Information collection and use
Personal information is collected through Board of Pensions websites to administer the websites, and to provide benefits and related services and information.
The Board of Pensions also contracts with third parties to administer its plans and programs. It may share information provided with these service providers, as needed, to administer plan benefits. The Board of Pensions may also use this information in managing programs and services, and to communicate with you about other products and services provided through the Board of Pensions.
The Board of Pensions does not sell your information to third parties.
The Board of Pensions verifies your identity to protect information that it maintains about its members, their families, and their benefits, and to ensure proper administration of plan benefits.
Cookies and other tracking technologies
The ways in which the information collected may be used include the following:
- to monitor and maintain information about your visits to Board of Pensions websites
- to help the Board of Pensions identify and address problems with and improve its websites
- to analyze web traffic trends
- to help protect the security and integrity of our websites
You may set your web browser (e.g., Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari) to not accept cookies, or to notify you when you receive them so you can decide whether to accept them. You may find instructions for changing your cookies settings here:
Note: If you do not accept cookies, your experience on Board of Pensions websites may be degraded.
In addition to cookies, the Board of Pensions may use tracking technology, such as web beacons, clear GIFs, and pixel tags, for website analytics. This might include the collection of your IP address to help the Board of Pensions administer its websites and identify ways to make them more useful.
With Board of Pensions approval, third parties may collect personal information about your online activities over time and across different websites when you use Board of Pensions websites to perform certain functions on behalf of the Board of Pensions. The companies and services, such as Google Analytics, will have access to the information needed to perform their functions but cannot use that information for any other purpose. Learn how to opt out of Google Analytics. The Board of Pensions does not currently respond to web browser do-not-track signals.
The Board of Pensions may disclose your information if required by law or for the public interest, or in the best interest of the websites and in accordance with the websites’ terms and conditions.
Security, including password protection
The Board of Pensions maintains physical, administrative, and technical controls to ensure the security and confidentiality of your personal information. Access to member information is limited to those who need it to administer your benefits.
The Board of Pensions will not contact you by telephone or email seeking personal information, such as your Social Security number, provider numbers, or other identifying information. If you receive a message like this, it may be a phishing attempt. Do not click any links or call any telephone numbers provided.
To protect your information, the Board of Pensions recommends that passwords be long and complex, e.g., made up of letters, numbers, and symbols. Users are also required to use multifactor authentication, which adds a layer of protection to the sign-in process.
The Board of Pensions uses a variety of other technologies and processes to protect personal information collected on its websites. For example, such information is encrypted when transmitted.
Seasonofrebuilding.pensions.org is not intended for use by individuals under age 18. Additionally, the Board of Pensions does not solicit or collect information from individuals under 18.
To verify any voluntary information collected about you or to have your personal information removed, email the Board of Pensions or send correspondence to:
The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
2000 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103-3298
Notification of change
Updated March 30, 2023