What We Believe

In America, we have the unique opportunity, regardless of the circumstances of our birth, to build a better, safer and more prosperous future for ourselves, our children and grandchildren, and our communities. This is our legacy.

However, the values that have made this possible — hard work, individual freedom, free enterprise, and opportunity for all — have been undermined by a heavy-handed government and its allies on the hard Left.

Too much money has been wasted, too much power has been taken from states, local communities and families, growth and innovation have been stifled, and our safety, national sovereignty and common culture have been undermined.

America is the greatest nation in the world, but if we can turn this around, we can be greater than ever before.

What We Do

The center of power in America is still the individual citizen, and working together we have a remarkable ability to move policy and move Washington, D.C. in a better direction. At American Legacy Center, our goal is to make that easier.

Working with a variety of respected, center-right figures with important messages to communicate, we undertake large scale issue advocacy projects focused on the most pressing issues of the day.

Benghazi hero Kris “Tanto” Paronto listens to a question from an audience member at a ‘Leading from the Front’ Town Hall meeting in Wilkes-Barre, PA.

Audience member asks Kris Paronto a question during a ‘Leading from the Front’ Town Hall meeting.

“Angel Mom” Laura Wilkerson discussing Immigration Enforcement on Varney & Co.

Regardless of the issue at hand, each project is meant to highlight a problem, build support for better solutions, and hold elected officials accountable.

We do this through a variety of activities, including everything from email and digital marketing, to regular online video series, to op-eds and media appearances, to in-person, public events in strategic areas.

As an organization, we are overwhelmingly funded by small, grassroots donations from our supporters around the country. These donations are not tax-deductible. This grassroots support helps us to continuously reach out and find new members, create new content, and market our messages effectively both on and offline.

Lastly, as a 501(c)(4) nonprofit, we do not endorse or contribute to political candidates. While we regularly weigh in on the positions and records of certain candidates and elected officials, our resources do not directly support anyone’s election or defeat.


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