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Our Foundation's name and iconic logo are represented by the "Oliver Tree," surely a play off words of the old olive tree in dedication to Paul J. "Oliver." PAUL HAD A VISION OF SAFELY UPLIFTING OUR YOUTH AND HIS TEAM IS FOCUSED ON DOING JUST THAT. To us, trees are representations of deep rooted, strong, and an unwavering natural tools for any platform needing a solid foundation to stand on. In historic times, the olive tree represented peace, power, wisdom, and glory. In Biblical references, olive branches are represented as symbols of growth and commutative human extension. The green color is a natural representative of Life in its most organic form. In the end, we are all a part of the same cause; we all want what's best for our families and our children's futures to be safe.




1. To provide a light for our youth through positive reinforcement from personal and group mentoring activities within the community.

2. To create public awareness, education, and support medical research and technology focused on contact sports and Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
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The Oliver Tree Foundation was dedicated and established in loving memory of Paul J. Oliver (March 30, 1984 - September 24, 2013). Paul was an inspiring athlete whom left a lasting impact out on the football field. Many individuals looked up to Paul an athlete, however, off the field he was a wonderful and loving family man. When the lights went off on the football field, Paul fell victim to the emptiness that many athletes experience when this occurs. Unfortunately, Paul's inner light went out when the stadium lights went out. Paul devastatingly and unexpectedly took his own life on September 24th, 2013. after medical examination of Paul's brain, we have learned that he was diagnosed with CTE. this gives our foundation confirmation the disease was infecting his ability to think logically and has inspired us to pursue the disease's existence...READ MORE.




(Pictured speaking: Green Bay Packer hall of fame RB and Pro Bowl guest- dorsey Levens)

In this lifetime, the oliver tree foundation believes one is measured by just a few key components. one is measured by their time spent on servicing others within the community, the amount of time one invests in inspiring others to never lose hope and always keep dreaming, and LASTLY, the amount of time one spends glorifying all the beautiful elements naturally provided. We believe in educating the future generation and taking the lessons we have learned and "paying it forward." READ MORE



Healthy lifestyle habits: including healthy eating and physical activity, can lower the risk of becoming obese and developing related diseases down the road. Children and adolescents who are obese are at greater risk for bone and joint problems, sleep apnea, and social and psychological problems such as stigmatization and poor self-esteem. READ MORE