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The data is used by us as well as the Development, Patronage and Editorial departments of Fondation de France and third parties—commissioned by us or the Fondation de France —to process online donations,to send receipts, to conduct specific studies or to run fundraising campaigns.
This data is kept only as long as needed to meet the above-mentioned objectives. Friends of FdF will not transfer your information outside of the United States and the European Union. The details collected on the online donation form may be shared with other non-profit organizations.
Please note the following concerning the sending of emails:
– confidentiality of messages sent through the internet is not guaranteed,
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