To the best of our ability, each and every external source is cited and credited in accordance with Intellectual Property Rights Laws. Credits of individual images will be provided as captions and will be as accurate and up to date as possible.
Red Umbrella Fund will respond promptly to any copyright owner, or those authorized by one, of any claims of infringement done on our part.
If at all you find any content published by Red Umbrella Fund which you believe infringes on your rights, please notify us. Please provide the necessary information, including: the published work which you claim has been infringed and the URL of the link where the original copyrighted work has been published.
Red Umbrella Fund has developed to be compatible with accessibility tools using the most up-to-date technology available at the time of its development. Accessibility needs vary widely and may not meet all the needs for each person. If any additional accessibility needs are required to use the website please contact Red Umbrella Fund.
Red Umbrella Fund’s environmental impact is guided by the practices and policies of our host organisation Mama Cash. Mama Cash, and by extension Red Umbrella Fund, abides by the following Environmental Sustainability Principles (adopted in 2015):
- Reduce energy consumption.
- Reduce, recycle, and re-use products.
- Include in our selection criteria for suppliers their performance on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), including respect for labour rights, environmental impact/ concern, including animal welfare, and, if applicable, the advancement of women’s, girls’, and trans and intersex people’s economic participation/ independence.
- Create internal and external awareness of and commitment to implementing our Environmental Sustainability Principles.
Environmental impact including the sustainability of IT and network hosting systems is being evaluated in 2022 and 2023 for further improvements.