A: The National Police Support Fund is a grassroots nonprofit political organization founded in 2017 under Section 527 of the IRS tax code. Our mission is to promote the interests of our nation’s police officers within our nation’s political and public policy process.
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A: A 527 political organization is a party committee, association, fund, or other organization organized and operated primarily for the purpose of directly or indirectly accepting contributions or making expenditures for an exempt function.
In the case of National Police Support Fund, we accept contributions and make expenditures in order to influence the selection, nomination, election, or appointment of candidates to federal, state, and local offices.
For more information, please refer to the IRS definition of Political Organization.
A: We engage in activities aimed at supporting our law enforcement officers and standing up for their rights and values throughout the political process. This includes marketing and outreach to supporters and communities, grassroots political efforts, and digital marketing efforts. We use the funds raised from these activities to support elected officials, candidates, and organizations whose goals and values align with our own.
A: Our outreach team provides peerless service to our supporters. If you have any questions regarding our outreach programs, please call (866) 487-4515 to reach our information desk. Alternatively, feel free to email us at email@example.com.
A: Donations made to 527 political organizations are not tax-deductible.
A: If you require assistance, please contact your local law enforcement agency.
A: Please refer all requests for law enforcement assistance to your local agency or department.
A: National Police Support Fund is not affiliated with any state or local police agencies. Please direct any questions through your local agency.
A: National Police Support Fund is a grassroots organization led by activists committed to supporting law enforcement officers across the country. You can read more about our leadership here.
A: All of of our organization’s tax information is available to the public via search on the IRS website.
A:National Police Support Fund is a political nonprofit, not a charity.