Hearts of Hope is committed to the safekeeping of any information shared or submitted via the use of this website.
Hearts of Hope may collect non-personally identifiable information from you when you visit this website. This describes information that does not identify you as an individual. For example:
Technical Information is information that is automatically collected when you visit the Hearts of Hope Website, such as information about your computer or device, hardware, software, connection information, Internet Service Provider, browser type and language, operating system, Internet Protocol (IP) address, the web address of sites you visited before and after visiting the Website, the web search that landed you on the Website, information collected through cookies and web beacons and standard server log information. Technical Information is not personally identifiable information unless it is linked to personally identifiable information about a specific user.
Aggregate information is anonymous data about individuals that are grouped together to study a group or category of services or users. Aggregate Information is not considered personally identifiable information unless it is linked to personally identifiable information about a specific user.
Hearts of Hope will not give, sell or share your information with anyone. Your personal details are stored by Hearts of Hope only, and not transmitted to any other party.
Email CorrespondenceHearts of Hope never sends unsolicited email. You may, however, sign up to receive periodic advice via email regarding new promotion, news and developments, events and reminders of important dates.
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Our vision: to provide a turning point opportunity of personal and individualised nurturing care for orphaned and vulnerable children