Thank you for considering a donation to Force the Issue NJ.

As a 501(c)4 NJ Non-Profit Organization, we can accept donation of any amount from residents of New Jersey, and have set up a donations page on ActBlue so you can be assured that your donation will be processed safely and securely.

Our primary fundraising goal is to build up the capacity to complete, maintain and improve the online resources we intend to provide – free of charge – to volunteers, activists and organizations in New Jersey’s progressive community.

Our Interactive Community Calendar – currently under development – will help our community of organizers, volunteers and activists build an independent progressive coalition throughout the Garden State based around community service, issue-based advocacy and civic education.

The majority of donations received will be dedicated to this long-term goal, however we may also use donations for expenditures related to the general administration and promotion of this organization, and to support key initiatives on a variety of progressive issues, either independently or in partnership with other organizations.

Transparency is one of our most treasured values and as our organization grows we will provide direct access to all of our filings with the state, local and federal government with respect to both our fund-raising and expenditures.

 We appreciate your support! 

Contributions to FORCE THE ISSUE NJ are not tax-deductible for Federal Income tax purposes and may need to be disclosed by us to the IRS and other governmental agencies as required by law. With those exceptions, and the exception of any other organization through which we may have received your donation or through which we may process your donation, we will not share your information with any other party.

Information filed with the Attorney General concerning this charitable solicitation and the percentage of contributions received by the charity during the last reporting period that were dedicated to the charitable purpose may be obtained from the Attorney General of the state of New Jersey by calling 973-504-6215 and is available on the internet at Registration with the Attorney General does not imply endorsement.