Founded in 1992, the North Carolina Family Policy Council is a nonpartisan, nonprofit research and education organization dedicated to the preservation of the family and traditional family values.
Our mission is to strengthen the family by educating North Carolinians on public policy issues that impact the family and equipping citizens to be voices of persuasion on behalf of traditional family values in their localities.
As a statewide organization focusing on public policy, our offices are located in the city where most of those policies are madethe capital city of Raleigh. With our office located just minutes from the North Carolina General Assembly and other state offices, we monitor the activity of state government and are involved at numerous levels of the policymaking process.
We work closely with other organizations and often provide speakers and conduct educational seminars for a variety of groups on various public policy issues. Our staff are frequently contacted by members of the press to gain our perspective on issues.
As an independent 501(c)(3) research and education organization, the North Carolina Family Policy Council is supported entirely by the generosity of our donors. We are engaged in a battle to retain the Judeo-Christian values that are the foundation of western civilization. These are the same values which supported the establishment of the United States and which are embodied in the Ten Commandments and in the founding documents of our nation.