With your gift to EPPC, you join a close community of supporters—forged over nearly 5 decades—united by the mission of bringing Judeo-Christian principles to bear on contemporary questions of law, culture, and politics.
With progressives in power in the White House and on Capitol Hill, and left-wing ideology advancing rapidly through business, technology, culture, and education, threats are accelerating to America’s orthodox religious communities and constitutional tradition.
EPPC’s stable of experts is already working to combat these threats—both in the public square, and behind the scenes through their close engagement with policymakers—but we need your help to continue this crucial work.
As a 501(c)(3) organization, EPPC is supported entirely by charitable contributions from individuals and foundations, and donations to EPPC are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
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“Within every wise public policy there is a hard kernel of ethical understanding. The Ethics and Public Policy Center helps keep Washington conscious of and conscientious about the kernels.”
George F. Will
“The Center is a pillar of moral seriousness and a beacon of moral clarity. Through its conferences and publications, it offers indispensable and profound analyses of the most important moral and political issues of our time—from matters of war and peace to the challenges technology raises for human freedom and dignity. It is a uniquely valuable institution.”
Leon R. Kass
“Ryan Anderson is among our nation’s leading thinkers on morality and public policy. His writings on religious liberty, marriage, and the common good are filled with insights and profoundly illuminate critically important questions. I look forward to continuing to work with the Ethics and Public Policy Center under his leadership.”
“The Ethics and Public Policy Center is a wonderful resource for creative and savvy policy proposals that are faithful to America’s founding principles. I regularly draw on the broad-ranging expertise of EPPC scholars.”
“No other organization in Washington does as good a job at getting journalists to think about religion, ethics, and the deeper issues that shape politics and world affairs.”
“EPPC is simply a great collection of talented scholars who engage with the most important issues like no other think tank does. Our friends here defend a moral authority that is external, definable, and transcendent—a role unique to EPPC.”
“The Ethics and Public Policy Center plays a crucial role as a center from which radiate first-rate ideas and critiques concerning political, social, and individual morality.”
“The Center has done yeoman work in bringing together people of different voices and views to discuss the cultural and religious issues that are so important in our public life and central to our politics.”