Personal contact information collected; What Move Beyond the Grid does with it
Move Beyond the Grid may request from you, or you may volunteer to provide, your contact information, including your name, mailing address, phone number(s), social media handles and email address(es). Move Beyond the Grid may, by way of example, use your contact information to:
- Send you additional information about Move Beyond the Grid and its programs or events.
- Process a donation or payment and provide you with a receipt or acknowledgment.
- Clarify or obtain information about a donation or about information you requested.
- Enroll you in programs, events or activities in which you elect to participate.
- Manage your account and provide you with customer service.
- Offer sweepstakes, contests, giveaways or other promotions.
- Enforce the Website terms of service.
- Perform other functions as described at the time Move Beyond the Grid collects information.
Move Beyond the Grid may share or sell your information with vendors, sponsors, service providers and other organizations that Move Beyond the Grid uses, as well as other companies whose products and services may be of interest to you. When you sign up for a program or make a donation allocated to a program, your contact information may be passed on to representatives or designees of such program.
If you make a donation or a purchase, or otherwise provide your information, Move Beyond the Grid may contact you from time to time about opportunities to make additional donations or purchases or to provide information about services from third parties.
You always have the right to opt out of future communications from Move Beyond the Grid and/or our vendors, sponsors and service providers, either at the point of collection, as instructed in communications you receive, via the links below, or by contacting us by mail or email:
Move Beyond the Grid
P.O. Box 5044,
Brandon, MS 39047
Credit card and billing information
In addition to your contact information, when you make a donation or purchase, Move Beyond the Grid asks for your billing address and credit card or other financial services information. Move Beyond the Grid uses a third-party banking agent to process your payments via a secured socket layer connection (TLS 1.2 using SHA 256 encryption) to a secured server that verifies your credit card/bank information. They return a unique tracking number only, which cannot be decrypted to obtain the payment card information, and Move Beyond the Grid never retains your complete credit card number. Only employees who need access to your personal information to perform a specific job are granted access to that information, and Move Beyond the Grid and our banking agent will not share your credit card/bank information with any other third party.
Other contact information
Move Beyond the Grid may ask for contact information for people other than yourself, including, for example, names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of others to whom you send information or in whose honor or behalf you are making a donation or purchase. Move Beyond the Grid uses this information to send notifications or information you requested and/or to inform the recipient of your donation or purchase, as well as to contact the recipient from time to time to inform them of other opportunities and information about Move Beyond the Grid. Like you, the recipient will always have the opportunity to opt out of receiving future communication from Move Beyond the Grid.
Links to other sites
This Website may contain links to other sites that may collect your personal contact information. Move Beyond the Grid is not responsible for privacy practices and policies or content of these other sites.
It is Move Beyond the Grid’s policy not to solicit knowingly any personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13. Children under 13 are not authorized to make a donation or purchase, sign up for an event or program, or otherwise provide any personally identifiable information without consent from a parent or legal guardian.
Updated May 2017