Legal & Financial

 CORONEL-ENDAYA FOUNDATION 

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Coronel-Endaya Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation registered under the California Secretary of State with Entity Number C4623747 and the State of California Department of Justice, Attorney General's Registry of Charitable Trusts (State Charity Number CT0272630). It is tax-exempt under the State of California Franchise Tax Board as well as federally tax-exempt under the United States of America Internal Revenue Service with Employer Identification Number (EIN) 85-2466613.

To view detailed financial statements and disclosures, please feel free to visit the California Secretary of State Business Search and/or the United States of America Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service's Tax Exempt Organization Search Database.

Books and Branch

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Special Thanks to

Attorney Matias Montillano for his kindness, time, and advice.

Matias Montillano, J.D.

Juris Doctor, Law

DATA PRIVACY POLICY

 PRIVACY STATEMENT

Your privacy is important to the Coronel-Endaya Foundation. This privacy statement provides information about the personal data we collect from and how we use it.

 PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTION

We collect the following personal information from you when you manually or electronically submit to us your contact details for donation or application to one of our programs: Full name, Address, Email, Contact Numbers.

USING PERSONAL INFORMATION

We use the collected personal information you provide us to send you announcements, news, and updates from the Coronel-Endaya Foundation. If you correspond to us by email, we may retain your email-address, the content of your e-mail and our responses. We also use this data to monitor our website activity. We do not share or sell your personal information with any third parties.

SECURITY

Only authorized Coronel-Endaya Foundation personnel has access to this personal information and will be in our secured servers. Your personal information will be destroyed after ten years from the date we received it. Physical records shall be disposed of through shredding, while digital files shall be erased or made anonymous.