled, garbled or illegible data, or for any other errors or malfunctions that may affect any aspect of the Fundraiser. SBP reserves the right to cancel or suspend any Fundraiser at any time without notice. Tracking information and advertising content and metrics are the sole property of SBP.
EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED IN THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, THE FUNDRAISER, AND ALL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ASSOCIATED THEREWITH, ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” AND WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED HEREIN, SBP DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, OR NON- INFRINGEMENT.
INDEMNIFICATION: By participating in the Fundraiser, Sponsors and Schools, together with their administrators, employees agents, representatives, successors and assigns, agree to release, hold harmless, defend and indemnify, SBP, SBP and each of their respective parent and affiliate companies, subsidiaries, agents, representatives, distributors and advertising and promotion agencies, successors and assigns, as well as the officers, directors, employees, representatives and agents of each of the foregoing, from any and all liability, loss, damage, expenses, costs (including reasonable attorneys’ fees), or injury sustained in connection with such Sponsors’ or Schools’ participation in the Fundraiser. All taxes and other fees or costs associated with the contributions are solely the responsibility of the Schools and Sponsors and their corresponding representatives. (Depending upon total amounts earned, Schools may receive an IRS earnings form.) Contribution payments from SBP will not be made to any entity other than the corresponding School.
ARBITRATION: Any legal or equitable claim arising out of participation in the Fundraiser (a “Claim”) will be resolved only by binding arbitration. The arbitration will be conducted under the JAMS Streamlined Arbitration Rules and Procedures (the “JAMS Streamlined Rules”). ARBITRATION MEANS THAT YOU WAIVE YOUR RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL. The interpretation and enforcement of these Terms and Conditions will be governed by the laws of the state where a participating School is located, except this paragraph will be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act. Neither SBP nor the School will be entitled to join or consolidate Claims in arbitration by or against other individual or entities, or arbitrate any Claim as a representative member of a class or in a private attorney general capacity. Accordingly, both SPB and School agree that the JAMS Class Action Procedures do not apply to arbitration of any Claim. If, however, the law of a School’s state would find this agreement to dispense with class arbitration procedures unenforceable, then this entire paragraph is unenforceable.
SPONSORSHIP CONTRIBUTIONS: Shown on the web page linked to below are: (i) the contributions Schools may expect to receive by allowing Sponsorships to be placed on their School website, (ii) corresponding ECC contributions, and (iii) SBP’s good-faith estimates on what one School family could earn for its School in a year by participating in the Fundraiser. All of these available Sponsorships have been approved by the related Sponsors. These Sponsorships will change from time to time, and such Sponsorship changes will not be deemed a change in these Terms and Conditions. Here is a link to the currently available Sponsorships and related contributions: . http://schoolfundcenter.com/sponsors/
IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS AND CONCEPTS:
When a School opts-out, its opt-out status will be recognized by SBP’s systems and any related offer will no longer be included in the Fundraiser with regard to the corresponding school. Should the school reverse an opt-out, the corresponding offer may be reactivated based on various conditions including but not limited to the availability of the offer.
See the section below, called “OPTING OUT” for more information about this option, and for a link for you to click to opt out of the Value Added Opportunity.
We also describe additional rights that California users have under the California “Shine the Light” law.
WHEN DO WE COLLECT INFORMATION AND WHAT DO WE COLLECT?
We collect Information in many ways, including –
- When you register for the Fundraiser and voluntarily provide your Personal Information – typically your full name, postal address, email address, birthdate, gender and telephone number.
- When you voluntarily provide other Information through surveys or questionnaires, such as health, medical, lifestyle and general interest related information which we will associate with your registration Personal Information.
- When you voluntarily contact us for customer service, typically via email, postal mail or telephone.
- When you interact with an advertiser on the Websites and we collect your Information on their behalf.
- We may also collect other Information when you visit the Website and/or voluntarily submit your Personal Information, such as your IP address, computer operating system, browser, device type, referring URL, click activity and wireless carrier.
- When, in the course of participating in the Fundraiser, you complete and submit a claim for funds earned through any of SBP’s programs, we collect your full name, postal address, email address and telephone number.
- If the Fundraiser earnings to which you are entitled have a value of $600 or more, as required by Federal Law, we will collect Personal Information on Form W-9, which includes your full name, postal address and Social Security Number.
- Through the use of “cookies” (small text files placed on a user’s computer that track online behavior), single-pixel GIF image files (also called “web beacons”) and other technological means.
We may use third party data and data provided by our affiliates (which includes our parent, subsidiaries and other entities under common control with us; collectively, “Affiliates”) to augment and/or verify the Information we collect from users and we may also associate demographic and other data we collect such as the user’s browser and device with their Personal Information.
