Privacy Policy


Ukraine Aid Ops only collects personal information that is voluntarily and knowingly provided to us by a site visitor wanting to make a donation, sign up for our mailing list, attend an event, or volunteer to work with Ukraine Aid Ops, or any party making a donation via social media, mail, phone, in-person, or event attendance. Our registration and donation forms generally require users to give us their contact information that may include name, address, zip/postal codes, email address, and similar information. This information is available to Ukraine Aid Ops and third-party service providers involved in the operation of this site and other applications that Ukraine Aid Ops is using. While we have chosen these companies because we believe they are upstanding, reputable members of the community of providers offering services to non-profit organizations and will treat your personal information responsibly, we do not own or control them.

The information that Ukraine Aid Ops collects is stored and processed on secure servers hosted by third-party providers that Ukraine Aid Ops contracts with. We do not store sensitive information from our visitors or donors, such as credit cards or social security numbers. We also protect account information by ensuring that is only accessible by certain qualified members of Ukraine Aid Ops.

Ukraine Aid Ops will use the information that it collects and stores relating to you, directly or through third-party providers, in order to maintain communication with you and improve the operation of our organization. Examples of such activities may include:
* Sending email and other communication to users with updates on our organization;
* Soliciting your support, including donations, toward our mission;
* Improving our website and social media content;
* Conducting data analysis to determine the success of our campaigns and develop future strategies.

Protecting your information is of great importance to Ukraine Aid Ops and something we take very seriously. While our methods are the accepted industry standard for security protocol, and make it extremely difficult for your data to be intercepted by anyone else, no data transmission over the Internet is ever 100% secure. So while we strive to protect your information, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of such information.
If you prefer to contact us and donate by mail, please send your check to:

Ukraine Aid Ops
c/o United Aid and Logistics Foundation
8 The Green
Suite # 11269
Dover, DE 19901

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