Donor Privacy Policy

Florida’s Children First
Donor Privacy Policy

Updated September 12, 2023


Florida’s Children First (FCF) stands as a beacon for child advocacy throughout the state, dedicating its efforts to protecting children’s rights. The Board of Director’s has decided to prominently display our privacy policy on the FCF website and to use the policy as may be appropriate in our marketing and solicitation materials. Every employee will be instructed on this policy and steps will be taken to ensure the employees read the personnel policies that make the misuse or theft of corporate property, including the donor information, grounds for dismissal.


Donor Confidentiality


Your trust is paramount to us. We are committed to preserving donor confidentiality and ensuring that all personal information is protected. When you share your details, it’s only to keep you abreast of our milestones, initiatives, events, and areas where your support is crucial. If ever you wish to discontinue receiving our updates, contact FCF, and we will respect your decision by removing you from our communication list. When donors offer their details voluntarily, we store the following:


  • Basic contact details: name, address, phone number, email.
  • Donation records.
  • Engagement history, like event participation, received publications, and specific program interests.
  • Feedback and suggestions from donors.


No Data Sharing


We pledge not to lease, sell, or exchange our donor lists or any data within those lists. Personal donor data remains strictly confidential, with information use restricted to FCF’s internal objectives and mission advancement. 


Modifying Donor Data


Should you wish to alter your contact method, update your personal details, or remove them altogether, please get in touch using our contact details. If you’d like to opt-out from our emails, utilize the “unsubscribe” option in our communications or reach out directly. Note that mailing removal may take up to two months if we’re already in the process of dispatching communications.


Web Cookies


Cookies are data fragments transferred to your computer for record-keeping during site visits. To manage or disable cookies, adjust your browser settings. We might employ services like Google Analytics and other vendors that deploy cookies. If you prefer to opt-out from Google’s data collection, refer to their privacy page.


External Web Links


FCF might suggest links to external sites not managed by us. We recommend you review their privacy protocols, as we aren’t accountable for external site policies.


Updates to Privacy Protocol


This policy was last updated on September 12, 2023. FCF might update its privacy policy periodically, but changes won’t affect previously gathered information retroactively.


Connect With Us


For any queries or feedback regarding our Donor Privacy Policy, please reach out to Lia Pual at


Alexia Nechayev

FYS Events & Meeting Chair
(Palm Beach)

Hello, My name is Alexia Nechayev. I am 25 years old and I am an alumna of Florida International University where I received my B.A. in Psychology. My future career goal is to be a Lawyer. I was in care for about one year from age 17 to 18. Prior to entering care, I only knew about the negative stigma regarding foster care and while in care that narrative was unfortunately my experience.

In school I felt like I was on display because my status in care was broadcast to other students and in my placement behavior was leveraged for “privileges” that should be a natural right of all children. Because I did not know my rights I did not know that what I was experiencing was wrong. Today this is exactly why I advocate, because I don’t want this to be the same for other youth who are experiencing foster care.

This is my second year on the FYS Statewide Board and I’m happy to be the Events and Meetings Chair this year because my main goal through advocacy is to reach as many people as possible. My favorite thing as a board member is to see how comfortable members become while working together. The community needs to know that youth in foster care are real people, going through some of the hardest moments of their life and youth need to know that their voice is powerful. I believe that we have to speak up and bring these issues to people’s attention so that they do not forget us. Advocacy, education and consistency is the only way.

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