Operational Policies

This section contains the Operational Policies of the organization.


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  • 7000-100 Privacy and Security Policy and Terms of Use
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    7000-100: SPECIAL OLYMPICS ONTARIO PRIVACY AND SECURITY POLICY & TERMS OF USE Thank you for reviewing the following information concerning the Special Olympics Ontario Inc. (the Charity) Privacy and Security Policy and Terms of Use (the Policy). This Policy explains the current information management practices of the Charity relative to our websites www.specialolympicsontario.com, www.torchrunontario.com, and www.sohigh5.com (the Sites) and all other communications in which personal information is collected, used or disclosed by the Charity.
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  • 7000-103 Online Fundraising
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    7000-103: ONLINE FUNDRAISING Special Olympics Ontario recognizes that Online Fundraising has become a very successful and convenient method of fundraising for communities and volunteers for various programs and events. To assist communities and volunteers SOO has created customized pages for every community using the Frontstream (previously known as Artez Interactive) fundraising platform.
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  • 7000-104 Conflict of Interest - Volunteers
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    7000-104 Conflict of Interest – Volunteers     Purpose: All Volunteers must at all times ensure that they are acting in the best interest of the incorporated charity and our mission purpose that Special Olympics Ontario is dedicated to providing sport and competition opportunities for people with an intellectual disability.
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  • 7000-101: Special Olympics Ontario AODA Accessibility Standard Policy
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    7000-101: Special Olympics Ontario AODA Accessibility Standard Policy   1. Introduction Special Olympics Ontario supports the full inclusion of persons with disabilities as set out in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Ontario Human Rights Code, the Ontarians with Disabilities Act (ODA), 2001 and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005.
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  • 7000-102: Use Of Service Dog
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    7000-102: Use of a service dog   Special Olympics Ontario welcomes the use of trained Service Dogs at all sanctioned events and activities. A Service Dog is defined as a dog that has completed a training program though an accredited Assistance Dog organization.
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