About the CJ Hubbard Foundation
In November 2009, The CJ Hubbard Foundation was established to honor a young man who lost his life by a traumatic blow to the head that resulted in brain death. As CJ lay on life support, family and friends crowded the hospital praying for a Thanksgiving miracle, but nothing could be done to save him. Ultimately, he was taken off life support and his donated organs went on to save the lives of others.
Determined that something good come out this tragedy, The CJ Hubbard Foundation was established by family and friends. A 501(c)(3) non-profit, the CJHF provides financial assistance for students in the Southern California area.
CJ, also known as Clint Joseph Hubbard, was a man passionate about education. A dedicated student, talented athlete and a successful young businessman he credited his two schools- Santa Margarita Catholic High School and the University of California, Los Angeles- for making him the outstanding person that he had become.
Now others have the same opportunity.
A life lost too soon, is not to be a life lost in vain. CJ’s legacy is helping other extraordinary young people achieve their educational dreams. CJ and all of the CJHF scholars remain FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS.