The Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling (WCPG) is an
IRS-designated 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission
is to provide resources, public awareness and education on problem
gambling and pathological gambling disorders while maintaining
strict neutrality on the issue of legalized gambling. The WCPG
depends on grants and donations to provide these vital services.
Donations to WCPG are tax-deductible.
This policy, adopted by the volunteer WCPG Board of Directors,
outlines the giving guidelines of the WCPG.
1. Memberships / contributions given to WCPG will be used for
operating expenses unless otherwise designated by the donor.
2. All contributors become non-voting members of the WCPG.
Membership entitles them to:
3. Additional benefits are provided to contributors of $500 and
over, as outlined below. Donors receive all benefits from lower
giving levels, plus additional services as listed. The benefits do
not impact the tax-deductibility of the donation. Executive
Director and the donor will negotiate how training hours will be
$500 - $999 Donors Also Receive
$1,000 to $4,999 Donations
$5,000 to $14,999 Donations
$15,000 to $24,999 Donations
$25,000 and Over
4. Any in-kind contributions will be dollar-valued and appraised
at current value. A receipt will be issued upon request. The WCPG
reserves the right to accept or reject any contribution. Appraisal
of any in-kind contributions will be subject to the review of the
WCPG Board Treasurer and final approval of the Executive
5. All contributors will be consulted as to their wishes about
publication coverage of their donations. All requests for anonymity
will be strictly honored.
ALL CONTRIBUTORS WILL BE GIVEN MEMBERSHIP AT THE FOLLOWING
Benefactor: $5,000 to $14,999
Bronze: $100 -
Champion $15,000 to
All-Star $25,000 and
$1,000 - $4,999
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The Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling provides resources,
public awareness, and education on gambling disorders while
maintaining strict neutrality on the issue of legalized