Type: Private Family Foundation
Christian Advocates Serving Evangelism is a family-controlled charity founded in 1988 by Jay Sekulow, who also co-established the anti-Muslim constitutional law firm the American Center for Law and Justice with televangelist Pat Robertson. CASE has no public website and its board comprises four members of the Sekulow family, namely his sons, Logan and Jordan, and his wife, Pam.
Between 2011 and 2015, CASE paid millions of dollars to Sekulow’s family and to businesses they own or co-own. This supports his family’s extravagant lifestyle of multiple homes and trips in corporate jets. CASE has also forwarded $500,000 each year to a small charity called the Law and Justice Institute. LJI has no employees and Sekulow is listed as president. In turn, the Law and Justice Institute has paid $500,000 each year to Pat Robertson’s Advocacy Services.
keeping with its questionable financial practices, CASE gave over $32 million to Sekulow’s American Center for Law and Justice, a law firm that supports anti-Muslim policies, like the Muslim Ban, and publishes anti-Muslim propaganda.