Privacy Policy



The purpose of the Privacy Policy (the “Policy”) is to ensure Impact100 Philadelphia’s (“Impact100”) commitment to the privacy of our members and website users. This policy explains what type of information is collected by Impact100 and how this information is used.


Impact100 is committed to protecting privacy. We hold personal information in strict confidence and use personal information only for its intended purpose. Impact100 does not provide, sell, or rent names, e-mail addresses or other contact information to anyone outside the organization. Impact100 members are not permitted to disclose confidential information acquired in connection with work done on behalf of Impact100.

What Personally Identifiable Information is Collected

Impact100 members and individuals who register for Impact100 e-mails and events voluntarily provide us with personal information. Impact100 may collect contact information (such as name, physical address, telephone number and e-mail address) and other personal information (such as age and profession). This information is used only for specific, limited purposes. They may always “opt out” at any time by unsubscribing, if they do not wish to receive communications from us.

Impact100 may also collect information from a user’s browser, including IP address. Impact100’s website may use “cookies” to remember certain user information to help provide better services. Cookies are electronic identifiers that are transferred automatically to a user’s computer through their browser that allow our computers to save certain information provided to Impact100. Cookies also track a user’s usage of Impact100’s website so we know which parts of the website are most popular. Users can reject cookies or cancel them by instructing their web browser accordingly.

How Information May Be Used

Impact100 will use personal information to provide personalized service such as: sending e- mails; answering requests; processing membership applications; contacting members regarding Impact100 events and opportunities; and customizing the content on the Impact100 website and e-mail communications. Impact100 also uses IP addresses to help diagnose problems with Impact’s server, to administer our website, and for statistical metrics used to track website visitor traffic. This allows Impact to monitor which communication features are the most popular so we can better serve our users’ needs. It also lets us provide aggregate data about our traffic (not identifying individuals personally, but showing how many visitors used which features, for example). Users may choose to opt out at any time, which will cease all communications from us.

Use of Third Party Service Providers

Impact100 uses trusted third-party service providers to provide our services and operations and may disclose personal information to these service providers as needed for processing information on Impact100’s behalf.


This Policy will be reviewed every other year, at minimum, by the Board of Directors or its designated committee, or sooner if warranted by internal or external events or changes.

Adopted: November 15, 2016