Next Level’s Jon Urbana Cares About The World Around Him

A GoFundMe campaign is now gaining traction, and it’s focused on helping youth to realize all that they should be doing to help the earth. Creator Jon Urbana is hopeful that the environmental campaign will draw many in, and that many youths will have the opportunity to learn a lot about the earth because of it.

Urbana is a man who cares greatly for youth, and that was proven when he first set up his lacrosse camp. Jon acts is a mentor to all of the youth who attend that camp, and he is happy to go back and forth on Twitter to help guide them in their lives. With a lot of content on Facebook, Urbana offers more than one way to reach him.

At Next Level, he teaches his campers about the sport and about so much more than that, and he is glad to help youth learn more about the earth and all that they should be doing to protect it every opportunity that he gets.

A popular blog recently highlighted Next Level as one of the best lacrosse camps in the country. Urbana caught wind of the article and archived it at Slideshare, which we’ve embedded below.

Jon Urbana is a former athlete, and he is man who is respected by many on Vimeo as well. This clip was self-produced and is currently being used to promote his Earth Force GoFundMe campaign.

Donate to Jon Urbana’s Charity Drive from Jon Urbana on Vimeo.

When youth see Jon’s website and all of the great things that he is doing, they find themselves feeling impressed. It’s why he now has over 200 Instagram followers. They want to be like Jon and share the same kinds of interests as him because he is a great guy.

With a lengthy resume on LinkedIn, Urbana is someone who cares about all that is going on in the world around him, and he is a great example to the youth who come to his camp in every way. When they see how hard he has worked for his career and the FAA prize that rounds out the many awards he’s won, and how much he cares about the environment, they will quickly feel impressed with him and want to be like him.