The KBF has formal procedures in place to ensure the privacy of its donors. For individual donors, the KBF may acknowledge names of donors in annual reports and similar publications and on plaques on display at the KBF’s offices. For individual and law firm/corporate/ organizational donors we will generally publicize contributions in publicity surrounding special events, annual recognition events and KBF reports. This includes acknowledging a gift on the KBA website and or via social media outlets. The KBF will not sell or otherwise provide information regarding KBF donors to any other organization. Donors can choose to remain anonymous. Should you wish to discuss privacy concerns with us, please contact the KBA executive director.
All methods of giving are processed using secure transactions.
Any transaction, whether credit card, check or other form of donation, which provides personal information about an individual, will be treated as private and protected information. This applies in every case, regardless of how a donor chooses to submit that information. If you elect to donate to the KBF online, your donor giving information will be protected by state of the art encryption technology.
The KBF protects your personal information through physical, technical and organizational measures.