GENYOUth is an organization that specializes in school wellness programs that encourage our kids to be fit -- physically and mentally with the likes of New York Giants running back Rashad Jennings and billionaire investor Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) .
"If we give our kids the skills they need to identify a problem and build a solution, we help all of us," says Alexis Glick, CEO of GENYOUth, who recruited these impressive men to help our youth.
GENYOUth is an organization that specializes in school wellness programs, that encourage our kids to be fit -- physically and mentally. So Glick got on the phone, called Buffett and he readily agreed to help.
Jennings was an overweight kid with asthma, so he knew firsthand how important it is to have people encourage you along the way. He started the Rashad Jennings Foundation to do just that.
And they're not alone. Corporate America understands that mentoring our kids now guarantees the prosperity of our future.
CEOs including Patrick Doyle of Domino's (DPZ) and Bill McDermott of SAP (SAP) are just a few of the executives that have gotten involved in the movement.
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