The Unite America movement is comprised of several separate, independently-governed organizations—in order to make the most efficient use of our financial resources, and to comply with a complex array of federal and state campaign finance and tax laws and regulations.
Donations to the Unite America Fund can support both a federal "Hybrid" PAC (Unite America) and a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization (Unite America Institute).
A federal “Hybrid" PAC that grants to non-partisan organizations, supports reform ballot and legislative campaigns, and makes independent expenditures for candidates in primary elections who put people over party.
Unite America discloses information about the identity of each donor whose aggregate contributions exceed $200 in a calendar year. Click here to review our filings with the Federal Election Commission.
A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to encourage broad-based, non-partisan civic engagement and political participation and engage in research and scholarly analysis on important issues of public concern, including the root causes, effects, and potential solutions to political polarization and partisanship.
Annually, the Unite America Institute files Form 990 with the Internal Revenue Service, disclosing information about its governance, expenditures and other activities. You can view our most recent filing (2017) by clicking here.
In the interest of full transparency, the Unite America movement voluntarily discloses all of our donors who have contributed more than $5,000 since 2018 to any entity that engages in political activity. We do not accept contributions from unions or outside political action committees (PACs).
Mary Pat Alcus
Bill and Susan Bloomfield
Tara R. Dwyer
Rick and Robin Fort
Ron & Dianne Hoge
Ike and Ellen Kier
Natasha and Dirk Ziff