Terms & Conditions governing the use of www.nativeegg.org

The Native Egg Project

The Native Egg Project, its employees, contractors, agents, vendors or affiliates (collectively known as us, we and our) are covered by these terms and condition statements as the relate to “you” our website visitor / donor / missionary.


At The Native Egg Project, we respect the privacy of our website visitors and created a policy to show our firm commitment to your privacy and the protection of your information. The following online privacy policy applies to information that we collect when you visit this website (nativeegg.org) as well as our online donation forms provided by our donation processing partners.


Generally, we collect two types of data: 1) Anonymous and 2) Personally Identifiable data.


Like many Web Sites, The Native Egg Project uses a technology called “cookies”. A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your browser via a web server, and is stored on your computer when you access a website. Native Egg uses cookies to collect anonymous, non-personally identifiable data.  We use this data primarily to assess how visitors use our website, which helps us make decisions on improvements. Cookies also let us know how visitors find our website, such as through a search engine or link from another site, which helps us measure the effectiveness of our marketing efforts. While this is not an exhaustive list of cookie uses, in all cases Native Egg Project will not use cookies to collect personally identifiable information from our site unless you voluntarily agree to enter the information.


The Native Egg Project never collects personally identifiable information on our website without your consent. The only personally identifiable information that we collect is information that you voluntarily enter on our website, or within the account/donation forms of our 3rd party providers. Information we collect may include, but is not limited to, name, address, city, state, ZIP/postal code, telephone number, e-mail address. In order to continuously improve our service and meet your needs we may also ask you to provide information specific to your organization.The Native Egg Project uses this information primarily to communicate with you, and to provide you with better service. For example, the information may be used to complete a transaction or communicate with you through mailings and email. We also provide you with the opportunity to remove your name from our mailings/email lists, if you desire to do so (see corresponding section below).


The Native Egg Project never sells, rents, leases or exchanges your personal information to other organizations for their own use.


As a convenience to our visitors, The Native Egg Project website may contain links to other sites that we believe may offer useful information. The privacy policy and provisions described here do not apply to those sites. We suggest contacting those sites directly for information on their data collection and distribution policies.


You may unsubscribe from our mailing and email lists at any time. To no longer receive communication through the mail, please write and send your request to 301 S. Canyonwood Drive | Dripping Springs, TX 78620. To unsubscribe from our email lists, simply click the “manage your subscription” link at the bottom of any informational email received from Native Egg.


The Native Egg Project is a social causes non-profit of Urban Coop Company and as such shares information with Urban Coop Company back and forth for donation marketing reasons. You may have been contacted by The Native Egg Project because of your opting into communications with Urban Coop Company.

The Native Egg Project is a registered non-profit dba of K-12 Cannan and a member of the K12 Canaan initiative.


It is the policy of The Native Egg Project to assist others both logistically and when possible financially to place its Small-Flock Egg Farms in places that they wish to support.  It is not the policy of Native Egg to make recommendations to missionaries on matters regarding CDC shot requirements, safety issues or other “personal responsibility” issues regarding a destination that someone is travelling to. We will of course assist in any way we can answering any and all questions but it is the ultimate responsibility of the traveler to asses and prepare for risks on their own.


Your donation to The Native Egg Project will be used for the purpose it was promoted in accordance with laws governed by the State of Texas.  The Native Egg Project is registered as a Texas Non-Profit Corporation with Federal 501 (c) (3) status.  Your lawyer or accountant can provide you detailed information as to the amounts and types of tax deductions a charity such as The Native Egg Project will afford you. We will provide you a deduction receipt with all of the needed details of your donation.