The Maya Community Foundation hence forth referred to as (MCF) is committed to protecting the privacy of all our site visitors and scholarship applicants. MCF adheres to all federal and local laws in relation to consumer privacy protection.
The right to knowledge
What information The MCF is collecting about you
How that information will be used
If and with whom The MCF shares that information
The MCF collects the following personal identifiable information about our site visitors, in relation to contact us, newsletter & our scholarship application program…
The MCF Scholarship Application Program
Name of legal guardian
Relationship of legal guardian
Guardian’s phone number
Name of high school
Guidance Counselor’s name
School phone number
School Specific information
The MCF “Contact Us” form
The MCF Newsletter
The MCF uses site user provided information to inform applicants of scholarship related information. The MCF does not sell or share site user provided information with third-parties and only uses information obtained to communicate directly with its own scholarship applicants or information submitted for contact & Newsletters.
The right to be forgotten You as the consumer have the right to request the MCF to provide you with a summary of the information we have obtained and request a deletion of that information.
The MCF does not collect any information on its site users that has not been specifically provided. All information obtained was done so through the scholarship application program, Contact Us & Newsletters. Should you wish to review or remove your information you may do so by either contacting us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (213) 805-5727.
Opt-out "Do Not Sell My Personal Information" You have the right to opt out of the sale of your information to third parties. The MCF does not share or sell your information to any third parties. Because of our position to protect our site visitors and scholarship applicants personal information there is no opt-out required. However, California Law requires that we post this information.