This Notice is being furnished in accordance with the provisions of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act that became effective on July 1, 2001. The Florida United Methodist Foundation, Inc. has always been, and will continue to be, protective of the privacy and confidentiality of all persons whom it serves. As an administrator and fiduciary of many types of charitable funds, gift arrangements and charitable transfers of property, The Florida United Methodist Foundation, Inc. receives certain personal, non-public information directly from donors or with the authorized consent of a donor that is contained on applications, statements, forms or documents that are received by the Foundation or reviewed by the Foundation in connection with any gift or charitable arrangement. All such non-public personal information is held in confidence by the Foundation and is not released or disclosed to any unaffiliated third party or person, except for the Foundation staff members that are granted access to this information in the course of conducting the Foundations’ normal duties and functions, unless otherwise authorized by the donor, or as required or permitted under applicable law.
In order to thank and recognize donors and encourage others to make charitable gifts, the names of donors are published with the donor’s consent from time to time in the Foundation’s newsletter and annual report. No such publication occurs, however, if the donor requests anonymity. In order to guard and protect each donor’s non-public personal information from unauthorized disclosure, The Florida United Methodist Foundation, Inc. maintains physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations. Please contact us at any time if you have questions regarding the confidentiality of the personal information that may be provided to representatives or other employees of The Florida United Methodist Foundation, Inc.
The Foundation does not offer financial, tax or investment advice and does not offer financial services or products to any person or donor that contributes to the Foundation. Each individual or donor should seek the advice of their personal tax, accountant or financial advisor if any questions arise that relate to the tax, legal, financial or economic impact of any gift that is made.
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