KNOTUS's Commitment to Donors

Effective January 1, 2021

Knotus is an organization that serves local and national independent members. Together Knotus forms a large network of local and national services. Knotus are dedicated to promoting the health, social, educational, vocational and character development of youth throughout the communities we serve.

Knotus contracts are separate legal entity; is governed by an independent board of directors, executive committee, or other governing body; and each contact is solely responsible for its own affairs, including, but not limited to, matters of safety, compliance with federal, state, and local laws, physical facilities, uses of technology, finances, policies and programs, and personnel policies and decisions. Knotus has sole authority to hire, terminate, prescribe the duties of and establish the terms of employment of its employees and officers.

As an organization, Knotus has no authority with respect to the policies or decisions of each contract. Accordingly, each Knotus contract, and the affairs controlled by the vested parties, Knotus does not control and cannot be held responsible for the actions of vested parties contractually invested with regards to state and government laws.

Knotus Donor Policy

Knotus believes in safeguarding personal information and ensuring that privacy is respected and protected for donors, all youth, volunteers, vendors and members of the Alumni' Friends Association. We will use personal information to keep donors, friends & vendors, volunteers and alumni informed of our activities, including our programs, special events and funding needs. We respect all requests to remain anonymous. We will always provide an “opt-out” procedure for donors and others who receive such materials to request that their names be deleted from similar mailings, phone calls, faxes or electronic communications in the future. Donors, friends, volunteers and alumni may contact Knotus at any time, and we will gladly accommodate your preferences. Individuals may choose to opt out of electronic communication including emails and faxes. Individuals may also request that their record be flagged as “Do Not Call.” Knotus will honor all or a combination of these “opt out” preferences.

Donor Information

Collection of Data: Knotus collects personal data through event registration, email subscription, online donation services, postal mail, wire transfer, phone and other electronic means. We only collect this information when users submit it voluntarily or through Knotus’s website. If a user prefers not to submit such information online, they may contact Knotus to determine an appropriate channel to transmit this information.

  • We may collect a person’s first name, last name, email address, company, position, secondary email address, address, city, state, zip code, and phone numbers (home, work, or mobile). We may collect event-specific information pertaining to a person’s attendance, corporate affiliation, meal preferences and guests.
  • We may collect the provided name and email of a spouse, contributor or foundation to facilitate the recognition for a gift. This confidential information is kept on file for IRS purposes.
  • Knotus complies with CANSPAM, and at any time donors, volunteers, alumni and friends may “opt- out” or be removed from our contact lists and can unsubscribe to emails. Knotus will discontinue contact with any person upon oral or written request. For questions regarding our privacy policy or to make an “opt-out” request, please feel free to contact us at:

Knotus

4725 Walton Xing SW

Atlanta, GA 30331

Phone: (508) 794-9371

Email: admin@knotus.org

Knotus Legal Notice

Effective January 1, 2021

Knotus is an organization that serves local and national independent members. Together Knotus forms a large network of local and national services. Knotus are dedicated to promoting the health, social, educational, vocational and character development of youth throughout the communities we serve.

Knotus contracts are separate legal entity; is governed by an independent board of directors, executive committee, or other governing body; and each contact is solely responsible for its own affairs, including, but not limited to, matters of safety, compliance with federal, state, and local laws, physical facilities, uses of technology, finances, policies and programs, and personnel policies and decisions. Knotus has sole authority to hire, terminate, prescribe the duties of and establish the terms of employment of its employees and officers.

As an organization, Knotus has no authority with respect to the policies or decisions of each contract. Accordingly, each Knotus contract, and the affairs controlled by the vested parties, Knotus does not control and cannot be held responsible for the actions of vested parties contractually invested with regards to state and government laws.

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