Family & Friends Newsletter

"A Day in the Life"


99 Hollywood Drive

Smithtown, NY 11787

Medicaid Service Coordination
Changes in Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC) for people with I/DD in New York State
PBIS - Children's Day Program
CDP’s PBIS top-of-mind awareness campaign has launched across the Huntington and Smithtown school programs.
News 12 Long Island Visit
DDI’s Adult Services Self-Advocacy Group Visits News 12 Long Island
DDI Celebrates #AutismAwareness today and every day!
Dancing for Autism
Join us for this remarkable evening of entertainment!
DDI's 2018 Annual Golf Classic
DDI School Safety Improvements
Find a Fulfilling Job at DDI

The DDI Foundation respects the privacy of our donors. We maintain the following policies to
assure our donors that their personal information will be protected and will not be shared with
any third party.
Information Collection
DDI collects, uses, and maintains the following information from donors:
Contact Information: information name, company name, job title, complete address(es),
telephone number(s), email address(es), family and school system relationships (if applicable)
Donations Information: check numbers, credit card number and expiration date, amount
donated, donor comments and suggestions, and giving history.
All credit card information is entered online through a secure page, sent to DDI and processed by
our staff. Once an online donation is submitted secure measures are in place to ensure that a
donor’s credit card information is not compromised.
Information Use
DDI will not sell, rent, or lease donor information to other organizations.
DDI will use donor information in the following ways:
 Help donors complete transactions
 Thank donors for their gifts
 Update donors about organizational activity
 Recognize donors
 Distribute gift receipts or statements
 Inform donors about upcoming events and fundraisers
 Analyze internal productivity and effectiveness
 Report to relevant federal and state agencies
 Contact donors about changes to this statement
As part of our donor recognition efforts, DDI may publicize donor names through its annual
report, newsletters, website, and promotional materials (in the case of sponsorships). Generally,
the specific gift amount will not be identified, but the donor will be recognized under the level of
giving category that is appropriate to their donation. Donors always have the option of remaining
“anonymous” when making a donation and will not be publicly recognized.
Access to Information
All access to donor information is strictly limited to DDI personnel who need to process data. No
unnecessary person, group or organization will be allowed to access such data. Board members

may be given information on the names of donors, donor history and the amount of gifts if
needed to fulfill their responsibilities as directors of the organization. All board members and
staff are required to maintain the confidentiality of donor information.
Opting Out of Mailings and Solicitations
DDI contacts donors through direct mail, e-mail, and telephone. Any donor may request that the
Foundation remove them from the DDI mailing list and/or specify the method of contact.
Contact Us
If you have questions or comments about our donor privacy policy, please contact Ellen Holmes
at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 631-366- 2978.