Where Would American Families Be Without the American Family Association?

It’s hard to imagine how different the culture might look without the American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net), which this summer is marking 40 years of working diligently toward culture change in America.

From far-reaching and impactful boycotts calling out companies that don’t uphold family ideals and traditional values, to educating Americans on pressing issues of policy that affects their daily lives.

“My father, Don Wildmon, started the American Family Association in 1977 to be a significant presence on the frontlines of America’s culture war,” said AFA President Tim Wildmon. “Four decades ago, he had no idea how far God would lead this ministry, but everyone could clearly see that my father was called toward restoring Christian values in our culture. Today, we are blessed that so many have been impacted by his vision and our ongoing work.”

Thus far this year, AFA has impacted the culture with its highly successful #BoycottTarget initiative, which has garnered more than 1.5 million signatures from those in opposition to the retailer’s dangerous and misguided restroom and fitting room policy

Likewise, AFA’s Action Alerts have brought many pressing issues to Americans’ attention, including Christian business owners who fought back against a progressive agenda, that pro-life provisions in the Obamacare repeal are non-negotiable; the defunding of Planned Parenthood, the appointment of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, the state of Texas protecting children’s privacy, stopping physician-assisted suicide in Washington, D.C., plus many more.

These alerts are distributed to more than a million AFA friends and supporters, who take action in tangible ways and have a loud and clear voice across the nation.

To interview a representative from American Family Association about the organization’s 40th anniversary, contact Beth Harrison, 610.584.1096, ext. 104, Media@HamiltonStrategies.com, or Deborah Hamilton, 215.815.7716 or 610.584.1096, ext. 102.