Jamaal has been involved with our charities for 20 years and has promoted our charities throughout his long and distinguished professional career.  Jamaal has been a role model by promoting a work ethic, community service, family values and healthy living for children and youth.  Jamaal and his family have hosted a community day in Thorncliffe Park where they promoted healthy games and family activities and have worked with The Toronto Police Service to promote safe communities.

Jamaal has visited several Breakfast Club locations, participated in the Bike Safety Day we organize at Humber College for 500 children and attended our Christmas Gala for 800 children at the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex.

Jamaal has also been very generous in providing tickets to Toronto Raptors Games for the children in our Clubs.

Each year, The Children’s Breakfast Clubs and our partners, The Toronto Police Service, enter a float in the Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival.  Jamaal attends the Caribbean Carnival Kick-off at Toronto Police Headquarters, participates in the Grand Parade on our float, and collaborates with the Toronto Police to showcase the community and the police working together.

Jamaal’s professional accomplishments, personal qualities, commitment to his family and to his community, and his work with charities make him a superb role model to children and youth.