The Chubb Foundation was founded by two brothers, Brandon and Bradley Chubb. The brothers grew up in Marietta, Ga with their two parents, Aaron and Stacey Chubb. From a young age, Brandon and Bradley were introduced to football, and sports alike. Their father, Aaron was an All-Region athlete at Rockmart High School a defensive standout with the University of Georgia Bulldogs, and was drafted in the NFL by the New England Patriots. The boys wanted nothing more than to be like their father and follow in his footsteps. Their mother Stacey is an athlete too as she has competed, and still does, in numerous marathons, half-marathons, and triathlons. There was nothing short of competition in the Chubb household. Stacey also volunteers for a non-profit organization called Back on My Feet, that helps people literally get back on their feet after unfortunate circumstances, where she was "Volunteer of the Year" in 2016.
Brandon has a background in philanthropy as he volunteered every Sunday in college with an organization called H.O.P.E, Help our People Eat. His service with this organization started as an hobby and quickly grew into a passion, as he was present every Sunday during the school year and summer to hand out meals to the youth of impoverished communities in Winston-Salem, NC.
Bradley followed suit in his time at NC State, volunteering for toys for tots, Wake Medical Children's Hospital numerous times, and the Veteran's hospital.