How We May Use Information We Collect

In general, Juvenile Law Center may use personally identifiable information we collect from you to further our mission and operations, and to engage in the specific activity for which we collect the information. Examples of the ways Juvenile Law Center may use personally identifiable information collected from you include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • provide information about our events, programs, or services;

  • respond to your inquiries or requests;
  • conduct market research about our Site and our services;
  • develop and display content tailored to your interests;
  • solicit donations;
  • process donations;
  • provide receipts for or confirmations of donations;
  • otherwise maintain and administer the Site; and
  • perform functions as otherwise described to you at the time your information is collected.

In addition, in processing donations, we provide you the opportunity to make a donation to Juvenile Law Center in honor of someone else. If you elect to honor someone else through your donation, we will ask you for the contact information of the honoree. We do not use the information you give us about the honoree other than to record the honoree’s name as receiving a dedication and to notify the honoree of the donation.