Community

Giving 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 to Succeed in the Global Economy with Junior 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.

In partnering with Junior Achievement, Freedom is helping to empower the next generation to succeed. This program has proven that students are 2.5 times more likely to start a business, graduate at a rate higher than the current Arizona rate, and 88% of the participants in the program are more satisfied with their careers.


There With Care Honors Freedom Financial Network With 'Inspiration Award'

The Bay Area chapter of There With Care honored Freedom Financial Network (FFN) with its 2017 Inspiration Award. It marks the first time the nonprofit organization has presented the award to a business, according to Sara Alexander, Executive Director. There With Care supports families during the critical phase of a medical crisis, with a wide range of thoughtful and fundamental services to ease the burden of day-to-day obligations. The organization serves families referred by social workers at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford and UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital San Francisco.

Since There With Care's inception, Freedom Financial Network employees have staffed volunteer events and helped stock food for families in the organization's new warehouse. The company has served as a sponsor for the last three years, including as presenting sponsor in 2017.


Putting People and Community First with the $1 Million Freedom Foundation Charitable Fund

Freedom Financial Network, has established the Freedom Foundation charitable fund with an initial contribution of $1,000,000. The Foundation provides grants to non-profit organizations to provide critical financial support. Freedom plans to make additional contributions to the Foundation over time.

Recent grants include disaster relief for Houston flood and Napa fire victims in addition to contributions to the Tipping Point, fighting poverty, and the local Boys & Girls Club, promoting education and development.


Los Angeles High School Student Maya Bluthenthal Wins Bills.com 2017 College Scholarship

Bills.com awarded a $2,500 college scholarship to Bluthenthal for her essay response to the question, "How are you planning on paying for college?" Bluthenthal's essay was selected from more than 500 entries for its thoughtfulness, quality and grammatical accuracy. Bluthenthal has been recognized for her leadership, maturity and communication skills. She plans on attending, Columbia University in New York.

Bills.com sponsored the contest as part of the Freedom Financial Network mission to empower people to live healthier financial lives.


In Our Own Backyard
There’s more than one path to financial freedom. We support a wide variety of organizations who have the courage to face some difficult problems.
In Our Own Backyard

There’s more than one path to financial freedom. We support a wide variety of organizations who have the courage to face some difficult problems.

More than 13 million children in the United States live in "food insecure" homes. Freedom Financial employees band together to make donations and volunteer at local food banks in our San Mateo, CA and Tempe, AZ locations.

Boys & Girls Club
Freedom was host to the Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club. Their mission is to inspire and enable all young people to reach their full potential. The club visited with employees who happily shared a typical day at the office.
YMCA
Freedom Financial Network and its employees have donated, sponsored events such as the Heroes Breakfast, volunteered at YMCAs, and sit on the Boards of the YMCA of San Francisco and the Peninsula Family YMCA in San Mateo.
Toy Drive
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.
More than 13 million children in the United States live in "food insecure" homes. Freedom Financial employees band together to make donations and volunteer at local food banks in our San Mateo, CA and Tempe, AZ locations.
Oasis Food Pantry
Many hands make light work. Freedom partners with Oasis Food Pantry and the Society of St Vincent De Paul supporting those in need in our community. Together we provide hope and relief to the hungry.
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.