Collaborate

Partner with us to empower women and children through education past the 8th grade.

Become a Partner or Sponsor

Thank you for your interest in exploring a sponsor or strategic partner opportunity.

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Partner with us

Suggest ways for us to work together on a project, initiative, or campaign

The Amish are an insular, underserved minority population of ~350,000 throughout ~30 states in rural America who speak English as a second language.

The average family has 8-9 children, some households include multiple generations, and the average income is below the federal poverty level. Health insurance and an education beyond Amish 8th grade are forbidden by the religion.

We could not serve this at-risk population without the support of our individual donors, collaborators, advisors, and supporters.

THANK YOU!

For Sponsors

When you support The Amish Heritage Foundation as a corporate sponsor or nonprofit partner, you gain access to a unique and gifted audience that is emerging onto the world stage: insular- and fundamentalist-raised individuals from not only the Amish population, but also from the ultra-Orthodox Jewish, Muslim, Jehovah’s Witness, Mormon, Mennonite, evangelical/born-again, and home-schooled populations.

The Amish Heritage Foundation is an ideal partner to help you reach this steadily growing niche of “ex fundamentalist-raised” or those exiting from historically closed communities.

Advisors

We are grateful for our advisors and mentors. If you’re interested in getting involved in this capacity, please reach out to us.

3 Ways to Collaborate

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Invite us

Invite us to speak at your school, community college, university, conference, or other event

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Partner with us

Suggest ways for us to work together on a project, initiative, or campaign

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Introduce us
Become a social media or student ambassador

"My dream is that one day all American children — and adults — will have the federal constitutional right to learn."

Torah Bontrager, Founder
The Amish Heritage Foundation

Invite Us to Speak

Thank you for wanting us to speak at your event. Please fill out the form so we know a little about your ideas, needs, or wants. You can also contact us via phone, text, or WhatsApp.

Contact Info:

212-MEG-HALL (212-634-4255)

You can also contact us via phone, text, or WhatsApp at this number (country code +1 for WhatsApp)

info [at] AmishHeritage.org

What would you like us to talk about?

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Partner or Sponsor Inquiry

Thank you for your interest in exploring a partner or sponsor opportunity. Please fill out the form so we know a little about your ideas, needs, or wants. Or contact us via phone, text, or WhatsApp.

When you support The Amish Heritage Foundation as a corporate sponsor or nonprofit partner, you gain access to a unique and gifted audience that is emerging onto the world stage: insular- and fundamentalist-raised individuals from not only the Amish population, but also from the ultra-Orthodox Jewish, Muslim, Jehovah’s Witness, Mormon, Mennonite, evangelical/born-again, and home-schooled populations.

The Amish Heritage Foundation is an ideal partner to help you reach this steadily growing niche of “ex fundamentalist-raised” or those exiting from historically closed communities.

Contact Info:

212-MEG-HALL (212-634-4255)

You can also contact us via phone, text, or WhatsApp at this number (country code +1 for WhatsApp)

info [at] AmishHeritage.org

Would you like to?

15 + 3 =

What People We Help Say

Your generous donations help us help more women and children.

"The Amish Heritage Foundation has provided me with life-changing emotional support, influence and guidance. I don’t feel so alone anymore."

Amish Female College Student

"When I escaped, I didn't even know if I had a birth certificate. The Amish Heritage Foundation helped me get documented right away, so I could get a job and be recognized as an American citizen."

18-year-old Amish Male

"If it weren't for The Amish Heritage Foundation and their dedicated staff, we would never have been able to stand up to the abuse inside our church. We would have just given up."

Practicing Amish Wife & Husband