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MAKE A DONATION

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Help us protect children from being wrongly removed from loving homes due to medically-based wrongful allegations of abuse. The Family Justice Resource Center relies on donations to sustain our incredibly important work advocating for families and protecting children. To make a contribution, use the buttons below. As a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, all donations to the Family Justice Resource Center are tax deductible, as applicable. Thank you for defending due process and evidence-based medicine!

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ATTEND AN EVENT

The Family Justice Resource Center regularly hosts fundraising events, training seminars, virtual benefits, and other programs throughout the year. Check out our calendar feed of recent and upcoming events below!

Stay tuned for upcoming events!

Thursday, June 7th — 7 PM CST

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Celebrating Family Justice Heroes

Join us for an evening of honoring our 2024 Family Justice Heroes and celebrating our progress in protecting children and fighting for family rights! Our brief program will include an award presentation, a guest speaker, and a recap of our advocacy and case wins!

We are excited to honor Carolyn Kubitschek & David Lansner for their brilliant work over decades on behalf of children and families and to celebrate the FJRC's pioneering work on “Medical Miranda” legislation in Illinois.

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Legislation

SUPPORT OUR LEGISLATIVE EFFORTS

The Family Justice Resource Center is actively working towards child welfare policy reform at the state and federal level to protect innocent families and prevent harm to children. Follow along with our policy efforts and learn how you can support our advocacy. 

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PARTNER WITH US

We need your help to support wrongly accused parents and advocate for child welfare reform. If you would like to partner with by inviting the FJRC to speak at community events, sharing ideas for addressing the policies and practices that lead to wrongful allegations, volunteering to assist with advocacy and events, or something else, please reach out below.

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