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Delaware Family Policy Council, Delaware's most broadly-supported policy organization, effectively communicates rigorous conservative policy research to the Delaware General Assembly and the People of Delaware. 
  •   More than 10,000 Delawarean's donate to support DFPC's work
  •   Our policy experts and researchers are invited to testify before the Delaware General Assembly nearly 20 times a year
  •   DFPC partners with the nation's most trusted and influential institutions for policy research, including Focus on the Family, Family Policy Alliance, Family Research Council, and Alliance Defending Freedom
  •   With offices located steps from the state Capitol, DFPC has promoted pro-family public policy for more than 10 years
Your donation will advance traditional values—protecting religious liberty, preserving human life, defending the sanctity of marriage, and securing parental rights—at a time when these values are eroding on a national scale and our state needs them the most.
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When selecting a recurring donation, Delaware Families will process this donation every month on the day of the month that you set up the recurring gift in the amount that you specify using the method of payment that you identified. You can cancel or change this donation at any time by contacting us at 302-296-8698. This authorization shall remain in effect until you notify Delaware Families and Delaware Families has had reasonable time to act on it. A record of each debit will appear on your bank statement. You have the right to instruct your bank to reverse any and all debits.

Delaware Families "Delaware Strong Families" is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and charitable contributions are tax-deductible for income, gift and estate taxes. Our federal tax identification number is 26-12941440.

Donations to support the activities of our sister organization, Delaware Family Policy Council, may be made after making your donation to Delaware Strong Families. Delaware Family Policy Council is a section 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization under the Internal Revenue Code. As such, contributions to Delaware Family Policy Council are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.




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Delaware Family Policy Council, Delaware's most broadly-supported conservative policy organization, effectively communicates policy research to the Delaware Legislators, decision makers, and the People of Delaware. 
  •  More than 10,000 Delawareans follow DFPC's work.
  •  Our policy experts and researchers are invited to testify before the Delaware General Assembly every year.
  •  DFPC partners with the nation's most trusted and influential organizations for policy research, including Focus on the Family, Family Policy Alliance, Family Research Council, and Alliance Defending Freedom.
  •  DFPC has promoted pro-family public policy for more than 10 years.
Your tax deductible contribution will advance traditional values—protecting religious liberty, preserving human life, defending the sanctity of marriage, and securing parental rights—at a time when these values are eroding on a national scale and our state needs them the most.
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"Delaware Strong Families" is the education arm of Delaware Family Policy Council and a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, therefore, contributions are tax-deductible. Our federal tax identification number is 26-12941440.

When selecting a recurring donation, Delaware Strong Families will process this donation every month on the day of the month that you set up the recurring gift and in the amount that you specify using the method of payment that you identified. You can cancel or change this donation at any time by contacting us at 302-296-8698. This authorization shall remain in effect until you notify Delaware Strong Families and a reasonable amount of time has been given to act on it. A record of each debit will appear on your bank statement. You have the right to instruct your bank to reverse any and all debits.
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