RuJohn Foundation to host its Annual Jamaica Celebrity Sports Camps in June


Innovative 501 c(3), non-profit organization, RuJohn Foundation set to host the Annual Celebrity Camp Jamaica from June 16th to 22nd, 2019

The Jamaica Celebrity Sports Camps is an annual event organized by RuJohn Foundation. The event is hosted in line with the organization’s goal of providing the necessary tools for education to the rural and inner-city schools of the United States and Jamaica. The annual event includes sports camps led professional athletes and acting workshops anchored by successful actors and entertainers in Kingston and Montego Bay Jamaica. The 2019 edition of the event is scheduled to hold from June 16 to 22, with notable names on the list of attendees.

Since it was founded in 2003 by Christina and Andrew Bachelor, the RuJohn Foundation has stayed true to its goal of helping needy students and other such persons across Jamaica and the U.S. reach their full potential by providing workshops, school supplies, academic scholarships, and refurbished basketball courts. The annual celebrity camps is one of the ways the foundation has been able to achieve its goal in recent times, using sports and creativity as a source of motivation.

The 2019 Annual Jamaica Celebrity Sports Camps will be featuring A-list sports and entertainment celebrities. Some of the names expected to attend the event include Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor (Meet the Blacks), Emmy Nominated Actor DeStorm Power (Caught), and Darius Butler (Indiana Colts). Other celebrity attendees are Jelanie Jenkins (Miami Dolphins), Lance Gross (Star), Tristin Mays (McGuyver), Shibhon and Amanda (former Brooklyn Nets Dancer), and a host of other big shots organized by Christina Bachelor.

The Celebrity Sports Camp will hold in Kingston, Jamaica from June 16th to 18th, and Montego Bay, Jamaica from June 19th to 22nd. Details of other activities at the event are highlighted as follows:

KINGSTON June 16 at JAMAICA PEGASUS: 1-5pm

Acting 2 Days Intensive Workshops, Music & Creative Kids (Ages 3-5).

KINGSTON June 17 at KINGSTON COLLEGE – North Street: 1-4pm

Baseball, Basketball, Dancing/Cheerleading, American Football & Golf (Spots are Limited).

MONTEGO BAY June 19 at UWI WESTERN JAMAICA: 11:30am-4pm

Acting 2 Days Intensive Workshops, Music & Creative Kids (Ages 3-5 & 6-11), Basketball, Dancing-Cheerleading, American Football & Golf.

More information about the 2019 Annual Jamaica Celebrity Sports Camps and how to register as well as other projects from the RuJohn Foundation can be found on their website. RuJohn Foundation is also available several social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

About RuJohn Foundation

RuJohn Foundation is a 501 c(3), non-profit organization with a mission to provide the necessary tools for education to rural and inner-city schools throughout Jamaica. The foundation was founded in 2003, by Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor and Christina Bachelor. What began as a small once-a-year event in Montego Bay has now evolved into an island-wide program providing year-round academic scholarships, school supplies, athletic gear and funding for educational programs. Recently, the foundation completed a running track for underprivileged youth at Kingston College.


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