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"Keeping The Dream Alive"®

About NCDAC: 

The National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council is a  non-profit volunteer organization that was founded in October 2000. Originally formed as "The New Hampshire Cultural Diversity Advisory Group", the idea for establishing a state wide nonprofit cultural diversity organization was conceived after it was discovered that there was a need for an organization that promotes an appreciation, understanding and acceptance of the people who comprise the various racial and ethnic groups of the state of New Hampshire. The group also wanted to maintain the significance of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday.


What began as a mission of providing workplace cultural diversity training, a youth cultural diversity workshop, along with promoting diversity and inclusion in business and education, the National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council has expanded its work to include promoting diversity in foreign trade and business, as well as building and establishing "good will" relationships with allies of the United States of America through cultural exchanges, events, and collaborations.  America is seen as a beacon of hope and opportunity by many people around the world. As such, those same individuals relocate to our country seeking a better way of living. The National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council is ready to meet the challenge of promoting the values that are adherent to our great nation; tolerance and inclusion.


Thanks to the continued support of some dedicated individuals, organizations, and businesses, NCDAC has achieved great accomplishments such as the annual 'Keeping the Dream Alive®", Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day dinner, the annual 'Keeping the Dream Alive®" diversity youth workshop, and our involvement in diversity awareness for the business and education communities.  We are looking for volunteers........JOIN US!

Privacy Policy: 

The National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council is committed to protecting your online privacy and providing a safe online experience for all of its users. This Privacy Policy applies to information collected online when visiting our website and governs online data collection and usage at the National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council site. Please contact the National Cultural Diversity Awareness Council if you have any questions.


Overview of the National Diversity Awareness Council Website Privacy Policy 


•You do not have to provide personal information to visit and enjoy many features of our site. To make a contribution online, purchase products, or sign up for e-updates or newsletters, or engage in other activities, we may request personal information from you, such as your name, age, address, e-mail address, and, if visitors are identified to be under 13, a parent's e-mail address. 

•We use the information that you voluntarily provide to fulfill your requests, such as signing you up for e-updates or newsletters or filling your purchase order, and for surveys and user research to improve our site. 

•We do not share your personal information with third parties, other than with our agents who provide technical support for our site or help fill your purchase order.  

•We may offer community features at our site. We collect anonymous, aggregate data to improve our site and features. 

Information You Provide

Visitors can visit our site without registering or providing personal information, but we do collect personal information to make certain features and options available. We collect personal information when it is voluntarily provided, for instance when signing a guest book, registering for e-mail updates, completing our online surveys, making a donation, or purchasing products.  We typically ask for first and last name, mailing address, phone number, and an e-mail address; an address and phone number is required to process online orders or donations, and other demographic information is requested to help us understand our visitors’ backgrounds, needs, and interests. 


Information Collected Automatically

Your web browser offers "cookies" which, if you allow their use, store small amounts of data on your computer when you visit a web site. Cookies do not contain any personally identifiable information about you and therefore cannot be used to identify you personally. You have the ability to accept or decline cookies by modifying your browser and our web sites are viewable even if you disable the cookie function on your browser. However, if you disable cookies, some advanced and customized features of our site will not be available to you. 


NCDAC  may utilize cookie technology to assist us in tracking which of our features you like best.  We DO NOT use cookies or other nonconsensual methods to take personally identifiable or online contact information about you or your family off of your computer. NCDAC DOES NOT use cookies for direct marketing or promotional purposes. Cookies are also NOT used to collect information specifically about you or your family for sharing with third parties without consent. 


What We Do With Collected Information

We use the personal information we collect to fulfill your requests. For instance, if you wish to donate to NCDAC , or purchase a product online, we will use the information you provide to provide you with information, process your donation or purchase order. 


We also use collected information to evaluate and administer our service, respond to any problems that may arise, and to gauge user trends to determine what features are of most interest to our visitors. 


We may, at times, produce reports containing aggregate information about our users such as demographic, age, and online usage information. This allows us to provide information and features that are most relevant to our users. We do not include personally identifiable information in these reports. 


Protecting Our Site

We reserve the right to use or disclose any information without notice or consent as needed to satisfy any law, regulation or legal request; to conduct investigations of consumer complaints or possible breaches of law; to protect the integrity of our site and our property; to protect the safety of our visitors or others; to fulfill your requests; or to cooperate in any legal investigation. 


Changes To Our Privacy Policy

We will occasionally update this Privacy Policy as necessary to maintain the highest protection for our users and to comply with a changing environment. We recommend that you check the policy when you visit our site to be sure you are aware of and understand our current policy. If we make material changes to this policy or in how we will use or collect your personally identifiable information, we will prominently post such changes prior to implementing the change. We will not make retroactive changes in how we handle previously collected personal information unless legally required to do so. 

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