Frequently Asked Questions

What is TFP Student Action?
TFP Student Action is nationwide network of college students and concerned parents who promote traditional moral values, especially on college campuses. Student Action is a project of the American TFP. TFP stands for Tradition, Family and Property, three essential values of Christian civilization.

Where is your headquarters?

The American TFP's national headquarters is located in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, forty-five minutes west of historic Gettysburg and two hours north of Washington, D.C. The TFP also has centers in Washington D.C., Louisiana, Illinios, and Kansas.

What do you do?
The TFP puts ideas into action with a variety of activities, including street campaigns, speaking tours, conferences, Call to Chivalry youth camps, online activism, publications, and books. The TFP has also formed a grassroots network of faithful Catholics who oppose public blasphemy and spread devotion to Our Lady of Fatima.

Have you been successful?
Yes, the TFP has achieved many victories since its founding in 1973. Read a brief overview of some of our victories.

How do I sign up?
You can help us defend moral values by receiving our email alerts. Sign up here.

Can you come to my campus?
Whenever possible, TFP volunteers assist college students on campus. To request a TFP speaker on your campus, please fill out our contact form.

How are you funded?
The TFP is financed by a number of generous donors who give large, medium and small contributions. Many of these donate on a monthly basis while others give periodically. Contributions are tax deductible. The TFP does not receive government grants or support. 

Can I help with a donation?
Yes, a gift of any size will help us reach out to more campuses. Please consider supporting TFP Student Action with an online gift. Or mail your gift to:

TFP Student Action
1358 Jefferson Rd
Spring Grove, PA 17362

 

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