SIZZLA YOUTH FOUNDATION
To unite, empower, uplift, educate, and motivate the world’s future leaders.
The Sizzla Youth Foundation was founded by the international reggae icon Sizzla Kalonji. This organization has partnered with the University of West Indies, Social Development Commission, Citizen Security Justice Program, Project Management Institute and the August Town & Halfway Tree Police on several projects. These collaborative efforts are to elevate the spirits and station of young people. The main goal is to empower youth so they may be able to walk in higher social consciousness so they can contribute to society.
The Sizzla Youth Foundation encourages mental emancipation, preservation of heritage, economic freedom for Jamaica’s youth and their communities through education and activism.
While also promoting a historical and cultural understanding of the communities history in liberation and freedom, also studying language arts and indigenous cultures.
Sizzla's message is, "No crime, no violence…education is the key. Stay in school. Africa!"
MISSION & VISION.
Our mission is to promote independence and entrepreneurship.
This is achieved by:
Creating multi skill programs in a wide range of fields
Identifying cultural and academic opportunities
Building up the youth to tap into their creative selves
Expanding consciousness and mental fortitude to better prepare the youth of today to be the leaders of tomorrow
The Vision of Sizzla Youth Foundation is that all children in the community can live in peace, be educated, focused and well fed. Our goal is to teach young people to be mindful of one another and assist the world and human family at large. We hope to bring joy through learning new skills, concentrating on how to turn goals and dreams into reality and create purpose in life. Our hope for all youths is to gain an overstanding of life and learn to live in righteousness guided by the principles of Rastafari.
"If you are open-minded and ready to learn, there are many things which you can learn not only from books and instructors but from the very life experience itself."
- Haile Selassie I
"Once Being apart of this life, in the daily struggles we all face. Let your thoughts of betterment be for yourself and others"