Donor Privacy Policy

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Thank you for visiting the Center for Neighborhood Technology website and reviewing our donor privacy policy.

CNT will not sell, share, or trade our donors’ names or other personal information with any other entity. We will not send mailing or emails to our donors on behalf of another organization. To the extent any donations are processed through a third-party service provider, our donors’ information will only be used for purposes necessary to process the donation.

CT collects and stores personal information about our donors including name, address, contact information, and similar information. We use this information only to allow CNT to maintain contact with our donors, and never transfer it externally.

We also gather contact information from individuals who choose to donate to us via our website in order to process their donations, acknowledge them in a timely manner, and keep donors informed about the impact of our work. Payment information for donations is collected and stored by the third-party service provider Qgiv. You may read about their privacy policy here.

Ways to Give

Online Donations
Make a secure online donation from our donation page.

Prefer PayPal?
Donate here

Donate by phone
Contact Andrea Ruiz at 773.269.4054.

Write a check
Center for Neighborhood Technology
Attn: Development Department
17 North State Street #1400
Chicago, IL 60602

Stock and Securities Gifts
A gift of stock or securities to CNT will potentially lower your capital gains liability. Please contact CNT’s Development office to arrange a gift or learn more:
Andrea Ruiz

Workplace Giving
CNT is a member of EarthShare, a federation of the nation's most respected environmental and conservation charities.

If your employer is an EarthShare Illinois workplace giving partner, you can designate a tax-deductible payroll deduction to directly benefit CNT. To learn more about how you can support CNT at work, visit the EarthShare Illinois website or contact ESIL’s Senior Vice President and Campaign & Member Relations Director, Beth Tyson at

Thank you for your contribution. The Center for Neighborhood Technology is a registered 501(c)(3) and all gifts to CNT are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.