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As a 501(c)(3)* qualified tax-exempt organization, your contributions to are fully tax deductible for federal income tax purposes, subject to appropriate limitations. You can help us achieve our goals by taking advantage of the tax savings available to you through your financial support of our organization. does not accept any funding from the Federal Government. We do not, as a practice, apply or accept money from the popular foundations, think tanks or advocacy groups. operates exclusively on contributions from the general public. It is because of this that we are beholden to the citizenry and not a special interest group or government grant agency.

Whether itís an individual contribution or building into your corporate financial structure, the options remain the same, you can pay taxes to the federal government and hope Congress spends it wisely, or you can affect that amount by contributing to with a guarantee it is going to help preserve our American Heritage.

Donations and contributions to are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Upon receiving your donation or contribution you will a) be issued an email confirmation letter which you can use as a receipt for your taxes if you donated on-line, b) receive a receipt letter via the USPS which you can use as a receipt for your taxes if you donated by the USPS.

Checks can be mailed to:, 299 Randolph Ave., PO Box 614, Cape Charles, VA, 23310

* - Due to either an IRS oversight or nefarious deeds committed by partisans in the IRS Exempt Organization Division, committed in August of 2013,'s 501c3 tax-exempt status has been corrupted; "automatically revoked for non-990 report compliance." The fact of the matter is this. The original IRS determination dated March of 2006 identifies our tax-exempt status as not requiring to file a Form 990 (see Determination Letter here). Our organization is currently engaged with the IRS to have our status reinstated. All contributions made to will still be eligible for tax-exemption as upon re-instatement the tax-exempt status is retroactive to the termination date.

Revenue History Overall Expenditure Breakdown

$50,000 in annual revenues constitutes the organization being fully funded

No payroll is issued until three-quarters of the annual budget is fully funded

2014 Revenue Raised: 1%
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Additionally, you can help to support simply by using the search engine GoodSearch. GoodSearch is a search engine which donates 50 percent of its revenue to the charities and schools designated by its users. It's a simple and compelling concept. You use GoodSerach exactly as you would any other search engine and it is powered by Yahoo! so you get proven search results. The money GoodSearch donates to your cause comes from its advertisers ó the users and the organizations do not spend a dime! When first enter the GoodSearch website, designate "" as your cause. From that point forward, each time you search you will be supporting

In-Kind Contributions, accepts in-kind contributions for materials and services needed to achieve the goals of our organization. To find out more about the types of in-kind contributions that needs you can email us by clicking here. To access an in-kind contribution application forum click here. For more information on how your corporation can get involved contact Frank Salvato, Executive for
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Corporate donors to, become members at the Executive Membership level . They receive special invitations to public and private events, and sponsorship branding on event materials. Corporate membership donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Corporate sponsors are also granted membership into the New Sons of Liberty Society. For information on how your corporation can get involved contact Frank Salvato, Executive for
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Many foundations are guided by similar principles and wish to support honest, effective grassroots patriotism.'s welcomes the support of foundations and extends the opportunity to become more involved in's mission to educate the American public while promoting the preservation of our American Heritage. Foundation partners are also granted membership into the New Sons of Liberty Society. For information on how your foundation can get involved contact Frank Salvato, Executive for
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Bequests - There are way that you can support the organizations you believe in without jeopardizing your personal financial security. One easy way is by making a bequest in your will that specifies the dollar amount or a percentage of your estate to benefit Further establish your legacy as a patriotic American by making a gift in your will to For further information on how you can make a bequest to contact Frank Salvato, Executive for

Life Insurance - Many people today use life insurance as a way to make significant gifts to their favorite charitable and non-profit organizations. We often find that these gifts can be significant, low cost and that they most often receive favorable tax treatment. For further information on how you can include in your life insurance arrangements contact Frank Salvato, Executive for

Retirement Assets - Retirement assets may be expensive for your heirs to inherit. Naming as the beneficiary or percentage beneficiary of your retirement fund may provide a significant  tax savings to your estate. For further information on how you can include as a beneficiary to your retirement assets contact Frank Salvato, Executive for is a non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)(3) research and educational initiative. Opinions expressed by those not directly affiliated with are expressly their own. Responsibility for the accuracy of cited content is expressly that of the contributing author. may or may not agree with opinions and/or content presented unless expressly cited. All content offered by is copyrighted. BasicsProject.orgís goal is the liberation of the American voter from partisan politics and special interests in government through the primary-source, fact-based education of the American people. © 2005-2013
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