Welcome to Stars of Tomorrow, Inc.
"The foundation for our future."
Stars of Tomorrow, Inc. is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization that will be helping our youth of today become more successful tomorrow. Stars of Tomorrow, Inc. was founded in 2010 by Jemmy Jasmin, who graduated from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor Degree in Broadcasting and a minor in Business Administration. Jemmy had a dream of starting a foundation to help make a difference in the community in which he came and succeeded.
There are many children around the United States that just do not have the same opportunities of more fortunate youth. This is where Stars of Tomorrow steps in. Stars of Tomorrow will be providing backpacks, school utensils, and in some cases, even clothing for those less fortunate children. Stars of Tomorrow will also be providing funding for scholarship opportunities for prospective college students. Every child should have an equal opportunity to succeed in this world and Stars of Tomorrow, Inc. is willing to make sure that this happens.
SOT News & Events
Stars of Tomorrow's Christmas Invasion 2012
December 16, 2012
The Stars of Tomorrow Foundation [Jemmy Jasmin, Max Jean-Gilles and crew] made their way to Fulford Elementary School in North Miami Beach, FL to bring some smiles in the form of Christmas cheer. The crew arrived in 2 cars with packed with gifts. It is what they call their "Annual Christmas Invasion." Jasmin, Jean-Gilles and the rest of the crew were up late, till the early morning hours boxing up gifts and stuffing over 500 hundred Christmas cards. The goal of this invasion was to make sure every 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grader received a gift and a card. The gifts ranged from toys to laptops.
Mobile Food Pantry to Distribute Nutritious Foods to Those Facing Food Insecurity
July 10, 2012
Feeding South Florida will team up with Stars of Tomorrow, Inc. , Tampa Bay Buccaneers player E. J. Biggers and Philadelphia Eagles player Max Jean-Gilles to provide a mobile food pantry at The 3rd Annual Hangout Day on Saturday, July 21. During the free event which is open to the public, the mobile food pantry will provide 15,000 pounds of nutritious produce to those who are facing hunger. Several NFL players, including Biggers and Jean-Gilles, will be distributing food at the event. Over 2,000 people are expected to attend.
In an effort to provide those who are food insecure in underserved communities with nutritious foods, Feeding South Florida operates the mobile food pantry truck throughout South Florida. The refrigerated vehicle is part of a nationwide fleet from Kraft Foods (the Kraft Foods Mobile Pantry Program) and its Foundation in partnership with Feeding America.
Toys And Smiles For McKayla
April 7, 2012
On Wednesday, Jemmy Jasmin along with Max Jean-Gilles spent some time at ToysRus being kids for a day. With smiles they shopped for young McKayla Bazile. Bazile was an unfortunate bystander to a drive-by shooting, of all places at a funeral home in Miami, FL. http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/04/02/2728339/funeral-home-shooting-leaves-questions.html 2 people were killed and 9 wounded. The Stars of Tomorrow Foundation jumped into action.
Max Jean Gilles (NFL Free Agent Offensive Lineman)along with his good friend Jemmy Jasmin (founder of Stars of Tomorrow Foundation) saw the story and went to work. If you follow our blog here at www.thegivingathlete.com you already know some of the work this foundation continues to do in South Florida. This is just a small sample of what this foundation is involved with.
Max Jean-Gilles & EJ Biggers are "Backpacking" Kids to Success
August 20, 2011
Max Jean-Gilles of the Cincinnati Bengals and E.J. Biggers of the Tampa Buccaneers are currently working with their NFL teams getting prepared for the regular season, yet the two managed to team up with Jemmy Jasmin of The Stars of Tomorrow Foundation, getting kids in their hometwon ready for the school year.
The Stars of Tomorrow, Inc "teamed up" with the Pilot Club of Miami to provide bookbags filled with school supplies for kids in the North Miami Beach Community. Volunteers with the Pilot Club of Miami packed 200 bookbags filled with pens, notebooks, folders,etc. The giveaway was held at Mischon Athletic Field in North Miami Beach, FL.
Max Jean-Gilles 2nd Annual "Hangout Day"
July 23, 2011
Back on July 23rd Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Lineman Max Jean-Gilles held his second annual "Hangout Day." Jean-Gilles was raised in Miami. He attended North Miami Beach Senior High School and went on to play "college ball" at The University of Georgia. Jean-Gilles is definitely doing his part giving back to his community. For him it is all about the kids. "Hangout Day" began with a 2 hour football/cheerleading camp for the kids (ages 8-16) and afterwards the rest of community came out to enjoy a free concert. It was basically as he termed it a "Hangout Day." Everything was paid for by Jean-Gilles. It was mini-fair type atmosphere replete with food, bounce-houses, etc. Here is a brief commercial Jean-Gilles used to promote the event. Jean-Gilles is working with together with the "Stars of Tomorrow, Inc," an organization that is committed to making a positive change in the lives of young people.