The Founding Project Contact Info…

To contact us…remember,  TFP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization staffed by volunteers,

who regard every person interested in our effort to be of the utmost importance.

Because our staff is comprised of volunteers,

please allow us some time to get back to you when  you contact us.

To comment upon an article written by our writers:

Please use the comment section following each article on our website.

To learn more about our cause, please see the information included under the “About” area of our website.

To volunteer or inquire how you can help and/or write for our cause,

       please contact us through our Facebook page:

The Founding Project 

          or our Facebook group:

 https://www.facebook.com/groups/1767963980131990/

       or at this email address:  

thefoundingproject@yahoo.com

If you do not hear from us after several days,

please do not hesitate to reach out to us again, as it is not unusual for us to be bombarded with emails

or for emails to be sorted out from our inbox by our server and accidentally missed.

The Founding Project is always looking for members for our social media team,

which help circulate our information via social media following a prescribed plan that takes best advantage of media metrics.

The Founding Project also welcomes new writers to our website:

~  We ask that writers have good writing experience and adhere to the guidelines The Founding Project must follow as a 501(c)(3) organization, which require us to limit our activity to educational purposes, helpful to our fellow citizens, and to avoid any activity that may be conducted by other entities who do not have the charitable organization tax-exempt status.

~ The Founding Project does not engage in political activism of any kind, but may offer information about political issues or legislation to help keep our fellow citizens aware of government activities and requires the same from our writers.

~ Unless our writers are experts in their field, we also ask that our writers cite the information in their articles from reliable sources of the utmost integrity and choose topics within the realm of The Founding Principles, The U. S. Constitution, Civics and related concepts for the benefit of everyday citizens.

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