Dear Friend of the Natural Family — As you know, the International Organization for the Family (IOF) is the leading group worldwide pushing back against George Soros’ leftist agenda designed to remake the family through the imposition of leftist policies like abortion on demand and the redefinition of marriage. Soros has been worried about IOF’s effectiveness for some time now, and for good reason.
This past May as a demonstration of our commitment and power to push back against the Soros agenda, IOF gathered thousands of pro-family leaders in Hungary, Soros’s homeland, at the World Congress of Families XI Budapest Family Summit. The World Congress was an overwhelming success, as IOF helped educate, equip and engage thousands of activists who will return home to pursue pro-family work and ministries.
In response to our success in Budapest, Soros’s Open Society of sexual radicals published a report that warned it’s members that at “the international level these groups [IOF] are no longer merely on the defensive or reactive; they are strategic and proactive.”
Soros is right. The International Organization for the Family no longer simply plays defense against Soros and his ilk; we are on offense, proactively working to advance the natural family even as we combat the left led by George Soros.
Soros is also watching whether we can raise the $100,000 in matching funds that expires on Labor Day. Let’s make sure he watches with amazement as the pro-family community rallies to help us reach our $100,000 goal!
We have less than week left in this critical matching campaign. Let’s all respond with a monthly pledge and send a message to George Soros that the game has changed and that there’s a powerful force being marshalled by IOF to defend and promote the natural family.
Thanks to a generous supporter, every donation received by IOF through Labor Day will be matched dollar for dollar, and monthly pledges will be matched for an entire year! Your $15 pledge will result in IOF receiving $180 thanks to the matching gift offer.
The International Organization for the Family (IOF) depends on voluntary contributions from individuals, businesses and organizations to support its work. IOF receives no government funding of any kind. IOF is an international network of pro-family organizations, scholars, leaders and inter-faith people of goodwill from more than 80 countries that seek to protect and promote the natural family as the fundamental social unit and the ‘seedbed’ of civil society (as found in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights).