Our mission is to make the teaching and living of nonviolence part of mainstream education
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Online Information Policies

We do not "share" your information

EFNV does not intentionally disclose, share, sell, or trade information about your individual visits to our web site or any personal information that you may give us such as your name, address, email address or telephone number, to or with any outside companies or organizations without your express permission.

We verify your email address

When you register online with us, we will verify that you have given us a functioning email address by sending a confirmation message to you at that address. You must respond to that message before your profile can be used and before we will send any newsletters to you. You may choose not to subscribe to our newsletters (called "opting-out"), but you may not opt-out of administrative communications dealing with your account information - these will be sent to all email addresses on file.


The EFNV web site uses cookies, a browser technique which allows our server to recognize you and to retrieve your information for you when you visit our web site. All access to our web site is either public (with no cookies required), or restricted in which case your browser must accept cookies so we can confirm you have registered, and safeguard your confidential information. If you choose not to accept cookies, many parts of our web site may not be available for your use.

Confidentiality of information

We take professionally-prudent precautions to ensure that our registrants' information is not compromised, but cannot guarantee that it will never be discovered or released accidentally or by malicious actions of other parties. Consequently, you may wish to minimize the amount of your personal information which is stored online. Be aware that as a California (United States) not-for-profit (501(c)3) corporation we may also be subject to federal or state laws requiring the disclosure of information to government agencies. If anonymity is important to you, do not give us confidential or personally-identifiable information. This caution applies both to online (world wide web) pages and to email communications you may have with EFNV staff or volunteers.