About

DRIVEN BY OUR MISSION

Giving children of the world the opportunity for a successful future.

All For One is an international charity that is dedicated to changing the lives of children around the world by improving social conditions, educational opportunities, and healthcare availability. Through thoughtful collaborations with other organizations, All For One helps empower communities to be creators and changemakers.


These are the pillars that support our mission.

AFO Pillars - Empowerment

EMPOWERMENT

Working alongside communities to cultivate structure and leadership for long-term independent success.

AFO Pillars - Prosperity

PROSPERITY

Improving education, healthcare, and infrastructure for communities as a way of providing a fulfilling life.

AFO Pillars - Collaboration

COLLABORATION

Working with community leaders and other organizations in alignment with our immediate needs and long-term goals.

AFO Pillars - Sustainability

SUSTAINABILITY

Helping global communities set up and accomplish long-term goals enabling them to one day be thriving and self-sufficient.

Every Family

Has a Story


Here are some of ours.

From our board members to volunteers, sponsors, and of course to most importantly the people we are serving, every person who interacts with All For One becomes part of the family. We show up for each other as family, we motivate and challenge each other as family, and we support and celebrate each other as family.

AFO Stories - Jeff

Jeff Levitan

Founder & Chairman


It’s the heart of our team that defines them & drives our success.

CHILDREN ARE THE FUTURE

All For One Founder, Jeff Levitan, and President/CEO, Newton Myvett, believe deeply in the future of all children around the world regardless of their background or the challenges their communities face. That is why they instill the same values of giving back in their own children so they can grow into difference makers and help shape a better world for all.

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Volunteer

If leaving a legacy of service is your passion, then you are the piece of the puzzle we need to continue our great work for children around the world.

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Donor

In order to make the level of impact the children and communities we’re helping deserve, we need to work together. Become a private or corporate donor.

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Jeff Levitan

Founder & Chairman

“Never in your life have you been able to give so little and have it go so far.”

-Jeff Levitan

When founder of All For One, Jeff Levitan, asked himself the question of what he should do with his life at the young age of 30, the answer came naturally: Help the most vulnerable population in the world, orphans in underdeveloped countries, have the opportunity to find success. 

And so began the All For One charity. 

Since 2002, AFO has been helping underserved populations around the world and is continuously growing and expanding its outreach. By constructing healthcare centers, schools, and full Child Prosperity Centers, AFO is giving children a fighting chance to thrive, prosper, and be contributing members to their communities.

As the founder of All For One, Jeff has not only changed countless children’s lives around the world, but he has also set the example for other young philanthropists to engage giving back now rather than waiting to just donate money at the end of their lives.

Newton Myvett

President/CEO

“Education doesn’t just mold a mind, it molds a generation of future thinkers.” – Newton Myvett

Born and raised in Belize City, Belize, Central America, and through hard work, commitment, and humble beginnings, Newton opened doors and provided hopes and dreams for many throughout his career path in higher education. 

His first job in the United States was working for a small college in New York as a liaison with the community to provide a bridge for the underserved. Courteously and with pride, he embraced his responsibilities, not allowing his tasks to be defined by a “title” but defined by his vision to grow and impact others. This vision has served him throughout his career as president of multiple institutions of higher education and now as the sitting president of All For One.

For Newton Myvett, education isn’t a game changer; it’s a life changer.

Newton lives with his family in Alpharetta, GA, where he enjoys raising his young kids and teaching them by example how to be humble and always give back. He often packs big barrels with food, clothing, and toys for his friends that he grew up with in Belize—families Newton keeps in touch with, loves, and respects but who do not have the privileged life he has today.

Nancie Apps

Donor & Volunteer

Nancie wanted to do something big to honor her late husband’s name. She knew of All For One through her company, World Financial Group, so she contacted founder Jeff Levitan to see how she could help.

Nancie made a sizable donation to help build an orphanage in Sierra Leone. She not only wanted to donate but was also committed to seeing the project through and being a part of it when it was done. On December 5, 2018, along with her two sons Giorgio and Dominic, she left for Sierra Leone with Jeff on what would end up being a life-changing trip. 

Along with Sierra Leone, they had the opportunity to travel to a variety of other places in Africa, and the continent stole Nancie’s heart. This was just the beginning of her labor of love in Africa and other parts of the globe that have children who desperately need AFO’s help.

Josephine Kanzira

Chief Executive Officer Kajoma Child Prosperity Center, All For One

Josephine Kanzira was born in Mulago Kawempe Division, Kampala District, in Central Uganda. Her parents had little time for her, leading to lack of connection with her mother due to her daily commitments to sustain the entire family and to make up for the absence of her dad, who used to supervise and monitor the forestry work in the country. Because her parents could not be there for her when she needed them, she dropped out of school and got married at an early age of 17 to Joseph Tulyatunga. She gave birth to four girls and two boys, who now live in the US. Her life was a struggle, and she realized that children should not be left behind without any parental care.

