1. Government Integrity Fund, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation which is exempt from federal taxation under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. Its principal purpose is to promote the common good and general welfare.
2. Government Integrity Fund, Inc. may accept unlimited contributions from any source, including corporations, trade associations, and labor organizations, but does not accept contributions from foreign nationals.
3. General contributions to Government Integrity Fund, Inc. are not required to be publicly disclosed.
4. There are no limitations or restrictions on general contributions to Government Integrity Fund, Inc. from individuals or entities that are subject to Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 206(4)–5 or Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board Rule G-37.
5. The IRS does not allow contributions to Government Integrity Fund, Inc. to be deducted as a charitable contribution or as a business expense. Contributions to Government Integrity Fund, Inc. are not subject to the federal gift tax. Please consult your tax adviser for more details.