Free Markets Create
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The time is now to engage and influence young people in how free markets create. Your 100% tax-deductible donation today will change lives tomorrow.
More ways to give and additional details below.
More ways to give:
1. Make a 100% tax-deductible donation online now! (See above)
2. Give via the mail. Make your check out to Washington Policy Center and mail to P.O. Box 3643, Seattle WA 98124
3. Donate from your IRA:
- Meet the QCD requirements
- Satisfy required minimum distributions
- Calculate your QCD tax break
- Set up a direct transfer to Washington Policy Center
4. Gift a gift of stock. You can contact your broker and provide them with the following information to send the funds:
Gary Pratt, Broker
Attn: Kent Ryland
601 108th Ave N.E. Ste 2000
Bellevue, WA 98004
DTC Number - 0221
Account Number - KX 21458
Washington Policy Center Tax ID Number - 91-1752769
Tax ID #: 91-1752769
WPC is an independent organization and does not receive government funding. Our work is funded solely through tax-deductible gifts from private companies, foundations, and individuals. WPC is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
For questions, or to discuss the campaign further, contact WPC’s Development Director, Kay Donahue
at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 937-9691
Nationwide, the ideals of free-markets and capitalism are losing ground with younger generations. We are seeing a trend toward increased government presence and socialist thinking – but it is not irreversible. How can we convince younger generations that Free Markets Create? By showing them a fresh, bold and unexpected take on free markets.
In 2020, Washington Policy Center will go on the offense by launching a sustained marketing campaign and digital outreach, potentially reaching 1.5 million of our state’s youngest voters with a unique, powerful message. Through this message of truth and perspective, we will awaken their appreciation for free markets and optimism for the challenges market approaches can overcome. It will also generate skepticism of socialism’s ability to deliver on its promises and warn them of the restrictions on individual freedom and opportunity that go hand in hand with socialist models.
It is an effort which we believe will lead them to become more favorable toward and open to free market thinking and question the intrigue of socialism.