Q: Who supports EPIC?
A: Most of our support comes from individual donors, cy pres awards, and private foundations. We also receive income from litigation and the sale of publications.
Q: Why does EPIC need my support?
A: We accept no funding from corporations or the government. We rely on support from foundations and individual donors to maintain our programs.
Q: Is my contribution to EPIC tax-deductible?
A: Yes! EPIC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible (our tax ID # is 52-2225921).
Q: Will you disclose my name and address to others?
A: Absolutely not. EPIC does not rent, loan, trade, release or otherwise make available the names of its individual contributors.
Q: What does EPIC do with the contributions it receives?
A: We maintain one of the most extensive web sites on privacy and free speech issues on the Internet. We litigate Freedom of Information Act, First Amendment, and privacy cases. We publish several of the leading books on open government and privacy. We train law school students about the Internet and the public interest. We testify frequently before Congress about emerging civil liberties issues. We publish an excellent online newsletter. We also help organize important privacy campaigns.
Q: Can I send you a check?
A: Yes. Many of our contributors send personal checks. Checks should be made payable to "EPIC" and sent to EPIC, 1718 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20009.
Q: Can I wire money to EPIC?
A: Yes. Please contact us for details at 202-483-1140 x119