WAPF Funding

The main sources of support for the Weston A. Price Foundation are the dues and contributions of its members. The Foundation receives no funding from any government agency or food processing corporation. Although many of our members are farmers, the Foundation has no ties with the meat or dairy industry, nor with any organization promoting these industries. The Foundation promotes the production of food by independent farmers and artisans, and not by industry.


Contributions to the Weston A. Price Foundation go towards the production of our magazine and informational brochures, the maintenance of our office and website, and two important campaigns–Soy Alert! and the Campaign for Real Milk. The Weston A. Price Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation to which all donations are deductible to the full extent of the law.

2015

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2014

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2013

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2012

For the Fiscal Year 2012, the Foundation had gross revenues of $1,812,500 of which $646,000 came from membership dues and $370,200 from donations. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous other income. View tax return.
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2011

For the Fiscal Year 2011, the Foundation had gross revenues of $1,754,000 of which $512,000 came from membership dues and $586,000 from donations. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous other income. View tax return.

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2010

For the Fiscal Year 2010, the Foundation had gross revenues of $1,384,400 of which $465,900 came from membership dues and $317,000 from donations. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous other income. View tax return.

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2009

For the Fiscal Year 2009, the Foundation had gross revenues of $1,287,000 of which $418,000 came from membership dues and $346,000 from donations. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous other income. View tax return.

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2008

For the Fiscal Year 2008, the Foundation had gross revenues of $1,213,000 of which $434,000 came from membership dues and $299,000 from donations. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous other income. View tax return.

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2007

For the Fiscal Year 2007, the Foundation had gross revenues of $988,000 of which $347,000 came from membership dues and $215,000 from donations. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous other income. View tax return.

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2006

For the Fiscal Year 2006, the Foundation had gross revenues of $839,000 of which $317,000 came from membership dues and $183,000 from donations. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous other income. View tax return.

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2005

For the Fiscal Year 2005, the Foundation had gross revenues of $691,000 of which $287,000 came from membership dues and $169,000 from donations. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous other income. View tax return.

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2004

For the Fiscal Year 2004, the Foundation had gross revenues of $429,400 of which $209,100 came from membership dues and $62,900 from contributions. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous.

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2003

For the Fiscal Year 2003, the Foundation had gross revenues of $261,400 of which $116,000 came from membership dues and $49,200 from contributions. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, literature sales and miscellaneous.

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2002

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For the Fiscal Year 2002, the Foundation had gross revenues of $168,070 of which $85,700 came from membership dues and $37,170 came from contributions ranging in size from $5 to $5000. The balance of revenues was from conference fees, sales of our literature and miscellaneous (advertising, Amazon income, etc.).

One Response to WAPF Funding

  1. Deanna Guerra says:

    Is membership tax-deductible?

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