CAPR is three non-profit corporations that work together to protect and promote private property rights. We started in Washington but have expanded to Califonia. All three organizations are run primarily by unpaid volunteers but require funds to purchase the goods and services that are beyond the capacity of our volunteers. Please contribute what you can and encourage your like-minded friends to do so also.
Citizens' Alliance for Property Rights
CAPR is the controlling organization. It is the membership arm of CAPR that elects the main board of directors and officers. CAPR provides administrative goods and services to the other two corporations. The only source of operating funds is via memberships. The larger our membership the larger our leverage with the layers of government that control our properties. Please join today.
CAPR has multilple levels of membership as listed below:
Presidential - $1,000
Patron - $500
Corporate - $250
Small Business - $100
Sustaining - $100
Family - $50
Individual - $35
Student - $15
CAPR Political Action Committee
Money is the volume knob for voices in the political arena. To be heard above the general din takes substantial amounts of money. That is why Citizens' Alliance for Property Rights was organized from day one as a political action committee so that we have a state-approved mechanism for raising and distributing political funds. The more like-minded citizens and organizations we can enlist in that endeavor, the louder we can turn our collective volume.
While individual contributions to individual candidates have been the traditional means of financing elections, there is a more modern alternative. Political action committees are a government-approved method with which people with common goals can pool their resources to maximize the return on their campaign dollars. There are no limits to what you can give, unlike contributions to specific candidates. We organized for the specific purpose of finding, endorsing and funding candidates in Washington who will promote and defend our constitutionally guaranteed right to own and control property. That is and will always be our primary purpose.
CAPR Legal Fund
The CAPR Legal Fund handles the legal defense of our property rights as well as the education of citizens, politicians, and bureaucrats on property rights issues. It is an affiliated organization that is organized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit so that contributions to it are tax deductible. Please check with your tax advisor since the IRS changes the rules from time to time.