The Jason Taylor Children’s Learning Center is a recreational and educational hub for hospitalized children at Holtz Children’s Hospital. The center opens the world to hospitalized patients by allowing them to engage in social activities and interaction with others, while reinforcing grade-appropriate curriculum through educational software, all within a child-friendly environment. The center provides access to technology, […]
On Monday, September 5 (Labor Day), the Jason Taylor Foundation will host its twelfth annual “Cool Gear for the School Year” program at Old Navy. “Cool Gear for the School Year” will again provide 60 underserved children from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties the opportunity to participate in a “Back to School” shopping experience as part […]
The Jason Taylor Foundation has teamed up with former Puerto Rican Junior National Table Tennis Champion, Juan Ly to create the JT’s Ping Pong Smash Kids Clinic – presented by UPS. This annual program preceeds the Global Wealth Management JT’s Ping-Pong Smash – presented by Publix charity tournament and offers boys and girls of South Florida the opportunity to […]
February 15-16, 2015 marks the twelfth annual Jason Taylor Celebrity Golf Classic Presented by Community Capital Management and Invicta Watch Group, hosted by Miami Dolphins legend and 2007 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year, Jason Taylor. Falling on Valentine’s Day Weekend, this year’s theme is “The heART of Giving” which also alludes to the Jason Taylor […]
A collaboration with the Homestead Miami Speedway and the Omari Hardwick bluapple Poetry Network of the Jason Taylor Foundation, "Write Track Poetry" is a contest challenging participating Miami-Dade County middle school students to write and perform an original poem about their own legacy.
Naomie Monville resides with her family in Riviera Beach, FL. This honor roll student graduated from Palm Beach Lakes High School. During her four years, she earned A’s and B’s and a 3.97 GPA in addition to a perfect attendance record. Her favorite subject in school was Math.
Ivaneza Moliere, a graduate of Booker T. Washington Senior High School, was chosen as the first ever Jason Taylor Scholar back in 2005 and was a part of the first graduating class of Jason Taylor Scholars.
Vilma Sooknanan is the first person in her family to consider going to college. She wants to make her family proud of her and would like to be able to help them financially in the future.
Sharifa Shageer, is a young lady whose hard work, determination and altruism embody exactly the qualities that the Jason Taylor Scholars program looks for in its scholars.
Nicholas Baker is the oldest of three siblings. He is currently a senior at Stranahan High School, where he is part of the school’s Medical Magnet Program.