FairMormon is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing well-documented answers to criticisms of LDS doctrine, belief, and practices.
The FairMormon.org website is a great resource for anyone looking for answers to tough questions. Not only is there an expansive collection of questions and answers, but there are study aides, podcast episodes, an annual conference, and a support feature which lets you ask question that will be answered by FairMormon volunteers.
FairMormon was formed in 1997 by a group of LDS defenders of the faith who frequented the America Online Mormonism message boards. In defending the Church against detractors there, this small group realized that they had no way of sharing their information with each other, much less the rest of the Church. As a result of this, the non-profit organization was born. The Foundation for Apologetic Information and Research, Inc., or FAIR, put up its first website in March 1998. In 2013, the group became known as FairMormon.
The organization is staffed completely by volunteers who are students of the scriptures, ancient languages, early Christian history, early LDS history, and LDS doctrine and apologetics.
FairMormon’s annual conference is coming up August 4-5 in Provo, Utah.