National Association of Parents Blog

National Association of Parents Blog

The National Association of Parents is the collective voice of parents in the USA supporting the right of parents to raise their children as they decide so long as the children are not harmed, funding children’s medical research and child abuse prevention, supporting parents and children battling and coping with serious medical issues, shaping public policy through education and lobbying and flexing economic power in the marketplace for the benefit of our members. As a public service member association for all parents − single mothers, single fathers, married and unmarried couples − we preserve and support the parent-child relationship by providing free legal services to parents fighting to protect their rights, by bringing strategic litigation, and by advocating for legislative and policy reforms. We also will use the collective voice of parents to obtain discounts on products and services by flexing our market power and will provide an online community where parents can find others in similar situations for support and to share information.

Chris Glasgow


  1. Russell Halford Says: August 11, 2018 at 1:42 pm

    How many members strong is this organization? How long has it been established? If I don’t have any money, what can I do to forward the cause?

    • David Delugas Says: August 12, 2018 at 2:42 pm

      The National Association of Parents gained IRS 501(c)(3) status in 2013 and has been working since then to grow its membership of parents who support its efforts including providing pro bono (free) legal services defending parents charged with crimes when their children were not hurt and NOT in danger of being hurt. If a parent is unable to become a member and pay the $19 membership dues or is unable to donate a few dollars or more so that we can increase our efforts, we understand. Support our efforts by telling other parents about us. When talking with friends, family and strangers, don’t agree that the government gets to tell parents how to raise their children . . . unless necessary to prevent actual harm to a child. That isn’t just our position, it IS the opinion of the U. S. Supreme Court. We only put forth that position of our Supreme Court! Use this #: #parentslove –> #parentsdecide

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