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WE PROVIDE MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS THE BUILDING BLOCKS & OPPORTUNITY TO DEFINE & GROW THEIR STRENGTHS, SELF-ESTEEM & VALUES, IN THE AREAS OF SOCIAL, ACADEMIC, PHYSICAL & MORAL ARENAS.

Who Are The Draughns?

Shaun Draughn

Shaun Draughn was born in Tarboro, NC where he stayed until attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the son of Pastor Kenneth R. Draughn and co paster Shirley Draughn.  He is the youngest of 3, with two older sisters, Kennethra and Rashena. Shaun is entering is 7th NFL season, this year with the NY Giants.  His passion for helping the youth started in college, when he realized how little he knew about the “real world” before he stepped into it.  His goal is to prepare as many young kids to be ready for the many curve balls life will throw them.

Shonda Draughn

Shonda Draughn, Realtor by day, wife and mother by night, was born to Marion and George Peoples in Aschafffenburg, Germany, grew up in Lawton, OK, and attended high school in Raleigh, NC.  She is also the youngest of 3 with two older sisters, Marcia and Melanie.  As an “Army brat,”  she knows what its like to have to make adjustments to her surroundings. Helping young ladies reach their full potential, despite any obstacles, has been a passion of hers for as long as she can remember. She hopes to be a positive influence in the lives of as many young women  as possible.

What is Our Foundation’s Mission?

We provide middle and high school students the building blocks and opportunity to define and grow their strengths, self-esteem and values, in the areas of social, academic, physical and moral arenas. Helping them understand their unique strengths and weaknesses whereby creating a climate in which all students would have the opportunity to thrive.

Engaging the students to think critically about moral and ethical issues that integrate character development in every aspect of their life. Our goal is to foster qualities that will help students be successful as citizens, in the workplace and in school. This is the common denominator for success.

Help Students Succeed.

Provide building blocks, opportunity, & growth to middle school & high school students.

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