In various places on our website, we gather email addresses and other basic contact information for the purpose of allowing people to subscribe to our publications or register for events. We also gather contact information from individuals who choose to donate to us via our website in order to process their donations, acknowledge them in a timely manner, and keep donors informed about the impact of our work.
Our website may set “cookies” for the purpose of collecting aggregate statistics about the total number of visitors to our website. We do not store any personally identifiable information in cookies. Some of our online publications use coded hyperlinks to identify and track personally identifiable information about individuals’ interactions with our website.
We partner with third-party service providers to host our website and other online publications. Third-party service providers are not permitted to use or share any personally identifiable information that we provide to them. We also partner with local installation companies, and we share certain information that you provide with the installation partner selected for your campaign to facilitate program communications. Neither we nor our partners share any of the personally identifiable information we collect with other outside parties, unless we have received your specific permission to do so.
We use personally identifiable records of people’s interactions with our online publications as a means for better understanding their interest in our work. At some point in time, this information may be used to personalize the publications and other information individuals receive from Solarize Northwest.
Like most website operators, our web servers create log files. These track data on Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp, and number of clicks to enable us to administer the site, analyze trends, track user movement in the aggregate, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. Server log files do not contain personally identifiable information.