The American Stroke Foundation is committed to protecting the privacy of its Website visitors.
The Information we collect from visitors to our web site comes from two sources:

Information About Your Visit to our Web Site

The American Stroke Foundation collects your IP address – the unique number that identifies your computer when you connect to the Internet. IP addresses are not linked to personal information so we will not know your name, and the data we collect when you visit will be grouped with all other visitors, so we will not be able to identify you. We use the information from visitors to track the number of visitors to our site and the length of time visitors spend on our website. We use this information to make our site better and more useful to you.

Information about You

We collect personal information about you ONLY when you provide it to us for a specific purpose. For example, when you make an online donation to us, we collect name, address, email address, and credit card information. We do not sell, trade or rent your personal information to anyone. The personal information you provide when you register online or make an online donation is secured using Secure Socket Layers (“SSL”) encryption technology.  This SSL technology prevents such information from being intercepted and read as it is transmitted over the Internet to secure servers.
If you make a donation to us on our web page, we will keep your email address in a database. We periodically send out emails and an e-newsletter describing our events and activities. You can also sign up to receive emails by providing your email address on our web site. If at any time you would like to stop receiving our emails or newsletter, you can click on the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the email or by contacting us directly at 913-649-1776 or 

Additional Information

Cookies. A cookie is a piece of data sent to your Web browser and stored on your hard drive. Cookies help us improve our Website by tracking and targeting the interests of our users as they visit different sections of our site. Cookies do not contain any personal information.
Links to other websites. If you follow any of the links from the American Stroke Foundation website that take you to other websites, this privacy statement does not cover the information practices or policies these other websites.  We encourage you to read the privacy statements of every website that you visit.

If you have questions concerning American Stroke Foundation policies, please contact us at 913-649-1776 or by email at