The Doyle Foundation, Inc. Privacy Notice
Last updated: June 4, 2020
(a) It is the policy of The Doyle Foundation, Inc. to maintain the confidentiality of nonpublic personal information except as it is necessary to effect, administer, further, and/or complete the application and grant or scholarship process in accordance with applicable state, federal, and European law. This information will not be sold to third parties and will only be used for the application and processing of scholarship or grant applications, processing, payment, and distribution of grant or scholarship benefits.
(b) The Doyle Foundation, Inc. collects only information necessary to complete the application and grant or scholarship process, including your name, address, social security number, e-mail address, financial information, academic records, and any other information requested necessary to complete the application and grant or scholarship process. By creating an account, you are giving your express permission for The Doyle Foundation, Inc. to use your personal information for the purposes listed above. Without this information, The Doyle Foundation, Inc. cannot process your application for a scholarship or grant. You have the right to withdraw your approval at any time. But if you withdraw your approval, your application for scholarship or grant will be terminated, and you can no longer receive funds from The Doyle Foundation, Inc. In order to withdraw your approval for The Doyle Foundation, Inc.’s use of your personal information, you will need to contact The Doyle Foundation, Inc. by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(d) If you do receive a scholarship or grant, nonpublic personal information, including, but not limited to your name, address, social security number, financial information, scholarship details, and academic records will be released only as necessary so as not to violate state, federal or European laws. The information will be used to effect, administer, further, and/or complete the application and grant or scholarship disbursement process, and as required for tax reporting purposes.
(e) Whether you do or do not receive a grant or scholarship, The Doyle Foundation, Inc. maintains all records containing nonpublic personal information for seven years after receipt, and destroys such records at the end of that period.
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(g) Should you ever wish to contact The Doyle Foundation, Inc. with a question, comment or complaint regarding the use of your personal information collected here, you can contact The Doyle Foundation, Inc. at email@example.com.