The mission of the Jobs Coalition is to inform and educate American taxpayers about the benefits of this nation’s free-market economic system. We deal primarily with issues that have a profound effect on working men and women.
We are unabashedly focused on economic issues that affect all people from all walks of life. We let people know how taxpayers can take control of this nation’s destiny for a better economic future through grassroots issue advocacy focused on their elected officials.
Bad policy affects all
Economic downturns have a negative effect on working families and employers alike. Reining in government spending and keeping taxes low helps EVERYONE achieve success and prosperity through hard work, determination and iniative.
We’ve done it before
The Coalition for Jobs, Growth & Prosperity has been communicating with taxpayers since 2006. Our team knows what gets the attention of lawmakers and has successfully engaged in national and local-level issue campaigns that have made positive impacts on the economy.
You may contribute to the Jobs Coalition via credit card by using the link below, left. (A PayPal account is NOT required to use this method.) If you prefer, you can download our contribution form instead.
The Coalition for Jobs, Growth & Prosperity, is a 501(c)(4), tax-exempt, non-profit organization, committed to securing the economic future of the area by educating, informing, and activating the public, stakeholders and elected officials to develop, promote and implement a stable, pro-job, pro-growth and pro-investment climate in the Midwest Region. We are an independent non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to educating and promoting market-based policy solutions to improve the overall business climate. The Coalition can engage in communications directly with the public to inform and educate them about our opinions and to ask for their support.
There is no legal limit on the amount a corporation, individual or association can contribute to the Coalition for Jobs, Growth & Prosperity. Contributions of $5,000 or more will be reported to the Internal Revenue Service on IRS Form 990 as required by law; however, the IRS does not make this information public.