Non Profit Organization dedicated to preventing at risk youth from committing crimes and entering prison.

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Your charitable donation help us use your contribution wherever most needed, thank you for allowing us to strengthen the long-term lives that are vital to vulnerable youth.

We commit to spend your money in the most productive, efficient way possible.

Q: What are the fund raising and administration expenses paid by the PPI?

A: PPI pays for all fund raising and administrative expenses, which include the salaries of the president/CEO and other staff performing financial-management functions; fund raising staff; and communications staff. Also included are expenses related to administration (including the costs of the annual independent audit) and those related to fund raising, such as mailing and printing newsletters and annual reports, and website and public relations services.

Q: Do you accept matching gifts from my employer?

A: Absolutely! If you work for one of the many companies that have matching gift programs, the value of your gift to PPI can be doubled or even tripled! Some companies even match the gift of a spouse and retirees. Please check with your Human Resources department.

Q: May I donate through my workplace?

A: Each year thousands of employees are given the opportunity to direct a portion of their paycheck to the charities of their choice through workplace giving campaigns. You can help provide aid to those in need by directing your workplace contribution to PPI.
If your company participates in the United Way campaign, simply list PPI on the United Way Donor Designation Pledge form. Federal workers who give through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) can select PPI as the designated charity of choice. Click here for more information on workplace giving.
Planned Giving-You can make a lasting impact by remembering PPI in your estate plans. Often referred to as planned gifts, these opportunities allow you to create a lasting legacy representing your lifelong values while planning for your own future as well as that of your loved ones.
By reviewing various options with your financial adviser, you can determine the estate plan gift that meets your immediate and future financial needs.
PPI is certified as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution recognized by the IRS as a public charity.
Our Federal tax ID number is 47-1273232

Q: May I make a gift of stock?

A: One of the most advantageous ways to donate to PPI is with a gift of stock. You can gift appreciated stocks to PPI simply by transferring them into our account. The total value of the stock upon transfer is tax-deductible.
Please email us at for detailed information and instructions.

Q: Can I give in memory of or as a tribute to someone special?

A: It is possible to make a donation in memory of someone or to commemorate a holiday, birthday, wedding or other special occasion. If you would like to mail a check, please send a note with the tribute information, including, the honoree name, and the name and address where you would like us to send a card indicating that this gift has been received.

Q: Is my contribution tax-deductible?

A: Yes. PPI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and 100% of contributions will be tax deductible starting July 2, 2014 for a United States citizens to the fullest extent of the law. For donors outside of the United States, please consult with your tax adviser regarding whether your donation is tax deductible.
PPI Federal Tax ID, or Employer Identification Number (EIN), is 47-1273232.

Q: Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

A: Yes, you will receive a charitable tax receipt for income tax purposes.

Q: I would like to host a fundraiser to benefit the work of PPI. How do I get started?

Q: Does PPI accept other forms of donations like houses or cars?

A: Yes. For non-monetary gifts such as property, please contact to discuss your options. Currently, PPI accepts cars, boats, RVs and personal consumer electronics (among other non-cash items).

Q: Does PPI sell, rent or trade donor information to other agencies?

A: No. PPI values your support, and is committed to protecting your privacy. We will not surrender or sell your information for any commercial use or for any use that is not directly linked to our activities.

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There are many ways to get involved with PPI and with other people who believe in and support our mission. You can help spread the word about our work, donate your time, or raise money for PPI.

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