Donor Privacy Policy

At Hull we are committed to protecting the privacy of the personal information of our clients, donors, friends, volunteers and other stakeholders. We value the trust of those we deal with, and of the public, and recognize that maintaining this trust requires that we be transparent and accountable in how we treat the information you choose to share with us. Hull does not sell, lend, borrow or trade any personal information. Hull adheres to the standards set out by the Personal Information Protection Act and the General Data Protection Regulation

For more information specific to the gathering and use of information on this website please click here. 

If at any time you wish to receive less mail or be removed from any of our communications simply contact us at 403-251-8062 or by email at

Ethical Codes and Practices

Our fundraising policies, practices and expectations are clearly communicated to all staff, Board members and volunteers. Hull Services adheres to the guidelines of the Donor Bill of Rights, and the Code of Ethics and Best Practices as outlined by the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Hull Services adheres to all regulations for charities as outlined by the Canadian Revenue Agency, the Canadian Fund-Raising Act and the Alberta Charitable Fund-Raising Regulations as they pertain to fundraising, donations and charitable tax receipting. Our Accounting procedures are Payment Card Industry Compliant and follow The Canadian Code of Practise for Consumer Protection in Electronic Commerce.

Should you have any concerns regarding our practices, or if you would like a full copy of our Donor Privacy and Ethical Practices document, please contact

  • Personal Information Protection Act:
  • General Data Protection Regulation for EU Citizen’s :
  • Donor Bill of Rights:
  • Code of Ethical Standards:
  • CRA:
  • Canadian Fundraising Act:\
  • Alberta Charitable Fund-Raising Regulations:
  • Payment Card Industry Compliant:
  • Canadian Code of Practise for Consumer Protection:$FILE/EcommPrinciples2003_e.pdf