The Central Florida Freethought Community is an official chapter of the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) and an affiliate of the Florida Humanist Association and the American Humanist Association. Our partnership with FFRF allows us to work with one of the most effective and prolific state-church watchdog organizations in the country. They have an excellent online resource at http://ffrf.org/faq/state-church. Check that site if you have specific questions and be in touch with us if you have a question about a local practice regarding equal access, establishment, free speech, or freedom of expression. We are here to help.
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Florida Letters of Complaint
Below we have published the letters the Freedom From Religion Foundation and other organizations have sent in Florida and were provided to CFFC for public release or obtained elsewhere on the Internet. Feel free to link back to this page or the direct links.
Humanist Invocation Request - Seminole County
Humanist Invocation Request - Lake County
Humanist Invocation Request - Osceola County
Humanist Invocation Request - Volusia County
Humanist Invocation Request - Brevard County
Humanist Invocation Request - City of Orlando
Humanist Invocation Request - City of Winter Park
DeLand - City Seal (AU)
Pinellas Park - Bible, Prayer, etc.
North Miami - Natl Day of Prayer
St. Johns County Schools - Graduation Prayer
Saint Augustine - Blessing of the Fleet (AU)
Saint Augustine - Blessing of the Fleet
St. Petersburg - Government Prayer
Orange County Schools - Bible Distribution
Orange County Schools - Church Partnerships
Oviedo - Government Prayer
Cape Coral - Ten Commandments
Cape Coral - Government Prayer
Orange County Sheriff - 40 Days of Prayer
Inspirational Message Law Form Letter (AU) (sent to all Florida School Boards)
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is a national membership organization with a Board of Directors selected by members and a governing Executive Council selected by the Board of Directors. The Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization. Non-profit status under the Internal Revenue Code, Section 501(c)3, was recognized originally in 1978, with a final tax-exempt determination in 1980. Contributions are deductible under Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code for federal income tax purposes. Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers and gifts to or for the use of the Freedom From Religion Foundation are deductible for federal estate and gift tax purposes under the provisions of Sections 2055, 2106 and 2522 of the Code. The Foundation, a membership group open to the public, has been classified as an organization which is not a private foundation.
The Foundation is funded by membership dues and specific gifts. It holds an annual convention and membership meeting, publishes a monthly newspaper and broadcasts a weekly radio show. Detailed annual financial statements are provided to all members, and the tax-exempt Foundation files an annual 990 Form accounting for its expenditures. The Foundation engages in publishing books and pamphlets, in producing films and music, in awarding scholarships and in conducting court challenges of violations of the separation between church and state.
For more information visit: www.ffrf.org
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, based in Madison, Wis., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational charity, is the nation's largest association of freethinkers (atheists, agnostics), and has been working since 1978 to keep religion and government separate.