ANTHONY JOHNSON

ANTHONY JOHNSON

FOUNDATION

The Anthony Johnson Foundation was established on January 2, 2017 in order to help children diagnosed with cancer. Through his early years, high school, college, and to the present, service to others has been a part of Anthony's life.  He loves the joy that comes from putting smiles on faces and touching the hearts of others.

 

The inspiration for the foundation comes from Anthony’s grandfathers: one who fought a good fight but lost his battle with cancer, and the other who's a current survivor. Anthony also finds inspiration from Parker Rivera, a young man that not only impacted Anthony's life in a powerful way, but the lives of everyone who had the chance to know him. Rivera also fought as long and as hard as he could, and those that knew him believe he would want nothing more than to help save and impact the lives of others as well. Last but not least, Anthony finds inspiration in his mother, Nakisha Johnson, who was diagnosed last year. A current survivor, Ms. Johnson never gave up the fight. Her courage, and that of his grandfathers and Rivera, is why Anthony has started his foundation—to show everyone, young and old, that one should never give up.

 

All funds raised by the Anthony Johnson Foundation will be distributed to suitable organizations. Anthony and all of his supporters thank you for your support and the gratitude shown in service to others.

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Career

  • Born on January 24th, 1993
  • Born in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • USA Today/Parade High Sschool All-American (2010)
  • Gatorade Louisiana Defensive Player Of The Year (2010)
  • State Of Louisiana Career Quarterback Sack Record
  • CBS, Sporting News Freshman All-American (2011)
  • New York Jets, Defensive End #75

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