Privacy Policy

The USA Cancer Foundation is committed to protect your privacy. We place a high priority in protecting your privacy and we have adopted this privacy policy in order to demonstrate that the USA Cancer Foundation will fully and firmly protect the privacy of its donors, website users, volunteers, and general members of the public.



Collected information by the USA Cancer Foundation

The words “you”, “your”, and “user” as used herein refer to all individuals and/or entities accessing or using this websites(s) for any and all purposes. The USA Cancer Foundation is dedicated and is very sensitive to personal data and makes every effort to protect the secure collection and transmission of all sensitive user information using industry-accepted data collection and encryption methodology. We may only use your personal information to accept and provide personalized services, such as responding to e-mail questions, accepting, and processing donation requests, authorizing donation transactions, and maintaining contribution records. We may use personal information to enable you to use our online platform features, to contact you regarding your use of online platform, and for internal use to improve the performance and content of our Web pages in order to communicate or assist clients more effectively. Personal information may also be used for purposes disclosed at the time you provide the information or as otherwise set forth in this Privacy Policy. All the collected information remains secure and private. The USA Cancer Foundation does not share or provide personal information with anyone or any party outside of the organization.


What information is collected?

The personal information that we collect may include name, address, zip code, telephone number, email address, and payment information details, such as credit/debit card number, expiration date, and security code. We may also collect the patient health information if you decide to share your cancer experience or the experience of a loved one. All the collected information is strictly private and protected, and we do not share or provide that information with anyone or any party outside of the USA Cancer Foundation organization.


Our commitment to data security

We have partnered with FirstData.com to accept all major credit/debit cards safely and securely. First Data Global Gateway uses multi layers of protection for all its payment processing to maintain data accuracy and to safeguard merchants and consumers. The USA Cancer Foundation uses First Data Global Gateway Virtual Terminal that meets PCI (Payment Card Industry) standards.


Email privacy

The USA Cancer Foundation does not provide, sell or rent email addresses to anyone or any party outside the organization.


Use of information in our website

The information and materials including all texts, images, and external links that are provided in our World Wide Web site, “usacancerfoundation.org” (the “Website” or “Site”), or in its blog(s) or social media sites, (collectively, “Websites”, or “Sites”) are for complimentary information purposes only, and do not constitute any medical advice whatsoever. Always seek medical advice from your own physician or a qualified medical provider. Never disregard or delay contacting a certified medical provider or seeking medical advice from a qualified provider because of something you have read in the USA Cancer Foundation’s websites.


External links

Our websites includes external links to websites of other organizations. Those links do not fall under the usacancerfoundation.org domain, and the USA Cancer Foundation is neither responsible for information and content of those external websites, nor responsible for privacy practices of those websites. You may use any of those linked websites solely at your risk, and you should check the privacy policies of those organizations carefully.