During its first twenty years of existence, all work performed on behalf of the International Food Security Treaty has been performed pro bono, with no donated funds going to salaries for anyone. While that is likely to change as the organization grows in the years ahead, donors should know that the boards of both IFST corporations are committed to ensuring that donated funds are used wisely and efficiently.
With or without paid staff, advancing the IFST carries expenses and the financial support of generous and idealistic members of the public is vital to the to the Treaty’s success. All contributions, no matter how large or small, make a real difference to the fortunes of this Treaty.
The International Food Security Treaty is supported by two sister non-profit corporations.
The International Food Security Treaty Association is responsible for much of the educational work done on behalf of the IFST. It has been granted 501(c)(3) status by the Internal Revenue Service and donations to it are tax-deductible in the USA.
The International Food Security Treaty Campaign carries responsibility for much of the lobbying activity associated with promoting the IFST with lawmakers so donations to it are not tax-deductible in the USA.
To make tax-deductible contributions to the Association or non-tax-deductible contributions to the Campaign, please click on the appropriate button below.