About Our Work
The Religious Freedom & Business Foundation (RFBF), founded in 2014 by Dr. Brian Grim, is the preeminent organization dedicated to educating the global business community, policymakers, non-government organizations and consumers about the positive power that faith and religious freedom for all (including those with no religious faith) have on workplaces and the economy.
The Religious Freedom & Business Foundation is a non-partisan, nonpolitical registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization in the United States with work worldwide. It is not a faith-based organization and works with multiple faiths. It does not take a position on current political debates.
We help organizations benchmark progress in workplace religious inclusion through our annual Corporate Religious Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (REDI) Index, now entering its 5th year. Also see our Guide to Religion in the Workplace and our Guide for When a Company’s Public Positions are in Tension with Employees’ Beliefs.
Training & Consulting (more)
Positive & Global Approach (meet Dr. Grim)
Religious Literacy in Business (more)
Covenantal Pluralism & Business (more)
Dare to Overcome ERG Conferences (more)
Global Awards (more)
Kent Johnson, Senior Corporate Advisor (more)
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- Annapolis, MD 21402 USA
The Religious Freedom & Business Foundation (RFBF) works globally with the mission of demonstrating that the economic value and social benefits of robust religious diversity and liberty for all are tremendous. RFBF believes that business and religious freedom for all combine to form a powerful force for a better world.
Through groundbreaking expert research, training programs, practical business tools and convening multi-faith business forums, RFBF helps demonstrate the critical link between respect for faith, successful enterprise and dynamic national economies. RFBF’s pioneering work serves as a catalyst for executives to promote Freedom of Religion or Belief for all people through customer-facing policies and employee programing — such as employee resource groups (ERGs) fostering workplace religious inclusion — and leveraging their broader societal influence.
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