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General Questions
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» How is your organization funded?
» Are my donations tax deductible?
» When will I receive my annual tax receipt statement?
» How can I regularly track with SaveCalifornia.com on moral and family issues?
» What are the benefits of being an independent entity and voice?

Answers to Your General Questions

Q: c How is your organization funded?
A:   We are mostly sustained by one-time gifts and monthly pledges from individuals who care and believe in our moral virtues mission on behalf of children and families. Businesses and churches are more than welcome to donate. There is no legal limit to size or frequency of your donations. And we receive no government funding or grants. So every gift goes far in making an impact for good!

Q:   Are my donations tax deductible?
A:   Yes. SaveCalifornia.com is a part of Campaign for Children and Families, a 501(c)(3) organization. That makes your donation of any size tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. You can donate online or by check, payable to: SaveCalifornia.com. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 511, Sacramento, CA 95812.

Q:   When will I receive my annual tax receipt statement?
A:   By January 31 of each year you will receive your annual tax receipt statement. This statement reflects your total tax deductible gifts for the previous year. Throughout the year, thank you letters are sent to supporters, acknowledging your most recent gift.

Q:   How can I regularly track with SaveCalifornia.com in your Campaign for Children and Families on moral issues impacting families?
A:   Sign up for free on our Subscription page for Email, Facebook, Twitter, RSS and more.

Q:   What are the benefits of you being an independent entity and independent voice for family values issues?
A:   Pro-family diversity allows voices from multiple groups to powerfully impact the hearts and minds of average people, and to reach even more people. Being an independent organization also avoids the temptation of becoming a vassal of a national organization that can force principle to be watered down (yes, this does happen). Non-affiliation provides greater opportunity to maintain and improve pro-family principles, and brings accountability to the pro-family community as a whole. Generally speaking, the more good pro-family organizations, the better, because it means our side is growing and reaching more people.