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WHO WE ARE

The Brigitte and Bobby Sherman Children’s Foundation was launched in 2011 by activist Brigitte Sherman and former teen idol Bobby Sherman. The Brigitte & Bobby Sherman Children's Foundation is a Ghana-based youth center dedicated to blending music and education together. The mission of the Brigitte and Bobby Sherman Children’s Foundation is to provide children in Ghana with quality education and the tools needed to succeed. Our goal is to prepare and motivate children at the Brigitte and Bobby Sherman Children’s Foundation to continue their education after high school and to allow them to experience the magic of expressing themselves through music.

 

FOUNDATION MEMBERS
Director of Operations
Haleigh Poublon
Secretary
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BRIGITTE
POUBLON

Brigitte started the BBSCF in 2011 after her visit to Ghana, where she was overwhelmed by the peaceful community

Co-Founder / CEO

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BOBBY
SHERMAN

Bobby, a former teen idol, musician, and current LAPD reserve officer, supports the BBSCF through his love of music and children.

Co-Founder

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ERNIE
POUBLON

I was once in our students shoes, and have made it my mission to end the cycle of poverty

President

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JASON
SANDERS

Jason’s invaluable expertise has played a pivotal role in overseeing foundation grounds’  repairs and ensuring the successful execution of projects with contractors

Director of Operations

ACCOMPLISHMENTS
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2011-2023

647,100 meals to school children 

 

 

 

2018 

375 meals a day are served to families in Ada East District

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STATISTICS

84% of Ghanaian children attend primary school, but only 46% will enroll into high school. Barriers to education such as; tuition fees, lack of transportation, and poverty will prevent children from progressing scholastically. The BBSCF is passionate about bridging the gap to high education. Our foundation provides financial assistance to families who cannot afford to send their children to school. This assistance includes; school fees, uniforms, shoes, food, and supplies. 

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71% of children attend primary school, but only 35% enroll in high school.
 

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