Your generosity supports our mission to advocate for vaccine policy reform based on scientific integrity and individual health needs, to promote education about healthy immunity, and to protect informed consent and medical freedom in Washington State.
Two ways to give — help fund our Educational & Outreach efforts through our 501(c)3, ICWA4Education (donations are tax deductible):
Help fund this website, our Radio Show, and our Public Policy efforts to support bills that protect or improve medical freedom and informed consent and oppose legislation that threatens them through our 501 (c)4, ICWA4Action (donations are not tax deductible.)
More ways to give:
Are you an AMAZON shopper? Consider joining the Amazon Smile program to easily support your favorite nonprofit with your purchases! You can even choose to support our 501 (c)3 fiscal sponsor, American Citizens for Health Choice!
Amazon Smile for Passive Fund Raising
Simply sign up, choose your charity, and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to them! Here’s where you can learn more more: AmazonSmile Program
Here are a few suggested charities currently available through the program:
American Citizens for Health Choice and HealthChoice4Action in Eden, MN (our fiscal sponsors)
Children’s Health Defense in Peachtree City, GA (ICWA is one of their coalition partners)
Physicians for Informed Consent in Newport Beach, CA(ICWA is one of their coalition partners)
Informed Choice Washington’s mission is to advocate for vaccine policy reform based on scientific integrity and individual health needs, to promote education about healthy immunity, and to protect informed consent and medical freedom in Washington State. Informed Choice Washington’s two nonprofits are fiscally sponsored by American Citizens for Health Choice, a 501(c)(3), and Health Choice 4 Action, a 501 (c)(4).
Donations to the 501(c)(3) are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
ICWA4Action and ICWA4Education are headquartered in Kirkland, WA, and are registered with Washington State’s Charities Program.