Last Chance: Make you Year-End Gift Today

December 31, 2016


The New Year is just around the corner. You have less than 48 hours to make your year-end gift to protect faith, family, and freedom before time runs out.

And we are now just $21,295 away from meeting our $45,000 Year-End Budget Goal.

Can I count on you to make a donation of $1,000, $250, $100, or even $25 right now to help us reach our goal?

The Texas Legislative Session starts January 10 and the Radical Left is already on the move. Liberal Democrats have already filed a bill to trample your religious freedom and force every private business in Texas to open its women’s bathrooms for men.

Your support by year’s end will allow Texas Values Action to capitalize on the election’s momentum to stop these radical attacks. It will also ensure Texas Values Action can:

  • Pass a state law assuring women and girls have privacy and safety in their bathrooms, showers, and locker rooms.
  • Champion bills to ban horrific dismemberment abortions and protect the religious freedom of Texans, including Texas faith-based adoption and foster care facilities and county clerks and justices of the peace.
  • Produce our Faith and Family Scorecard, a critical accountability tool for Texas voters to see how their state legislators voted on the values that matter to Texans.

If you haven’t already given, I hope you will prayerfully consider giving by midnight, December 31. Please CLICK HERE to donate quickly and securely on the Texas Values Action website.

Texas Values Action has a bold and achievable plan for seizing the moment in the 2017 Texas Legislative Session and beyond. But we can’t do it without your generous, even sacrificial support.

Funds for Texas Values Action, the 501(c)(4) advocacy arm of Texas Values, can be much harder to raise…but they can make a larger impact in the political arena.

Will you make your largest and most generous year-end gift to Texas Values Action today?


Thank you in advance for joining us in advocating for the faith, family, and freedom of Texans in the political arena.

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