The mission of The Amish Heritage Foundation is to establish a new generation of Amish leaders who reclaim our Amish story and engage our silenced issues.
We actively engage with and contribute to the global community, guided by enlightenment principles.
Want to Invite Us?
If you’d like one of us Amish to speak at your campus, conference, workshop, or private event, we'd be honored to help make it happen.
Real Amish Podcast
These are the facts about us Amish. We’re taking back our story from so-called experts on the Amish who are neither Amish, nor bothered to learn our language.
Step 1: Overturn Wisconsin v. Yoder.
Have you been negatively affected by WI v. Yoder?
I’m looking for people who have experienced the consequences of not having an education beyond the 8th grade, due to religious or cultural restrictions.
You could have been home-schooled or raised Amish, Mennonite, Orthodox Jewish, evangelical Christian, etc.
I look forward to hearing from you!
We Are LGBTQ+ Welcoming
Many organizations and individuals are condemning of LGBTQ+ people and anyone who is LGBTQ+ welcoming.
Homophobia and bigotry is particularly a problem among the Amish/Anabaptists, including those who have left the Amish Church and joined other churches.
Who We Are
We are the first––and so far, only––organization in our 300+ year history that advocates for our fellow Amish without a religious price tag, promotes compassionate secular values and nonsectarian harmony, and empowers those who leave the Church.
“No other nonsectarian institution exists, or has existed before this, that assists people inside and outside the Amish Church and makes the transition smoother for those who’ve already left.”Torah Bontrager, Founder
Support Our Recipients
Have you seen any of us in the news, or media, and wondered how you can help?
Please make a donation to The Amish Heritage Foundation. We are a 501(c)(3) and our services help recipients to not only survive, but to thrive in mainstream society.
We empower our recipients to lead the happy, meaningful lives they envision, while contributing to our local, national, and global community.
Ready to Make a Change?
Help us overturn the 1972 Supreme Court case Wisconsin v. Yoder, report sexual assault and other abuse, and bring quality education and gender equality to the Amish (and by extension, all United States children and adults).