Privacy Statement, Links & Resources

Privacy

Since our nonprofit was founded in 1995, our stakeholders have trusted us with their personal information. Whether you are a donor, a volunteer, an organization, or acommunity partner, our commitment to conduct business honestly and protect yourprivacy is at the heart of our Privacy Policy.

We require that your personal information be held in strict confidence. We use your information only for its intended business purpose. We do not sell or trade your information to other organizations or individuals.

We take every possible measure to insure that your information is not compromised in any way. 

We publish a list of donation ranges and donors in our newsletter, but we never include contact information.  If you prefer not to be listed, please contact us.

Our privacy promise extends online to our Internet websites. Online event registration information is transmitted via a secure server.  Some online forms on our Website are created with third party software through a contract with Network for Good, a trusted software provider that utilizes encryption technology.

If you choose to send us email, we may retain the contents of your email message, our reply, and your email address as part of our ongoing customer service efforts. We may contact you after you have contacted us and may send future email and/or surveys to you about our work. You may notify us if you wish to discontinue electronic communication.  Our e-newsletter also includes an opt-out button.

We try to keep your personal information as accurate, complete, and up to date as is required to fulfill the purpose(s) for which you provided us with your personal information. Upon request in writing we will remove your personal information from our databases, except where legislation or regulation requires our retention of it (for example, charitable giving history tied to income tax receipts.)

If you have any questions about our website or our Privacy Policy, please contactour office at (612) 879-0105.

Partners

The Midtown Greenway Coalition works cooperatively with many other organizations on project-specific efforts or through ongoing alliances.  For example, the Coalition and Lake Street Council usually conduct one joint board meeting per year and seek to strengthen the connection between Lake Street and the Greenway. 

City of Minneapolis
www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us

Hennepin County
http://hennepin.us/hcrra

Lake Street Council
www.lakestreetcouncil.org
Representing the commercial, industrial and professional business community in the greater Lake Street corridor.

Midtown Community Works Partnership (MCWP)
www.midtowncommunityworks.org
A partnership of elected officials, appointed officials, businesses, and neighborhoods concerned with developing the Midtown Greenway and Lake Street Corridors. The Midtown Greenway Coalition is a member of this partnership.

Transit For Livable Communities
www.tlcminnesota.org
Advocates for Transit, Walking, Biking, and Transit-Oriented Development in Minnesota. The Midtown Greenway Coalition advocates a historic trolley as a neighborhood-friendly transit solution in the corridor.

Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition
Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition
Advocates for bicycling in Minneapolis.

Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota
Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota
Advocates for bicycling in Minnesota

Grease Rag
greaserag.org
Grease Rag's mission is to encourage and empower women/ trans/ femme (WTF) cyclists in a collaborative and fun learning environment through rides, discussions, shop nights and educational seminars in a safer space. We have 7 events across 4 locations in Minneapolis, one of which (Sunrise Cyclery) is immediately off the Greenway!

 
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