PHILANTHROPY


 

Throughout his career, George has been involved in numerous not for profit corproations and institutions. George was a co-founder and Chairman of Minority Athletes Networking, etc. (MAN) – a not for profit organization committed to cultivating inner city youths. During the past 18 years, MAN has provided approximately 200 students with over $800,000 in scholarship monies. Additionally, MAN sponsors the Football Camp of Bergen County, Toys for the New Hope Development Center, Bronx Psychiatric Hospital, Harlem Junior Tennis Program, Althea Gibson Foundation Tennis Program, Adopt-A-School – Central High, SAT Preparatory Classes – FDU, and Thanksgiving Dinner for Seniors – Patterson, Roselle, and Newark NJ.

George also serves as an Executive Board Member for the National Football League Youth Football initiative – focused on molding, teaching, and instructing NFL coaches, facilities, and players. He is a board member for the New York Football Giants Alumni, where he focuses on integrating disenfranchised former team members back into productional roles within society. As a former team board member and Distinguished Achievement award recipient at Fairleigh Dickinson University, George is still involved in numerous university fund raising efforts. He is the Honorary President of Tomorrow’s Child Fund and Honorary Dinner Chairman of the Make A Wish Foundation.

George formed an organization called Young African-American Professionals (YAAP) whose sole responsibility is that of a self-help networking group responsible for supporting each others growth personally and professionally and going out into the community and making a difference. He is responsible for mentoring countless individuals and has had a profound influence on the lives of the youth.

 

George also serves as a board member of Hackensack University Medical Center, The East Orange Medical Center, Drug Abuse Resistance Education of New Jersey, The Giblin Foundation and The Harlem Junior Invitational Tennis Tournament.