The Braxton Miller Foundation is dedicated to bringing athletic and STEM opportunities to young people and using those opportunities to improve their lives through education, sports, and mentoring.
In addition to our athletic leagues and camps, we also partner with Xtreme STEM to offer robotics competitions. Participants in our Charg1ng robotics program learn how to build robots that can be part of robotics competitions, learning more about STEM careers in the process.
Our youth sports events are at the heart of our mission at The Braxton Miller Foundation. We organize a number of leagues, including basketball and flag football, for boys and girls at multiple age levels. We also host multi-day football and basketball camps. In addition, we have opportunities for non-traditional competition in sports such as robotics, for kids who may not have an interest in participating in conventional sporting events. All of the Charg1ng events we organize are designed to give kids skills they can use as part of the game, as well as skills they can carry with them in life, whatever they choose to do.
We formed The Braxton Miller Foundation out of a desire to help kids achieve higher in sports and in life. Through our sports camps and leagues, and thanks to our highly-trained professional coaching staff, we give kids the tools they need to be better athletes, better students, better communicators, and better leaders as they go through life. The organization was founded in 2021 by former Buckeye and NFL football player Braxton Miller and his aunt, Lashonda.
We always appreciate the support of those who want to contribute to our youth sports programs and help improve the lives of kids through sports and guidance. If you’re interested in helping to make a difference in the lives of the kids we serve, please consider making a donation, becoming a sponsor or volunteering at one of our athletic events.