United Vision for Idaho Inc. is a 501 (c) (c3) charitable educational nonprofit organization as defined by the Internal Revenue Service and is registered with the Idaho Secretary of State as a nonprofit organization. As such, we place a high priority on protecting your privacy and securing any personal information you may provide to us. Encrypted, secure sites such as ours are identifiable by the inclusion of an S in the URL displayed in your browser. Sites with HTTPS as the prefix are secure. Sites that begin with simply HTTP are not secure. When you click on the “Donate” and “donate” piggy bank graphics on our pages, you are taken to a separate, secure site operated by Razoo, a crowdfunding company that manages donations to United Vision for Idaho. The link specifically takes you to a donation story about the mission and purpose of United Vision for Idaho, and what we do with your contributions. To learn more about Razoo, including creation of your own crowdfunding account, click here. www.razoo.com/about
What Information We Collect
Visitors to www.UVIdaho.org and our associated Blog at https://UVIdaho.blogspot.com/ and individuals who register to volunteer, or to receive communications from United Vision for Idaho, or who register for information about events sponsored by United Vision for Idaho voluntarily provide us with contact information (such as name and e-mail address). We may use this information for specific, limited purposes. You may always choose not to receive information from us any time by using by sending us a blank e-mail message with the phrase “unsubscribe” in the subject field to email@example.com.
TransForm Idaho uses your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server, such as appearance on different devices and different browsers, to administer www.UVIdaho.org, and for statistical metrics used to track website visitor traffic.
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United Vision for Idaho does not sell, rent, lease, or otherwise share any of our visitor information or names to third parties.
United Vision for Idaho may disclose your personal information, without prior notice to you, only if required to do so in accordance with applicable laws and/or in a good faith belief that such action is deemed necessary or is required in an effort to:
• Remain in conformance with any decrees, laws and/or statutes or in an effort to comply with any process which may be served upon United Vision for Idaho Inc. and/or our Website.
• Maintain, safeguard, and/or preserve all the rights and/or property of United Vision for Idaho Inc.
Links to Other Sites
United Vision for Idaho Web resources and social media contain links to other, third-party websites that may not be encrypted. TransForm Idaho Inc. does not assume responsibility for any privacy policies, practices and/or procedures of such sites. Therefore, we encourage users and visitors to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of all websites that collect personally identifiable information.
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About Our Content
This site and our associated Blog provide articles on issues of concern and interest to Idaho voters, compiled from print, broadcast and Internet-based sources. We strive to include verified information, identifying and attributing the sources we use to ensure our readers have an opportunity to confirm and weigh the credibility and veracity of content and have access to the context of the information we use as sources. These resources are listed at the bottom of each Blog post.
Although we attempt to re-report and confirm information in the summaries we compile, we rely upon the original, primary sources for the accuracy and quality of their reports. Where possible, we seek additional, corroborating sources to support our posts.
We publish pertinent commentary, data, and background information from credible, established, primary sources whenever we can. Content on our Web site and in this Blog is produced under terms of an International Creative Commons License, which basically means you may copy and repost or share our content, providing you attribute the material to United Vision for Idaho. Content not attributed to other sources may be copied and reposted or republished with the understanding that the content will not be altered, and that the material be attributed to United Vision for Idaho Inc.
Comments and Submissionss
We encourage your comments on our content, as well as responses to posts on our Web site, the Blog pages, or our public Facebook page. All are open forums, but we ask that you keep comments civil. Stay on topic, and do not engage in personal attacks on others who comment.
We encourage your comments on current issues on our Soap Box page. By submitting articles to the Soap Box for publication in the Readers' Forum page you agree to its reproduction by others with attribution under "fair use" provisions of the Creative Commons license referenced above and U.S. Copyright Law. You further agree that the content you provide us is your original creative work, or properly attributed to sources you cite. By publishing your submissions, United Vision for Idaho assumes no responsibility for the veracity of included information, nor for the originality of the work.
How to Contact Us
General questions about the organization and mission of United Vision for Idaho Inc. should be directed to the organization's executive director, Adrienne S. Evans, at firstname.lastname@example.org