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Privacy Policy

TREE Fund Privacy Policy

What information do we collect?

  • We collect information from you when you subscribe to our newsletter, make a donation, apply for a grant or scholarship, request information from us, or participate in TREE Fund events or programs.
  • Information collected includes contact information and historical records of your interactions with the TREE Fund, including donation history. Credit card information is destroyed after financial transactions are processed.
  • You may contact us to review or change your information.
  • You may specify that you do not wish to receive our emails by selecting the “unsubscribe” option included in our online correspondence.


We use the information we collect to:

  • Process donations and thank our donors
  • Process grant and scholarship applications and notify applicants of the status of their proposals
  • Communicate with our constituents to announce deadlines and describe programs and events
  • Solicit sponsorship and donor support of our events and programs


Disclosure policy:

  • We do not sell, trade or otherwise disclose to outside parties your personally identifiable information. Excluded from this policy are trusted third parties who assist us in fundraising, operating our website or conducting our transactions, provided they agree to keep this information confidential.
  • The Privacy Policies for the software platforms we use are linked below:
  • We may release your information when we believe release is appropriate to comply with the law, enforce our site policies, or protect ours or others’ rights, property or safety.
  • Electronic personal information records are safeguarded in a password-protected database accessible only to authorized employees of the TREE Fund. Physical records containing personal information are secured in a locked storage unit accessible only to authorized employees of the Tree Fund.

Third party links: Our websites may contain links to third party organizations which support our mission. These sites maintain their own privacy policies and we are not responsible for the content and activities of these linked sites. As part of our efforts to protect the integrity of our site, we welcome feedback about sites linked to ours.


Contact us:

You may contact us regarding this Privacy Policy using the information below:


552 S. Washington St., Ste 109, Naperville, IL 60540


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Trees are not an amenity that can be neglected when the economy gets tight. This is a way to provide for their care into the future, and to make sure that the safety programs that protect our workforce continue to evolve. I didn’t make this decision [to become a Heritage Oak Society member] because I was asked; I did it because it’s important. We all have a role to play in planning for the future of our trees.

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