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Thanks To All Our Heroes!

While front-line workers have been working tirelessly to help our country’s sick, we’ve been busy trying to show them how much we support them. We’ve partnered with Papa John’s to deliver lunches to hungry healthcare workers as well as critically needed supplies for sick children and their families. Here is a sampling of our continual efforts:

  • Over 1,000 Papa John’s pizza lunches at Inova Children’s Hospital, Lifebridge’s Herman and Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai and Medstar Georgetown Children’s Hospital
  • Coffee, tea, coffee creamers, laundry detergent pods for sick children’s parents at Lifebridge’s Herman and Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai
  • Fruit and grain bars, fruit gummy snacks, cheese  crackers,  veggie straws, pretzels and mini muffins for sick children at Cleveland Clinic, Medstar Georgetown Children’s Hospital and Lifebridge’s Herman and Walter Samuelson Children’s Hospital at Sinai

Even Batman has a partner!

The EBI Just One World Foundation is a 501(c)(3) philanthropic organization that partners with like-minded “superhero” organizations to support kids fighting life-limiting or life-threatening illnesses everywhere.

Our mission is to:

  • Generate awareness and funds for partner organizations
  • Generate in-kind donations and volunteer time for partner organizations
  • Celebrate and recognize kids, families and professionals battling child illness as heroes
  • Create and participate in special events and activities that spread hope and happiness

Ready to put YOUR cape on to help us save kids?

Join forces with Just One World.

Our Partners

Lifebridge Health asks us to care bravely for children needing innovative medical care.

Hope for Henry Foundation empowers patients and families to live well and laugh hard through difficult illnesses.

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia strives for tomorrow’s breakthroughs by making groundbreaking discoveries today.

Who we are.

The Just One World Foundation, established by EBI CEO Richard Kurland and his wife Marti, will raise money to save the lives of children in need in memory of former EBI investor Lenny ‘Route 29 Batman’ Robinson, who through a remarkable concurrence of events, will forever be connected to Kurland’s daughter Georgia. Robinson gained international notoriety in 2012 when Montgomery County, Md. police posted dash-camera video footage of him being pulled over on Route 29 in his custom Batmobile and Batman costume. The local superhero was tragically killed Aug. 16, 2015, in an automobile accident on Interstate 70 in Maryland.

Exactly two years to the day, Aug. 16, 2017, following the death of Robinson, Kurland witnessed his 10-year-old daughter, Georgia, nearly killed in an ATV accident in Montana. After enduring more than a week in ICU in Montana, Georgia, who was 10 at the time, thankfully recovered well enough to travel by air ambulance to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she underwent surgery on August 29 – just like the route that made Robinson’s Batman a viral star years ago. Thankfully, Georgia’s surgery and recovery were a success.

Lenny was a beloved local hero who embraced the Batman persona in his unwavering commitment to deliver hope and strength to sick and terminally ill children. The Just One World Foundation is our way of honoring him and to empower Sinai, Hope for Henry, and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to continue to pursue transformative research, while delivering hope to children everywhere – just as Lenny always had — in a Superhero way.

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Forever Connected

We’re creating a Hero Revolution!

Who is our HERO?

EBI Just One World Foundation is the philanthropic, 501(c)3 non-profit initiative of Employment Background Investigations, Inc. Twenty-five years ago, EBI was founded through a seed investment by Scott and his brother Lenny “Batman” Robinson. LBR was a beloved figure in Baltimore known for three things: kindness, generosity, and his Batmobile. You see, Lenny used to dress as Batman and bring hope and joy to children battling illnesses in hospitals. He understood children found happiness and hope when meeting their superheroes. Sadly, Lenny passed away in 2015. But his legacy taught us anyone can be a superhero! To honor the man who gave our corporate partner, EBI, its start, we created the Just One World Foundation to continue Lenny’s mission of bringing heroes, happiness, and hope to children and families battling chronic illness.

This year’s campaign supports three amazing organizations who work tirelessly to advance the physical and emotional health of children and their families at a time when they need it most.

READY TO SAVE THE DAY?

Just One World relies on your donations to make an immediate impact. No matter the size of your donation, 100% of your donation goes directly to our partner organizations.