FreedomWorks Foundation is the education arm of FreedomWorks, a conservative and libertarian advocacy group based in Washington, D.C. FreedomWorks trains volunteers, assists in campaigns, and encourages them to mobilize, interacting with both fellow citizens and their political representatives.
The foundation arm cannot advocate for or against political candidates, but instead focuses on countering liberal bias at universities and the media through policy research. 
The FreedomWorks Foundation is the research and education arm of FreedomWorks, a conservative-libertarian leaning advocacy group.  The foundation promotes lower taxes, smaller government and freedom in education. 
The foundation arm cannot advocate for political candidates, but says it focuses on countering liberal bias at universities and the media through policy research. 
The FreedomWorks Foundation includes the Center for Economic Freedom, which educates activists about free markets. 
The foundation’s Regulatory Action Center also uses technology to train and support activists on how to respond in opposing government regulations. 
FreedomWorks Foundation was established in 2004 through a merger of CSE FreedomWorks Foundation and Empower.org, both arms of the right-of-center group Citizens for a Sound Economy, which later became FreedomWorks. 
FreedomWorks was established by former House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-TX) and C. Boyden Gray, who served as White House Counsel to President George H. W. Bush. Matt Kibbe was the first president and CEO. 
When governments issued COVID-19 lockdown orders forcing a shutdown of the economy, the FreedomWorks Foundation requested federal aid from the Paycheck Protection Program, a forgivable federal loan program in the that went to employers to prevent them from laying off employees. This prompted criticism since the organization has opposed bailouts. 
The foundation’s website lists the same leadership for the foundation and advocacy arm. 
Jason Pye is the vice president of legislative affairs. Previously, he was editor of United Liberty, a libertarian-leaning blog.