Family Research Council, Inc.
Rating: 3.67 stars 6 6 reviews
801 G St Nw Washington DC 20001 USA
The Family Research Council (FRC) champions marriage and family as the foundation of civilization, the seedbed of virtue, and the wellspring of society. FRC shapes public debate and formulates public policy that values human life and upholds the institutions of marriage and the family. Believing that God is the author of life, liberty, and the family, FRC promotes the Judeo-Christian worldview as the basis for a just, free, and stable society.
Education & research - education: FRC education initiatives were undertaken via mail, print, audiotape and video tape, live radio and television, an internet site, and organizational events. Government and media relations served as a resource for congress, handling dozens of requests for data, research, and analysis of family policy issues; developed and distributed action alerts to catalyst recipients; and responded to executive branch activity affecting the family.
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2 people found this review helpful
This organization supports "mom and apple pie" issues. These include:
1. The basic family unit of mom, dad, and children which has been the foundation of human society for thousands of years.
2. That life should be protected, and those least able to defend themselves (babies in the womb) deserve the most protection of all.
1 person found this review helpful
FRC from it's inception has shown the integrity required not only to serve families, but provide (in)credible information as a public resource. As shown by their references on this site, the group is well organized and with it's Christian roots, is not just mandated to lovingly serve, but does so intrinsically.
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