Policy solutions that work for “the least of these.”
Our scholars write social and economic policy to lift low-income communities out of poverty and give them freedom to flourish.
We believe in the God-given freedom and dignity of every person, which is taught in Christian theology, reaffirmed by the American Founders, and implied in an economic system that emphasizes liberty and personal responsibility.
We partner with scholars who share our interests to produce original research in disciplines such as economics, political science, and cultural studies. Our lead scholar, Dr. William B. Allen, is currently building a team of CURE Research Fellows, to be announced in early 2021.
Our office in the heart of Washington, D.C. is ideally situated to ensure that our proposals reach the ears of national policymakers. We partner with like-minded allies, both in government and in the nonprofit world, to bring a confident, conservative voice to the policy conversation.
We can do better.
CURE has made great strides in the last 25 years - but there is plenty of work yet to be done. Progressive orthodoxy still reigns in many American institutions, and poor urban communities still suffer as a result. CURE, a 501(c)(3) organization, relies on a national network of like-minded friends and allies to fund our mission. Consider donating today to help us fight poverty and restore dignity. Your donation is tax-deductible.