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     Wild Willpower PAC is registered with the IRS as a 527 tax exempt political organizationContributions of money and other property, as well as proceeds from the sale of political campaign materials (including Homesteading Starter Kits), and proceeds from political fundraising and entertainment events, are tax exempt [1] due to the fact that such income is utilized to directly and/or indirectly attempt to influence the selection, nomination, election, or appointment of individual(s) to federal, state, and local public offices, and to offices in political organizations. [2]   We maintain a general policy that we will not indorse or advocate on behalf of any candidate who does not openly support Wild Willpower’s national plan.  If you have suggestions  to help improve the plan, please contact Distance@WildWillpower.org.  We look forward to hearing from you!

      As of 3-22-2018, we are currently in the process of:

     To help support our continuing efforts, please email Distance@WildWillpower.org with your preferred method of payment and if you’d like to become a regular sponsor.  We look forward to working with you.

Some Ways to Support:

Our Fundraiser on CrowdPAC

Contribute via Venmo or Paypal:

Some Needed Resources Include:

  • Renovation materials to fix up our home base in Marin County, California, from where we’ll continue our work.

  • Vehicle repairs and maintenance.

  • Outdoor survival equipment.

Is Contributing To Wild Willpower Tax Deductible?

     Not at this time.  We will soon register our “Civil PAC” (Political Action Committee) with The Federal Elections Committee (FEC).  We are currently accepting contributions in accordance with Buckley v. Valeo as we are performing fulltime vital First Amendment activity.  We’ll provide our FEC# asap. 

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References:

[1]: IRS, Exempt Function Income of Political Organizations”https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/political-organizations/exempt-function-income-of-political-organizations-1

[2]: IRS, “Exempt Function – Political Organization”https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/political-organizations/exempt-function-political-organization

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