Three Ways Congress Can Protect Immigrant Families

Many members of Congress are weighing in and urging the administration to end separating families, but more must join the chorus of opposition.

Act Now

Updates & Resources

  1. Statement World Refugee Day Opening Remarks 

    WASHINGTON, DC - In commemoration of World Refugee Day, Rep. Ted W. Lieu (D-Los Angeles County) will join Members of Congress, Minnesota State Rep. Ilhan Omar, refugees and faith leaders to talk about Congress’s bipartisan commitment to welcome and protect refugees.

  2. Advocacy Corps 2018-2019 

    Meet the 2018-2019 class of Advocacy Corps Organizers. These twenty young adults from around the U.S. will be organizing their communities to stop the militarization of police.

  3. Update Korea Talks – Progress and Now Comes the Hard Part 

    The agreement President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un signed in Singapore today to take steps toward denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and a lasting peace agreement is a hopeful first step toward reducing the possibility of war.

  4. Because of You

    Your support makes it possible to advocate for peace, justice, and an earth restored.

    Donate Now
  1. Where witness meets advocacy: FCNL's new Quaker Welcome Center on Capitol Hill. Learn more 
All News

FCNL Events

Join a community of friends in events around the country.

Find events near you 


  1. Those Who Cannot Remember the Past are Doomed to Repeat It 
    1. Wednesday, June 27 at 6:30 p.m. EST in the Quaker Welcome Center
  2. Witness Wednesday: A story of faith and action from Quaker educator Kate English 
    1. Wednesday, June 20 at 6:30 PM EST in the Quaker Welcome Center

Who is FCNL?


Constituents around the country work with FCNL to build relationships with their members of Congress and change policies.

Find resources for advocacy


Our professional lobbyists are known for their integrity and principled analysis.

More about our work on the Hill


Friends are at the core of our work, in the way we approach policy change, and in the positions we advocate.

More about Quakers