REGISTER NOW: The Indiana Family Institute 2023 Fall Dinner
IFI’s annual Fall Dinner is just around the corner, and we hope you’ll consider joining us for a memorable evening spent with Ambassador Sam Brownback and members of Indiana’s legislature.
We’re excited to welcome over a dozen pro-family state legislators and their spouses at the event, where we will honor them for their 100% score on the 2023 Legislative Scorecard. We hope you’ll embrace this opportunity to thank them in person for their excellent service to Hoosier citizens and the Kingdom of God.
We look forward to hearing from Ambassador Sam Brownback, who has spent his career fighting for religious freedom here in America and abroad. Late last year, his own religious freedom nonprofit, the National Committee for Religious Freedom (NCRF), was targeted by JPMorgan Chase Bank for its religious affiliations. The nonprofit’s account was closed without explanation and Chase demanded a list of donors and political candidates they intended to endorse as a condition of having the account reinstated. NCRF is not the only conservative organization to experience a targeted financial attack like this one, and the phenomenon has recently been termed “debanking.”
“We are concerned that religious institutions, houses of worship, and people of all faiths are at risk of having their business, credit, or even personal or private bank accounts terminated for any or no reason at all,” Brownback wrote in a letter to Chase’s CEO.
Brownback shared that dozens of other conservative organizations have experienced similar cancellations by their providers, including several Family Policy Councils from around the country. Despite all of this, Brownback will present a timely message of hope for the future of our nation, including fighting corporations who discriminate against people of faith and winning.
I’d love for you to join us in hearing from Ambassador Brownback on October 14th, and consider sponsoring a table for this exciting event. Your sponsorship helps generously support the work of Indiana Family Institute.