APAW - Washington Donations
The Association for the Promotion of Anthropomorphic Writing (APAW), is a Maryland-based non-profit corporation passionate about giving writers of anthropomorphic fiction the skills and support needed to succeed in both furry and mainstream markets.
To this end, APAW is interested in:
- Providing programs that help facilitate the skills development of writers of anthropomorphic, or furry, fiction.
- Providing general knowledge, in the form of scheduled seminars, panels, discussions, and lectures, at events with the idea of educating the public on writing.
- Providing curriculum support, in the form of writing tracks, for conventions and events which are interested in discussing furry writing.
- Promoting and making the public aware of furry authors in other genres, both niche and mainstream.
Your donation helps support the continued development and operation of these programs and the corporation.
A copy of the most recent financial statement of the Association for the Promotion of Anthropomorphic Writing, Inc. is available by sending a letter to:
Association for the Promotion of Anthropomorphic Writing
Post Office Box 7311
Halethorpe, MD 21227-0311
Tel: +1-888-236-0426 x140
The notice of solicitation required by the State Office of Consumer Affairs is on file with the Washington Secretary of State, and information relating to financial affairs of the Association for the Promotion of Anthropomorphic Writing, Incorporated, is available from the Secretary of State, and the toll-free number for Washington residents: 800-332-4483. If you would like to verify this charity's status with the State of Washington, you may validate our status via the Corporations and Charities Division Charity, Fundraiser, and Trust Search Tool . Registration with this or any other state does not constitute an endorsement by the state registered. The Association for the Promotion of Anthropomorphic Writing is registered in the State of Washington with Charity Identifier (FEIN) 82-3789768 and Registration Number 2002602.
Additionally, documents and information submitted under the Maryland Solicitations Act are also available, for the cost of postage and copies, from the Maryland Secretary of State, State House, Annapolis MD 21401, (410) 974-5534.