CAF Contribution Form

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Donation Total: $100

Please make your corporate or personal check payable to the "Construction Advocacy Fund" and remit it to AGC of America at 2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201.

Your contribution to AGC’s Construction Advocacy Fund is not tax deductible as a charitable contribution. However, it may be tax deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense. You should consult your legal and tax advisors.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why should I contribute to the Construction Advocacy Fund when I already pay dues?

    The portion of member dues that chapters forward to AGC of America is incredibly helpful for financing many of our operations. During the past six years, the number of new regulatory threats has grown exponentially. At the same time, we have increased our work expanding markets, promoting construction safety and addressing growing workforce development issues. And while your dues help, they do not cover all the costs AGC of America regularly incurs working on your behalf. That is why contributing to the AGC Construction Advocacy Fund is so important.
  • I already contribute to AGC’s PAC, why should I also contribute to the Construction Advocacy Fund?

    Contributions to the AGC PAC help ensure that pro-construction candidates get elected to federal office. But the PAC does not fund the association’s advocacy efforts, including conducting the research needed to successfully fight needless new regulatory measures, promoting greater construction safety or supporting workforce development efforts.
  • Who can contribute?

    Anyone! The Construction Advocacy Fund accepts personal contributions from individuals as well as corporate contributions from AGC member companies and others seeking to advance the construction industry.
  • What can I contribute to the Construction Advocacy Fund?

    The Construction Advocacy Fund accepts unlimited corporate and personal contributions.
  • Is my contribution tax deductible?

    Maybe. One-hundred percent of your contribution is tax deductible if it qualifies as an “ordinary and necessary business expense.” On your behalf, the fund will pay any tax you would otherwise owe on amounts devoted to “lobbying activity.” Because the fund is not a “charity,” your contribution does not qualify for deduction as a charitable contribution. If you have any questions about the deductibility of your contribution, you should consult your tax advisor.