LifeLegacy was designed to make it easy for people and organizations to create a lasting legacy using life insurance, wills, and more estate planning tools. As part of that mission, LifeLegacy takes your privacy seriously. We share a commitment to protect your privacy and the confidentiality of your personal and financial information.
As providers of products and services that involve compiling personal – and sometimes sensitive – information, protecting the confidentiality of that information has been, and will continue to be, a top priority for LifeLegacy. Whether you are a current customer, former customer, or potential customer, we believe that you should know about the information we collect, the measures we take to safeguard it, and the times we share information with select nonprofit partners with your consent.
All communication is secured from your browser to our service with SSL-encryption (2048 bit certificates).
All personally identifiable data stored in our databases is encrypted using AES-256 encryption and any files uploaded to LifeLegacy servers are encrypted using AES-256 encryption.
We believe data privacy is paramount and as such we never share or sell your information with any third party. We are committed to only sharing basic donor information (name, gender, state, email address, and size of gift), with your explicit consent/opt-in, to the nonprofit you select in your estate plan. All users can opt-out of sharing basic information to the nonprofit(s) regarding their charitable gift and remain anonymous.
In each of our products for social good (Last Will and Testament, Life Insurance, and Beneficiary Designation) we ask each user if they would like information regarding their charitable gift to be shared with the nonprofit they have selected. If a user opts into sharing, we will share basic information regarding their pledged charitable gift with the selected nonprofit. This basic information consists solely of the donor’s name, state, and the size of the charitable gift. If a user would not like this information to be shared, they can choose for this information not to be shared and they will remain anonymous.
Currently, we live in a world of fragmented estate planning that’s almost entirely disconnected from planned giving. For example, the information about a planned gift in a will is rarely ever shared with a nonprofit, which means nonprofits have little, if any, information to forecast planned gifts or nurture current relationships with donors leaving a planned gift. Here at LifeLegacy, we’re aiming to solve this by combining the largest elements of estate planning with a philanthropic focus on planned giving. Through our online will and life insurance for social good, we hope to illuminate the planned giving industry and make philanthropy affordable, easy, and accessible to all individuals.
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