Denver Seminary and Your Data

Denver Seminary and Your Data

When you make a donation to Denver Seminary, you are trusting us with your personal and financial information. Your trust is very important to us and the security of your data is a top priority. Please take a moment to learn the protocols we have in place to ensure your security.

  • Denver Seminary never sells or trades any of your data, including name, email address, phone number, or home address. You may hear of other ministries and nonprofits trading information with one another. We do not and will not ever participate in that practice.
  • We use a third-party vendor to manage and protect our donors’ personal information. Our vendor actively protects your data from cyber-attacks. We regularly communicate with them about any security concerns and are committed to keeping you informed. If we ever are notified of a security breach that compromises data such as banking information, social security number, or credit card numbers, we will contact you as soon as possible.
  • Denver Seminary follows industry best practices and regulatory recommendations when protecting its systems and software. Even so, we do not keep donors’ financial information in our internal systems.

We are committed to protecting your privacy as a donor to Denver Seminary. If you have questions or concerns about the security of your data, please contact Chris Johnson, Vice President of Advancement, at or 303.762.6924. 

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