Final day to stand, Make your Year-End donation


Tomorrow is the New Year! You only have a few hours remaining to make your tax-deductible, year-end gift to Texas Values.

Our $215,000 Year-End Goal is within reach…your support by MIDNIGHT TONIGHT will help ensure we meet our goal and have the resources to lead the fight for our values in 2017.

Thanks to God’s grace and your support, 2016 has been an incredible year.

From our Christmas victory for religious freedom allowing our client to put back up her Charlie Brown Christmas Poster—to our sweeping victory at the Fort Worth ISD protecting privacy and safety of students in public school bathrooms—to stopping Obama’s “Men in Women’s Bathrooms” mandate…these victories will continue our momentum into 2017 where we must advance faith, family, and freedom like never before in the Texas Legislative Session.

But we need your help to reach our goal by midnight tonight.

That’s what it will take for us to successfully defend religious freedom, marriage as the union of one man and one woman, unborn children, and protect the privacy and safety of women and children.

Every gift you make today, large and small, will make a difference in furthering our mission to stand for biblical, Judeo-Christian values throughout Texas. Please prayerfully consider making—while you have it on your mind—your tax-deductible year-end gift to Texas Values by visiting our secure website:

Donate $100, $250, $1,000, $2,500 or even more right now >>

I hope we can count on your support to help us reach our Year-End goal by midnight tonight as so many of our dedicated supporters have already done. If you have already given, I again sincerely thank you for your support.

Please know that Texas Values’ tireless work and leadership in the legal, policy, grassroots, education, and media arenas is only going to grow in importance in 2017.

Don’t hesitate in making an immediate tax-deductible gift today to support the state’s largest and most effective non-profit organization defending faith, family, and freedom.

Our entire team at Texas Values hopes you have a blessed New Year!

Jonathan Saenz
President, Texas Values



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