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The National Federation of Republican Women was founded by principled Republican activists who fought tirelessly to give women the right to vote. Today, we must continue in their legacy by empowering and engaging more Republican women voters, grassroots activists, and conservative leaders throughout our great nation.
Donating to the National Federation of Republican Women reflects not only your genuine commitment to our cause both personally and financially, but also will make a lasting impact on the future of our organization.
There are many different ways to donate to the NFRW, which include donating in your lifetime, or leaving a bequest to the NFRW in your will. For more information on leaving the National Pathfinders Fund’s Scholarship or Internship Programs in your estate, please consult our Ways To Give and Estate Planning and Bequests sections.
We gratefully accept publicly traded securities, such as stocks and bonds, retirement plans, IRAs, or life insurance. We encourage you to consult with your tax planning and financial professionals to tailor a plan which best suits your goals.
There are two primary ways to give:
- A tax-deductible donation to the National Pathfinders Fund’s Scholarship or Internship programs. You may give an unrestricted gift to the National Pathfinders Fund, or a restricted gift to specifically benefit the Dorothy Andrews Kabis Memorial Internship, the Betty Rendel Scholarship or the National Pathfinder Scholarship. Donating to these programs is an investment in future generations of female Republican leaders.
- A non-deductible donation to the NFRW’s unrestricted General Fund. This fund provides for current expenses, and is critical in supporting the daily operations of the NFRW. Your donation will have an immediate impact, and help the NFRW fund its vital mission, electing strong Republican women to office, and promoting conservative initiatives.
You may also consider making a non-deductible restricted donation to specifically benefit the Marion Martin Building Fund, which helps maintain and preserve the Federation’s historic National Headquarters, or the Federation Trust which helps state federations and local clubs fund programs which directly impact the mission and objectives of the organization.
However you decide to give, we thank you!
The National Federation of Republican women does not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction. We do not warrant that any information contained in or made available through this website is accurate, complete, reliable, current or error-free. We assume no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the content of this website or such other materials or communications. Donations to the Pathfinder Inc. Pathfinder Scholarship, Pathfinder Inc. Betty Rendel Scholarship, and Pathfinder Inc. Dorothy Kabis Internship, are deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Tax-deductible contributions to the National Pathfinders’ Fund scholarships and internship are used to fund those scholarships and internship programs within the sole discretion of the National Pathfinders’ Fund. Non-deductible contributions to the NFRW’s Marion Martin Building Fund, the general fund, and/or the Federation Trust will be spent on the specific fund as the NFRW determines within its sole discretion unless otherwise stated by the donor. Contributions or gifts to the NFRW are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. The NFRW does not accept contributions earmarked for any candidate or other committee. Contributions are used to fund all NFRW programs and will be spent as the NFRW determines, within its sole discretion, unless otherwise stated by donor.