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The (18) Florida Engineering Society “Chapters” thanks you for your tax-exempt donation for sponsorships and contributions to help them meet their goals. Local chapter events like MATHCOUNTS and scholarships can go far in the future of a young engineer. Please make your donation here and indicate in the comment section the designated chapter for the funds. Note: The Florida Engineering Foundation which is listed under IRS Publication 78 is registered as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Resource: https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/tax-exempt-organization-search-bulk-data-downloads
The Florida Engineering Society (FES) is proud to have sponsored Florida MATHCOUNTS® since it’s origination in 1983. In Florida, participating middle schools compete individually or as part of a team in one of nineteen FES Chapter MATHCOUNTS® Competitions held in February. FES Chapters, in turn, send their winning teams and individuals to the state competition held in Orlando, FL in March.
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The Florida Engineering Leadership Institute (FELI) is supported by the Florida Engineering Foundation (FEF), the Florida Engineering Society (FES), and the American Council of Engineering Consultants - Florida (ACEC-FL). All funds donated towards the Class Project through our various fundraising efforts go directly to the FEF, earmarked for our project. The Foundation is authorized to receive and administer funds for charitable and educational purposes under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code.
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FEPAC is a political action committee that solicits voluntary contributions from those interested in effective engineering legislation. Funds raised are used to research, select, and support the election of candidates who are supportive of engineering concerns.
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The Minuteman Fund represents one of the most direct ways in which ACEC provides assistance to M.O.s for local battles of national importance. It has been used successfully for a host of initiatives by M.O.s nationwide to defend our front-line business interests. With your support, we will continue to build up the Fund and use it aggressively.
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