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Help Polk County Pagan Market raise funds to file for 501c3

The Polk County Pagan Market holds a special place in the community. As a state registered non-profit, their mission is to create a welcoming and inclusive space for pagans to come together, share knowledge, and support each other. However, they aspire to achieve even greater impact by becoming a full-fledged 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our Goal is $1200.

Becoming a 501(c)(3) non-profit requires some financial support to cover filing fees and necessary paperwork. These costs can sometimes be a challenge for small organizations like The Polk County Pagan Market. Nevertheless, the rewards of obtaining this status are well worth the effort and investment.

Once they become a 501(c)(3), The Polk County Pagan Market will unlock new opportunities to expand their community outreach initiatives. They will be eligible to apply for grants and receive tax-deductible donations, which can significantly enhance their ability to make a positive impact.

With this new status, The Polk County Pagan Market can develop and implement more comprehensive community programs. They can organize educational workshops, social events, and public gatherings to foster a stronger sense of unity and understanding among different pagan traditions. Furthermore, they can reach out to other organizations and collaborate on projects that aim to promote diversity, tolerance, and acceptance.

By working towards their goal of becoming a 501(c)(3) non-profit, The Polk County Pagan Market is taking an important step towards creating a lasting and meaningful impact in their community. The support they receive from individuals and the wider community will play a vital role in realizing their mission and making a positive difference in the lives of many.

If you’d like to help The Polk County Pagan Market in their journey to become a 501(c)(3) non-profit, you can contribute by making a donation or volunteering your time. Every little bit counts and brings them closer to achieving their goal of expanding their community outreach and creating a more inclusive environment for everyone. Together, we can empower organizations like The Polk County Pagan Market to make a lasting impact on our communities.

Visit our Donation form at the link below or use the form at bottom of page.

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