Donor Relationships and Privacy

LCHS respects the privacy of donors and works to safeguard the confidentiality of information that a donor reasonably would expect to be private.

LCHS provides donors an opportunity to state that they prefer to remain anonymous and that their name,
the amount of their gift, or other information not be publicly released.

LCHS provides donors an opportunity to have their names removed from any mailing lists which are sold, rented, or exchanged.

LCHS honors requests by a donor to curtail repeated mailings or telephone solicitations from in house lists.

LCHS solicitations are free from undue influence or excessive pressure, and are respectful of the needs and interests of the
donor or potential donor

Donor Privacy

All information concerning donors or prospective donors, including their names, addresses, and telephone numbers, the names
of their beneficiaries, the amount of their gift, etc., shall be kept strictly confidential by LCHS and
its staff unless permission is obtained from the donor to release such information.

Gifts and donations may be restricted by a donor for use in any specific service area, and/or for any stated LCHS
purpose or program, and these requests must be honored.

Every donor will receive a copy of the Donor Bill of Rights.