As a nonprofit, you are obligated to give out information so that potential donors can decide if they want to give you funds. But when it comes to collecting data from donors or volunteers, that information should remain private.
Always let the donors know what data you’re collecting and why, and don’t disclose any information without the users’ consent. Since you’re doing everything for your mission, which is a good cause, you may not think twice before disclosing information. However, you still need to be mindful of other people’s information.
To find more of the ways you can keep your donors information private, click the article linked below.
Seven Ways Your Organization Can Put Privacy Into Practice-and Why [Beth Kanter Blog]