• Fore The Troops

    Our Ron Jaworski Management and Golf family just got a little bigger and we couldn’t be happier! Tonight we had the opportunity to prepare care packages for nearly 2,000 American Troops. Although we cannot bring them home we can offer a sense of comfort. It’s the small things that make a difference in their lives overseas. It’s a Tastykake at 0400 that tastes better than they remembered-it’s sugary goodness that reminds them of home and all their loved ones waiting for their return. From the outside looking in-we packed “care packages” Granola bars, razors, baby wipes and books. But in their eyes we packed comfort, an opportunity to escape, and…

  • Jaws Bike Drive

    “There is so much joy and reward in seeing a child get their first bike,” Jaworski said. “That’s why I wanted my JYP Foundation to help brighten up the lives of these underprivileged kids in Camden over the Holiday Season. Besides the pride of owning a bike, it also encourages lifelong habits of exercise, outdoor activity and independence.” Jaws Youth Playbook gave away 200 bikes to the kids in Camden, NJ.

  • Millville Thunderbolts

    Great night surprising the Millville Midget Football League. A tragedy struck for the kids – they lost Coach Jojo right before their eyes. All though we know nothing can lessen the hardship on the community, family & players that have been impacted it was my honor to spend the evening mentoring and uplifting their spirits. Special thank you to my good Friends at the Philadelphia Soul for joining me. Each kid will get a chance to attend a Soul game this season.

  • JYP Donates 100K to City of Camden

    Jaws Youth Playbook founder Ron Jaworski donates 100K to Camden Park. This donation will be used to revitalize the community through outdoor parks and safe places to play at 4th and Washington.

  • Woodland Academy

    Can you imagine kids not wanting to play during recess because the ground was covered in chips that got “in your shoes, your hair and just every where.” That’s the case at Woodland Academy/ Keystone Star 3 Day care enter. Through a JYP grant, Woodland was able to replace the play surface for the hundreds of youth who utilize this playground in the Cobb’s Creek section of Philadelphia.

  • Ventnor Pirates

    Ron Jaworski, along with players from Ventnor City Pirates, and representatives REVIVE ─ Atlantic County’s Long Term Recovery Group, United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (UWGPSNJ), and the Ventnor community gatheredto unveil a recently rebuilt athletic field that was ravaged by Super Storm Sandy.   Repairs from the $30,000 grant from Jaws Youth Playbook include Refreshment Stand, Fieldhouse, Batting Cages, Sheds and Fences. In addition, the grant covered the cost of new athletic equipment, fieldhouse appliances and a new scoreboard!

  • Aztecs

    Ron Jaworski, along with players from the Hunting Park Aztecs celebrate their brand new field in Hunting Park section of Philadelphia.  Jaws Youth Playbook along with the Fairmount Park Conservancy, Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, Philadelphia Eagles and Michael Vick and the Team Vick Foundation, officially dedicated Team Vick Field at Hunting Park. The dedication ceremony celebrated the transformation of the football field, serving as a place of pride for Hunting Park’s 2004 Pop Warner Championship team, the North Philadelphia Aztecs!  The Hunting Park Revitalization Project is a community-driven effort to make transformative capital and programmatic improvements to the 87 acres of Hunting Park. The Philly Aztecs have since went on to win the 61st Pop Warner…

  • Kick it Up for Recess

    MLK Day of Service, Jaws Youth Playbook and United Way conducted a program – Kick it Up for Recess, where volunteers filled hundreds of sports activity bags and team kits with high-quality balls, bats, gloves, hockey sticks, tennis rackets, jump ropes and other items for after-school and summer recreation programs throughout the Philadelphia region

  • Hunting Park Playground Build with GMC

    Jaws Youth Playbook joined GMC, United Way and Fairmount Park Conservancy to build a United Way Healthy Kids Zone in Hunting Park. Celebrities and volunteers helped build a playground to provide a place for children to play in the North Philadelphia community.

  • Boys and Girls Club of Atlantic City-Triple Play

    With the increase in violence in Atlantic City, Jaws Youth Playbook decided to help with the Boys & Girls Clubs after school programs. Funds helped support the Triple Play Program, first comprehensive health and wellness program, developed in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, strives to improve the overall health of Club members ages 6-18 by increasing their daily physical activity, teaching them good nutrition and helping them develop healthy relationships.