and Moral Implications of E-Philanthropy
with all promotional campaigns, e-philanthropy poses many ethical
and moral questions to your organization. It is in both you and
your donors’ best interest to do the following (Code,
Develop and Maintain Trust
- Clearly and
specifically display and describe the organization’s
- Always use
practices that exhibit integrity, honesty and truthfulness.
Maintain Privacy and Security for Donors
display the opportunity for donors to have their names removed
online transactions with systems that use high-level security techniques
to protect your donors.
Disclose All Information
truthful with your donors by telling them what company is facilitating
all appropriate government regulations.
Respond to Complaints
respond to all complaints within a timely fashion.
Secure All Transactions
- Ensure that all contributions are used to support your organization
informed of the best ways to ensure privacy in all online transactions.
to the donor the nature of the relationship between the processing
organization and the charity intended to benefit
A complete copy
of the Code of Ethical Online Philanthropic Practices can
be downloaded for free at:
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