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America’s Alliance
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About The CUFI Action Fund

The CUFI Action Fund, a nonprofit 501(c)(4), nonpartisan organization, is related to the nation’s largest pro-Israel organization, Christians United for Israel (CUFI). The Action Fund is dedicated to ensuring our elected officials hear the perspective of the millions of Christian Zionists across the country. The Action Fund’s policy agenda includes support for a strong US-Israel relationship, standing up to anti-Semitism, defending Israel’s right to self-defense and self-determination, and opposition to regional bad actors such as Iran and Turkey and the terrorist organizations they support.

Legislation Snapshot

  • Anti-Semitism Awareness Act S.852
  • Strengthening America's Security in the Middle East Act of 2019: S. 1/H.R. 336
  • Eastern Mediterranean Security and Energy Partnership Act H.R. 2913 / S.1102
  • Countering Hezbollah in Lebanon’s Military Act S. 1886 / H.R. 3331


You can make a donation here, or by calling (202) 738-4714, or send a check to:
CUFI Action Fund, 300 Independence Ave SE, Washington, DC, 20003.

In The News

U.S. designation of Iran's IRGC as a terrorist group draws reaction

April 11, 2019

rominent Jewish and pro-Israel organizations reacted positively to the Trump administration announcing that the United States will officially designate Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, including its Quds Force, as a terrorist group—the first time that a part of a foreign state has been officially designated a terrorist group by the United States.

Airbnb reverses its decision to blacklist Jewish properties in Judea and Samaria

April 9, 2019

“Airbnb has always opposed the BDS movement. Airbnb has never boycotted Israel, Israeli businesses or the more than 20,000 Israeli hosts who are active on the Airbnb platform,” added the company. “We have always sought to bring people together and will continue to work with our community to achieve this goal.”

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