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Brothers TJ and Terron Ward collectively and successfully pursued their passion for football, both having a deep understanding and respect for philanthropy, now giving back to the community that raised them. Sayings such as, "Each one must be willing to reach back and teach one" and "I am my brothers' keeper" inspired the birth of the WardBoy Project.


Growing up in urban San Francisco, one half of the WardBoy Project, TJ Ward learned early in life that success comes from hard work and dedication. Following his brother's values, Terron Ward embraced these same principles. Both brothers are synergistically passionate about giving back to the sport, what it first gave them, a safe place.


The East Bay Area first molded the brothers, so their enthusiasm for giving back is grounded here. Including but not limited to financial assistance to attend the variety of camps and events the WardBoy Project provides. 


Although all aspects of the game have contributed to and shaped the WardBoys into the successful men they are today, their family has equally contributed to their moral and ethical development. As sons to former NFL player Terrell Ward Sr., TJ and Terron are very fortunate to have received guidance and support from their father, resulting in a strong work ethic furthering their success.


Through coaching and other programs, the WardBoys are taking lessons they learned and instilling them into the student-athletes in their mentorship program, focusing on their socioeconomic, educational, and physical needs.


The Wardboy Project emphasizes the importance of education while highlighting physical and mental health, leading their mentees to successful and fulfilling lives.

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Terron Ward  President

De La Salle High School Class 2010

Oregon State Class of 2014

Atlanta Falcons NFC Champion Superbowl 51


TJ Ward  Co- President

De La Salle Class of 2004

University of Oregon Class of 2009

Denver Broncos Superbowl 50 Champions

Meet Our Executive Director


Conrad Roberts  Executive Director

“As Executive Director Im committed to being the conduit to inspire the next generation. WardBoy Project is dedicated to instill the necessary fundamentals of success to better the future of our youth. Our focus is to help 5,000 underrepresented students of color and prepare 100 for college by 2027.”

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