Thanks to the prayers and support of an ever-growing number of concerned citizens and churches, Return America has achieved astounding success for a small grassroots organization. We are thankful to the Lord for His blessings.

Here are a few highlights from some of our events:

2016 – HB2 Rally

Held a rally in Raleigh, NC, in April 2016 to show support for the North Carolina State Legislature for passing HB2 (Bathroom Safety and Privacy Law), to thank Governor Pat McCrory for signing it, and to encourage them to stand firm.

2014 – Rally to Support Defense of Marriage Amendment

Over 8,000 attended a rally in Raleigh to encourage our state leaders to fight the ACLU’s challenge of our Marriage Amendment.

2013 – Rally to Support Prayer in Jesus’ Name

Brought over 4,000 to Salisbury, NC, in a rally to support county commissioners who were being threatened by the ACLU over prayers in Jesus’ Name

2012 – Final Marriage Amendment Rally

Held our final Marriage Amendment Rally in Raleigh in April with over 8,000 in attendance. On May 7, the Marriage Amendment passed, with opponents giving a large amount of the credit of the victory to Return America’s efforts. We thank the Lord for this victory!

2011 – Marriage Amendment Rally

Brought over 5,000 to Halifax Mall in Raleigh, NC, in support of the Marriage Amendment despite torrential rains across the area.

2010 – March & Rally in King, NC

Return America worked with pastors to help bring over 4,000 to King, NC, to counter the ACLU’s threats against the city for flying a Christian flag at their veterans memorial park.

2009 – Marriage Amendment Rally

Despite snow and ice across much of the state, 5,000 were brought to Raleigh in support of the NC Marriage Amendment

2007- Marriage Amendment Rally

Return America led over 12,000 to Raleigh, NC, in support of legislation defining marriage as between one man and one woman.

2007 – March & Rally in Yadkinville, NC

Return America organized an unprecedented crowd of 3,000 supporters to march in Yadkinville, NC, as a counter protest to the ACLU’s threats against the Yadkin County commissioners’ longstanding tradition of praying in Jesus’ Name at their meetings.