All applications must be submitted using our online application form.
Apply for a Grant
Below are some of the helpful tips you will need to prepare in advance in order to be able to complete an Alliance Defending Freedom online grant application:
- Attorney’s Resume (for 1st time applicant if you are not an Alliance Defending Freedom Blackstone, YLA, or Summit alumni)
- Names and role of all attorneys involved on the case/project.
- Client information.
- Text and citation of any challenged laws, statute, ordinance, regulation, or other authority.
- Electronic copies of initial filings or dispositive motions, key briefing (i.e. Complaint, Answer, Motion for Summary Judgment, Amicus Brief), and any substantive ruling in the case.
- Information to be considered in advance (Note: It is not acceptable to simply refer to attachments in completing the application):
- Anticipated costs and expenses associated with case or project.
- Prepare a succinct paragraph summarizing the facts of the case.
- Prepare a succinct paragraph of the claims in dispute.
- Prepare a succinct paragraph summarizing the procedural history of the case./li>
In addition to the online application; some additional material must be submitted as exhibits to the application. Please submit application exhibits by:
- Emailing to Grants@ADFlegal.org (Preferred)
- Faxing the additional materials to 480-444-0028, Attn: Grants & Funding Dept.
- Mailing a disk with the materials stored to:
Alliance Defending Freedom
Attn: Grants & Funding Dept.
15100 N. 90th Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
However, whatever method of delivery you use, all required information must be received by our Arizona office before close of business (4:30pm, MST) on the cut-off day.