The Homeland Institute is based in the United States. It is classified by the US Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt educational corporation. Donations to the Homeland Institute are deductible from US federal income taxes.
There are several ways to help out.
If you are in the United States, eChecks are the most commonly used:
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Make checks and money orders payable to the Homeland Institute and mail them to:
The Homeland Institute
PO Box 191
Hancock, MD 21750
Since crypto currency transfers are anonymous, please email [email protected] so you can receive a tax receipt.
You can make completely anonymous donations, if you wish, but you can’t claim a tax deduction for them.
The names of those who donate $5,000 and above are shared with the US Internal Revenue Service. They are not, however, publicly available.
If you want to keep large gifts anonymous, you can use a Donor Advised Fund. If you open a Donor Advised Fund, the fund will make tax-deductible donations for you but will not reveal your name to the Homeland Institute or the recipient of your donation to the IRS. For more details, please email David Zsutty at [email protected].
If you have any questions or suggestions regarding donations to the Homeland Institute, please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected].
Thank you for your support.