Frequently Asked Questions
Per Diem Pledge Partners (Athletes, Corporate Executives, Entertainers, etc.)
I'd like to pledge my per diems. How do I get involved?
Fantastic! Please call our administrative offices at 479-461-7615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How are per diems collected?
We have several collection options to ensure the process is quick and painless, no matter your industry. We're confident we can find a solution that works well for you.
Are my donations tax deductible?
Yes. Per Diems Against Poverty is a registered 501(c)(3), so all donations are 100% tax deductible.
I work in operations/finance for a team. Can I get my entire organization involved?
Of course! We love discussing team/production company/tour-wide participation plans and will be glad to talk through the marketing opportunities that come with each partnership. For corporate inquiries and private donations, please see below.
Website Donor Information
How can I make a donation?
You may make a financial contribution via our website, by calling (479) 461-7615, or by mailing a check made out to Per Diems Against Poverty to the following address: Per Diems Against Poverty, Attn: Jennifer Barker, P.O. Box 181413, Fort Smith, AR 72918.
How can I find out if my local food bank is a Feeding America food bank?
Locate your local food bank here.
Will I get a receipt for my donation?
Yes, once your donation has been processed, you will receive confirmation and a receipt via email that you can keep for your personal records.
Private Donations & Corporate Partners
How do I become a private donor of Per Diems Against Poverty?
Please contact us at email@example.com or call our administrative offices at (479) 461-7615 to learn more about supporting us in the fight against hunger in America.
Who partners with Per Diems Against Poverty?
We partner with generous individuals, corporations, and foundations who share our passion and a vision of an America where no person goes hungry.
How are private donation funds used?
100% of all per diem contributions go to feeding Americans suffering from food insecurity. We rely on funds from designated private donors (individuals and corporations), foundations, and government grants - and designated funds given on our website - to fund our operational expenses.