Learn About Thomas White Jr. Foundation, Inc.
Based in Jamaica, New York, Thomas White Jr. Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 charitable organization that provides community outreach about various social issues. Our organization was established in 1980 and was known as J-CAP Foundation. In February 2014, we changed our name in honor of our founder, The Honorable Thomas White, Jr. Our mission will serve as his legacy in being a Community leader, Councilman, and Advocate of Southeast Queens.
Our focus areas are Health and Wellness, Economic and Community Empowerment, Educational Opportunities and Grants, Youth Engagement and Second Chances. We conduct drug prevention and educational programs to help people, especially our youth, to become productive citizens.
With a deep passion for our mission, we have received acknowledgments from elected officials, churches, non-profits, celebrities and the community. We have partnered and collaborated with a number of elected officials, government agencies, organizations and celebrities such as, NYS Assemblywoman Vivian E. Cook, Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, NYC Small Business Services, B.A.S.I.C.S International, New Jerusalem Worship Center, Godian Operation of Outreach, Heartland Institute, Jamaica Now Initiative, and actor/rapper artist Curtis (50 Cent) Jackson.
To encourage and support charitable, scientific, educational, and religious endeavors to assist those in need of assistance and uplift our youth to be successful in the future.
Board of Directors
|Chairman: Bryan D. White
||Vice President: Ronny P. Simon
||Secretary: Seleste White
|Treasurer: Tasha Baston
||Member: Tyquana Henderson
||Member: Bishop Rev Dr. Michael Baston
|Member: Reverend Nicholas Tweed
||Member: Deborah Johnson
||Member: William G. Riley Sr.