IRFA works for a day when…
Faith-based organizations understand and exercise their religious freedom rights.
Faith-based organizations can persuasively defend their distinctive identities and practices and show how these are vital to the good they do in society.
Faith-based organizations are alert to threats, and mobilize to defend their legitimate freedoms.
Lawyers are equipped to advise faith-based organizations about their religious freedom rights and how to exercise those rights.
Federal, state, and local policymakers support legislative and administrative measures that protect institutional religious freedom.
Faith-based organizations can receive government funds without sacrificing their religious identity and faith-shaped standards.