How You Can Support SAPFM
There are many ways to support the Society of American Period Furniture Makers. Join SAPFM and get involved in the regional chapter in your area, volunteer to help organize and staff the mid-year and annual conferences. Join the online discussion forum and share your knowledge and expertise, or submit an article for consideration to American Period Furniture.
Conferences, the publication of American Period Furniture, and the maintenance and development of the website are partially offset by membership dues and conference fees. Your tax deductible charitable donation will help support these efforts as well as enable SAPFM to provide new programs and services to its members.
The Society of American Period Furniture Makers (SAPFM) is legally recognized under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as a not-for-profit corporation, organized and operated exclusively for public and charitable purposes, to provide a forum for the education of the craft of period furniture-making.
Donations made in the 2003 tax year and thereafter (which can include cash or non-cash gifts, bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, etc.) may be used as a charitable contribution by donors on their Federal tax returns. Any individual, estate, trust, corporation or foundation that makes a charitable donation may be eligible. Donors should always consult with their accountant for tax advice.
Your generous donation affords us the opportunity to expand our educational endeavors and provide financial support to individuals and other groups who share our interest in period furniture-making. Donors can feel satisfaction knowing that they have helped support SAPFM’s educational mission, and at the same time enjoy a deduction on their Federal income tax returns.
To make a donation by credit card, use the Paypal button at the top of this page. You do not need to have an account with Paypal to use the donation button. If you would like to make a donation by check, make your check payable to SAPFM and mail to:
14 State Street
Bloomfield, NY 14469
If you have questions concerning your membership status or in making a charitable and tax-deductible donation, please feel free to contact Jim Altemus, Secretary/Treasurer, SAPFM.