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We're raising funds on #GivingTuesday to help support our organization. Not only will we benefit from the funds raised on #GivingTuesday, but we will also earn matching funds from our partner, Network for Good, for gifts given online making your support go even further!

Please consider making a
year-end 100% tax-deductible gift on December 1st and help us get as many people involved as possible by spreading the word. Send a simple email to your friends, colleagues, and family members asking them to support F.A.C.T. during the holiday giving season or via Facebook and Twitter.

On this big day, please do what you can for those who have been manipulated and afflicted by cults (especially the defenseless children and vulnerable elderly). Your giving can make an even bigger impact with the power of #GivingTuesday and with our access to matching funds.

We cannot thank you enough for your generous support this holiday season!

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Families Against Cult Teachings, Inc. (F.A.C.T.) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and educating about destructive high-control / high-demand groups in the United States and abroad. Providing aid is also a top priority, for which we offer care, guidance, and various kinds of support for victims of undue influence, abuse (minor and adult), human trafficking (sex and labor) and exploitation of all kinds.

No one ever gets trapped in an abusive high-control group of their own free will. Initially, victims innocently join a church, a non-profit group trying to save the oceans, a self-help group or attend yoga classes. A child on the street gets pulled into a sex trafficking ring. A naive student in school gets recruited on campus. People are curious about practicing an Eastern religion or to learn meditation.

According to the experts, there are over 5000 different high-control groups in the U.S. alone with more than four million members. FACT is one of the few organizations in existence whose mission it is to expose these groups for what they truly are and to help those afflicted by them.


  • • Rescuing minors and adults from abusive high-control situations and groups
  • • Education in high-schools / universities to inform and warn students
  • • Providing guidance and support to families of victims in high-control groups
  • • Working with the law to hold criminal groups accountable for their actions
  • • Conducting investigative research on destructive groups
  • • Creating and distributing educational awareness materials
  • • Monitoring of news sources and sharing the information with the public
  • • Holding anti-cult events to raise awareness with the general public


    F.A.C.T. is represented by the highly esteemed Kevin S. Taylor, Esq., located in Denver, CO, who has generously donated his talent, time, and resources to help in any way needed. His list of accomplishments is long and distinguished having completed more than 100 jury trials and serving as national trial counsel and national monitoring counsel for various companies, in addition to many other career achievements.

    In addition, F.A.C.T. would also like to thank our great friend
    Michael Goldberg (from the prestigious Akerman Law Firm) for his humanitarian contribution to our cause, as well as Ronnette Gleizer Esq. and Marc Postelnek, Esq.
    If you know someone who is starting to question their involvement with their group or already willing to leave, we can help them get the proper counseling for a successful transition. Here is an example of a top notch care facility for cult victims that we work with. Please contact us for more information.

    For any emergency, please contact 911 immediately.

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