This page is about our Site Policies. Our desire is to earn and maintain your trust, and to present you with an informative and enjoyable online experience.
We really value our privacy on the Internet. We always choose to remain anonymous until we feel that a Web site or forum can be trusted with our personal information. And we believe that while you are a guest on our site, you should be afforded the same respect in your right to privacy.
he Internet has a tremendous attraction for children and young people. It is truly a rich resource for children's information and entertainment — the good sort. Unfortunately, there is a bad side to almost anything that is good, and it often seems the greater the good, the greater the bad. So you have to be careful.
There will no doubt be some children who will visit this Web site. After all, there are children and youths interested in children's charities, and some might even be involved in gathering research material for a class project.
We have also included some practical Internet Child Safety Tips to make your child's online experience safer and more pleasant. Internet safety for kids is important!
A Disclaimer concerning the contents of our Web site, and the safe use of the information available on our Web site.
An affidavit concerning compensation and affiliation of TheJuliaProject.com with SiteSell.
As an operator of a Web site, you are responsible to comply with Internet privacy laws. You will need to add proper policy pages to protect yourself from a needless lawsuit.
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The Julia Project Foundation did not receive a promotional copy and/or other material compensation, in order to facilitate his Honest Opinion for this endorsement and is a marketing affiliate for AutoWebLaw.
Julia, our charity's namesake, and I extend a warm welcome to you.
—Jill Carty, Founder
A charity motorcycle ride in The Kawarthas and Lakefield, Ontario to support our efforts helping HIV aids orphans and children in poverty.
African school kids face daily challenges to their basic survival. The Julia Project Foundation wants to make a difference for hurting children in poverty.
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