Apply Now and Get Paid For Your Internship!


Recently the Campaign for Liberty Foundation introduced the M. Louise Tate Internship Grants. Basically, we will pay you for your unpaid internship and in the process honor an unsung hero in the Liberty Movement. Apply today!

You’ve probably never heard her name.  But America would be a far better place with more leaders like her.  On July 17, 2014, the Liberty Movement lost a true champion when Louise Tate passed away at the age of 73.

Louise spent her entire life fighting for the rights of all Americans to live in a free and prosperous nation. She never sought the spotlight. Some of you may have known her, but many didn’t because she did so much important work behind the scenes for so many years, enabling so many to have the tools to fight and win.

And she left a mark and made a difference for liberty — more than many whose names are better known, yet whose achievements are slim.

I know we often ask ourselves the question, “Who will be the next Ron Paul?” But the activists and unsung heroes who spend their lives fighting in the trenches are the backbone of any successful movement.  Women like Louise Tate are truly special.

In her wake, Louise Tate left a legacy of liberty that will continue to thrive for generations to come.

At the Campaign for Liberty Foundation, our goal is to identify and empower future leaders in the Liberty Movement. Like Louise, sometimes these leaders serve behind the scenes. They don’t strive for the spotlight or appear in nightly newscasts, but they make the Liberty Movement what it is today.

The passion, dedication, and hard work that these individuals provide are a big part of why our movement is a force to be reckoned with. With the announcement of the M. Louise Tate Leadership Fund, the Campaign for Liberty Foundation is seeking to honor and advance more young men and women like her.

The goal of this fund is to provide internship grants to young, liberty-minded individuals who are seeking to intern with a DC-based, pro-limited government organization or Congressman.

Needless to say, the cost of living in the Washington D.C. area is exceptionally high (thanks to all the high-paying government jobs).  Many just can’t afford to “take the plunge” and follow their real passions — like fighting for liberty and limited government.

Our goal is to make sure that the best and brightest the Liberty Movement has to offer actually get the opportunity to become the next Louise Tate. We want this one-time grant to allow them greater access to opportunity while advancing our shared cause of freedom and prosperity.

If you feel compelled, won’t you please help me honor a woman who dedicated her entire life to liberty AND provide the future leaders with much needed financial assistance by supporting the M. Louise Tate Leadership Fund? You can donate here.

For information on applying for these grants, please check here