Give Back With Freedom

Give Back

Freedom strives to make a positive impact in our communities by offering paid volunteer days and generously contributing to local charity.

Freedom Inspires Youth in the Global Economy with Jr. Achievement

With the help of the devoted members of our leadership team, Freedom had the pleasure of taking over Garfield Elementary, a Title 1 school dedicated to improving the academic achievement of the disadvantaged, in downtown Phoenix. Teaching kindergarten through 8th grade, our leaders were able to help make an impact on their financial future.

Child Crisis Arizona and the
Salvation Army

Freedom organizes an annual toy drive to benefit Child Crisis Arizona and the Salvation Army in Phoenix. The drive makes a difference in the lives of low-income children and families during the holiday season.

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance

Determined to end hunger in Arizona, Freedom employees sort food, repack bulk produce and pack emergency food boxes with non-perishable items that go to those in need throughout the Phoenix metro area.

Second Harvest Food Bank

“Make Hunger History” is a motto our company can get behind. Freedom Financial Network was recognized with an appropriately named “Freedom From Hunger Award” for sponsoring annual food drives to benefit Second Harvest.

Freedom Family Fund

At Freedom Financial Network, our mission centers around our #1 core value—Care. It guides everything we do, from helping clients improve their financial circumstances to helping our employees during challenging times, and even to helping our community. Caring is such a central part of the Freedom culture that we have a program called “The Freedom Family Fund.” The program is funded by donations from employees that are matched by the company’s founders through various donation, events. The contributions are then used for employees who face emergency situations. Freedom Financial Network believes in supporting this program to help our co-workers in time of need. We help employees who are in financial distress put money on their SRP (utility) card, feed their families, pay their rent, and other emergency situations. The owners believe in charity at home first! We take care of our own people, which helps us provide even more to our clients and our community. So far this year we have given out approximately $161,000 and have helped 140 employees.

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