The Two-Six Project is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization that serves as an incubator for initiatives included, but not limited to scholarships, educational programs, sports, among other mediums.

Our mission is to develop leaders from marginalized communities through intentional programming and scholarship.

 

By approaching initiatives to impact from a justice-oriented core, we strive to influence the community and to cultivate culture.

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WE EMPHASIZE INTENTIONAL PROGRAMMING THROUGH CREATIVE MEDIUMS TO MAXIMIZE IMPACT.

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The Two-Six Project explores leadership and character development through a variety of interactive activities, clinics, programming, and scholarships. We will place particular emphasis on social impact, creativity, and culture.

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“The Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership at Morehouse College selected Grant Bennett for its inaugural Social Justice and Leadership Innovation Award. As the founder of the non-profit, The Two-Six Project, based in his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina, Mr. Bennett put ideas of social justice leadership into practice.  Under his direction and in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, Emerging Leaders offered a three-week mentoring program to Fayetteville youth, who acquired a greater awareness of the importance of identity, action, and social justice to leadership development.  We were thoroughly impressed by the set of resources and activities that he organized, and his work serves as an example for others to follow.  The Andrew Young Center highly commends The Two-Six Project and Emerging Leaders for their work in cultivating the next generation of social justice and social impact leaders.”

- Morehouse College : Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership