Your tax-deductible gift helps fund critical cases at the U.S. Supreme Court!
Are you a churchgoer? A student? A small business owner? An artist?
You may have never imagined yourself standing before the U.S. Supreme Court—neither did any of our clients. They are everyday people, just like you, who are taking a brave stand for religious freedom.
No matter who you are, the freedom to advocate for our rights at the highest court in the land cannot be taken for granted. Every case at the U.S. Supreme Court sets legal precedent that can affect future cases and impact your freedom.
Thankfully, God continues to bless Alliance Defending Freedom with opportunities to advocate and win for freedom at the U.S. Supreme Court, and you are a key part of that.
Because of the faithful support of people like you, ADF has become one of the most successful U.S. Supreme Court advocates, having won 11 cases at the high court since 2011.
We cannot back down when our most cherished liberties are threatened. ADF is committed to defending individuals, churches, and other organizations that are willing to take a stand for freedom—all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary.
These people desperately need help to defend their First Amendment freedoms. And because ADF doesn’t charge clients for the legal defense we provide, their fight isn’t possible without you.
This work is wholly dependent on God’s provision (John 15:5) and your prayers and financial gifts. It can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to fund a U.S. Supreme Court case from start to finish.
That’s why your tax-deductible gift today is so critical.
Stand for religious freedom at the U.S. Supreme Court
With multiple cases currently pending at the U.S. Supreme Court, we need your help!
Your tax-deductible gift helps fund these critical cases at the high court, and protects our freedom in America today—and for generations to come.
Will you stand for religious freedom today?
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