Our Board of Directors, amazing team of motivated youth, mentor leaders and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others all over the world. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch with RBJ Foundation today for more information!
Seeing a need for Youth resources all over the world for the vulnerable at risk Youth within our communities, Ex-Pro Football Athlete and Inspiring Motivational Speaker Ronald A. Burgess Jr. formed our non profit organization to provide support, strength and guidance to the Youth we serve. We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of Our communities!
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our Youth within the communities. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change and growth. Through various facilitated workshops and community engagement. RBJ’s sole mission is to strengthen communities all over the world by empowering the Youth within.
Be a part of our 1st Family Recovery X Motivation Conference. Where Family Recovery and Motivations prioritized in hopes of supporting youth...
"It takes a village."
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
Want to become an ambassador (volunteer)? For more Info on how you can get involved text "RBJ FOR LIFE" to (508)-388-4020
The Ronald A. Burgess Jr. has launched our "Process Center" where teachers, parents, counselors, organizations and programs may download our PDF worksheets. These process worksheets assist in enhancing social emotional awareness, resilience and motivation. For more information email email@example.com
The Ronald A. Burgess Jr. is set to launch their Recovery X Motivation Conference for Family/Recovery Supports and professionals dealing with those who struggle with Substance-Use Disorders. Mark your calendars! September 4th. Registration opens AUGUST 1st (first come first serve).
When the time comes, for your loved one to transition to treatment resulting from substance-use disorders (addiction) and/or MH (Mental Health), this typically results in what The RBJ Foundation calls "Need to know" questions from the children. Read our short children's book "It's not Jacobs fault" used all over the world to simply help children with addicted parents understand "It's not their fault."
The Ronald A. Burgess Jr. Foundation Inc. has donated a sensory room mural to UMASS Community Healthlink. Click here to see our blog for pictures and resources.
Q: Does RBJ provide supplies to youth programs, schools, organizations, institutions etc.? Yes, The Ronald A. Burgess Jr. Foundation provides to youth programs, schools, organizations, and institutions. For more info email Info@ronburgessjrfoundation.org
Q: How can I get involved as an ambassador (volunteer) for the Ronald A. Burgess Jr. Foundation Inc.? To get involved with the RBJ Foundation text "RBJ4LIFE" to (508)-388-4020.
Q: How can RBJ Help the Youth I serve? The Ronald A. Burgess Jr. Foundation facilitates powerful youth development, social emotional, life skills and sustainable growth workshops for Youth and their respective families all over the World. Our workshops assist in increasing youth motivation, strengthening resilience and reducing common pyscho-stressors youth face daily. From mental health, substance-use disorders, health and wellness, our workshops produce sustainable growth in youth that'll inevitably create a legacy.
Q: How can I get a bulk order of The Ronald A. Burgess Jr. Foundation Inc. published book "it's not Jacobs Fault" for the Children and/or Family I serve? Currently "It's not Jacobs fault" is only available on Amazon Kindle. To receive more info email Info@ronburgessjrfoundation.org
Q: How do I get in contact with The Ronald A. Burgess Jr. Foundation Inc. to discuss visiting my program, school, organization, institution etc.? Interested in RBJ visiting your program, school, organization, institution etc. email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire and get the youth you serve on our visitation list.
Download our PDF process worksheets. These worksheets are used to motivate and enhance social emotional awareness. Studies show motivation opens up doors and pushes our youth to work harder and strive for purpose.