Research has consistently shown that well-designed and administered extra-curricular youth development programs increase academic test scores, prevent future addictions and substance abuse, and decrease the probability of criminal activity. Investment in these programs has shown to both prevent, and reverse, unhealthy and abhorrent behavior. The Foundation partners with schools, youth organizations, governments, community groups, and the private sector to design and implement preventative and interventional programs that can be duplicated and scaled to achieve sustained behavioral change.
Kick-Off™ American Football program start-up assistance
Win Win™ - Integrating Youth Sports and Academics to Achieve Life Goals
Leadership Training for Youth Coaches
It’s estimated that smoking results in $1.4 trillion in global economic damage each year and is responsible for 11.5% of all deaths worldwide. There are very few problems which similarly imperil humanity. The Foundation is currently working with academic institutions, governments, advocacy groups and private industry worldwide to research, test and implement creative and economically sustainable programs designed to permanently reduce supply and/or dampen consumer demand for combustible tobacco.
Tax Stamp Enforcement as a Vehicle for Smoking Cessation and Funding