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a charitable fund dedicated to continuous learning

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free to learn FUND
changing the game

A Bit of Background

Our goal is to create true equity when it comes to access to economic prosperity.


That means that we provide financial assistance to people

to get the knowledge they need to get work that's in demand. 

Have you, or has someone you know, ever tried to get financial assistance, scholarships, or grants only to be denied because you didn't fit a special interest group, demographic or status? 

Have you ever met anyone with a degree that didn't have anything to do with their job? 

Have you ever met anyone that had student debt loan?

Have you ever met anyone who tried to level up their life but didn't think they could because of society's outdated approach to education? 

If so, then you can understand why we created this fund.

The money that you donate goes towards helping individuals pay for knowledge building activities that directly relate to gaining marketable skills. We make these funds accessible to individuals based on one qualification – willingness to work.

We don’t care what GPA you have, the color of your skin, your gender, your sexuality, your religion, or whether or not you belong to some special interest group. We want people to have less barriers to accomplish their earning and knowledge goals.

The result is better financial health for individuals which means financially healthy communities and families.  

We work with distribution partners, like pepelwerk, to make recommendations on recipients.

We provide funding to next gen educators interested in putting learning in real-time with job market. This includes credentialed college, university, trade, certificate, license and non-credentialed skill labor training courses and programs offered by businesses, individuals or other non-profit organizations to ready individuals for the future of work

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Individuals who are looking to upskill, reskill or launch their work lives.

Make knowledge accessible to all people. 

Donating to Free To Learn is a win-win for everyone. 

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We accept grant funding from local, national, regional, district and federal agency's. These funds are governed by freetolearn and distributed to our partners for educational training to close the skills gap.

If you are a government agency, and would like to work with us to support your community efforts, click below. to get more information


Corporations who have a vested interest in creating an equitable working world and want to evolve our approach to education make a donation to the fund to help build the workforce of tomorrow.  Corporate donors realize that the traditional model of developing a workforce will not sustain strong economic growth. 

If you are a business, and want to donate to the fund, click below.

Foundations and other Non-Profits

Foundations and other non-profits with similar missions make financial contributions to the fund because they realize the social need to evolve how we approach education to level up society.  

If you are a foundation or other non-profit and want to donate to the fund, click below to get more information. 

Individual Citizens

Individuals make financial contributions to the fund because they have a personal passion for helping others realize their potential through access to knowledge, they want to help reduce unnecessary student loan debt and want to help evolve our approach to education.  

If you are an individual and want to donate to the fund, click below. 

Press and Stories

Here in our news section, you’ll find stories and the latest updates about how our work is helping to create opportunity for all to level up their work lives through education. The attention these articles draw is one of the best resources we have to help change our social perspective on education, alleviate unnecessary college debt and change how we approach our work lives. Take a look at the featured pieces below and let us know what you think about our efforts.

Election Campaign

freetolearn Budget Release

Public Demonstration

Government and Corporations Change Initiatives

Workers on Strike

Stories from Recipients


Contact freetolearn

Dallas, TX 75248

1-833-LRN4LIF (1-833-576-4543)

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