Association of Fundraising Professionals
Main page: http://www.afpnet.org
Donor Bill of Rights: http://www.afpnet.org/Ethics/EnforcementDetail.cfm?ItemNumber=3359
Donor Bill of Rights (PDF version):
Question 1: What are the 4t h and 6th rights listed?
Question 2: What right do donors have with respect to mailing lists?
Association for Healthcare Philanthropy
Main page: http://www.ahp.org
The HIPPA Privacy Rule: What Fundraisers Need to Know
By Cedric A. Richner III, Founder and Principal, and Jill Schrems Penate, Client Relations Assistant, Richner & Richner:
Quick Reference Guide: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
By the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy:
When Federal Privacy Rules and Fundraising Desires Meet: An Advisory on the Use of Protected Health Information in Fundraising Communications
By the Association of American Medical Colleges:
Question 3: Give two examples of medical-related health information that do not require a patient’s written authorization before a Health Care Organizations can use them for fundraising purposes?
Main page: http://www.blackbaud.com
Privacy and the Prospect Researcher
By David F. Lamb, Prospect Research Consultant, Blackbaud Analytics
Whitepaper (PDF version):
Question 4: What legally recognized invasion of privacy is most likely to tempt prospect researchers?
Question 5: What is the definition of a public company insider and why is it in the public interest to know if insiders have bought or sold shares in a public company?
Question 6: When collecting and presenting prospect information, what three questions must a researcher be able to answer “yes” to?
Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement
Main page: http://www.aprahome.org
Statement of Ethics:
Question 8: What are three of the four fundamental principles of Ethical Conduct?
The General Data Protection Regulation:
Question 9. List three principles of the General Data Protection Regulation.