Tax Deductible Contributions
- Online: Give a one-time or recurring monthly, quarterly, or annual donation through RESIST and it will be tax deductible the extent the law provides. To ensure your donation gets to us, on the donation page, in the box labeled “Do you have any additional comments for RESIST?”, tell them the donation is for NWTRCC. Please also send an email to NWTRCC to let us know that you are pledging through RESIST.
- By Mail: Contributions by check or money order, for $50 or more, made out to ROSC (Resources for Organizing and Social Change), are tax deductible to the extent the law provides. Send your check to NWTRCC, PO Box 150553, Brooklyn, NY 11215. We will forward it to ROSC.
By Mail (not tax deductible)
We welcome checks or money orders payable to NWTRCC in U.S. dollars. Mail to National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee, PO Box 150553, Brooklyn, NY 11215
NWTRCC accepts bequests, which can be arranged through your will or other estate plan.
Simply name NWTRCC as the beneficiary of a portion of your estate or of particular assets in your estate, or contact the NWTRCC office for arranging a bequest through one of our 501c3 fiscal sponsors. A bequest costs nothing now, yet it may give you great satisfaction to know that your gift will live on in NWTRCC. More information: (800) 269-7464 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Latest fundraising letter, from Lauren von Bernuth — “Greetings new friends and fellow war tax resisters! First I would like to say thank you so much for welcoming two newbies into the war tax resistance movement!… Finding a whole community, especially one so organized and supportive, is what really made us able to take that last step and dedicate ourselves to the war tax resistance movement.”
- Previous fundraising letter, from Sam Koplinka-Loehr — “We are organizing! After years in the making, I am excited to announce that the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee (NWTRCC) has a new field organizer and outreach consultant. Even more exciting, it’s me! I grew up in a family of war tax resisters and political organizers. In middle school, I went to my first protests against the war in Iraq, and have been an activist and war tax resister ever since…”
- Previous fundraising letter, from Matthew Hoh — “This will be my second year as a war tax resister. Although I have been active in the antiwar and peace movement since 2009, it was only last year I was intellectually honest and morally courageous enough to live the words ‘If you work for peace, stop paying for war…’” read more
- Recent NWTRCC Annual Reports
- Why support NWTRCC?
Your donations help NWTRCC continue…
- answering questions on the hotline, (800) 269-7464
- sharing stories of war tax resisters in the newsletter Refusing to Pay for War
- responding to questions and inquires through email and postal mail
- updating resources in print and on the website
- reviewing our strategy based on member survey responses, toward decisions at our fall gathering
- promoting refusal to pay for war through social media
- holding two gatherings each year around the country
- tabling at events and conferences, including School of the Americas Watch, Veterans for Peace annual convention, US Social Forum, and more.
If you would like more information about NWTRCC’s finances, see our recent annual reports. Please contact us with your questions, comments, and ideas.