Ridgeland-based nonprofit, Real Champions, Inc. (RCI), was chosen to be a part of Clemson University’s Tiger Impact Program, with notable players Jake Briningstool and Adam Randall, to be the faces of the program.

The goal of the Tiger Impact Program is to leverage the fanbase and platform of Clemson student athletes to raise awareness and promote engagement for selected community oriented nonprofit organizations, as well as cultivating Clemson’s culture of caring as student athletes.

As a former Clemson University football player who was a player on the 1981 National Championship team, Executive Director Carl Martin is thrilled that the partnership was able to come to fruition.

“It is an honor that Clemson chose RCI as one of the nonprofit organizations in this outstanding program,” said Martin. “We are so excited to get to partner with Jake and Adam and can’t wait to see all of the good that they will steward among this generation.”

About Real Champions
Real Champions, Inc. was founded in 2017 by Ned McNair and Dr. Carl Martin in an effort to end generational poverty. Their mission from the initial launch continues to become trusted advocates for children by establishing long-term relationships that lead them to greater opportunities in life, school, and work. For more information on Real Champions, Inc. go to www.realchampionsinc.org.