About FFRF FAQ

What Else Does FFRF Do?

FFRF works as an umbrella for those who are free from religion and are committed to the cherished principle of separation of state and church.

• Publishes Freethought Today, the only freethought newspaper in the United States
• Sponsors six annual student essay contests with major cash awards, student activist awards and other scholarships
• Conducts lively, annual national conventions, honoring state/church, student, and freethought activism
• Maintains a Strategic Response Team, full time D.C. lobbyist and legislative action alerts
• Bestows “The Emperor Has No Clothes” Award to public figures for “plain-speaking on religion”
• Promotes freedom from religion with educational books, literature, music CDs
• Provides speakers for events and debates
• Maintains its historic office, Freethought Hall, with major library, studio, auditorium
• Broadcasts Freethought Radio, Freethought Matters TV show, and FFRF’s Ask an Atheist
• Places freethought billboards, bus signs and other advertising

DON'T MISS OUT! 

Many ways to get involved:

• Get 10 issues of Freethought Today, FFRF’s lively 24-page newspaper reporting fully on FFRF lawsuits, state-church complaints, victories and members. (Available in print, digitally and mobile friendly.)
• Get discounts on convention registration.
• Receive your cheering Freethought of the Day via email (ffrf.org/day).
• Sign up for FFRF press releases, blogs and action alerts. FFRF will also email you about any state/church separation actions, legislative issues or FFRF functions in your area.
• Receive financial and business information, including FFRF’s annual Statement of Activities, via Private Line’s twice-a-year, member-only newsletter.

Your membership dues support:

• FFRF’s activism and hardworking staff of more than 25 full-time employees.
• Ongoing, significant lawsuits, plus eight staff attorneys, two legal fellows and two legal assistants ending hundreds of state/church violations without having to go to court.
• FFRF’s media and billboard campaigns to heighten freethought visibility.
• More than 20 regional chapters serving local members.
• FFRF’s educational campaigns, including action alerts, news releases and our significant website resources and social media outreach.

How Can I Join FFRF?

FFRF is a non-profit, educational organization. All dues and donations are deductible for income-tax purposes.

FFRF has received a 4 star rating from Charity Navigator

FFRF is a member of the Secular Coalition for America

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