Since 2011, GBBF's grantmaking activities have supported local projects and have made a measurable difference in the lives of children.

The University of Miami's Shark Research and Conservation program allows students to participate in field research by conducting laboratory sessions and workshops. While also empowering youth, the program seeks to develop a greater understanding of marine biology and aquatic ecosystems 


Established with the objective of supporting teachers and students, Pencils of Promise builds schools and empowers educators across the world. 


Being one of the first supporters of Pencils of Promise, GBBF recognizes the importance of supporting both educators and communities. 


BGCMC serves almost 5,000 youth from financially challenged families in Monterey County through its club houses and extension sites.

"GBBF has helped make it possible for BGCMC's team of youth development professionals and volunteers to provide our members with activities that strengthen their math, literacy and critical thinking skills so that they achieve on-time grade progression leading to graduation and readiness for college and career."

- Boys and Girls Club of Monterey County

CASA of St. Louis engages highly trained volunteers to provide best-interest court and community based advocacy for children in the foster care system in 49 different zip codes in St. Louis

Stoked empowers urban youth through action sports.

"The Give Back Brands Foundation generously donated $10,000 in 2012 to support STOKED’s new program, Stoked for Success, its 4 year college & career readiness program. In terms of the Stoked for Success program, we have achieved our goal and have launched the program in 4 high schools; 3 of those high schools we have Year 1 & Year 2 cohorts of students."

- Stoked


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