The Grant Cardone Foundation Engages With Over 350,000 Youth Globally Through Scholarships And Entrepreneur Funding


Grant Cardone has broken barriers of success once again within his non-profit organization, The Grant Cardone Foundation which confirms engaging with over 350,000 youth globally with their generous and ongoing fundraising and mentoring occurring in multiple ways; 10X Hub (South Africa), Mentoring Workshops; Entrepreneurial Program; FIU Scholarship Program; “10X Kid of the Year” Scholarship and the Grant Cardone internship.

The Grant Cardone Foundation is a national non-profit organization invested in helping youth communities reach their fullest potential. Entrepreneur and best-selling author, Grant Cardone, created the foundation as a result of experiencing the traumatic loss of his father when he was only ten years old. Growing up without a father figure in his life affected him emotionally, socially, and academically and leading Cardone to make it his mission to help young adults, who may need life and career guidance just as he once did. The foundation partners with community organizations, municipal agencies, corporations, and other non-profit entities to help deliver energy and educational resources to kids in need. Their mission is to provide mentoring and financial literacy education to adolescents in underserved and at-risk populations, especially those without a father figure.

“Through the Grant Cardone Foundation, I am proud to continue providing opportunities to help enhance our youth’s future of tomorrow by giving them a wide range of assistance from mentoring and guidance to scholarships plus tools for career advancement,” said Grant Cardone, Founder of The Grant Cardone Foundation.

10X Hub is a globally known program in South Africa, the global initiative that provides financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and mentorship programs to help level the playing field and fight poverty at its core, and to create a lasting LEGACY (Leading, Entrepreneurial, Growth, and Commitment to Youth education) for generations to come in these communities. It’s an entrepreneurial development center, a collaborative space, and a 10X mentorship hub. This is a place to give everyone, no matter their economic circumstance, the opportunity to create success and to 10X their life. South Africa has the largest concentration of fatherless adolescents in the world at 62% and one of the highest unemployment rates globally, making it an important area for the foundation to kick off its first location. The Grant Cardone Foundation has partnered with Labit on the 10X HUB in South Africa.

“10X Hub has given us the opportunity In South Africa to help pave the way in fighting poverty and building futures all because of The Grant Cardone Foundation,” said Ivan Swartz, CEO/Founder of Labit, a business incubator program in South Africa.

The Hub has impacted over 350,000 lives through digital training, it has provided annually 840 entrepreneurs in-person mentoring and guidance with 75 of these entrepreneurs given the opportunity to pitch their business ideas. Then there are fifteen promising entrepreneurs chosen for a rigorous six- to twelve-month business development, in which they will each receive a sizable investment in their business.

The Grant Cardone Foundation also hosts multiple mentoring workshops for over 1,000 at-risk youth in the South Florida Community including: 5000 Role Models, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Take Stock in Children, and PACE Center for Girls.

The Grant Cardone Foundation is on a mission to 10X the next generation of business leaders. To continue their commitment to providing educational opportunities for the youth community, they have started the First Generation Scholarship, to provide financial aid for students currently residing in the state of Florida who are first-generation college students in their family, pursuing a degree at Florida International Universities’ College of Business. The First Generation Scholarship will cover a full ride for two students every year, up to $7,500 per year, with a renewal option for up to four additional years, for a total of $30,000 to the recipient. The scholarship recipients will receive mentorship support and gain access to a multitude of powerful business resources and learning material through Cardone’s world-renowned training enterprise, Cardone Training Technologies, Inc.

For more information or to donate to The Grant Cardone Foundation, please visit The Grant Cardone.