The Paul Rabil Foundation helped students enhance their academic strengths, compensate for their learning differences and self-advocate with confidence.
- Lab School of Baltimore Student Recipient
The Paul Rabil Foundation is committed to helping children with learning differences by creating programs and partnerships through sport and scholarship.
We believe learning differences are gifts that tap into our creativity, expression, and ideas and that there are no limits to what we can achieve. We are passionate about raising awareness for learning differences and helping those with learning differences receive the education they deserve.
The Paul Rabil Foundation offers micro-grant scholarships to students with learning differences and actively supports partner schools' athletic initiatives. The PRF launched the first men’s and women’s varsity lacrosse programs at the Lab School in Washington DC, and has donated over $65,000 in lacrosse equipment to other school partners.
What We've Achieved
The PRF has distributed over $625,000.00 in micro-grant scholarships to students with learning differences. We assign an Advisory Panel to each of our partner schools that decide which of their students are academically and financially eligible to receive a scholarship. We've distributed
250 micro-grant scholarships since 2011.
We continue to add partner schools and programs each year. Over 165 students across New York, Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, and Massachusetts have benefited from our efforts.
The Paul Rabil Foundation aids learning through sport. Athletics have provided us with the resolution of commitment and perseverance that we use as fuel in all other aspects of our lives, which is why we integrate sport and scholarship into our efforts. We've donated over $65,000 worth of lacrosse equipment to partner schools, and have established men's and women's high school lacrosse programs at the schools. These programs provide an opportunity for kids to flourish beyond the classroom.
Paul Rabil is a professional lacrosse player and co-founder of the Premier Lacrosse League. Named a “Top 40 Most Entrepreneurial Athlete” by Entrepreneur Magazine, Paul has also found success as a business owner and investor.
In 2011, Paul started the Paul Rabil Foundation (PRF), with the mission of helping children with learning differences, by creating programs and partnerships through sport and scholarship. Having grown up with Auditory Processing Disorder and ADHD, Paul looked to sports to help build confidence, skill.
JEAN ANNE RABIL
A graduate of East Carolina University, in 2014 Jean Anne was awarded a professional certificate in Sports Philanthropy from The George Washington University School of Business. Jean Anne is also finishing her 26th year as an Art Instructor for the Archdioceses of Washington Catholic Schools.
Chief Operating Officer
Allan Rabil has enjoyed his loyal client base in sales and marketing for a print & marketing communication company over the past 30 years. Allan holds a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has taught and coached at the School and Youth levels for over 20 years.
Chief Financial Officer
Mike Rabil is a Founder and Executive Director of Endurance Fitness 247. He also serves as Director, Partnerships for Funding Circle US and is a Co-Founder of Turnstyle Cycle. Previously, he worked at Jones Lang LaSalle, the world’s largest commercial real estate services firm.