SBP’s web servers automatically recognize and record the URLs (Universal Resource Locator or the address of a World Wide Web page) from which visitors access the Websites’ webpages via the Internet, as well as the names of the pages visited while at the Websites. SBP may store Cookies from Website visitors. At the time these Cookies are stored, there is no personally-identifiable information. However, as part of providing Value-Added Opportunities, personally-identifiable information may be appended to the Cookies. By participating in any Value-Added Opportunities, you acknowledge and agree that Cookies will be used as described herein.
When a visitor accesses SBP’s Website, SBP may collect a variety of technical data about the user which is stored in aggregate form. This data may include (but is not limited to) the visitor’s IP address (a unique number that identifies a computer on the Internet), URL, domain, and web browser information. SBP may track the web pages visited before the visitor came to the Websites, and the page(s) it linked to upon leaving the Websites, along with which pages on the Website were accessed, and how long was spent on each page.
SBP may use aggregate information about surfing behavior and equipment to improve sponsorships, Website experiences and the K-12 funding generated.
SBP also uses anonymous, individually identifiable, and aggregate information for a variety of marketing and promotional purposes. For instance, SBP uses what is learned about a visitor’s preferences to alert the visitor to new options when it returns to the Websites, or to help SBP or SBP’s business partners and/or the Sponsors target messaging or product placements to the viewer’s particular interests.
SBP may share personally identifiable information which Schools provide via web forms, email, or in writing with SBP corporate affiliates, other companies with which SBP has substantial strategic or marketing relationships, companies to which SBP outsources certain functions of its Website, and as required by law. In addition, if a School expresses its desire to receive a particular service or information from another company (e.g., email notifications), SBP will share that School’s personally identifiable information with that particular company. SBP may share anonymous aggregate data about visitors to the Websites with third parties to improve site function and performance, and to report Website statistics.
If a K-12 supplies SBP with the K-12’s postal address, email address, phone number, and/or other personal contact information, and requests to be contacted, that K-12 may receive periodic messages and notifications about new products and services or upcoming events from SBP or other organizations with which SBP shares the School’s information, all with a view toward optimizing the Fundraiser’s potential for the School.
SBP employs measures to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of information collected from Schools. However, no data transmission over the Internet or any wireless network can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, SBP cannot guarantee the security of any information transmitted using the Websites, and such information is transmitted at a School’s own risk. SBP does not assume responsibility for use or disclosure of a School’s information resulting from unauthorized or illegal access to SBP’s systems or those of SBP’s vendors or partners.
HOW DO WE USE WEBSITE VISITOR (or “your” or “you”) INFORMATION?
- We use your Information to administer the Websites and Fundraiser and related business activities, perform analytics, to provide customer service and to send you important Fundraiser notifications by email.
- We may use your email address to send you commercial email we believe you may have an interest in. We may use your postal address to send you mail about products and services we believe you may have an interest in.
- We may aggregate your Personal Information with other information we collected at the time you visit the Websites and/or voluntarily submit your Information, such as your IP address, computer operating system, device type, referring URL, click activity, survey responses related to your health and lifestyle and other interest information.
- We may use your Information, or an encrypted/hashed version of your Information, to deliver more relevant or personalized advertising to you on the Websites, or across other websites, social networks and marketing channels.
HOW IS WEBSITE VISITOR (or “your” or “you”) INFORMATION SHARED?
- We may share your Information with our Affiliates and third party marketing partners, who may send you information, including information about products and services, that may be of interest to you. These partners may combine your Information with other data and may utilize email, postal, digital, social or other marketing channels to contact you.
- We may share your email Information with our mailing partner, who may send you third-party emails about products and services that may be of interest to you. We may also share your Information with our Affiliates and third-party marketing partners. These partners may utilize postal, digital, social or other marketing channels to contact you.
- We may share your Information with our Affiliates and third parties for analytic purposes, data append services, data validation, enhancement or other non-marketing purposes.
- If you interacted with an advertiser on our Website, we may share your Information with that advertiser.
- We may share your Information with our service providers who assist us with operating our business. These include email validation, fraud detection, email service and display service providers.
- If we consider a transaction involving the purchase or sale of our assets or stock, other companies may review our records, including your Information, to make business decisions about the transaction. Likewise, if there is a sale or acquisition of SBP or any of its assets, your Information may be transferred to the purchasers.
- We may share your Information with our Affiliates and/or third parties to develop and/or enhance their products and/or services.
INTERNET COOKIES as they relate to a WEBSITE VISITOR (or “your” or “you”)
- Session Cookie: We place session cookies to assist with the navigation of our Websites and to store information temporarily. Session cookies expire soon after a user quits their session.
- Persistent Cookie: We place a persistent cookie to assist us in identifying when you visit our Websites again, to track Fundraiser earnings requirements and to enhance your experience, including advertising you may be exposed to. These cookies remain on your computer or mobile device until deleted or they expire.
