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“The opposition had Monsanto, Syngenta, DuPont and Dow on their side and the largest campaign budget in our county's history, but with the expertise and support from the Center for Food Safety our group of 150 family farmers beat the chemical corporations and won a precedent-setting win that will protect family farmers from genetically engineered crops for decades to come.”
— Elise Higley
Farmer and Director of the Our Family Farms Coalition in Jackson County, Oregon


With so many charities to choose from, we understand your need to ensure that your donations to CFS will be used most effectively. CFS is committed to using every penny possible to continue protecting our food, our farms, and our planet. You can feel confident that each donation has a tremendous impact in our fight to realign our food system from harmful food production technologies and toward a new food future.

Center for Food Safety is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to CFS are fully tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. CFS's EIN is 52-2165893

CFS is a Four Star rated charity with Charity Navigator

Form 990's

The Form 990 is the annual reporting return that 501c3 nonprofit organizations file with the IRS. It provides you more information about Center for Food Safety's mission, programs, and finances. These are the public copy of the "tax returns" CFS is required to file with the federal government.

2016 990
2015 990
2014 990
2013 990

CFS's Lobbying Arm: Center for Food Safety Action Fund

Center for Food Safety Action Fund is a 501(c)(4) organization that is a separate sister organization of the Center for Food Safety. The mission of Center for Food Safety Action Fund is to protect human health and the environment by educating the public and lobbying on a wide range of food and environmental issues. Donations to Center for Food Safety Action Fund are not tax-deductible.

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