In order to lead, you must first lead by example.
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
GB2K and the R.J. Foundation is seeking community and cultural leaders locally and globally to come together and serve the children who suffer from day to day anxiety, depression, lack of focus, peer pressure, premature sex, drugs, crime, work, jail time, abuse in the home, and many other mental health concerns. Join in being the voice to support young adults to become leaders of the next generation in their communities.
GB2K and The R. J. Foundation has commenced a 3 Phase Mentoring Program "Pain2Purpose" that began in the classroom and ended up being apart of our extended service program for students.
The Perfect Mentor:
Someone who has gone through a adversity/struggle or two while in school.
Someone would like to share some knowledge, resources and tools with the student who select you to be their mentor.
To join our Leadership Team or get more information, please submit your inquiry and a team member will get back regarding qualifications.
GB2K was founded in 2004, and served over 900,000 community members through 2013.
In 2014 GB2K held it's first annual "Love Yourself First Relationship Boot Camp with Big Boom" and "Talk About It" Domestic Violence Awareness Campaign. We partnered with other non profits in the community to raise awareness.
In 2016 one of the GB2K Kidz Rafael Aldalva Johnson took his life to suicide. Months prior the founders uncle who was a US Veteran, passed away in a nursing facility, due to a lack of care. Both incidences cause the Board to rethink GB2K's mission and vision towards supporting the community. We realized that there is substantial mental health concerns and abuse for many of our targeted audience.
In 2017 we launched The R. J. Foundation; To raise awareness in community regarding suicide amongst our young adults. We held our first annual "Your Pain Matters" Suicide Awareness Campaign.
2019 we entered the school system with our "Pain2Purpose" Program were we get to the just of each students concerns in life.
In 2021 we became one of the founding partners of one of the largest media companies and over 1,800 community and cultural leaders, government agencies, non profit organizations, and major corporations in over 31 countries in support of first annual National Mental Health Day Action Day on May 20th, 2021 we hosted our Virtual Field-trip "Your Pain Matters", where we had our spokes woman "Danae Brown" who jumped off a 40 ft bridge and lived to share her testimony, was there to share her story.
To provide an health way of transitioning in life for the young adults, their parents and homeless veterans.
By offering local veterans who are abandoned, bullied, abused and homeless, aged out young adults in the cps system, and misplaced families through our Transition Living Program and 3 Phase Mentoring Program "Pain2Purpose.