Is my contribution tax deductible?
A donation to ANFP-PAC, although not tax deductible, gives ANFP members a voice in Washington. Your ANFP-PAC donation will help ANFP in its mission to provide optimal safety and nutritional care to our nation’s elderly.
How is my contribution used?
Voting records and positions of prospective recipients of ANFP-PAC funds are carefully reviewed by the ANFP Legislative Committee, ANFP Chief Executive Officer, Legislative Staff Liaison, and the Legislative Counsel, who then decide how to allocate ANFP-PAC funds. Input from ANFP members who know local candidates is welcome and encouraged.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Questions regarding how to support ANFP-PAC, should be directed to Mindy Theesfeld.
ANFP-PAC could not exist without the voluntary contributions of its members. It is the one way our Association stands united in its support of pro-ANFP political candidates. It always means more to a politician if a substantial contribution is made from an organization representing thousands of members across the country. ANFP-PAC is a member service of ANFP and is only as effective as the resources contributed by members.
ANFP-PAC is an important strategic tool that can be used to promote The Safe Food for Seniors Act on Capitol Hill. It is the voice of ANFP in Washington -- its strength lies in the number of members who contribute. Stand united by making a voluntary contribution to ANFP-PAC today!
ANFP-PAC NEEDS YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT NOW!
ANFP-PAC is a committee registered with the Federal Election Committee (FEC) and a copy of the ANFP-PAC report is available upon request. Corporate contributions cannot be accepted; only personal contributions can be made to ANFP-PAC. Contributions to ANFP-PAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes.