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Foregen Update: Membership and forums are open, application for U.S. non-profit status submitted

Dear Friends,

On June 30th we submitted our application for recognition as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the U.S. Once we achieve 501(c)(3) status, we will be able to operate as a tax-exempt organization as well as to receieve tax-deductible contributions. We are now awaiting a reply from the IRS, and we will make another announcement when we are granted official 501(c)(3) status.

Also, the foregen forum is ready and is the natural continuation of the Facebook group “Foregen Workshop: Laboratory of ideas towards regeneration.” We realized that many groups focus on the harms of circumcision and contain emotional content not suited for a positive environment. The forum, on the hand, was created to share only constructive ideas, strategies, tips to help foregen achieve its purpose: foreskin regeneration through regenerative medicine.

If you are devoted towards the goal of achieving foreskin regeneration and want to make it happen, if you support our efforts and vision, then join us. We are looking for smart, passionate, and driven people who will help us to achieve our aims. We are signing up people now for a $50 yearly subscription to our membership program to support our research. Select candidates will be given access to the special Planners Lounge Forum to discuss foregen’s ideas, strategies and projects with foregen board members and contributers.

Click here to become a foregen member now.

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2 Responses to Foregen Update: Membership and forums are open, application for U.S. non-profit status submitted

  1. Chris S says:

    I’m proud to have been one of the first to sign up for the $50 yearly subscription!

  2. Kyle says:

    Subscribed. One more step in right direction.

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