The purpose of the Idaho Prosperity Fund (IPF) is to promote and strive for the improvement of government at the State and Local level by encouraging and stimulating business and their employees to take a more active and effective part in government. We seek to encourage business to understand the nature of and actions of elected leaders as they pertain to the protection of the free enterprise system. The IPF will assist business to be an effective political voice espousing the principles of the free enterprise system.
The IPF will financially assist candidates for Statewide, Legislative and Local office through independent expenditures and/or direct contributions for candidates who demonstrate commitment to the ideals of a free market society, who believe in the rights of the individual, and who are committed to preserving the free enterprise system. The IPF will also financially assist political issues of statewide significance.
All contributions from all members are appreciated. IACI has created a series of special categories for higher contribution levels:
$250 contribution “Member’s Club”
$500 contribution “President’s Club”
$1,000 contribution “Chairman’s Club” — Also receives invitations to special fundraising receptions with various Legislators and Statewide elected officials.
2-year x $3,500 contribution or $7,000 in election cycle “Great American Club” (in honor of the late Charlie Clark) — Also receives invitations to special fundraising receptions with various Legislators and Statewide elected officials, and a VOTING seat on the IPF Board.
Checks should be made payable to: Idaho Prosperity Fund
Contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes. Contributions to IPF are voluntary and are used for political purposes. No funds are used to support federal candidates or political action committees.
The IPF allows for an optional monthly billing process for larger contributions. The option for either the 24-month $291.67/mo. ($7,000) or 12-month $83.33/mo. ($1,000) contribution billing process can be handled either by credit card (which is the preferred method) or by monthly invoice. No contributions below $1,000 may use this monthly billing option.