YOUNG AMERICA’S FOUNDATION
The #1 Requested Speaker Partners with the
#1 Conservative Youth Outreach Organization for the Spring 2020 Semester
Young America’s Foundation (YAF), is thankful for the generous support of Fred Allen*, and through our partnership we are excited to announce that YAF will be the exclusive home of Ben Shapiro’s campus tour for the 2020 spring semester.
Now more than ever, conservative ideas are in demand on college campuses. And despite the Left’s best efforts, Shapiro continues to reach capacity campus audiences and millions more online.
These powerful events are the result of combining Young America’s Foundation’s logistical expertise and financial support with Shapiro’s concise, compelling conservative message. It is a message young people are eager to hear.
Because of Mr. Allen’s support, many students who have wanted to host Ben Shapiro, but lacked necessary campus funding, will have the ability to do so. Young America’s Foundation and our vast student network will continue to plan Shapiro’s campus events using our time-tested process to ensure each lecture is a success.
This spring, Ben Shapiro will speak on four campuses bringing his “Facts Don’t Care About Your Feelings” message directly to students and community members.
The application deadline has passed to apply for spring 2020.
America is in a battle of ideas — a battle for the foundations of our country. And I can’t think of any better way to engage than to speak to students who are all too often being indoctrinated into one side of that battle. I’m grateful to YAF for giving me that opportunity. ~ Ben Shapiro
*The Fred Allen Lecture Series:
Fred Allen is a founder and owner of GeoSoils, a geotechnical consulting company in Southern California that just celebrated its 45th year in business. He is proud to employ hardworking individuals and help them provide for their families. Fred and his wife Lynda are deeply concerned about America’s future and sponsored this lecture series to share the ideas of freedom, the value of hard work, and the reality of American exceptionalism with young people.