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The National Society for IT Service Providers is a professional membership association, organized as a 501(c)(6) nonprofit corporation. We focus on education, professionalism, and promoting the interests of IT professionals everywhere.

At this point, we are in the formative stage. Your gift will help us build a strong, lasting organization. Right now, our expenses for daily operations, hosting, web development, meeting software, office supplies, and administrative labor are all donated. In the long-term, these and other expenses (program management, training programs, public relations, government relations, etc.) will become ongoing expenses.

Membership fees from IT Service Providers and vendors will provide significant funding in the future. But we will always be able to spread our messaging and mission more widely with individual and corporate donations.

Is my donation tax deductible? The NSITSP is not a charity, but a professional membership association. Your contribution may be deductible as trade or business expenses (See https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/other-non-profits/tax-treatment-of-donations-501c6-organizations). Consult your tax professional.

Your donation is greatly appreciated and important to our organization.

Thank you for your assistance!

– Karl W. Palachuk

National Society of IT Service Providers

Donate to NSITSP

The National Society for IT Service Providers is a professional membership association, organized as a 501(c)(6) nonprofit corporation. We focus on education, professionalism, and promoting the interests of IT professionals everywhere.

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The National Society for IT Service Providers, Inc. is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization. Tax ID: 87-1833687.

Is my donation tax deductible? The NSITSP is not a charity, but a professional membership association. Your contribution may be deductible as trade or business expenses. For more information, visit the IRS Website or consult your tax professional.