Terms and Conditions
Please review the following policies before proceeding in the use of our website.
Personal Information: We do not sell, trade, rent, or otherwise share your Personal Information with third parties for marketing purposes. In general, the Personal Information you provide to us is used to help us communicate with you or provide reasonable safeguards to verify identity.
Non-Personal Information: In general, we use Non-Personal Information to help us improve the Service and customize the user experience. We also aggregate Non-Personal Information in order to track trends and analyze use patterns on the Site.
A Child’s Hope Foundation is not registered to fundraise in all states within the United States, nor is it registered in all foreign countries where this site may be accessible. This site should not be construed as a solicitation of funds in those jurisdictions where ACHF is not registered.
A Child’s Hope Foundation (ACHF) has no obligation to refund donations for any reason once a payment has been authorized. However, in the event of an overpayment due to adjustments or previous non-reported payments, ACHF will attempt to refund the amount of the over payment back to the original Credit/Debit card that was used to facilitate payment. In the event that the original card is no longer valid, ACHF will send a check via regular United States Postal Service first-class mail to the original authorized payer.
Trip deposits of $100 per person are nonrefundable. The remaining trip payment is refundable up until two weeks before the start date of the trip. At the two-week mark, all trip payments are nonrefundable and nontransferable. For more information on trip payment policies, visit our FAQ page.
Contributions made to A Child’s Hope Foundation are tax-deductible in the U.S. Unless otherwise noted, your gift will be used by A Child’s Hope Foundation for the project(s) A Child’s Hope Foundation determines is(are) in need of funds. A Child’s Hope Foundation is recognized as a tax-exempt public charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. A portion of donations for trip payments and certain fundraising events are nondeductible. The amount of the trip payment that is nondeductible is determined after the trip is completed, but is estimated to be about $100. Donations for tickets to fundraising events, such as golf tournaments, are deductible beyond the amount of the fair market value of participation in the event.
Donors will receive a statement at the beginning of each year outlining their total contributions from the previous year and indicating which amounts are nondeductible.
For more information about using your donation as a charitable tax deduction, please contact a tax attorney or accountant.