I love to see brothers and sisters. Looking out for one another.
That's the way it should be. Not contrary, stop tearing down each other

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About Us

Buju Banton Foundation provides skills training and educational opportunities for youth. With immense emphasis on at risk males, ages 8-18. Its aim and objectives are to provide mentoring and training for young men in depressed communities and childcare facilities. Encouraging them to put down all negative influences and take up skills and tools that would enable them to attain personal, academic and professional growth. So they could become positive contributors to society.

Mission

Mission

Giving light to youth living in the darkness of poverty. Through provision of food, clothing, healthcare and education. Thus ensuring they too have equal opportunities to succeed.

Testimony

Born in abject poverty I know what it is for a child to go without basic necessities. I also know what it is to be a youth with big dreams and lots of determination. Unfortunately, daunted and unable to achieve your destiny, due to lack of a helping hand. It is not an easy road, my children.

Testimony
Mission

However, Jah has blessed me. I have made it my mission through the Buju Banton Foundation, to help, by giving light to youth living in the darkness of poverty. Through provision of food, clothing, healthcare and education. Thus ensuring they too have equal opportunities to succeed.

At the Buju Banton Foundation we work in collaboration with friends of Buju Banton Foundation(volunteers, collaborators) to provide skills training, talent development, educational empowerment and other sustainable assistance to youth in Jamaica.

Mission

However, Jah has blessed me. I have made it my mission through the Buju Banton Foundation, to help, by giving light to youth living in the darkness of poverty. Through provision of food, clothing, healthcare and education. Thus ensuring they too have equal opportunities to succeed.

Stamina Daddy and Mr. Mention, the latter becoming the best-selling album in Jamaican history upon its release. That year he also broke the record for #1 singles in Jamaica, previously held by Bob Marley & The Wailers. He signed with the major label Mercury Records and released Voice of Jamaica in 1993.

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At the Buju Banton Foundation we work in collaboration with friends of Buju Banton Foundation(volunteers, collaborators) to provide skills training, talent development, educational empowerment and other sustainable assistance to youth in Jamaica.

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