Rise to the challenge to defend your religious freedom
$11.8 million needed by December 31
The end of the year is just days away, and we are praying for a strong finish. Alliance Defending Freedom needs $11.8 million by December 31 to defend people of faith right now—and in the year ahead.
With new threats to your freedoms emerging rapidly, we must be prepared.
Thankfully, generous Ministry Friends who realize how critical this need is have provided a $1 million challenge grant. They hope to inspire you to give to further the impact for freedom.
Please don’t let this opportunity go to waste.
Your gift helps defend people of faith under threat
Every year, ADF receives thousands of legal requests. Many of these requests come from people of faith who are being punished for living out their beliefs. They are small business owners, church members, and students—everyday people like you who simply want to honor God with their life and work.
They desperately need help to defend their God-given freedoms. And because ADF doesn’t charge clients for the legal defense we provide, they need your help to fund these important legal battles.
That’s why your tax-deductible year-end gift is urgently needed now.
Your gift will help pave the way to victory
Thanks to your prayers and support, ADF has won 11 cases at the United States Supreme Court since 2011. Together, we have achieved huge victories for our freedoms.
But litigating a case all the way to the Supreme Court is expensive. These cases can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars from beginning to end.
And we still have important cases pending at the high court—involving clients like Chike Uzuegbunam and Barronelle Stutzman—along with dozens of cases at lower courts throughout the nation.
We know that when we show up and fight, we can WIN! (John 15:5)
And we are fully confident that many more victories lie ahead—but only if you help us show up for the fight.
Please rise to the challenge with your year-end gift of $20, $50, $100, or more today.
Whatever you give before December 31 will also be eligible for a tax deduction next year.