Nigel (@n.i.g.e.l_p ) and Jamal (@jamalamaj ), have participated in any program they were available for this entire year and luckily enough @jumpman23 rewarded them each with a fresh pair of Concord 11s for the dedication and commitment. Jamal aspiresToronto, Ontario
@jayscale Proud of you two, forreal!
Nick Williams (@wavykiddd.nick ), the 14 year young photographer, sold his fine art piece in his first-ever exhibition hosted by @jayucanada. Nick’s approach with this composite, addressed identity as a person of colour. It’s been a great year for NicToronto, Ontario
TKB Round 4: John Innes Community Centre With 50 kids identified, we brought them in for a full day or sport and creation. The workshops were geared towards energizing the kids and getting them excited about their potential based on their interestsJohn Innes Community Center
For Round 4, the most important message we came out to share was that men don’t change the world, women do. We’re all motivated by a woman or girl in our life. Whether it be a mother, sister, wife or daughter, we all wake up to be great for them. TheJohn Innes Community Center
The following morning, we started our new monthly run where we promote the interaction between the youth and mentors. We place emphasis on choice, and how decision making plays a huge role in our trajectory. Our goal with the run was to remind each
The 5-1 concept stems from the understanding that sometimes we need to trade/sell multiple pairs of sneakers to get that one pair we really want. Each kid wanted a specific sneaker and they came at a cost. By selling five pairs from each of the athle
Each kid selected for this project is making a significant impact in their community and they have a direct tie back to the athlete. Christian went to the same community centre as Vic, Deshaun has dreams of making an impact in Philly similar to Jaele
With the intent to break the mould of mentorship. To shift the mindset kids have on running, and bring awareness to its health benefits. The “casual” run we do each week gives us an excuse to see one another more often, to discuss new ways of improvi
Ages range from 12-30 and the cool part about it is that we can all learn something from one another. The 12 year old kid reminds the 30 year old to enjoy life and stay positive. The 18 year old teaches the 14 year old about the ins and outs of high
We’ve connected kids from ‘rival’ hoods in the city, and seen the most positive results. We really believe through running, we can promote and empower our present and future leaders.