The Salvation Army of Lexington's LemonAiD fundraising registration was hacked, the organization said Friday in a news release.
Money raised by the volunteer lemonade stands, both on the ground and at virtual lemonade stands online, help homeless families.
The campaign runs from Friday through July 30.
The news release Friday said Salvation Army staff noticed the lack of LemonAiD registrations in early June. The organization later determined that the website had been hacked.
No financial information was at risk. Information at risk included the name, mailing address, email address and phone number of the adult completing the form, according to the Salvation Army news release.
The Salvation Army asks that those who registered before June 12 re-register. That can be done at the website, Lemonaiddays.org, in person at the Whitaker Banks in Lexington and Georgetown, or at the Salvation Army at 736 West Main Street.
In the LemonAiD campaign, parents obtain registration materials, provide lemonade stand supplies and donate the proceeds to the The Salvation Army's Emergency Homeless Shelter, which houses homeless families.