FFRF does more with my dollars than any other organization I know. Their advocacy for non-theists is tireless. I am comforted to know they are working on these issues, even when my own energies flag.
Love the work they do! This is so important, protecting our constitution
I first learned about FFRF 10 years ago. I was so impressed with the effectiveness of this organization that I immediately donated and became a member. I believe in this organization so strongly that I have become increasingly involved over the years. This is a top notch organization, extremely well run, amazingly effective and they have an exceptionally talented staff. Their legal work to promote the constitutional principle of separation of state and church is impressive year after year. FFRF has grown dramatically and yet they continue to maintain excellence across the board – very impressive. I cannot say enough positive things about this organization.
FFRF is the most effective organization to support the views of non-theists and, thus, respecting the wall of separation between state and church, as Thomas Jefferson introduced in the founding of this nation.
The FFRF (Freedom From Religion Foundation) is an awesome organization. This non-profit corrects church/state separation problems across the United States, responding to citizens who complain about violations in their own communities. This organization is the height of efficiency. What impresses me the most is how much work they get done and the speed at which they work. They respond almost immediately to any request that is submitted regarding a state/church separation issue. The lawyers get right to work and many times the issue is corrected immediately with just a friendly letter but if needed the FFRF is ready to take legal action in court. All this is done while keeping costs of running the organization low. They are also involved in charitable giving around the world. I really appreciate all the work and effort put forth by the staff and volunteers of this great organization.
I've been a member and supporter of the FFRF for many years. And while I have also held memberships with various secular, atheist, and humanist organizations, no organization does as much as the FFRF to fight for the Constitutional separation of church and State and promote normalcy for nonbelievers. At the same time, their leadership models kindness and generosity toward the victims of religious extremism, and they reach out a helping hand to activists around the world who risk their lives to support our shared freethought values.
Their excellent attorneys, staff, and volunteers work tirelessly for reason and against superstition and religious scams of all kinds. They are very frugal with their expenditures and I feel that by donating to them, I am getting more bang for my buck than anywhere else.
Kudos to the FFRF!
As a longtime supporter of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, I never cease to be amazed by their untiring work to maintain a clear separation of church and state in government and public life. Not surprisingly, their efforts to make sure that public officials respect the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution, which not only forbids the government from establishing an official religion, but also prohibits government actions that unduly favor one religion over another, generate a lot of angry mail and sometimes threats from people who mistakenly believe that America is simply a Christian nation, which it is not. I've also been impressed by how efficiently the organization is run, and how effective it has been in its work. Not surprisingly, the FFRF receives a well-deserved four-star rating from Charity Navigator.
I’m a former devout Mormon. I would like to see more secular friendly businesses around here. My area here in Clinton, Utah declined having a Chili’s business come to town because they served alcohol in a bar. So now we have only one restauraunt, a Chinese place not allowed to serve alcohol. Can we change this?
Hello FFRI Members im Marx i live here in the Philippines,I was an atheist activist i was promoting and advocating Freedom from Religion and separation of Church and states i advocate Atheism here in our University and our city,even its was very scary because of the Threat of this Religious Christian rebels and Isis Terrorist Fanatics in our Land in Mindanao.I was still promoting it because i hope someday the People will learn and understand Science.You can contact me here :( email@example.com ) or help my Atheist Advocacy to reach to our people.I need financial help to boost our Freedom from Religion.
The most important amendment is the first. It protects everybody's freedom to think and speak for themselves. They do a fantastic job of protecting this amendment and these rights which are under attack now. These attacks have to be countered now before it's too late and we're fighting from a very disadvantaged position!
In my young adulthood I was a fifth-generation Baptist minister. I saw the light that religion was all man-made and that there was no supernatural being in charge of the universe. I left religious ministry, went back to graduate school to become a PhD of Clinical Psychology. I joined FFRF many years ago and have found this non-profit to be incredibly well-run and helpful in separation of church and state. This organization does a great job in a most important realm -- we are a secular nation, not a religious one. Everyone is free to believe or not believe as he or she sees fit.
FFRF does exactly what they say they'll do. I know that evfery dollar I give them will be used just the way they promise.
A terrific organization that is fighting the good fight to maintain separation between church and state in the United States.
--One of the finest protectors of the United States Constitution with its emphasis on the separation of state and church. Professional, ethical and exact with its analysis of the guaranteed protections due citizens from undue religious self-righteousness, FFRF captures the essence of constitutional protections.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation may well be said to be among the most patriotic of organizations, for its utter determination to uphold the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment, keeping State and Church SEPARATE. In so doing, it aids in leveling the playing field for ALL religious practitioners, as well as for those of us who practice NO religion. I personally feel myself privileged to have been able to work with Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor in assisting with their efforts, through the Northern Ohio Freethought Society.
These are good people doing good work, full stop.
This non profit focuses on an underserved minority in America with detailed attention and a respect for the values in our Constitution. Not only do they prevent abuses of the first amendment, they educate others on its importance. Hoensty and integrity are promoted across the country by this wonderful group.
I first heard about FFRF in 2007 after which I subscribed to the monthly magazine/newsletter. I joined shortly thereafter and subsequently became a lifetime member. I especially admire the courage and commitment of the staff in confronting public officials for their violations of the 1st Amendment. I thought that the Supreme Court decision in the early 60s that deemed school prayer to be against church-state separation had essentially solved that problem, but FFRF's constant vigilance has revealed the ways that religious individuals and groups work hard to impose their beliefs on everyone else. Keep up the good work; you have my support.
I find Freethought Today to be a refreshing change from the constant pro-belief attitude so prevalent here in Texas. FFRF fights for the acceptance of non-believers as equal citizens and to not have other's religions shoved in our faces as if that is their right.
FFRF is critical to upholding the Constitution in its clea separation of church and state. We are not to be a theocracy. We are a diverse nation of multiple faiths and secular spiritual choices. I applaud FFRF for its courage and support them wholeheartedly!
Unabashed champion of the rights of non-believers.
Helping to keep religion out of politics and making the public aware there is a sizable number of people who dont believe in popular myths and superstitions.