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Since then, SPAC has raised millions of dollars to aid political candidates who support the organization's issues. Only NAPS regular, associate or auxiliary members are eligible to donate to SPAC. Members can donate online, through payroll deductions, or by sending a check or money order to NAPS Headquarters. Cash donations will not be accepted. More information about SPAC is listed below.
Click below to view the 2019 SPAC Webinar — for state & local branch officers as well as NAPS Auxiliary members who collect funds for SPAC.
SPAC has Group Collection Form that will help better identify SPAC contributors and enhance our ability to account for SPAC receipts. In addition, there should be separate SPAC Contribution Forms or completed SPAC Envelopes for each contributor, or listed on the 50/50 SPAC Form. All forms are posted below.
It is important to note, Federal Election Commission (FEC) rules require that SPAC-collected funds, along with the supporting SPAC Collection Forms be sent to NAPS HQ within 10 days of collection.
Unidentified receipts associated with "pass-the-hat" or raffles cannot be credited to the Branch/State. The Group Collection Form requires SPAC Chairs to reconcile the total amount sent to Headquarters with the individual Contributions Forms. All collected funds must be associated with individual NAPS members. In sum, the total SPAC funds sent to Headquarters must equal the total reported on the individual Contribution Forms.
Special Instructions for 50/50 raffles: Individual contributors who participate in a 50/50 raffle must be identified on a special form. The individual’s name and actual contribution to SPAC should be on the SPAC 50/50 Contribution Form. For example, if Mary Smith submits $10 to a 50/50, only the $5 sent to NAPS HQ can be credited towards a SPAC contribution, because this is the amount we report to the Federal Elections Commission.
Thanks for your help in enhancing SPAC operations and accountability.