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EFP uses the power of business to transform public education on a national scale by combining two powerhouses of the American economy – Fortune 500 companies and large U.S. public school districts to create
unique, compelling on-campus and online marketing partnerships.

Hear EFP's Mickey Freeman discuss bringing together corporate America and U.S. public education through sound marketing.

Corporate Programs

Cultivate parents and teachers of K-12 students with a direct marketing connection to schools. Companies become the trusted brand partner in public schools.

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Education Programs

Tap into stable, long-term sources of revenue from carefully selected companies. School districts always retain control of access and program content in their district.

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How it Works

EFP builds mutually beneficial partnerships to support student success. Our multi-channel K-12 marketing platform offers on-campus and online channels.

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EFP In The Press

‘Through Education Funding Partners - a marketing firm which connects national brands to school districts–Microsoft, as an example, was able to deploy a marketing campaign giving away their products at schools nationwide. It's not only good for the schools and students (free products), it's the smart, new way to get customers using your products.'
'Microsoft, for example, has hired Education Funding Partners to literally give away its products in schools….If moving marketing money into good causes helps the community and your bottom line, why not become involved?'
'This new model provides companies an opportunity to directly invest in schools and support their current customers and future employees while improving brand perception and building affinity with students—their next generation of customers. For districts, it introduces new, sustainable funding sources without sacrificing district control over which brands can participate and how dollars are reinvested in educational programs.'

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