J/P Haitian Relief Organization’s Commitment To Privacy

J/P HRO respects the privacy of every visitor to our website. Your privacy is a priority, and we go to great lengths to protect it. This Internet Site Privacy Policy explains our online information practices. This Policy may be changed or updated from time to time. By visiting J/P HRO at jphro.org you accept the practices described in this Policy.

Data Collection

Through our website, we offer convenient online access to our services and communicate with you about important opportunities and events. We will not collect personal information from you when you visit our website unless you provide the information to us voluntarily and knowingly.

Applying To Work With J/P HRO As A Volunteer Or Employee

When you apply online to be a J/P HRO volunteer, we will ask you for your name, contact information and date of birth. We may ask for other data as well, depending on the volunteer activity. When you apply to be a J/P HRO employee, we ask for a variety of types of data that are typical for employment applications, and we may ask for your resume.

Making A Financial Contribution

When you make a financial contribution online, we collect your name, contact information and standard credit card data.

Credit Card Security

We use a variety of safeguards to protect the security of your credit card transactions. We use technologies and processes such as SSL encryption, access controls, physical security and other measures. These measures make it extremely difficult for anyone to intercept the credit card information you send to us. When we work with other companies to process credit card transactions, those companies also use encryption and other security measures. You can make financial contributions online, or by mail.

Personal Information Security

We use the same security measures and industry-standard security protocols for the collection and management of any personal information.

How We Use Your Information

J/P HRO will not sell, trade, or share personal information about our financial donors with anyone else, nor will we send mailings to our financial donors on behalf of other organizations, unless a donor has given us specific permission to do so. If you provide the J/P HRO with personal information when you visit our website, we may use the information in our programs and activities. We may enter your name into one of our databases so we can contact you to obtain your input, provide information about our programs and events, or request contributions.

On occasion, J/P HRO may share information about you with vendors and service providers that assist us with our activities and programs. These vendors and service providers help us with functions such as managing data and processing donations. In addition, we make disclosures as required by law.

If you need to contact us to review your information or make corrections please contact us at info@jphro.org.

Note To Parents On Our Privacy Policy

The J/P HRO welcomes children to learn more about our organization and, where appropriate, find opportunities to serve Haiti. However, we encourage children to do this only with their parents’ knowledge and supervision. In accordance with the Federal Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), you must be 13 years or older to use the J/P HRO February site. By registering for the newsletter or making a donation, you represent and warrant that you are 13 or older.

Clicking Through To Other Websites:

Our website contains links to other websites. When you click on one of these links you are entering another website for which J/P HRO has no responsibility. Please read the privacy statements on all websites as their policies could be different than ours.


If you have questions about this Privacy Policy, you may send us an email at info@jphro.org - or write to us at:

J/P Haitian Relief Organization
6022 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 203
Los Angeles, CA 90036

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Haiti was singled out as a country of people who are unwanted and we just marked eight years since over 250,000 of our Haitians neighbors lost their lives.

For this reason, and so many others, we are taking a moment to share the Haiti we know and love. The Haiti filled with neighbors, friends, co-workers, brothers and sisters who, with their bare hands, pulled each other out of rubble and carried each other to safety. It is the Haiti of our 200 Haitian staff, working tirelessly every day to work with communities to provide medical care to infants and children while also promoting public health to tens of thousands; where our teachers provide young boys and girls a genuine opportunity to succeed. We know a Haiti that has been hit harder and more often by everything mother nature has to offer, and yet continues with a resiliency you'll be hard pressed to find anywhere else; where the all-Haitian J/P HRO emergency response team to Hurricane Matthew, which devastated Haiti's South, helped 25,000 people return to a safe, dry home.

At J/P HRO we have always refused to blindly follow what has always been done. All of J/P HRO successes are guided by the people in Haiti themselves, by getting down to the ground level to do things with and in support of Haitians.

With time, Haiti will become more integral to the global economy. This is change that you will be able to see, touch, taste and wear. This will be no small feat, but J/P HRO is no stranger to challenging the status quo and persevering in the face of long odds. It's where we began and it's time to go back to what started this organization. We are not complacent. We are not okay with "good," or even "great." We are J/P HRO, and we want to keep doing the impossible.

Haiti is not looking for a handout. This great country will not be defined by an earthquake, hurricane or poverty. Instead, Haiti's difficult history will be overcome by the will of its people and with the attention and support of a compassionate world.

Today more than ever, we must stand in solidarity with the people of Haiti. Please help us show them they are in our thoughts and hearts.

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