The Orlando Magic Youth Foundation (OMYF) is committed to helping children in Central Florida realize their full potential, especially those most at risk, by supporting programs and partnerships that empower families and change lives.
The Orlando Wine Festival and Auction, benefiting OMYF, is the premiere fundraising event you don't want to miss!Learn More
The OMYF Open Golf Tournament is a legendary Central Florida fundraising event featuring renowned sponsors, more than 200 golfers and Orlando Magic talent.Learn More
Grab your running shoes and get ready to participate! Walk or run to benefit OMYF and receive a race bib, tank top and medal.Register Now
OMYF is committed to helping children in Central Florida. With all administrative costs covered, 100% of your gift goes directly to benefit at-risk youth right here in our community.Donate Now
Throughout the Magic season, the OMYF hosts online auctions featuring sports memorabilia autographed by Magic players and other NBA superstars.Learn More
The Orlando Magic specialty license plate is available for purchase, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation (OMYF). The plate can be purchased in-person at your local Motor Vehicle Service Center!Learn More
This funding area supports agencies with established academic intervention program strategies in select transition stages that directly serve underperforming children and youth. Priority is given to programs that track student's GPA, attendance, and standardized test scores. Areas of focus include early learning, K-3 grade reading proficiency, middle-to-high school transition, postsecondary access, and postsecondary persistence
This funding area promotes arts agencies that have dynamically shown the ability to improve and enhance overall academic performance for their participants. Preference will be given to non-profit organizations that specifically introduce at-risk and/or underserved children to programs that involve music, dance, and theatre. Areas of focus include early childhood enrichment and arts education (with metrics) as an essential component to enhance general education.
This funding area supports programs that reduce the risk of childhood obesity, promote healthy eating, and physical activity that improves the lives of children and youth. Areas of focus include childhood obesity prevention and/or treatment programs, hunger - food banks and childhood hunger relief, and nutrition and exercise.
This funding area supports prevention services and/or long-term housing strategies with multiple wrap-around services for individuals and families. Areas of focus include homelessness prevention programs and permanent supportive and transitional housing for Youth.
The OMYF Board of Directors consists of individuals with diverse backgrounds, a broad range of expertise, and a shared passion for helping our community.
Dan DeVos Chairman,
OMYF Chairman, Orlando Magic
Linda Landman Gonzalez President and Secretary, OMYF VP Community & Government Affairs, Orlando Magic
Jim Fritz Treasurer, OMYF Chief Financial Officer, Orlando Magic
Pamella DeVos Orlando Magic Ownership Group, Orlando Magic
Alex Martins Chief Executive Officer, Orlando Magic
Charlie Freeman President of Business Operations, Orlando Magic
Michelle DeVos DeVos Family Ownership Group, Orlando Magic
Joel Glass Chief Communications Officer, Orlando Magic
Shelly Wilkes EVP Marketing & Social Responsibility, Orlando Magic
Chris Heller President, Orlando Solar Bears
Bill duPont Investments
Judge Belvin Perry Jr. Former Chief Judge - Florida's 9th Judicial Circuit Attorney Morgan & Morgan
Mayanne Downs Shareholder and General Counsel, GrayRobinson
Maribeth Bisienere SVP, Walt Disney World Resorts, Transportation, Premium Services, Security and Emerging Businesses
Derek Lewis President, Multicultural Business and Equity Development, North America
Dr. Beena Parikh Practice Administrator, Premier Cardiology & Vascular Associates
Thomas Ruggie Founder & CEO, Destiny Family Office
Impacting an estimated 100,000 youth each year
31 years of community support
500 local agencies funded by OMYF