If you believe that women’s rights are worth fighting for and you like that we’re doing that, then throw in so we can keep going!
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How much should you give? Well, how much can you spare and how much do you think this issue is worth? Give that much and know that it will help, we will spend it on the fight, and we will be very grateful for your support.
Every donation we get counts. Whether you can donate $5 or $5,000, it all makes a difference. The money you give will be spent on projects that do more than just fight back — we will get out in front of the issue in a fast, modern way that empowers women.
Monthly donations are one of the best ways to make sure we can spend our time working rather than fundraising. If we know that we can count on your donation every month, we can plan our budget better and spend that much less time working the phones to ask for money, and that much more time fighting the fight. Every monthly commitment donation is helpful. Your account will be billed the same amount each month on this day for one year.
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P.O. Box 480519
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Contributions to People Organizing for Women’s Rights Super PAC are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Contributions from foreign nationals, foreign corporations, federal government contractors, and national banks are prohibited. People Organizing for Women’s Rights Super PAC is registered with the Federal Election Commission as an independent expenditure committee. Accordingly, we may accept unlimited contributions from individuals, corporations, and other organizations. Your contribution is not subject to FEC limits. People Organizing for Women’s Rights PAC makes only independent expenditures in connection with federal elections, and it does not make contributions to, or coordinate its spending with, any candidates or political parties. By law, People Organizing for Women’s Rights PAC is required to use its best efforts to obtain and report the name, mailing address, occupation and employer of each contributor who donates over $200.