This year, 2016, the American Council for Polish Culture (ACPC) is celebrating its 68th Anniversary. The occasion has led the Council to research it's numerous cultural projects and activities of the past. The archives are replete with accounts by the Council and its Affiliate and Supporting Organizations of cultural and educational programs, i.e., lectures, exhibits, concerts, workshops, folk-dancing, scholarships, and the like, all emphasizing our rich Polish cultural heritage, in communities, as well as on regional, state and national levels.
The Council and its Affiliates strive vigorously to inform young people about the rich history, culture and heritage of Poland. To this end, the Council has been participating in the annual National Conference for the Social Studies. (NCSS) distributing materials and making presentations directly to teachers at this great conference.
If you would like to help the Council achieve this goal or to support some of our other cultural programs, such as the ACPC Scholarship Awards, Literary Competition, National Polonia Cultural Registry or other important projects, please call or write to the address below.
Options you may wish to consider for supporting the Council's programs through charitable gifts include:1. Direct contribution in the form of a check or money order. Under current law, if you itemize on your return, all such gifts may be deductible from federal income taxes.Please share today with a charitable gift in the vision and passion of the American Council for Polish Culture for a true Polish cultural legacy to be left to the Polish American children of today and tomorrow. For further information and assistance in this regard, please contact:
2. If you have a car, boat, or a piece of property (land, house, summer cottage) that you wish to donate, the Council will provide you with the necessary receipt for federal income tax purposes as we are a non-profit corporation holding 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status from the IRS.
3. Establish a scholarship fund or an endowment in your name or that of a family member.
4. After you have provided for your loved ones, please remember the American Council for Polish Culture in your will or living trust.
Mrs. Jo Louise Winters ACPC Corporate Relations
Usually donations to ACPC for the various projects are sent to the Treasurer (address below), with a note in the legend specifying which project.Mrs. Judi Tompkins
Treasurer, American Council for Polish Culture
805 N. Hickory Ridge Rd.
Highland, MI 48357
In the case of the Pulaski Scholarship those donations should go to:Mr. Marion V. Winters
Chairman, Pulaski Scholarship
51 Camile Road
Webster, MA 01570-3148