She attended Kitabi Girls Elementary School in Western Uganda. She attained a Primary Leaving Examination Certificate (PLE), joined Kibuli Secondary School, attaining a Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE). Then she attended Makerere High School, where she attained her Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE). Then she joined Nakawa Top Care School of Accountancy, earning a Diploma in Accountancy.

She started working at a young age at the Ministry of Labour as a clerical worker. She joined GULF Consulting Engineers Uganda under its ministry of works.

In the US, she earned a Certificate in Nursing and worked as a Nursing Assistant at Sam Land Business Institute. With her background in accounting, she later worked for SEAWAY Bank in Chicago for two years. Josephine then started Sharom Home Care Agencies, training nursing assistants, caregivers, and patient care technicians. She then started pursuing her dream of feeding the neglected, needy children in Uganda. 

In 2003, she joined World Financial Group (WFG), where she met Jeff Levitan in Chicago, IL. In 2005, Jeff introduced her to All For One Foundation. She found out that his dream was similar to hers. They connected, and he made up his mind in that same year to visit Uganda for the first time. The project (Kajoma Child Prosperity Center) had 100 children by that time and, when Jeff saw the demand for shelter due to the population factor, he suggested buying land for more space and accommodations.

Josephine Kanzira

Chief Executive Officer Kajoma Child Prosperity Center, All For One

Josephine Kanzira was born in Mulago Kawempe Division, Kampala District, in Central Uganda. Her parents had little time for her, leading to lack of connection with her mother due to her daily commitments to sustain the entire family and to make up for the absence of her dad, who used to supervise and monitor the forestry work in the country. Because her parents could not be there for her when she needed them, she dropped out of school and got married at an early age of 17 to Joseph Tulyatunga. She gave birth to four girls and two boys, who now live in the US. Her life was a struggle, and she realized that children should not be left behind without any parental care.

She attended Kitabi Girls Elementary School in Western Uganda. She attained a Primary Leaving Examination Certificate (PLE), joined Kibuli Secondary School, attaining a Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE). Then she attended Makerere High School, where she attained her Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE). Then she joined Nakawa Top Care School of Accountancy, earning a Diploma in Accountancy.

She started working at a young age at the Ministry of Labour as a clerical worker. She joined GULF Consulting Engineers Uganda under its ministry of works.

In the US, she earned a Certificate in Nursing and worked as a Nursing Assistant at Sam Land Business Institute. With her background in accounting, she later worked for SEAWAY Bank in Chicago for two years. Josephine then started Sharom Home Care Agencies, training nursing assistants, caregivers, and patient care technicians. She then started pursuing her dream of feeding the neglected, needy children in Uganda.

In 2003, she joined World Financial Group (WFG), where she met Jeff Levitan in Chicago, IL. In 2005, Jeff introduced her to All For One Foundation. She found out that his dream was similar to hers. They connected, and he made up his mind in that same year to visit Uganda for the first time. The project (Kajoma Child Prosperity Center) had 100 children by that time and, when Jeff saw the demand for shelter due to the population factor, he suggested buying land for more space and accommodations.

Ayumi Bryan

Executive Board Member + Senior Volunteer

Ayumi Bryan is a first-generation American. Her mother is from Japan, her father is from Iran, and they both started new lives in Connecticut without any other family members. Because she did not have extended family nearby, the need for a strong community was instilled in her at a young age.


When Ayumi turned 16, she started her first job as a summer camp counselor. She expected it to occupy her summer and help provide her with extra spending money. She did not expect it to change her entire trajectory in life. Ayumi spent the next summer interning at the YMCA and made the decision to attend the University of Georgia for college.


She majored in International Business with the goal of eventually working for a nonprofit organization that strives to better the lives of children. Prior to graduating, she sought an opportunity to work as a Teach for America corps member. She felt that two years of service in the classroom would be a great way to start her career before transitioning into a nonprofit agency.


During those two years, she witnessed some of the injustices and traumatic events that children in our very own country can face. She realized how impactful a strong education could be. She also realized how many children need teachers, adults, or mentors who will provide them with love and direction in life.


Needing some time to grow personally and professionally, she spent the next year teaching abroad in Japan. Her students ranged from 6 months old to 59 years old and provided her with a full heart and rejuvenated spirit. She returned to the US and decided to continue teaching. Since then, she has taught grades K-8, including special education, general education, and a college success class. She has worked with schools as a facilitator to coordinate all professional development and served as the chair on a council that develops the school’s strategic plan, budget, and other major decisions.


She now lives in Forsyth with her husband and two boys and continues to teach in her local community. They enjoy traveling and finding new experiences to try together.