Bring the Herd Together
Resources and opportunities for leading America on a better path.
Political elites won’t fix this.
People like you will.
As outriders keep the herd on the right trail, Foster’s Outriders help keep America on the right path. We are ordinary people doing the extraordinary work of reviving America’s founding values.
Join fellow Outriders across the country by inviting someone with whom you disagree to have a good conversation over a cup of coffee.
We’ll cover the cost of a Harmony Meal, where Black and white churches partner to host local law enforcement for dinner.
Scholarships for the Trades
If you are seeking a career in the trades, Foster’s Outriders would like to help you pay for it.
In partnership with Hillsdale University, Outriders promote and provide free access to online civics education and programs for individuals and groups.
Become a church or civic group sponsor of a program that pays people experiencing homelessness to get rid of litter in their cities.
Freedom. Prosperity. Kindness.
Thomas Jefferson, even though he was not a Christian, said, “Of all the systems of morality, ancient or modern which have come under my observation, none appears to me so pure as that of Jesus.”
Democrat, Republican, or Independent — we’re banding together to make sure hard-working people can still reap the benefits our Founding Fathers sowed.
Get outfitted like an Outrider.
100% of the profit of each sale goes to an Outrider partner.
A Narrow Path. A Wide Reach.
Become a partner in reviving America’s founding values.
We work with organizations that anyone can get behind — no matter your political leanings.
Featured Outrider Stories
Foster, thank you for making this possible. We not only appreciate the clean streets in our community, we are grateful for the opportunity this provides our homeless guests to experience the dignity that comes with productive work.
Chief Executive Officer at St. Vincent de Paul of Arizona
Foster Friess wanted more for America
Foster Friess grew up in Rice Lake, Wisconsin, a first-generation college graduate. His mother dropped out of school in the eighth grade to pick cotton in order to save the family farm in Texas. His father dealt cattle and horses. From an early age, he always looked out for his neighbors. He was taught that God created every man equal, and this lead him to becoming an early civil rights activist. His genuine care for his peers and his infectious attitude led him to have success in a myriad of leadership positions in his early life.