Community involvement


October 21, 2017 Bobby Dodd Stadium Atlanta, GA

The Chubb Foundation prides itself in providing opportunities for the youth within the Atlanta communities. For our first event we reached out to Ms. Jade Rodgers, a childhood friend of the Chubb brothers and teacher at Barack H. Obama Elementary Magnet School of Technology, to see how we could involve ourselves with the youth in the Atlanta public schools. From this, the Chubb Foundation sponsored five children, from Ms. Rodger's classroom, for a trip to the Georgia Tech vs Wake Forest football game held at Bobby Dodd Stadium. The merit in which these children were selected were based off of a few things. The children were selected based on good behavior in school, good grades or signs of improvement in the classroom, and respect toward their teacher and administration. Transportation was provided to and from the stadium along with a lunch provided by Otters Chicken. Pregame field passes and tickets to the game were also included along with a "Chubb Foundation" t-shirt to wear to the game. 




Summer, Annual @ mercedes benz stadium  

The Chubb Foundation Football Camp kicks off every summer at the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga. The Chubb Foundation partners with organizations like: Big Brothers Big Sisters of  Metro Atlanta, 100 Black Men of South Metro Atlanta,  and Active Youth Academy, to provide the talent and resources for middle school and high school students in the metro Atlanta area, to participate and support this event. The camp is free of charge to the students. Multiple NFL and collegiate football players will be on hand to instruct and coach the participants.

Our mission as a foundation is to use our sports platform to activate human potential; this camp does just that. Participants will be provided with on-field instruction, coaching, and competition to better their technique. Not only will they be coached on the field but off the field also. The camp will conclude with a group Q & A with the coaches of the camp, where they will hear multiple players speak and then be able to ask questions. 

Our goal for each camper is to leave the camp with more skill of the game and knowledge of the game, than they came in with and also a better sense of confidence and direction for their daily lives. Each participant will also leave the camp with  a bag, supplies, and a lunch provided by Chick-fil-A. 


… For everyone to whom much is given, from him much will be required.
— Luke 12:48