the mission
The FUBU Foundation was created to empower and educate communities in low-income areas with a focus on entrepreneurship and children’s education.
our history

Our History


In 1992, Daymond John, Keith Perin, J. Alexander Martin, and Carlton Brown set out to create a clothing brand that was inclusive to all who wore it. After FUBU took off, Daymond John founded The FUBU Foundation in 1998 to give children the opportunity to be and feel empowered, educated, and think entrepreneurially.

Some of the charitable partners we work with include:

40%


of students plan to start a business and/or invent something that will change the world.

- Gallup and Operation HOPE

93%


of successful entrepreneurs said that "starting young" led them to where they are today as an adult.

- Inc. Magazine

6.7%


of businesses with employees are located in low-income areas.

- U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy
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Insights &latest thoughts

Further the overall value proposition organically grow the holistic world view.

Leverage agile frameworks to provide a robust synopsis for high level overviews.

Who we are

We are consultants and collaborators

Leverage agile frameworks to provide a robust synopsis for high level overviews. Iterative approaches to corporate strategy foster collaborative thinking to further the overall value proposition, world view of disruptive innovation.

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Marc Scott, Executive Officer

Change the color to match your brand or vision, add your logo, choose the perfect layout, modify menu settings, add animations, add shape dividers, increase engagement with call to action and more.

Marc Scott, Executive Officer

Change the color to match your brand or vision, add your logo, choose the perfect layout, modify menu settings, add animations, add shape dividers, increase engagement with call to action and more.

Marc Scott, Executive Officer

Change the color to match your brand or vision, add your logo, choose the perfect layout, modify menu settings, add animations, add shape dividers, increase engagement with call to action and more.

FAQs

The FUBU Foundation is a 501(c)(3) that was created by FUBU founder Daymond John. All donations to the FUBU Foundation go toward communities in low-income areas. We focus on entrepreneurship and children’s education

We are appreciative of your interest in getting involved with the FUBU Foundation. So that we can get a better idea of what you’re interested in, please fill out the form and let us know how you’d like to be involved. Whether you’re interested in being a supporter of the Foundation, you’re asking for assistance, or you have interest in other types of involvement

The FUBU Foundation supports organizations dedicated to children’s education and entrepreneurship in low-income communities. All of our donations are made to organizations that are empowering and educating children

Always appreciate support for this great cause. Please fill out the form and our team will contact you.

The FUBU Foundation was started by FUBU Founder Daymond John to continue supporting the idea of “For Us, By Us” and to help build a future where children from low-income communities can feel empowered and think entrepreneurially

Yes, the FUBU Foundation is not-for-profit. All the money that is donated goes back into supporting local organizations that are focusing on entrepreneurship and children’s education in low-income areas

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