When Feed The Poor Foundation requests confidential information (such as credit card numbers) on Feed The Poor Foundation’s website, we use a certified and encrypted technology called Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). This technology has proven itself over the years to be safe. It’s actually proven to be safer than using your credit card at stores. You will know you’re on a secure page, because the web address will begin with “https://” rather than “http://” You may also receive a message and/or see a lock symbol to let you know you are on a secure page. If you’re not on a secure page, you’ll be notified with an error message.

This is how it works when you give information on a secure page:

Your information is encrypted at your browser on these safe pages.
It is then sent over the public Internet in encrypted form.
Then tokenized to permanently remove access to your credit card in our database.
Feed The Poor Foundation adheres to the PCI Security Standards.

Feed The Poor Foundation goes to great lengths to protect the confidentiality and integrity of
any personal information you share with us over the Internet.

If you have any questions about our Web security procedures, please email

Follow this LINK for a thorough explanation about online security.

Fraud Alert
Feed The Poor Foundation values the support of its donors, who give generously to help those
in need. Unfortunately, criminals sometimes prey on that generosity. We are aware that
criminals overseas created a website to look like other nonprofit Websites, in order to collect
private information from those wanting to help the poor and families in need. Other charities —
as well as banks, corporations have been targeted by similar schemes.

We want to protect our donors from such scams. Before you provide any information online, be
sure you know it’s Feed The Poor Foundation of America with our logo. Here are some tips you
can use to protect yourself:

The website for Feed The Poor Foundation in the United States is www.feedthepoor.world or
URL that we registered to protect FTP is www.feedthepoorfoundation.org .We have taken every
step to protect the private information of our donors.
The World Feed The Poor Day domain name was also registered as
www.worldfeedthepoorday.org to avoid scammers taking advantage of the global event.
Other URL we own are: www.ftptv.org www.ftptv.net www.ftptravel.org www.ftpshop.org for the
sake of offering other services and products to the public
Simply watch out for our logo on the website.

If you have any doubt, type www.feedthepoor.world directly into your browser.
If you have any questions, please call us at 855-WFT-POOR, (855-938-7667) or email at