SUPPORTED SINCE 1995
EMPOWERED SOCIAL LEADERS SINCE 1995
SCHOLARSHIPS & SOCIAL PROJECTS SINCE 1995
IMPACTED BY THE PROGRAM SINCE 1995
In 2014, the richest 1% of people in the world owned 48% of global wealth, leaving just 52% to be shared between the other 99% of adults on the planet
IN 2022, OUR GOAL IS FOR OUR "GIVING BACK" SYSTEM TO BE TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS ACROSS THE WORLD
We equip young student-athletes with the know-how of effective giving back and transmission to the next generation.
We currently use our empowered social leaders and goodwill ambassadors to help reduce poverty by 2030. The system has been tested effectively using sports as a platform the last 2 decades. We are now scaling it by teaching our system to social entrepreneurs seeking for sustainable social solutions.
Giving Back will concentrate its effort on young women leadership through social entrepreneurship academies and curriculum creations.
How we scale our impact
We produce Giving Back online social curriculums delivered by public figures
We created the Grow Academy, an all 18-25 years old female social entrepreneurship program where mentees become problem solvers, social businesswomen, alumni mentors, academic content creators and investors.
We speak at institutions, universities and private enterprises that can accelerate our strategic plan.
The Giving Back program allowed more than a hundred athletes create social development opportunities for the young generation and keep the concept alive, inspiring future social leaders.
It all started with the amazing journey of a visionary young man
Two decades ago, a young man stood up to find sustainable solutions to youth education and leadership using his most powerful tool at hand : sports. By offering access US academic scholarships to lower class student-athletes from Europe and Africa, he started a movement he will later call “Giving Back” in which every youngster helped would “never forget where they come from…” and become a social Ambassador for child health and protection, the homeless and women social inclusion.
Today, the 70% college graduate and 75% pro athlete conversion rates has helped the hundreds of Ambassadors to lead this organic social business, mentor the young generations, develop leadership & sports academies in Europe, Africa and the US. As the program strives with maturity, Giving back has evolved into a one of its kind sports social sustainable ecosystem and wows to support 100 000 young men and women through its programs by 2020. We have created a solidarity day format to allow our social leaders and contributors to have immediate impact on social and humanitarian organizations we target. We use our goodwill ambassadors and our athletes unique reach to local and national authorities, to the private sector and medias to bring scaling tools to organizations working for child health and protection, sustainable livelihood and women social inclusion.