Sandy Hook Promise Action Fund works to pass federal and state legislation that supports school safety and gun violence prevention. Among our successes, our Action Fund has successfully written and driven the passage of two major bipartisan pieces of federal legislation that provide historic investments in youth violence prevention programming and mental health care and services. We have also helped pass over a dozen gun safety bills across the country that are keeping our children and communities safe.
Is Sandy Hook Promise Action Fund tax-deductible?
Sandy Hook Promise Foundation is a 501(C)(4) tax-exempt organization. Our EIN number is 46-1665232 and we are a registered organization with the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Donations to Sandy Hook Promise Action Fund are not tax-deductible.
Donations to our sister organization, Sandy Hook Promise Foundation, are tax-deductible. Learn more about their status.
How are donations used?
Donations to Sandy Hook Promise Action Fund support our policy and advocacy work, including:
- Advocating for state and federal policy changes in the areas of gun violence prevention and school safety.
- Helping us raise awareness, educate and engage individuals and communities on causes of and solutions to gun violence.
- A portion of funding pays for experienced policy staff and day-to-day office operations.
Annual Financial Statements and Reports
Sandy Hook Promise Action Fund values your rights as a donor and is proud to be a transparent charity. That’s why we make our financial statements, reports and annual 990s available for your review online.
Our latest financial report and registration filed may be inspected by contacting: Sandy Hook Promise Action Fund, PO Box 3489, Newtown, CT 06470; 203.304.9780