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HBCU Heroes

01  Our Mission

The mission of HBCU HEROES is to raise funding to level the playing field for HBCU sports programs by assisting with scholarships and resources to meet their athletic objectives.

02  Our Vision

Empower youth and HBCU students from underserved communities with access and opportunities to pursue sustainable collegiate and career trajectories.

03  Our Goals

Increase visibility and awareness of the 105 HBCU institutions and their sports programs while creating a coalition of 50-100 athletes & entertainers to be brand ambassadors.

Call to action!

Join forces with us

HBCU Heroes is asking YOU to help us in this effort to provide 6,000 laptops are urgently needed for HBCU student- athletes to complete their distance-learning classes while America fight Coronavirus (COVID-19)

A New Day

HBCU Diversity

Former NBA Player George Lynch launches free basketball, STEM, music and dance clinics for Atlanta-area students. NBA veteran George Lynch, in partnership with Clark Atlanta University men's basketball team and Hot 107.9 radio.

George Lynch Stem Program
Chris Broussard Support HBCU

I am excited to be chosen as a new ambassador to HBCU Heroes, and look forward to working on many great projects.

Chris Broussard Ambassador
Michelle Obama Image

I do believe it is a special experience to attend an HBCU

Michelle Obama First Lady and Author
Terrance Jenkins Support HBCU

I am a proud graduate of a HBCU and a supporter.

Terrence Jenkins Actor and Entertainment Reporter

With HBCU Heroes, our goal is to level the playing field for HBCU sports programs. There’s a huge disparity between seemingly unlimited funding, sponsors, and alumni support that drive Division I schools versus the limited resources that plague historically black colleges and universities’ athletic programs. After experiencing both, I’m hoping to bring some much needed balance.


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