2021 National Convention November 19-21 | Boston, MA
FFRF, a small nonprofit, receives thousands of requests a year to help end state/church entanglements. Due to the growing number of reported violations — and the fact that court precedent is often hostile to the constitutional principle of state/church separation — FFRF cannot always take action or end a specific violation. We will assess your request, and do our best under these constraints.
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Before you submit a complaint, please review our Frequently Asked Questions, which contains detailed information on some of the most common complaints and questions we receive.
Please give your report a short but descriptive subject heading:
Describe in detail the state/church violation. Include who, what, when, where, and why, as well as how you learned about the violation. In order for FFRF to take action (if requested), include complete information on offending government institution/official, including names and addresses. If you do not provide complete information, we will not be able to respond or take action on your complaint. Read the FAQ for further information about violations and what to look for. We do not accept file attachments through our webform. If you have a photo, letter, scan or other document to substantiate your complaint, please let us know here. We will request it if necessary.
FFRF bylaws protect its members' and prospective members' identities and FFRF will handle all complaints in confidence. Please provide complete contact information so that we can best assist you.
FFRF is a membership organization (https://ffrf.org/get-involved/join-ffrf). We prioritize complaints from our members.