Freedom Foundation

Freedom Foundation making its presence known to the Keystone State

The Freedom Foundation’s Pennsylvania team is making its presence known to hardworking Pennsylvanians across the Commonwealth. We’ve been on the radio, you’ve seen us in articles, and now we’re on billboards.

From our King, aka Gov. Tom Wolf, shutting down businesses and our way of life to our Opt Out billboards letting Pennsylvania workers know they can keep their own money, our message of freedom is resonating.

Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2018 ruling in Janus v. AFSCME, we’ve let workers know about their constitutional right to opt out of union participation and keep their hard-earned dues dollars in their own pocket, to spend as they choose.

It sparks a firestorm when Pennsylvanians hear their union is spending money they assumed was being used to advocate for better wages and benefits to fund a radically liberal political agenda that has nothing to do with their workplace concerns. Despite only being operational in the Commonwealth since March 2020, the Freedom Foundation has already cost unions more than $500,000 in lost membership dues – and it keeps growing every day.

Outreach may be constrained during this time, but the Freedom Foundation has adapted its approach. Now more than ever before, workers need to be informed about their right to leave their unions. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to expand our messaging beyond mail, email, text messaging and phone calling.

Starting after Labor Day, you’ll see our opt-out messages in the Camp Hill area and the Wilkes Barre area, and you’ll see our King Wolf billboard in downtown Harrisburg.

If you don’t want your union dues to keep going to King Wolf and his ilk to destroy our businesses and our way of life, please visit and free yourself from union bondage.

If you’re unsure about your union status and want to opt out, please give us a call and we have attorneys and paralegals ready to offer their services pro-bono to make sure your rights are protected and respected.