About the Babineaux Family Foundation

Impacting lives since 2005


In 2005, the Babineaux Family Foundation (BFF), created by a pair of NFL brothers, Jonathan and Jordan, established itself as a non profit organization designed to open doors for youth & community development, alongside, build awareness for the chronic autoimmune disease lupus. *Registered as 501(c)3 of Internal Revenue Code


The Babineaux Family Foundation has served and impacted many cities throughout the U.S. Individually, Jonathan and Jordan have influenced many lives over the course of their NFL career by virtue of their shortcomings and misfortunes growing up in Texas.

The BFF partners with local and global organizations building awareness and supporting community members affected by the illness.

In conjunction with government funding, various fundraising events, and the support of community leaders, the Babineaux Family Foundation has helped bridge the gap of adolescent transitions and obstacles, and form a cheer team used as reinforcement for affected members of lupus.


Co-founders, Jonathan and Jordan, together believe, "No one man has had success without the influence of other great men before him" showcasing the importance building the bridge that connects tomorrow's ideas into today's reality. Various programs include:

Youth Scholarship Fund - Since its start, the BFF have given away scholarships to HS students looking to further their education.

Criteria - 2.5+ GPA - Applied to a College - Essay Contestant

Back to School Campaign/ Holiday Giveaway - The BFF teams up with Jamaal Charles and other local celebrities providing for those suffering from economical misfortunes. Both influences have impacted hundreds of families yearly. Multiple partnership shave contributed to this ongoing success.


It's easy! Click the link below to contribute.

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for upcoming events and find out how to participate.