Our first fundraiser took place in The Hamptons (New York) in 2010.
The National Give Back for Kids Campaign, led by Rebekah Givan, helped start a Girl Scout troop at P.S. 463 in the South Bronx.
In 2015 the organization led an effort to generate more volunteer support for young people by hosting a 3-day telethon.
In November 2018, we launched the Men of Color Empowerment Project, with a Community Engagement Forum at the Urban Scholars community school in the South Bronx.
In 2016, The National Give Back for Kids Campaign launched the first episode of "IGNITE! EMPOWER! TRANSFORM!" The program broadcasts weekly on the public access BronxNet network in NYC and promotes civic engagement. We have produced over 100 programs with over amazing 150 guests.
The Urban Superhero Awards takes place every year on National Superhero Day (April 28th). The event honors those who go above and beyond to help make this world a better place.
Coach Ted Gustus at the Community Engagement Forum in the South Bronx.