The Foundation was organized as a Texas non-profit corporation on December 8, 2006. The Foundation For International Freedom is a recognized charitable organization and is exempt from Federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. As such, the Foundation is qualified to receive tax deductible contributions from individuals and other philanthropic organizations.

Political Position
As a tax-exempt non-profit organization governed by Section 501(3)( c) the Foundation For International Freedom is prohibited as an institution from political activity. Therefore, FIF does not participate in the campaigns for candidates for public office nor does it support or endorse any specific candidates or parties.

The primary functions of the Foundation are research, analysis, and dissemination of policy positions to members, prospective members, organizations and influential individuals. In addition to this web site, the Foundation utilizes selected social media to publish its position papers and it belongs to a number of member groups with similar interests.

The Foundation subscribes to numerous publications and selected intelligence services specializing in foreign affairs and domestic issues that are pertinent to accomplishing our mission.  Essentially, FIF is an educational organization, and it is always interested in establishing relationships with other groups that share its values. The Foundation seeks donations from other institutions and individuals who have share our objectives.