EJI protects our donors’ confidential information. We never sell, trade, or publish a donor’s personal information.
EJI maintains confidential and privileged attorney client materials in the course of regular work. After legal matters are closed, these pleadings, transcripts, and related court documents are maintained permanently by EJI.
Financial records and financial documents are maintained for at least seven years following the fiscal year in which they were created. These records include audits, financial statements, and internal accounting reports.
Corporate records are maintained permanently. These records include Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and 501(c)3 status documents.
When paper records are destroyed all documents are shredded by a certified document management company. They provide proof of service, tracking, and certificate of destruction.
Electronic records are destroyed by a certified document management company. They provide proof of service, tracking, and certificate of destruction.
The Executive Director’s compensation is and has been limited to the cost of the Executive Director’s health insurance which is known by the Board and approved with the annual budget each year.