He’s all she has left in the world, but he can’t protect her alone. He’s going to need our help. From the day she was born, Jaime (all names changed for privacy) was her dad’s princess and his world. And even when things between parents Brad and April fell apart, they still worked together to…

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This year we set our most ambitious Giving Tuesday goal yet, and we missed it by only $3,400. All told, this Giving Tuesday raised $26,600.00 for the Parental Rights Foundation. Our goal for one-day giving was $30,000: half from matching grants secured in advance, and the other half from all of you. While we fell…

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#GivingTuesday is here! Will you support families by helping us reach our one-day donation goal of $30,000 to educate courts, policy makers, and the public on the need to preserve parental rights? Today only, the first $15,000 given to the Parental Rights Foundation will be matched, right up to our $30,000 goal. Your contribution will…

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Tomorrow, December 3, the Parental Rights Foundation will be going live from Washington, D.C., throughout the day as we celebrate #GivingTuesday†. Thanks to matching grants from generous donors, the first $15,000 we raise will be doubled—all the way to our one-day goal of $30,000. The Parental Rights Foundation is an entirely donor-funded 501(c)(3) charitable organization…

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As we gather with our families this year, we will be giving thanks for you! We are beyond grateful for your courage and faithfulness to stand with us to defend families through the protection of parental rights. Thanks to you, we have been able to speak up before the Texas Supreme Court through an amicus…

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A parental rights case that bears a striking resemblance to Troxel is going before the Texas Supreme Court, and could be on its way to the U.S. Supreme Court—and the Parental Rights Foundation is weighing in! The last time parental rights came before the U.S. Supreme Court was in Troxel v. Granville, 530 U.S. 57…

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Yesterday was Election Day in Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Virginia, and New Jersey. So, this morning our news here in Northern Virginia is all about what happened and what we can expect come January, even while around us we seem to be entering a political “dead zone.” Don’t get me wrong. It’s a welcome “dead zone,” when phones…

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Josh Gupta-Kagan, an associate professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law, recently released an article on “America’s Hidden Foster Care System.” The article has been peer-reviewed and is being prepared for an upcoming edition of the Stanford Law Review. In his eye-opening 66-page work, the author calls attention to an often overlooked…

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What better way to introduce important parental rights reforms than to propose them to all 50 states at once? This opportunity may sound unbelievable, but the Parental Rights Foundation has the chance to do exactly that. The Parental Rights Foundation (PRF) is a member of the nonpartisan American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). As the “laboratories…

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I’ve been fighting for parental rights for over ten years, and you might be amazed to hear what I’ve come to believe is the biggest threat to parental rights. Because the biggest threat to the legal rights of families in America today isn’t that more than 2,000 children are removed from their families every three…

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