Additionally, we allow third party partners and Affiliates to place cookies on your computer or mobile device. Our persistent cookie and these third party cookies may be linked to your IP address, browser version, operating system, device, demographic or inferred interest Information. We may use them to help deliver more relevant advertising to you and to identify you on unaffiliated websites, apps, ad networks or for analytics, attribution and reporting purposes.
OPTING-OUT OF THE BONUS REWARDS PROGRAM
K-12s may opt-out of participation in the Bonus Rewards Program (and from the related placement of Cookies on the K-12’s Website(s) by clicking on this URL http://schoolfundcenter.com/contact/ now or visiting it anytime and completing and submitting the contact form. Please be sure to include your contact information, the name of your K-12 organization, and your request for your K-12 organization “not to participate in the Fundraiser Bonus Rewards Program”. It is important to know that:
- It may take up to 10 days for an unsubscribe request to become fully effective and;
INFORMATION a WEBSITE VISITOR (or “your” or “you”) PROVIDES DIRECTLY TO ADVERTISERS ON THIS SITE.
You are able to access certain advertiser’s web sites through our Websites. When you choose to interact, receive information or sign up for an offer from an advertiser, you may be doing so through third party web sites and with other entities over which we have no control. You should read those sites’ privacy policies to make sure you understand how those web sites collect, use and share your Information. We have no control over use of your Information by these third party web sites.
SECURITY OF a WEBSITE VISITOR’S (or “your” or “you”) INFORMATION
We use commercially reasonable efforts to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, or accidental loss or destruction of your Information. We may not currently encrypt Information that we store. Given the nature of the Internet, your Information passes through entities that we are unable to control. Therefore, we cannot guarantee that our security measures or those of third parties who access or transmit your Information will prevent your Information from being illegally accessed, stolen or altered. SBP may use encryption technology to protect certain information sent over the Internet. SSL is an encryption technology known as “Secure Sockets Layer”. SSL encrypts transmissions between two parties and verifies the Web site server you are communicating with. An “s” after the “http” in a Website’s address indicates that a browser is attached to a secure server using SSL technology.
ACCESS TO WEBSITE VISITOR INFORMATION
All users who provide their Information to us may modify and correct their Information by contacting us via this link: http://schoolfundcenter.com/contact/ .
WEBSITE VISITOR (or “user” or “you” or “his/her”) CALIFORNIA PRIVACY RIGHTS
The California “Shine the Light” law permits users who are California residents to request information regarding our disclosure of their Information to third parties including the categories of Information shared and a list of the names and addresses of third parties with whom the Information was shared. If you are a California resident and would like a copy of this notice, please submit a request by contacting us either online or by writing to us at the address set forth via this link: http://schoolfundcenter.com/contact/ . In your request, please specify that you want “Your School Bell Partners, LLC California Privacy Rights Notice.” Please allow 30 days for a response.
Most browsers contain a “do-not-track” setting. In general, when a “do-not-track” setting is active, the user’s browser notifies other websites that the user does not want their Information and online behavior to be tracked and used, for example, for behavioral advertising. As required by recent Shine the Light law amendments we are required to inform you that, as is the case with most websites, we do not honor or alter our behavior when a user to our Website has activated the “do-not-track” setting on his/her browser.
TO FURTHER PROTECT PRIVACY
Sponsors, other online retailers, and partners, third party Internet sites, and third party services accessible through the Websites have separate privacy and data collection policies and practices, which are independent of and may be different from SBP’s policies and practices. SBP is not responsible or liable for these independent policies and practices, and it is each School’s responsibility to review those policies and practices, and to decide whether or not they satisfactorily protect the School’s rights.
We reserve the right to revise and update this Policy at any time. If we make material changes to this Policy, we will post notice on our Website. Any such revisions will be effective 7 days after posting to the Website or 3 days after SBP notifies a School, or Schools, directly, via email, telephone or facsimile transmittal, and will apply to all Information collected by us both before and following the effective date. School use and website visitor use of the Websites or participation in any Fundraiser following any such revisions will be deemed their acceptance of such revisions. Users should periodically visit this page to review our current policies on our collection and use of Information.
These Internet Privacy Practices and Terms and Conditions were last modified in 2017, and update and replace any previous Internet Privacy Practices or Terms and Conditions from SBP.
QUESTIONS, SUGGESTIONS OR TO CONTACT US
If you have any questions, comments, complaints, or suggestions regarding our Policy or the Website, please contact us online or by writing us at the address set forth at this link: http://schoolfundcenter.com/contact/ .
DISQUALIFICATION FROM PARTICIPATION
Failure by any K-12 or School to comply with these rules may cause such K-12 or School to be disqualified from participation in the Fundraiser at SBP’s (as defined below) sole discretion.
By accessing and using the Website, you agree to all of the Rules. If you do not agree to the Rules, please do not use or visit the Website or participate in any promotion offered or promoted on this Website, including the Fundraiser.