has a ten year history of helping homeless or distressed veterans and their families.
By legal definition, you have not been spammed – However. . .
WE WILL HONOR YOUR REMOVAL REQUEST IMMEDIATELY
Regarding Email Solicitations:
“A charity’s request for donations is NOT considered a commercial message. (SPAM)” See: GuideStar – What Nonprofits Need to Know about CAN-SPAM
“The CAN SPAM law relates primarily to commercial, not nonprofit, activities. The law does not apply to pure fundraising appeals that solicit funds and other contributions.” See Page 11 – Direct Marketing Association Nonprofit Federation – The CAN SPAM Act of 2003: A Checklist for Nonprofits
The CAN-SPAM Act was passed by Congress in 2003 to crack down on unsolicited commercial emails. Most of the legislative history of the bill, as well as comments by congressional staff, indicate that the congressional intent of the legislation was to exempt emails from nonprofit organizations.” – See a statement from: The Association of Fundraising Professionals
“Nonprofit organizations can send unsolicited e-mails without violating Can-Spam laws.” See: Fundraising Success Magazine
See The Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) CAN-SPAM ACT OF 2003 – SEC. 3. DEFINITIONS (2)
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FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME PERSONALLY:
Tom Ruley, President
National Remember Our Troops Campaign
PO Box 34093
Baltimore, MD 21221
Celebrating Over A Decade of Service