Join Us in Empowering the Next Generation: Adopt a School with JABC

At JABC, we believe in the power of partnership to shape the future. By adopting a school, grade, or class you have the opportunity to make a tangible difference in the lives of young people across our province.

Why Adopt a School?

1. Direct Impact Your support directly funds our engaging and transformative programs, empowering students with essential life skills and inspiring them to reach their full potential.

2. Hands-On Involvement As an adopter, you not only contribute financially but also have the unique opportunity to engage directly with students by delivering one or programs in the classroom. Share your expertise, inspire curiosity, and make a lasting impression on the next generation.

3. Community Connection Adopting a school fosters meaningful connections within your community. Whether you’re a business leader, educator, or concerned citizen, this initiative allows you to invest in the future of your community and cultivate a culture of learning and empowerment.

How it Works:

1. Choose Your Level of Involvement Whether you prefer to adopt an entire school, a specific grade, or a single class, there’s a perfect opportunity for you to make a difference.

2. Contribute Financially Your donation helps cover the costs of program materials, resources, and facilitator training, ensuring that every student has access to quality education.

3. Get Involved Roll up your sleeves and become a hands-on volunteer. Choose from a range of programs designed to inspire entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and work readiness, and make a meaningful impact in the classroom.

Make a Difference Today

Ready to get involved? Please contact to learn more about how you can make a difference through the JABC Adopt-a-School program.

Together, let’s inspire, educate, and empower the leaders of tomorrow.

Student Quotes
“I learned some new words like entrepreneur, advertising, interest, savings account and withdrawal. I also learned how to plan a business and it’s really hard if you don’t have money to start one. You also have to think if your business will earn or not, if it’s useful or will benefit the consumers.”
“It will help me by learning how to be an entrepreneur and how to start a business properly. It will help me in the future to make money for myself and my family. I can get rich hopefully.”
“I learned that it is hard to earn money so I have to manage and spend it wisely. I also learned that if I want to start a business, I have to be a trustworthy borrower. Banks can lend money to people to start a business or make their business even bigger.”