Tides Foundation is the fiscal sponsor for Florida Rights Restoration Coalition.  Donors can contribute to Florida Rights Restoration Coalition Education Fund  through tax-deductible donations (501c3) EIN: 51-0198509 

Mail donations to: 

Tides Foundation (501c3) 

Attn: Florida Rights Restoration Coalition  

Education Fund  

PO Box 399389 

San Francisco, CA 94139-9381 

Overnight Physical Address: 

Lockbox Services Box #399389 

Tides Foundation 

3440 Walnut Avenue, Bldg A 

Window H 

Fremont, CA 94538 


Wire donations to: 

Tides Foundation (501c3)  

Receiving Bank Wells Fargo Bank 

420 Montgomery Street 

San Francisco, CA 94104 

ABA number 121 000 248 


Account Name Tides Foundation – Depository Account Account Number 451-810-1969 

Recipient Florida Rights Restoration Coalition Education  Fund 

 **Please denote if it is for “Fines and Fees Program” 

If you have any questions or require additional information on contributing to Florida Rights  Restoration Coalition, please contact Andrea Granda, Deputy Director with Tides at 415.561.6336 or Colleen Calvin, Finance/Grant Manager with the Florida Rights  Restoration Coalition at 407.284.3421.




If you or a loved one has an IRA (see below), a Donor Advised Fund, or a Private Foundation, you may wish to designate the Force Multiplier's Movement Voter Fund as the recipient of a tax-deductible donation.


To make a donation of this type, direct your financial institution to donate the funds as follows (And so we can properly thank you, please notify us of your gift at


For checks sent via standard mail:

Tides Foundation
P.O. Box 399389
San Francisco, CA 94139-9389

For checks requiring a signature:

Lockbox Services Box #399389 Tides Foundation
3440 Walnut Avenue, Bldg A, Window H
Fremont, CA 94538 

To ensure you get a tax receipt for your c3 donations via check, include your name, mailing address, and email. 


 When holders of IRAs reach the age of 70 1/2 they are normally required to withdraw a specific amount each year, the annual Required Minimum Distribution (RMD). Ordinarily this amount is taxable. However, some or all of the annual RMD may be donated directly from the financial institution (the IRA custodian) to a non-profit charity designated as a 501(c)(3) as a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD), thus avoiding tax on this portion of the RMD. Holders may also be able to make additional QCDs up to a total of $100,000.  


Force Multiplier's Movement Voter Fund is a 501(c)(3) eligible charity. Now is the time to direct a portion of your RMD to the fund. Although all 501(c)(3) charities are eligible for these donations, the Movement Voter Fund's grassroots work for voter empowerment is particularly crucial in turning out crucial disenfranchised voters for the 2020 election.


Please consult your IRA custodian, legal, or financial advisers; these instructions do not constitute legal or tax advice.