List Exchange Policy
The trust of Prairie Public’s members and of the public at large is a high priority for Prairie Public, and our policy on use of membership lists reflects the belief that we are a public service accountable to the public.
Prairie Public will not sell its donor lists at any time, and will exchange them only with non-profit groups under the stipulations outlined below. At no time and under no circumstances will Prairie Public trade, sell, exchange or otherwise make its membership lists available to political parties, campaigns or political action groups. Nor will Prairie Public buy or otherwise secure lists from such groups.
- Members of Prairie Public will be regularly informed of their right to remove their name from lists to be exchanged and such requests will be promptly honored.
- Prairie Public will control the exchange of any lists by dealing directly with the non-profit organization or by securing the written agreement of any third-party broker to adhere to Prairie Public’s policy on this matter.
- Lists may be exchanged for a one-time use only and may not be used for any other purpose, including telemarketing (phone solicitation). No information will be shared about members’ giving history.
- Prairie Public has shared names for one-time use with a limited number of non-profit organizations. Such list exchanges are standard fundraising practices and reduce the cost of enrolling new members.
If you are a member and wish to eliminate your name from such exchanges, or if you have any questions, feel free to contact Prairie Public Broadcasting at email@example.com or at 800-359-6900.