THE MALCOLM JENKINS FOUNDATION

The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation is committed to youth development in underserved communities through programs and initiatives that emphasize education, character, life skills, health and recreation.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

“Thank you so much for offering me this scholarship.  You have given me a reason to continue working hard and going for my hopes and dreams to graduate college.  Thank you for your support and believing in us.”

~  Tashinga Suluma [2016 Malcolm Jenkins Scholar at College Track New Orleans]

December 18, 2016

TMJF Feeds 135 NOLA Families with 6th Annual ‘Holiday Dinner Basket Surprise’

Philadelphia Eagles Pro Bowl Safety and former New Orleans Saints/Super Bowl Champion Malcolm Jenkins and The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation (TMJF) made the holidays brighter for 135 New Orleans area families by providing holiday meal baskets at the Foundation’s sixth annual […]
December 15, 2016

TMJF’s annual event blesses area PA families for the Holiday

On Monday, December 12, 2016, TMJF kicked off the holiday season, providing holiday meal baskets for 140 Philadelphia families at the Foundation’s annual ‘Holiday Dinner Basket Surprise’ in collaboration with ACME Markets, the Philadelphia Police Department and the Philadelphia Fraternal […]

YOUNG PEOPLE NEED OUR HELP

The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation helps brighten the future of the next generation—making possible what may have seemed otherwise only a dream. Through programs, initiatives and events, The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation invests in the lives of youth and their communities.

3rd Annual Blitz, Bow-Ties and Bourbon Fundraiser

October 24, 2016

The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation’s 3rd Annual Blitz, Bow-Ties and Bourbon fundraiser, was held Monday, October 24th at the historical Union Trust at 717 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, P.A. The highly-anticipated event drew more than 200 attendees, including Philadelphia’s most influential business leaders and celebrities, and many of Jenkins’ Philadelphia Eagles teammates. The event raised more than $90,000 to expand the Foundation’s Philadelphia-based youth programs.

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