Privacy of Information
Unity Project for Relief of Homelessness in London (Unity Project) believes in the rights of all clients, donors, board members, staff and volunteers to have their personal information remain private and confidential and to be assured that their safety is not compromised in any way by any records, or practices observed at Unity Project
Unity Project wishes to comply with Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) legislation as it applies to the use, retention and destruction of confidential personal information.
Unity Project will comply with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), Bill 168 of the amendment to the Occupational Health and Safety Act and other applicable and relevant (provincial or federal) legislation.
All Board members, management, staff, students, volunteers sign a confidentiality statement agreeing to maintain confidentiality regarding current and former service users and donors in perpetuity.
All paper and electronic records containing personal information are safeguarded to protect confidentiality.
Unity Project includes an “unsubscribe” function in its communications and individuals can opt-out at any time. Individuals can opt-out from further communication through our mobile giving program by texting STOP to 20222