An Ivy League scholar and distinguished philanthropist, Nick Lowery…

An Ivy League scholar and distinguished philanthropist, Nick Lowery…


An Ivy League grantee and distinguished philanthropist, Nick Lowery helps people unleash their focus, passion and purpose

Individuals deserve praise for their hard work and drive to help people.

With a multifaceted personality and a wealth of talent, Nick Lowery is an author, poet, teacher, philanthropist and Hall of Famer athlete. His impressive track record includes appearances on ABC’s 20/20, World News Tonight and Nightline with Ted Koppel, HBO, David Letterman twice, MSNBC, CNBC, Sports Illustrated, the Washington Post and the New York Times. After earning a Harvard MPA, Nick worked for President Reagan on drug abuse policy and President George HW Bush and President Bill Clinton in the White House Office of National Service to found the Points of Light Foundation and Americorps. Not only was Nick the most accurate kicker in NFL history for a generation from 1980-1998, but he also won the most prestigious humanitarian award an NFL player can receive from his fellow players, the Byron Whizzer White Award.

When his NFL career ended, Nick founded native vision with Johns Hopkins and the NFL Players Association, was featured on Oprah as one of the top 5 new programs for youth, and was later nominated by both President Clinton and W. Bush to be the founding director of the American Indian Education Foundation. His fellowship at Harvard developed a leadership program for Native youth, which he has conducted with Native youth from across the country for the past 20 years. A few years later, in 2006, Nick founded Champions for the homelessin Phoenix through now nearly 60 super celebrity volunteer events with St. Vincent de Paul.

“According to the Washington Post, homelessness among older people alone has doubled in the past year. We’ve transformed the face of homelessness in Phoenix into a more human one, and the touching human stories portrayed by our homeless brothers and sisters are changing the way we take on this challenge in Phoenix like nowhere else in America.” He is also the founder of the Nick Lowery Youth Foundation where he endeavors to develop, promote and sponsor programs…


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