Privacy Policy

Privacy and Conditions of Site Use

Privacy Statement

We are absolutely committed to maintaining your privacy. When you volunteer or join an email list, we gather a minimal amount of personal information when you submit your request or send us an email. We do this so that we can provide you with a higher quality on-line experience, one that is tailored to your personal needs. We may use the contact information you provide to contact you about your request or to send you necessary information directly related to your request or email.

IP Addresses and Cookies

We use IP addresses (random numbers assigned to individual computers) to help diagnose problems with our servers, administer our web site, and anonymously track content preferences and traffic patterns. We also use cookies (small text files transferred from our Web site to your hard drive) to recognize repeat users, track usage behavior, and facilitate your access to and use of our site. Cookies do not damage files or allow anyone to access your personally identifiable information - they simply allow us to tailor information to make your visits more enjoyable and meaningful. They also provide information to us about site usage to help us improve and update our site. We may share aggregate (not individual) site usage statistics and demographic information with advertisers and other third parties, but this information will not include any personally identifiable information.

Security and Links

The security of the information you provide is vitally important to us. We use security measures to protect the loss, misuse, or alteration of sensitive information under our control. However, our site may includes links to other sites, and when you choose to visit those sites, we are not responsible for their privacy policies or how they treat user information. We are not responsible for the actions and policies of these third parties, and it is a best practice to review the privacy policies of these parties when giving them personal information.

Additional Information

There may be times when we will make changes to our privacy policy, dictated by the needs of the organization. Any changes we do make will be posted to our web site as quickly as possible. This statement and the policies outlined here are not intended to and do not give you any contractual or other legal rights.

Did you know?

The Frist Art Museum was originally Nashville’s main post office and was secured as an art center with the help of Postmaster General Marvin Runyon, who had Nashville ties.

The Center for Nonprofit Management was founded by HCA and the United Way in 1986.

The first executive director of The Frist Foundation was Ida F. Cooney.