African American males ages 16-64 have the lowest participation rate in the labor force (80%) compared to all other males and only 35% of Black men who finish high school pursue higher education. Research supports education, employment and access to opportunities leads to positive future outcomes and public safety.

Man’s Valuable Purpose (M.V.P.) Training Foundation (formerly known as Kordero’s Dream MVP Foundation) is a 501c3, public charity, established to improve future outcomes of urban young men at risk of school failure, unemployment, incarceration and mortality through high performance talent development for the workforce, community and society. 

Founded upon the biblical principal, “train up a child in the way they should go … Man’s Valuable Purpose (MVP) Training Foundation is the legacy of Kordero Hunter, a young talented, athlete lost to gun violence on September 2011. Kordero dreamed of “training” underprivileged young men for high performance on and off the field.

M.V.P. Training consistently results in higher academic achievement, matriculation and employment for urban young men.

Support Kordero’s Dream MVP Training for High Performance of urban young men because in every Man, there is a MVP!

 Training Up Champions for Life!