ODBF Graduates Class Reunion
The Orange Duffel Bag Foundation presents its Graduates Class Reunion World of Possibilities at the Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech, Dec. 1 from 9:30 am to 4 pm. Meet and celebrate the incredible graduates from ODBF’s coaching classes 1-5, along with Sam Bracken, Georgia Tech graduate, co-author of My Orange Duffel Bag and co-founder of ODBF, former NFL running back Derrick Moore, and television innovator Dr. H. Allen Ecker.
Moore is the current Georgia Tech football chaplain and Fellowship of Christian Athletes advocate, while Ecker, another former football player at Georgia Tech, is executive vice president of Georgia Tech Research Institute’s best-known progeny, Scientific Atlanta. Ecker is currently working on internet protocol television (IPTV), a system where digital television service is delivered over a broadband network infrastructure similar to that used by computers.
The Orange Duffel Bag Foundation provides coaching, training and ongoing advocacy to at-risk youth; support to their guardians and caring adults; and service to the community in a spirit of offering hope and enriching young lives. ODBF provides professional level life plan coaching from certified life and executive coaches to youth (ages 12-24) who are in foster care or who have aged out, homeless youth and youth at-risk. Via a proven methodology, ODBF guides them through the process of creating their own life plans that result from the transformational change process they experience during the course.
The ODBF Coaching Program helps break the cycle of despair, the path toward destruction that statistics clearly predict for older youth in foster care and homeless teens. Together with our community partners, we are making a difference, helping these talented youth stay on a track toward success and achieving their dreams.
Limited seating is available and a minimum donation of $25 is suggested. Please RSVP at 800-598-5150 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.