Category:Council for National Policy

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Council for National Policy
Formation 1981
Jurisdiction us-tx
Type Not-for-profit
72-0921017
Website www.cfnp.org

The Council for National Policy (CNP), is an umbrella organization and networking group for social conservative activists in the United States. It has been described by The New York Times as "a little-known club of a few hundred of the most powerful conservatives in the country," who meet three times yearly behind closed doors at undisclosed locations for a confidential conference.[1] The Nation has called it a secretive organization that "networks wealthy right-wing donors together with top conservative operatives to plan long-term movement strategy."[2] It was founded in 1981 by Tim LaHaye as a forum for conservative Christians seeking to strengthen the political right in the United States.[3]

Tax information

Updated April 10, 2019 (2019-04-10)
Registration
Name Council For National Policy
EIN 72-0921017
Subsection 03 - Charitable Organizations
Deductibility 1 - Contributions are deductible.
Ruling date 08/1992
Form 990s
2017 file 990, $1,738,958.00, 11/27/18
2016 file 990, $1,349,489.00, 11/29/17
2015 file 990, $1,155,495.00, 02/21/17
2014 file 990, $1,083,584.00, 02/05/16
2013 file 990, $994,524.00, 11/24/14
2012 file 990, $673,194.00, 12/04/13
2011 file 990, $585,726.00, 11/20/12
2010 file 990, $492,476.00, 11/22/11
2009 file 990, $505,411.00, 11/23/10
2007 file 990, $620,487.00, 09/17/08

See also

Notes

  1. David D. Kirkpatrick, "The 2004 Campaign: The Conservatives: Club of the Most Powerful Gathers in Strictest Privacy", New York Times, August 28, 2004
  2. Max Blumenthal, Secretive Right-Wing Group Vetted Palin thenation.com 09/01/2008
  3. David D. Kirkpatrick, "Christian Right Labors to Find '08 Candidate", New York Times, February 24, 2007

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