Come and Take It Society – Invitation to Join (Revised – 24RGD01)

Join the Come and Take It Society

As socialist groups groups intensify their attacks on our sovereignty and freedom, the question is asked, again and again: who will stand as the vanguard of liberty in Texas?

  “I support TPPF because they are smart, conservative, committed, indefatigable, and I want to encourage them to keep doing what they are doing so well. An automatic monthly donation is a lot easier than writing a check and frankly, it makes me feel good to know that in a small way every month I am part of a great organization.”
–Former U.S. Congressman Lamar Smith

The answer is the members of the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Come and Take It Society, a committed group of Texans who give a monthly donation to preserve the values and policies that have made our state the best in the nation. We’re fighting to secure the border, stop woke indoctrination in schools, and get back to using reliable energy to power our grid.

We’d like you to join us. 

Your monthly gift as a member of the Come and Take It Society will help us promote liberty through our research, communication initiatives, and events to advise lawmakers on critical issues. 

In addition, with a minimum monthly gift of $10 or more, you’ll receive these special benefits:

  • A special commemorative “Come and Take It Society” coin
  • Exclusive invitations to TPPF events, including two tickets to the Texas Policy Summit, a $790 value
  • Special communications with updates on our progress
  • PLUS, receive a branded pocketknife with a monthly gift of $20 or more

We’d love your ongoing support. Will you join the fight by making a monthly gift today?

Texas Public Policy Foundation is a non-profit organization (501(c)3), and your contribution is fully tax deductible.

Thank you so much for your monthly donation to help keep Texas free. Your donation receipt will be sent to your inbox shortly.

If you have any questions or additional thoughts, please contact Wes Weaver, Director of Donor Communications, at [email protected] or (512) 472-2700.