Phyllis Schlafly Center
The Phyllis Schlafly Center was established in Saint Louis, Missouri in 1993 under the name “Eagle Forum Education Center” as the national headquarters and resource center of the Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund. After the passing of founder Phyllis Schlafly, the building was renamed the Phyllis Schlafly Center in her honor. The building is located at 7800 Bonhomme Avenue in Clayton, a Saint Louis suburb just west of Washington University/Saint Louis. The Center is visible evidence of the permanent life and vitality of this unique foundation and think-tank. The Phyllis Schlafly Center houses the extensive archives of Phyllis Schlafly’s life and work, and serves the public through publications, conferences, leadership training, and radio programs.
7800 Bonhomme Avenue
Saint Louis, MO 63105
The Alton, Illinois office, our operations center, is located in the downtown area near the banks of the Mississippi River. As the number of subscribers to the Phyllis Schlafly Report grew, and the number of books Phyllis wrote increased, she needed to move the operation out of her home and into office space to accommodate the increased volume. We have been in this same office since November 1994, continuing to serve our loyal Eagles. We also sell Phyllis’s phonics books, the First Reader, Turbo Reader and First Reader Workbook.
Capitol Hill Office
Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund has maintained an office on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. since 1981. The office is dedicated to maintaining a presence in our nation’s capital so that your voice can be heard in all 3 branches of government – legislative, executive, and judicial. A small staff is charged with keeping track of legislation of concern to Phyllis Schlafly Eagles around the United States. We provide reliable information about current issues of national importance and serve as a resource for members of Congress and the Trump administration. Through our affiliated attorneys, we file amicus briefs in important cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. courts of appeals, and other courts.
211 C St. NE
Washington, DC 20002
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