Privacy policy

What information do we ask for and how do we use it?

At Aloha Hospice, we request information from our clients to improve the experience and communication of products, services, and promotions. We collect data such as your name, email, and address, which you provide us when you register on our site, submit an online form, or donate. For security reasons, we do not request information about your payment methods directly and it remains private between you and our providers of electronic payment systems. 

At Aloha Hospice we can use the information collected online to process and complete your request. We also use email addresses in various places within the site, to send email communications related to your request. In addition, we keep a record of your form submissions and anything else that allows us to improve and personalize your experience. We also monitor the site for traffic patterns to improve its design and the services we offer.  At Aloha Hospice we recognize that we must use your information responsibly. 

To give you a better service, we can cross-check the information you give us through various means such as our site and our social networks. We could also cross this data with public information or with some allied or subsidiary establishments. By crossing this information we will be able to make you a better communication about our services, events, promotions, or personalizing your experience. 

Your personal data will not be rented or sold for any reason, but it could be shared when you participate in a service that is carried out with any other company with which we have partnered to do so that may be of interest to you.


When placing an order with us, we want you to feel confident that your personal information and credit card details are completely safe. At, in order to provide maximum security to the payment system, we use SECURE PAYMENT systems of leading financial institutions in electronic commerce. In this sense, the confidential data of the payment are transmitted directly and in encrypted form to the corresponding financial institution. 

Any additional questions in this regard, write to and it will be gladly answered.