New Charles Koch Foundation TV Spot

The Charles Koch Foundation is sharing its educational work with the broader public with a thought provoking video about the most crucial factors influencing quality of life. The 60-second television spot offers a critical look at what drives progress for the greatest number of people.

“We believe the best way to promote progress and societal well-being is through free societies,” said CKF founder Charles G. Koch. “The spot was developed as part of our ongoing work to support the kind of scholarship and analysis that examines how to ensure opportunities for earned success while sharing compassion for the vulnerable.”

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The video was created by alumni of the Koch Associate Program.

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