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 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.