Donations to Friends of Man are always welcome and will be used 100% for charitable assistance because not a penny is taken out for administrative costs and expenses - and there are no salaries!
Please send you tax-deductible check in any amount to:
Fund-raising efforts for the charity are restricted to two mailings a year to our donors. These mailings have the purpose not only of soliciting donations, but of giving our donors an update of the activities that they make possible with their gifts.
Many Friends of Man donors send checks every month as unsolicited support for the charity, which are greatly appreciated.
Most of our support comes from individuals as well as from corporations, foundations, and churches. Friends of Man receives no government funds, and is not part of any charitable umbrella organization.
Donations to Friends of Man are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Friends of Man is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization registered and in good standing with the IRS.
Friends of Man respects the privacy of its donors. Our donor list is never sold or shared. Privacy is another reason that we only write twice a year.
Friends of Man also provides special advantages for its donors. A donor may request that his or her donation be applied to a specific area of need. In addition, Friends of Man will provide, upon request, information to the donor documenting how their contribution was used.
Donations are most welcome and may be sent to:
Friends of Man
P.O. Box 937
Littleton, CO 80160-0937
The IRS 990 Form combines the financial information of the Institute for the New Man (which pays the costs and expenses of Friends of Man,) and the Charity d/b/a Friends of Man, whose funds are used exclusively for charitable assistance per the Fund Declaration in the Bylaws. The Form 990 can be viewed on the Colorado Secretary of State website. View Form 990