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You're already a friend of the family, of course. But we want to invite you to take your commitment to families one step further by joining a special group of our most loyal supporters, called Friends of the Family.

"Who are Friends of the Family?"

Friends of the Family are key partners who faithfully support family ministry with practical monthly gifts.

As a member, you'll provide families with the help they need most: helpful radio broadcasts . . . marriage and parenting guidance . . . an incredible variety of printed, audio and video resources . . . crisis counseling . . . and much more.

But most of all, you'll help people who can't afford the assistance they need.

JOIN FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY NOW!

"How will my regular gifts help families?"

$20 a month can . . .

Connect a hurting family with the help they need — regardless of their financial situation.

$40 a month can . . .

Support a struggling single parent. Help promote a biblical, pro-family perspective in our culture.

$50 a month can . . .

Assist a new couple in building a strong, lasting marriage. Equip parents with tools and guidance to raise thriving kids.

$100 a month can . . .

Help find a loving family for a child waiting in foster care. Encourage a young mother to choose life for her baby — and provide support for the road ahead.

You may be able to pledge even more. But no matter how much you give each month, you'll help provide meaningful assistance to families worldwide.

JOIN FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY NOW!

You're already a friend of the family, of course. But we want to invite you to take your commitment to families one step further by joining a special group of our most loyal supporters, called Friends of the Family.

Impacting the Culture

Focus on the Family's No Apologies curriculum is at the forefront in changing mindsets and behaviors of teenagers all over the world. No Apologies is a character-based abstinence education program designed to teach young people between age 12 and 22 the "truth about life, love, and sex."

No Apologies includes a purity pledge, and in a 2011 survey of more than 1,500 No Apologies students in Malaysia, 92% of students who had committed to sexual purity had kept the pledge. The study demonstrates how effective No Apologies is when it comes to changing the way young people think about self worth, abstinence, and decision making. In South Africa, for instance, 62% of children are born out of wedlock, and there are an estimated 2.1 million children who are orphans because of the AIDS virus. Focus on the Family Africa has used the No Apologies program to take the lead in promoting abstinence, not safe sex, as the route to curbing the spread of AIDS, and creating more stable family situations.

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