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  Austin Box #12 Foundation has created this Privacy Policy describing our information gathering and dissemination practices to demonstrate our commitment to the privacy and protection of information received and distributed via the Internet and our Website. Please contact us, using our contact information below, if you have any questions or otherwise need additional information regarding our privacy policy.

Section 501(c)(3)
Section 501(c)(3) is the portion of the US Internal Revenue Code that allows for federal tax exemption of nonprofit organizations, specifically those that are considered public charities, private foundations or private operating foundations. It is regulated and administered by the US Department of Treasury through the Internal Revenue Service. There are other 501(c) organizations, indicated by categories 501(c)(1) – 501(c)(28). This discussion will focus on 501(c)(3).

501(c)(3) organizations fall into one of three primary categories: public charities, private foundations, and private operating foundations.
A public charity is generally defined by the IRS as “not a private foundation”. It receives a substantial portion of its revenue from the general public or from government. In order to remain a public charity (and not a private foundation), a 501(c)(3) must obtain at least 1/3 of its donated revenue from a fairly broad base of public support. Public support can be from individuals, companies and/or other public charities. Donations to public charities can be tax deductible to the individual donor up to 50% of the donor’s income[2,3]. Corporate limits are generally 10%[2,3]. In addition, public charities must maintain a governing body that is mostly made up of unrelated individuals[4]. Public charities are what most people recognize as those organizations with active programs. Examples include churches, benevolence organizations, animal welfare agencies, educational organizations, etc.

A private foundation is often referred to as a non-operating foundation, as in it typically does not have active programs. Revenue may come from a relatively small number of donors, even single donors. Private foundations are usually thought of as nonprofits which support the work of public charities through grants, though that is not always the case. Donations to private foundations can be tax deductible to the individual donor up to 30% of the donor’s income[2,3]. Governance of a private foundation can be much more closely held than in a public charity. A family foundation is an example of a private foundation.

The third category is the least common: private operating foundation. These organizations often maintain active programs similar to public charities, but may have attributes (such as close governance) similar to a foundation. As such, private operating foundations are often considered hybrids. Most of the earnings must go to the conduct of programs. Donation deductibility is similar to a public charity[2,3].

Collecting Domain Information
Austin Box #12 Foundation also collects domain information as part of its analysis of the use of this site. This data provides us with standard market information and enables us to become more familiar with which customers visit our site, how often they visit and what parts of the site they visit most often. Austin Box #12 Foundation uses this information mainly to improve its web-based offerings. This information is collected automatically and requires no action on your part. Austin Box #12 Foundation will use generally available information such as IP addresses, browser types and access times to analyze trends, administer the site, improve site performance and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use.

Use of Cookies
Some pages on this site use "cookies," which are small files that the site places on your hard drive for identification purposes. These files are mainly used for site registration and customization the next time you visit us. You should note that such cookies cannot read data off of your hard drive. Your web browser may allow you to be notified when you are receiving a cookie, giving you the choice to accept it or not. By not accepting cookies, some pages may not fully function and you may not be able to access certain information on this site.

How We Use The Information
We use cookies on our Website for tracking and other purposes, as described earlier. However, we do not correlate information on user traffic patterns with data about individual users. We do break down overall usage statistics according to a user's domain name, browser type, and MIME type by reading this information from the browser string (information contained in every user's browser). Austin Box #12 Foundation will not distribute, share, disseminate, sell or rent information obtained through means described above to any 3rd parties. We utilize the user contact information from our web site’s registration forms, filled out by our web site visitors, to provide them with information about our company and material from some of our partners. This includes e-newsletters and other mailings or communication means related to our information and services. The registered user's contact information is also used to contact him/her when necessary. It is our policy to not contact you for any sales or solicitation unless you have requested it or otherwise have given us the permission to do so. Additionally, Austin Box #12 Foundation does not share, distribute or sell any of such contact information to any third party or non-affiliated organization. Austin Box #12 Foundation, however, may share such information with its contracted advertising companies on an aggregate basis, but we do not provide advertisers with information identifying individual visitors. Certain consolidated or other information will be provided as necessary to comply with local, state, and federal laws and regulations.

Austin Box #12 Foundation Commitment
Austin Box #12 Foundation
gathers and uses information from outside the company only for the purpose of conducting its legitimate business, including compliance with applicable laws, as well as company’s high standards of ethical values. Such information is treated with the appropriate confidentiality standards. While we cannot guarantee complete protection, we follow commercially reasonable practices established to provide the privacy described in this policy.

Austin Box #12 Foundation reserves the right to change, modify or update this statement at any time without any advanced notices.

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