Privacy Policy

Safeguarding your privacy is a priority for Council for Art Education, Inc. (“Council for Art Education”, “CFAE”, “Youth Art Month”, “we”, “our”, “us”).  For purposes of this Privacy Policy, any reference to Council for Art Education includes, and

Council for Art Education is a non-profit organization.  The website for Council for Art Education provides information, news and updates about CFAE and its mission, and Youth Art Month.  The Privacy Policy (“Privacy Policy,” “Policy”, “Agreement”) pertains to all of the information that is collected or received by CFAE, both online and offline, as well as any communication that is oral, written, or electronic.  This may relate to site registration, registering to receive emails or information, making requests or submitting questions, or making payments.   You can choose how your information is collected and used.  Your use of this website indicates your consent to the practices outlined in this policy.


Collecting Your Personal Information

You have the option to view our website without providing personal information.

It is your choice to submit personally identifiable information (“information”), such as Name, Organization, Address, Email Address, Phone Number.  We may collect the information if you choose to

  • provide such information to us
  • subscribe to our newsletter or other forms of communication
  • become a member or partner
  • make an on-line donation
  • place an order

CFAE is the sole owner of the personally identifiable information we collect from you.  We do not sell or rent your personally identifiable information.  We do not share your personally identifiable information, including e-mails, with any other outside parties, except as needed to respond to an information request, or complete an order or transaction, such as becoming a member, making a donation, or purchasing goods.  If for any reason you choose to withhold any personally identifiable information, CFAE may not be able to complete an order or transaction.

If you correspond with CFAE, any personally identifiable information may be used to respond to you or to communicate with you in the future.

If you provide your personally identifiable information, we may use it to contact you via surveys for market research, or to communicate new services available from CFAE.

To improve the user experience, we may track data about the use of our website and the pages you visit in order to provide customized content, or provide advertising or marketing.

CFAE will only disclose your personally identifiable information, without notice, only if required to do so by law in order to

  • comply legally
  • protect the rights of CFAE
  • protect the personal safety of other CFAE users



CFAE may automatically collect certain information and data from your browser or devise through the use of “cookies”.  Your use of this website indicates your agreement to this practice.  Cookies provide a variety of functions, including helping to improve the website, remembering information from your site visit, identifying which areas and features are popular, and making site navigation easier.  Consult the privacy features of your devices and browsers in order to manage the functionality of cookies on your Internet browser.


Public Sources of Information

CFAE may obtain or collect information about you from public sources, including newspapers, blogs, and other media sources.  Information you make publicly available will be considered public information, and may be accessed, collected and used by CFAE.


Commitment to Data Security

We take appropriate action to protect your personally identifiable information from unauthorized access by users both inside and outside the organization.  However, we cannot guarantee the data will be 100% secure from failure of computer hardware, software, or telecommunications network.  If you provide us with your personally identifiable information, it is at your own risk, as third parties may unlawfully intercept or access transmissions or private information.


Children Under Thirteen

CFAE does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13.  Children under the age of 13 must ask their parents or guardians for permission to use our website.  Any personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13 that unknowingly appears on the CFAE site will be deleted.


Newsletters, Mailing Lists, Information

If you agree to subscribe to our newsletter, join our mailing lists, or receive information from CFAE, we may collect and use personally identifiable information about you.  If your information needs to be updated or changed, we will verify your identity before providing access to your information or making corrections.  At any time you may opt-out of receiving our communications and information by contacting us at


Links to Other Websites

CFAE’s website includes links to other Web sites.  CFAE is not responsible for any privacy or security practices for other websites, or any content contained on those websites.