David moved to the U.S. from Haiti two years ago and lives with his mother. He attends Boynton Beach High School and plays in the school’s band. Although English is still somewhat of a struggle he is determined to make good grades and works extra hard on his assignments. David loves sports and plays JV […]

Shatashia is a tenacious young lady, full of life and very self-driven. She is enrolled in Inlet Groove High School’s Pre-Law program and plans on attending Bethune Cookman University to pursue a law degree. After school she enjoys reading and watching basketball. She’s a member of her school’s marching band and drama club and will […]

Yuliet is a straight A student enrolled in IB classes at Conniston Middle School with a 4.0 G.P.A. Her favorite subject is math and she loves to paint; a few of her paintings have been used at school exhibits. Yuliet considers herself a reliable, organized and take charge type of person. Her goal is to […]

Leon is a bright young man who describes himself as a hardworking, open minded kid with a great desire to learn new things. He lives with his younger sister and mother and attends Roosevelt Middle School. Reading science journals and writing short stories are Leon’s hobbies. Leon has a great relationship with his Take Stock […]

Each and every Wednesday, the Jason Taylor Foundation will post information about upcoming JTF events and programming on social media and on the website using the hashtag, #WhatsHappeningWednesday.  This week, we’d like to publicize an internship opportunity with the Jason Taylor Foundation that offers a wealth of experience and involvement with the most important marketing […]

This week we would like to shed some light on our amazing friends at Publix, who on November 1st will once again serve as our presenting partner for the 12th Annual JT’s Ping-Pong Smash. Our partnership with Publix began through Bill Fauerbach, a founding JTF Board Member and former Publix Vice President of South Florida. […]

Much like #MotivationMonday, #FeelGoodFriday is meant to wrap up the busy week with an uplifting thought that will hopefully help JTF followers get a positive start to the weekend.

The Jason Taylor Foundation has partnered with Take Stock in Children to sponsor the “ Jason Taylor Scholars” program. This school-based, comprehensive mentoring and scholarship program is designed to break the cycle of poverty and academic failure for low-income, at-risk children in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. Deserving 6 th and 7 th grade […]