FPCAF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded on a philosophy of natural rights, with an unambiguous Purpose, consistent values, and clear Mission to fight for the People, liberty, private property, and freedom. FPCAF is made up of a Team of advocates who maintain fidelity to the Organization’s Purpose, have an unwavering commitment to the Organization’s vision, and work hard every day to achieve the Mission for the People. All operations maintain alignment with the Organization’s Purpose, values, and Mission.
CURRENT AREAS OF OPERATION
- Conduct strategic litigation and file “friend of the court” briefings in order to invalidate and enjoin enforcement of unconstitutional laws;
- Build precedent for future litigation strategies;
- Defend existing and create new opportunities for the People’s exercise of fundamental rights; and,
- Shift approaches in judicial review towards a constitutionally consistent mode of scrutiny in support of the Mission.
RESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIP
- Through staff, scholars, legal experts, and others:
- conduct research on history, law, and the operation of government; and,
- publish research, records, and findings in academic journals and publicly-available databases and publications; and,
- promote such research, records, and findings in news and media outlets.
Though educational programs, social communications, and partnerships, support the development of personal knowledge and growth of a nation-wide movement of informed, vocal individuals who adopt and promote the philosophy of natural rights, individual liberty, and private property, especially but not limited to the right to keep and bear arms, freedom of speech, due process, privacy/encryption, and other key issue areas.
TALK WITH US
- General inquiries: [email protected]
- News media: [email protected]
- Phone: (855) 422-7522
- Twitter/Instagram: @gunpolicyfdn
- Facebook: facebook.com/firearmspolicyfoundation
HOW TO SUPPORT
SOME OF OUR WORK
- Guedes v. BATFE: Case challenging ATF's unconstitutional ban on "bump-stock-type devices"
- NYSRPA v. Bruen: Case from New York involving the right to bear arms in public.
- Caniglia v. Strom, et al.: Case about whether a “community caretaking” exception to the Fourth Amendment’s warrant requirement extends to the home.
- N.J. v. Sonnabend: Lawsuit challenging school bans on clothing that depict firearms.
Young v. Hawaii: Challenging Hawaii’s laws and policies that prevent law-abiding people from exercising their right to carry firearms in public for self-defense.