Camp New Journey (CNJ) is a Limited Liability Corporation, incorporated in the State of California. We are a Christian ministry and we reach out to all people regardless of race, national origin, sex, disability or ancestry.
Why do we require your personally identifiable information (PII)?
CNJ collects uses and shares your personally identifiable information for organizational purposes of administering camp services for campers and/or their parents/legal guardians. We collect PII when you register to attend a camp through our website or brochures; we collect your pertinent medical information when enrolling in camps to ensure we have the necessary information to support your medical care during normal camp operations or during an emergency. We may also use images and video recordings of campers taken during each camp for the purposes of education and promoting the camp.
What PII does CNJ require, use and share?
CNJ and its camp personnel require PII to run the camp’s day to day operations. These operations include, but are not explicitly limited to the following activities and associated information collection: Camper registration and related administration services Camper names, first and last Parent/guardian names, first and last Camper age/date of birth Camper mailing and electronic mailing addresses Camper and parent/guardian phone numbers.
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