Ronald Reagan had a special partnership with Young America’s Foundation. Originally, YAF sponsored his radio addresses at Rancho del Cielo in the 1979s.Thanks to the generosity of patriotic Americans, YAF saved the crown jewel of the Conservative Movement, the Reagan Ranch, for future generations to know and love Ronald Reagan.
Kennesaw State University rescinded its discriminatory policies as a result of Young Americans for Freedom filing a lawsuit. Thanks to the courageous YAF activists who refused to back down, school administrators at KSU no longer possess unbridled discretion to impose greater fees on speakers with whom they disagree or subjectively deem “controversial.”
The speakers at our premiere conference, the 41st annual National Conservative Student Conference, ranged from White House officials to New York Times bestselling authors to leading professors and United States senators. The annual program also aired on C-SPAN, reaching 100 million homes nationwide.
Saving the Reagan Ranch
The Los Angeles Times hailed the Foundation as “one of the most preeminent, influential” forces in the Conservative Movement. The LA Times highlighted Young America’s Foundation’s work to protect and preserve President Reagan’s beloved Rancho del Cielo as a lasting monument. “Rancho del Cielo has allowed the Foundation’s reach to transcend generations,” the article noted.