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International Dairy Foods Association PAC

PAC
International Dairy Foods Association PAC
is the political action committee (PAC) for the members and employees of the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA), Milk Industry Foundation (MIF), National Cheese Institute (NCI) and the International Ice Cream Association (IICA).

The PAC, which allows IDFA members to pool their resources and speak in a unified voice, is an integral part of IDFA's legislative efforts on Capitol Hill.

For more information on the PAC, please contact Colin Newman, Manager of Legislative Affairs and Political Programs at (202) 220-3518 or cnewman@idfa.org.





Contributions to IDFA PAC are entirely voluntary.  You may refuse to contribute without fear of reprisal. Any contribution guidelines or suggested giving levels are merely for convenience and only a suggestion.  More or less than the suggested amount may be given.  The amount you give, or the refusal to give, will not benefit or disadvantage you.  Contributions to IDFA PAC are used for political purposes and are not deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.  No person may contribute more than $5,000 per calendar year to IDFA PAC. Only U.S. citizens and persons lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the U.S. may contribute. No contributions by corporations (i.e., no corporate checks or corporate credit cards) or by federal contractors. Contributions must be made with personal funds and may not be expensed, reimbursed or paid by any other person. Federal law requires us to use best efforts to collect and report the n
ame, mailing address, occupation and employer of persons who contribute more than $200 in a calendar year.

 
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