(revised: July 9, 2012)
General Privacy Statement
Information for volunteer opportunities listed in our on-line database (http://peel.cioc.ca/volunteer) is provided to Volunteer MBC by the member organizations or partners of our volunteer centre. Every effort is made to ensure that the information in this database is accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive. Volunteer MBC cannot assume liability resulting from errors or omissions. Inclusion of a volunteer opportunity does not imply endorsement, nor does omission reflect on the contribution that an organization makes in the community. Prospective volunteers should verify the information in the posting before submitting a referral or expressing interest in the opportunity found online.
Information Collected Through CIOC
Volunteer MBC has obtained the right of use through a software license provided by the Community Information On-line Consortium (CIOC). As a member of CIOC, we have developed our on-line volunteer opportunities database for the sole purpose of providing access in an on-line format to volunteer opportunities that are available in the Region of Peel community.
Information submitted by an individual through either the on-line referral form or through a personal profile is stored on the hosting servers that are arranged and managed by CIOC on behalf of its members. CIOC has safeguards in place to ensure that the information submitted through Volunteer MBC's on-line volunteer opportunity database is not disclosed or shared with anyone except Volunteer MBC. However, Volunteer MBC shall not be held liable should a breach of security on the hosting servers occur. In the event that a breach has taken place, Volunteer MBC will make every effort to notify those who may be affected by the breach.
Volunteer MBC will not be held liable for personal information submitted to our on-line volunteer opportunities database through a public computer that an individual uses (i.e. at a local library, employment centre, etc.) or through an unsecured internet environment (i.e. WiFi, etc.). Individuals should use caution when using public computers especially when entering in their personal information (i.e. name, address, phone number, etc.), their log-in or passwords for use when accessing their on-line profile.
For information on the policy regarding organizations listed in the Community Information Partners Peel (CIPP) database, please refer to their Inclusion Policy which can be found at: http://peel.cioc.ca/inclusion.asp
[ Close Window ]