Q: Is TCA a non-profit?
A: Yes, the Taiko Community Alliance received approval from the IRS, granting TCA tax-exempt, 501c3 status as of our creation in 10/12/2012.
Q: Are my membership fees and donation tax-deductible?
A: All membership fees and donations are tax-deductible to the amount allowable by law. You will receive a thank you letter, including TCA’s tax ID number, that you can use as your official tax receipt.
Q: How can I make a monetary donation to TCA?
A: Simply click on our donation page. You can make a donation via Paypal, or make a pledge to mail a check to TCA. Directions are included on the donation page. Thank you for your interest in supporting TCA.
Q: I’m not receiving TCA Newsletters. How can I be sure I receive them?
A: Some email newsletters might be sent to spam folders or may be sent to trash due to email filters. Please check your folders and filters and adjust settings to allow email@example.com to send emails to your inbox. If you are not receiving TCA newsletters and would like to sign up for them, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be added to our email list.
Q: What will my donations and membership fees support?
A: Donations and membership support TCA, including, but not limited to software fees and licenses; TCA programming such as NATC, webinars, and Taiko Census; and contractors who provide NATC coordination, website support, Salesforce consulting, program and operations consulting.
Q: How can I get involved in TCA activities?
A: The success of TCA depends on the energy of its volunteers. TCA working committees handling various aspects of TCA’s operations. If you are interested in serving on a working committee, please email email@example.com. To learn more about NATC and volunteer opportunities, please visit our NATC page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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