The California Association for Nurse Practitioners Political Action Committee (PAC) is a nonpartisan effort dedicated to supporting state legislative candidates. The CANP PAC has been active in California for decades, supporting many successful candidates. You can engage in the political process – and make a difference – by contributing to the PAC.
The PAC is a vital component of CANP’s legislative advocacy efforts. PACs are established so that contributions from a number of individuals can be aggregated into one fund that is then used to make contributions to support a particular cause or candidate. A well-funded PAC helps us show strength in numbers and a commitment to engage in the political process.
It’s easy for an individual to make a contribution to the CANP PAC. Just click the button below and follow the prompts to fill out a contribution form. Members also have the ability to make PAC contributions when renewing their membership.
Individual CANP chapters are encouraged to host local CANP PAC fundraising events. Be aware that there are many legal guidelines and requirements to follow with regard to PAC fundraising, including the need to complete this Auction Fundraising Information Form.
All contributions and gifts to the CANP PAC are considered voluntary political contributions and are not tax-deductible. Contributions from any individual or entity may not exceed $9,100 in any single year.
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The California Association for Nurse Practitioners (CANP) provides a forum and unifying voice for more than 30,000 nurse practitioners statewide, often joining forces with other state and national organizations, to advance the profession and bridge health care needs. As the only association solely dedicated to advocating for nurse practitioners in California, we work to protect and expand the critical roles filled by NPs. As a conduit of information, we foster the dissemination of ideas, advice and standards of practice.
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