NPG is pleased to be a participating charity in this year’s Combined Federal Campaign. By designating your donation to NPG (CFC #37803), you are taking an important step to help us work to slow, halt, and eventually reverse U.S. population growth! With immigration appearing regularly in today’s headlines — and Congress regularly considering legislation that could dramatically increase our nation’s population size and growth — NPG needs your help more than ever before!! Your generous contribution will go directly towards NPG programs, all of which are designed to foster broad public support of reducing our nation’s population size to a level that is sustainable over the very long term. By reducing our population, we can better preserve our environment, economy, natural resources, and quality of life for generations to come! Remember: NPG receives absolutely no government funding. We rely entirely upon the committed financial support of supporters like you!
By contributing to NPG, your gift will go directly to programs like these:
• NPG Teacher’s Packets – Distributed absolutely free of charge to educators across the country, these vital packets contain a wealth of materials for a classroom discussion on the effects of U.S. population growth. Just since 2015, NPG materials have reached over 70,000 students in grades 6 through 12.
• Annual NPG Scholarship Contests – Part of NPG’s core educational mission, each year we invite high school seniors and undergraduate college students to answer a population-related question, with their own experience and insight guiding their ideas for a solution. Winners receive a designated scholarship amount towards their university tuition. NPG has awarded 36 Scholarships totaling over $30,000 in the last two years!
• NPG Publications – As the leading voice in the population awareness movement, NPG develops provocative and insightful publications. We are the oldest and largest publisher of original source materials about the crucial linkages between U.S. population growth, environmental degradation, and a declining quality of life. Publications are distributed to NPG members, the full U.S. Congress, key contacts in the national media, and other interested organizations.
Look for us under “Negative Population Growth” in your CFC brochure, or find us here on the CFC website.