Our Mission: The F4 Foundation seeks to rebuild the foundations of society by promoting faith, family, freedom, & fun.
We are encouraged in the pursuit of this mission by finding that the writers of the Declaration of Independence dreamt of something similar when they wrote that all men (and women) were endowed by their creator (Faith ) with certain inalienable rights, including life, (Family) liberty, (Freedom) and the pursuit of happiness. (Fun) We are currently working to develop new initiatives as well as partnerships with existing organizations with similar goals.
F4 Foundation is federally exempt from federal tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). As a donor, you can deduct any contributions that you make to the F4 Foundation under IRC Section 170. To view our accepted application letter, please click here.
Rob and Misty Krasawski have always dreamed big dreams.
Married for 23 years, they’ve proven this point by having eight children—together, one at a time. Rob is an entrepreneur who has never met a stranger and was named YellowBlue’s Top Presenter of the Year in 2013. He is passionate about the rescue and restoration of those victimized by human trafficking, and currently serves on the first U.S. based information-gathering team with Exodus Road. Misty is a published author, speaker and writer for Wholeheart Ministries, and international children’s ministry trainer who currently writes a blog as well as articles for several online periodicals. She loves hosting support groups for moms in her home, planning big community-building events, educating others about the plight of trafficking victims, and promoting involvement in worldwide orphan care.
Together, they are the perfect team to lead the F4 Foundation.
“The F4 Foundation began, one could say, as the spark of an idea in June of 2014, when Rob Krasawski was beginning a nine-hour drive back home to Denver, Colorado after a sales trip for yellowblue Eco Tech. Having a broken radio meant the long miles stretching ahead of him through the dark night would have no soundtrack but the one on his phone: an audiobook about the need for funding in ministries around the world.”