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Double Your Impact this Giving Tuesday

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Today is Giving Tuesday, a national day of giving celebrated each year on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving.

On this day of generosity, we mark the beginning of the Christmas season and remember the true reason for this holy time of year.

Here at the ACLJ, we are incredibly grateful for your generosity and consistent support of our work here at home and across the globe. We could not fight for religious liberty, in defense of persecuted Christians, or to defeat Big Abortion and save innocent babies without you.

On this Giving Tuesday, we ask for your continued support as we fight aggressively to protect our shared values – here in America and abroad.

As 2018 comes to an end, we still face massive legal attacks – including in defense of Israel at the anti-Semitic U.N., fighting Deep State lawlessness, and saving unborn babies at the Supreme Court. Each of these critical cases is causing a major drain on our resources.

To ensure the ACLJ continues to have the necessary resources for these vital fights, please consider making a Tax-Deductible donation today – on Giving Tuesday – to the ACLJ through our year-end Matching Challenge. Your gift will be DOUBLED dollar-for-dollar.

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