Contribute to PA4IP
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*Refund Policy: Dues remitted to the PA4IP are non-refundable.
PAC Contribution (Voluntary)
Every FAPIA member is encouraged to make a contribution to the PC each year to solidify and strengthen our overall political strategy. Contributions are voluntary. A contribution at any level is welcome. Contributions to PC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes.
Ask your friends and family, business associates and colleagues to help protect access to public adjusters by making a minimum $10.00 a month commitment with you. You will receive a Gold Commemorative Star Pin. Please wear your Gold Star at all FAPIA events to signal your commitment to our industry.
RAISE OR DONATE $960.00 (8 Gold Stars @ $120 Each) for Public Adjusters for the Insuring Public and receive the Limited - Exclusive FAPIA EAGLES Lapel Pin as your gift!
PROTECTING POLICYHOLDERS AND
THE PUBLIC ADJUSTING PROFESSION
SUPPORT THE PC
The Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters number one goal is to protect policyholders and the public adjusting profession. We have established programs that enable the FAPIA leadership to educate the Florida legislature on major issues affecting our profession and to help deter regulation that hurts policyholders and the profession. Public Adjusters for the Insuring Public (PA4IP) is a political committee (PAC). In order to be successful in our legislative efforts, PA4IP needs support by way of financial contributions. If we are not helping to elect candidates who are friendly to the public adjusting profession, someone else will support candidates who may not be interested in protecting the rights of consumers to hire professional insurance consumer advocates – public insurance adjusters –when they have a claim. Please consider making a one time donation or sign up for an automatic monthly deduction on your credit card. All contributions to PA4IP are used to further the legislative agenda of FAPIA. Please complete the form below to make your contribution today. Without support from the PC, the public adjusting profession is at risk in Florida.