Annual Palm Beach All-Stars Football Camp
In 2011, the Q81 Foundation embarked on its first youth football camp for middle and high school students. This is a non-contact youth football skills camp, featuring top coaching instruction from Palm Beach County coaches along with local NFL players. The Palm Beach Beach County All Stars Camp is designed to encourage boys and girls age 10-18 years old to participate and enjoy the game of football, while maximizing each camper’s potential as a football player. The Camp will focus on the fundamentals of football but will also aggressively touch on intangible elements such leadership, work ethic and being a positive role model. Be sure to visit us next summer for info on the 2012 camp sign up!

Annual Q81 Summer Enrichment Program
The Q81 Foundation and Florida Crystals Corporation began a promising partnership in 2011 to support students in Pahokee, Florida. Together they formed the Q81 Summer Enrichment program, an 8-week program designed for students at Everglades Preparatory Academy grades 9-12 who needed courses to catch up academically. The participating teenagers had the opportunity for a credit-recovery curriculum, while also enjoying a variety of activities, including popular guest speakers, classroom discussions, and exciting field trips. Participating organizations and people have included the Summer Food Service Program, Teen Time® program of Planned Parenthood of South Florida & the Treasure Coast (PPSFTC), The Center for Technology, Enterprise & Development, INC (TED Center), YMCA Indiantown, Florida Partnership to End Childhood Hunger, First Tee of Palm Beach County, Brittani Robins, Bishop Jenkins of Bible Church of God, the Palm Beach County Public Library, Pepsi Beverages Company of Riviera Beach, Quantum Foundation, the Palm Beach County Sheriff Office, and NFL great Lemar Parrish. Plans are in place for a similar program in 2012.

Dental Program
Anquan Boldin Foundation Dental Care Program in Partnership with Oral and Facial Surgery Center of Phoenix and Woolaver Orthodontics. This partnership was established in 2009 to help underprivileged youth address urgent dental care needs, specifically children who are being profoundly impacted by chronic dental conditions such as jaw deformities, overbites, underbites, impacted and symptomatic wisdom teeth. During the 2008 NFL season Boldin experienced a hit to the head, causing immediate surgical care to his face and mouth. Dr. Reed Day, founder of the Oral and Facial Surgery Center, was in charge of Boldin’s surgery and facial recovery and Dr. Chris Woolaver provided orthodontic care to re-establish a proper, healthy bite for Anquan after the facial surgery. The Anquan Boldin Foundation Dental Care Program are now accepting online submissions from parents of children in the Phoenix area who have severe dental concerns and provide select recipients with either the surgical attention required or consultation. Parents can email us at

Seasonal Services
We provide youth and after school programs with special events and gifts during the holidays and additional times throughout the year with:

·Holiday Dinners
·Holiday Shopping Sprees
·Back to School items
·Technology Equipment
·Football Equipment
·YFL Trips to NFL games

Please email us with your contact information and information about how our Seasonal Services can be of help to you or your after school program. If you are part of an organization, please provide information to us using your program letterhead. Accepting submissions from October through February only.