National Building Museum
401 F Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001
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The National Building Museum uses its best efforts to respect and protect the privacy of our online visitors and donors. We will not share your e-mail address with third parties without your permission.
The National Building Museum may exchange postal mailing lists with other organizations who share our mission. You may request that we withhold your mailing information from any list by completing this form or contacting us at 202.272.2448.
We care about the safety and security of your transaction. We use high grade encryption and the https security protocol to communicate with your browser software. This method is the industry standard security protocol, which makes it extremely difficult for anyone else to intercept the credit card information you send to us. Companies we work with to process credit card transactions also use high grade encryption and security protocols. The National Building Museum does not store or save credit card information, and any reoccurring donation is encrypted and stored at the credit card gateway only. Contributions and payments may also be made by calling 202.272.2448.
The same high grade encryption and https security protocols used for financial transactions on our site are used in collecting other personal information. In addition to maintaining privacy and security controls over information you share with us, the National Building Museum works to accurately process your contribution information. During business hours, staff are available to answer questions about your financial donation. You may contact us at 202.272.2448 or by completing this form.
The National Building Museum employs error checking procedures to make certain transactions are processed completely and accurately. As necessary, changes are made to improve our systems. Furthermore, independent external and internal audits are conducted to ensure the privacy, security, and appropriate processing of your information on our site.
The National Building Museum welcomes children to learn more about our organization and, where appropriate, find opportunities to gain knowledge through National Building Museum training programs and volunteer activities. We encourage, however, that this to be done only with parent's knowledge and supervision. For this reason, the National Building Museum follows the guidelines for interactive electronic media published by the Children's Advertising Review Unit of the Better Business Bureau.
Revised March 2008