WHO WE ARE

The Family Foundation of Kentucky
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WHO WE ARE

The Family Foundation of Kentucky
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Since January 1, 1990, The Family Foundation has stood as a continual bulwark for families and the values that make families strong.  At times it has had to stand against the values and policies that attempt to undermine the cherished status and integrity of the traditional family.

We believe the family is the cornerstone of any culture. It’s the building block of any society today and the potter’s wheel of society tomorrow. Mom and Dad represent the first government ever created on Earth and the first government any child will ever see. They form a nest that will shape, direct, create and re-create the future of that culture through the children that they parent.

It’s our goal that before each executive official acts, before each judge rules and before each legislator votes they will ask themselves, “What will this act, ruling or vote do to the family?”

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Kentucky Values

The Family

The intact family the greatest generator of human capital (knowledge, attitudes, skills and habits of the individual), as well as much financial savings and capital.

Human Sexuality

The context for the full expression of human sexuality is within the bonds of marriage, between one man and one woman. This would help to reverse many of the destructive aspects of the sexual revolution.

Education

Policies should restore responsibility and flexibility to the local school districts, individual teachers, and parents-those who are already closest to and most invested in caring for our children.

Life

Every human life, from conception until death, has inherent dignity. It is a gift to be treasured, not something whose value is conditional upon its usefulness to others or to the State.

Human Dignity

The dignity of every person must be protected and upheld by society. Within that dignity, is a right to privacy and safety. Human trafficking, pornography, and abortion are injustices that must be combatted.

First Amendment

The dignity of every individual entitles them to freedom of thought, speech, association, and religion.

Social Harms

Loving our neighbors and seeking the welfare of our towns, counties, and state requires government to address gambling, drugs, pornography, and other societal harms.

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Your Advocates

Kent Ostrander

Kent Ostrander

Executive Director

Martin Cothran

Martin Cothran

Senior Policy Analyst/Spokesperson

Joyce Ostrander

Joyce Ostrander

Policy Analyst

Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson

Policy Analyst

David Moreland

David Moreland

Regional Coordinator

John Raizor

John Raizor

County Coordinator

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Contact Us

859-255-5400

PO Box 911111
Lexington, KY 40591

PO Box 911111
Lexington, KY 40591

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