Using your donations to build character in today's youth and tomorrow's leaders.
Together we can make a difference!
Jus B about Character is a registered trademark of the Jacob D. Bullock Foundation.  The Jacob D. Bullock Foundation is a 501(c)(3) under federal tax guidelines.
2700 Braselton Hwy., * Suite 10-424 * Dacula, GA 30019 * 404-496-4114 Office  * 404-496-4549 Fax
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a 501(c)3 under 
federal tax guidelines
Founded May 15, 2010 in honor of Jacob Bullock, we use his initials to encourage young people to “Jus B.” Jus B-Kind, Jus B-Honest, Jus B-Helpful, Jus B-Positive, Jus B-about Character.  To assist them, we provide one-on-one and group mentoring opportunities, tutoring and academic assistance, community service and character building activities.
"Be more concerned with your character than your reputation.  Your character is who you really are.  Your reputation is merely what others think you are.”  John Wooden  
Mentors do not need any special degrees or job skills. The best mentors simply want to make a difference in the life of a young person.  Jus B-a friend who helps them to gain self-confidence and inspires them to expand the possibilities for their future.
Jus B-About Character is now an active member of MENTOR's National Mentoring Database (NMD) and volunteer referral service. The NMD features a network of over 4,000 youth mentoring programs across the nation and  Resources for Mentors

Our mentors can participate in a variety of activities.  Group and One-on-One meetings, community service events, movies, sporting events and day trips are all opportunities to mentor.  The goal is simply to spend quality time with young people, providing positive influence that motivates positive choices.
Give whatever time you can, just be consistent and committed to the time you choose to give.
It takes one person to make a difference in the life of a child. Be that person.  MENTOR
Running away? In crisis or need a place to stay? Safe Place designates schools, fire stations, libraries and youth-friendly businesses as Safe Place sites where youth can access help and supportive resources. Look for the sign.
Together, we can create awareness about the dangers of bullying and give emotional support to those who may be contemplating suicide. If you or someone you know is in a suicidal crisis, call the Lifeline at 
1-800-273-TALK (8255). 

Summitridge Center for Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine Teen Drug Rehab -- 250 Scenic Highway
L'ville, GA 30045 -- (678) 312-5858   

GRN CSB Lawrenceville - Alcohol and Drug Program - Teen Drug Rehab -- 175 Gwinnet Drive L'ville, GA 30045
(770) 963-8141

Hindsight 20/20,Inc - Teen Drug Rehab

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Congratulations 2014 Mathurin Scholarship Winners
Savannah Rachel Bishop is a Senior at Brookwood High School and plans to attend one of three colleges where she has been accepted; University of Missouri, Old Mis, and LSU.  Wow, what an honor.  Savannah has made a tremendous impact read more...
Thaxton Lipscomb is Student Body President and a Mountain View High School Honor Graduate who has been accepted and will attend Clemson University in the fall of 2014. ​Thaxton has been instrumental in raising the bar for minority males in his community by working with read more.....