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About Us The Otis Nixon Foundation began 10 years ago when Otis was in a dark period of his life. After a great run and great career, he fell hard into depression and drug addiction. He felt totally alone ...
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Changing Lives through Life Coaching & Motivational Speaking
At the Otis Nixon Foundation, we are dedicated to changing lives for the better, but we can’t do it alone. We need your help to create more outreach programs for those in need. With your support, we can and will turn lives around.
“Every day I wake up, I try to find someone to help and put a smile on their face! THAT’S WHAT I DO!”
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Make a difference by supporting the Otis Nixon Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that works to restore the lives of men, women, and children. Our faith-based Christian organization is committed to providing the underprivileged with the key elements they need to live better lives through life coaching and motivational speaking. Based in Acworth, Georgia, we reach out to those in need throughout the world.
Founder Otis Nixon is a former Major League Baseball player with a career spanning 25 years. Through his transparent testimony and powerful messages about addiction, he is able to open the hearts of men, women, and children and giving them hope.
The Otis Nixon Foundation is a broad-based collaborative initiative to assist underprivileged kids, men, and women. Our goal is to help break the cycle of poverty, drug addiction, and lack of education to build a new life and be a preventive tool, to be a hand up, not a hand out, in the lives of men, women, and children in need.