Last modified: August 8th, 2019
We collect email addresses and require your email address when you donate (so that we can email you a receipt). We may send you an email asking you to verify your email address, which helps us protect your information.
We may add your email address to our email list where we send email updates and requests for donations, however you can unsubscribe from this list at any time.
We collect phone numbers and may verify your phone number's carrier, phone type (for example, mobile), and country code. We may send you a text or voice message asking you to verify your phone number, which helps us protect your information.
We may add your phone number to our phone list where we send text updates and requests for donations, however you can unsubscribe from this list at any time. Carrier rates may apply.
Due to the political nature of PPOF, we generally only accept phone numbers with a United States country code.
We collect your name, address, occupation, and employer when you contribute to PPOF.
Campaign finance law requires that this information, along with details of your contribution, be reported to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) or relevant state agency. FEC reports containing this information are publicly available from the FEC website. State reports are typically available through the state agency designated to oversee campaigns and elections.
Please see our Payment Policy for more information on how we process transactions.
Financial information is securely transmitted via Stripe, our payment processor. We may store a tokenized representation of your financial information or other general information (such as your card's brand or last four digits), but do not store or have access to complete financial information (such as card numbers).
A “cookie” is a tiny text file that is stored on your computer and enables you to access protected areas on our website. We also use (or facilitate the use of) cookies for tracking systems, including third party systems such as Google Analytics. You can disable these cookies by modifying your web browser preferences, however it may impact the functionality of this website.
We log IP (Internet protocol) addresses, which are the locations of computers or networks on the Internet, and analyze them for systems administration, troubleshooting, and security purposes. Some third party services we use, such as Google Analytics, may also log IP addresses as part of the services they offer.
We do not knowingly solicit or collect personally identifying information from children under the age of 13.