Helping Adolescence Achieve Their Dreams

NFL Pro Bowl running back, Derrick Henry, founded the Two All Foundation to level the playing field for today’s youth so that their future success is not limited by the circumstances of their upbringing, background, disability, or influence.

Henry created the Two All Foundation to honor the legacy and life of his grandmother, Gladys Henry, who played an integral role in his upbringing. Two All maintains the values she embodied as a devoted grandmother, mother, provider, friend and mentor. I Did It, Grandma

Help Us Impact Youth and Address Community Needs

The foundation is dedicated to being a resource that impacts communities and equips young people to reach their full potential by instilling strong core values in their lives and providing support to communities in need and disadvantaged youth & their families.

Your donations help to fund education initiatives as well as other enrichment projects that impact underserved communities and contribute to developing at-risk youth. The foundation has been a consistent contributor to adolescents in Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, and beyond.

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Charitable causes that Derrick Henry has contributed globally to include:

Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee ($5k target gift cards for 50 kids to shop and free Nikes Christmas 2020, $5k grant to support youth development programming in 2019, $7,400 back to school clothing donation taking 35 kids shopping at Academy in 2019, 15 kids got $125 from Dick’s to back to school shop in 2018)

Boys & Girls Club of Nassau County

Special Olympics

CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort) ($20k to support Haiti in 2021 )

No Kid Hungry ($25k in 2020)

Red Cross ($10k to Haiti after hurricane Laura in 2020)

Pay Away the Layaway ($10k Christmas 2020)

Feeding America- Second Harvest Food Bank ($25k on 2020)

United Way of Great Nashville ($25k in 2020)

Community Resource Center in Nashville ($6,200 donated product for tornado relief in 2020)

Metro Nashville Public Schools (back to school shopping spree gifting 25 teachers $200 each and $1k donation for clothing for MNPS kids in 2019)

Monroe Harding (2021 Christmas “adopt a family” donations)

Past Events

Annual Events

Holiday Giveaways, Backpack & Bikes Drive, and Back to School Shopping Sprees

For years, Derrick Henry has continued to host two annual events where he’s given away thousands of toys, bikes, and backpacks to children in Yulee, FL, his beloved hometown. He kicks off each school year hosting his Backpack and Bikes Drive where he gifts these items to the first 200 kids that arrive. Every December, Two All Foundation volunteers and Henry’s family distribute toys to the first 500 kids to arrive at the Walmart on State Road 200 during his annual holiday giveaway. A Nassau County native, Henry recognizes the importance of consistently showing up for the community that helped shape him into the man he is today.   

In addition to these Florida events, Henry consistently supports Nashville youth by organizing back to school shopping sprees and holiday giveaways. Derrick loves spending time with local kids and teachers by taking them back to school shopping or taking the time to mentor a whole classroom by taking the time to encourage them about their schoolwork and surprising them with new shoes for the year. Around the holidays, he’s busy shopping for holiday wish list items on behalf of foster families who can’t afford holiday gifts for the kids or he’s surprising locals by paying off their layaway balances right before Christmas.

Appreciation for Special Olympians

Derrick Henry has a heart for another type of athlete – those in the Special Olympics. The Titans sponsored a “My Cause My Cleats” campaign whereby Special Olympians designed cleats to be worn by Titans players.

The cleats was auctioned off after the game, with the proceeds going to the Special Olympics. Derrick also treated five Special Olympics athletes to pizza and joined them as they designed the colorful cleats he would wear.

He treasures the cleats because he set a franchise record in them. But more importantly, he treasures the cleats because of his connection with the kids.