Privacy Policy

We have created this Privacy Policy Statement to demonstrate our firm commitment to your privacy.  The sole purpose of this site is to foster, enhance and support the Mission Possible program.  We are committed to maintaining confidentiality of personal information for users of this site.  Any information we request from a user to open an account or undertake transactions in connection with a Mission Possible account will be used solely for internal office purposes.  We take every precaution to protect personal information we receive from a user of the site.  We do not sell, transfer or grant permission to use personal information to a mailing list service.  We maintain commercially reasonable efforts to protect improper disclosure and maintain physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to guard your non-public personal information.  Our employees are allowed to access and use non-public personal information about you for Foundation related purposes only and are subject to discipline if they violate this policy.  

We may share non-public personal information about you with entities, agencies, organizations affiliated with us by common control, including, the United Pentecostal Church International, and other affiliates.  For example, we may share non-public personal information about you with an affiliate, affiliated organization, division or UPCI entity to enable it to contact you seeking support for our mission.  We may also disclose non-public personal information about you to persons and organizations not affiliated with us in the following circumstances:

  • We may disclose non-public personal information about you to government authorities, in response to subpoenas, or otherwise as may be required by law.
  • We may disclose non-public personal information about you when authorized by you.  
  • To reduce the risk of fraud, we may share non-public information about you to reduce or prevent the risk of fraud, including, for example, instances where we believe that a person, entity or other user is attempting to use the site for illegal reasons or commit a fraud.

When a donor, prospective donor or person interested in opening a Mission Possible account contacts us, they often entrust us with personally identifiable information that is non-public in nature.  This personal information could include names, dates of birth, mailing addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers.  Our primary purpose in collecting information from a persona establishing a Mission Possible account or as a beneficiary or user of the site is to provide such users with an efficient method of supporting the purposes of the Mission Possible program and enable us to better service the account.  We may use personal non-public information, therefore, to fulfill a sponsor’s request to open a Mission Possible account, distribute funds from such account for a designated and authorized purpose, respond to a beneficiary or sponsor’s inquiry, administer the Mission Possible account, send marketing and information materials related to the Mission Possible program to sponsors, interested supporters, beneficiaries and other persons interested in the Mission Possible program, or improve the site for all users.  We also use personal information that is collected to assist us to verify and identify each person who establishes a Mission Possible account with the Foundation or contributes to or has access to the Mission Possible account which has been established.

The Foundation strives to keep records, account statements complete and accurate for any Mission Possible account that has been established. We encourage each donor, account sponsor, beneficiary and other persons that may have access to the Mission Possible account to review the information related to the account and notify us if any information should be corrected or updated.  It is also important that our users, account sponsors, beneficiaries and other persons interested in a Mission Possible account take affirmative steps on their own to protect against unintended disclosure of their personal information, including the safeguarding of user names and passwords needed to access a Mission Possible account.

For residents of certain states, state laws may require us to furnish a specific notice describing what categories of personal information we share with third parties or corporate affiliates for those third parties or corporate affiliates’ direct marketing purposes.  The specified notice must identify the categories of information shared and include a list of third parties and affiliates with which the information was shared, together with names and addresses.  For states that require this specified notice, the Foundation will comply with such statutes which specify specific privacy rights for residents of those states.