Sky Is The Limit Foundation (SITLF) is a 501 (c) 3 tax exempt non-profit dedicated to educating, empowering and equipping willing Fathers, Families and professionals on nonmaterial paternity, parental rights, and adoption in relation to the Responsible Father Registry (RFR) to combat adoption trafficking and promote ethical adoption practices.



True To Your SOLE (TTYS) is an umbrella brother organization of  SITLF. Back in 2012, Denzell Washington and Marcus Schoultz, came up with an idea of starting a sneaker forum on Facebook called True to Your S.O.L.E. The forum came about because of our love and passion for sneakers. Our vision was to take sneakers and bring together the younger and older generations to help shed positive light on education and the importance of life. We thought that the idea to start a sneaker forum would be a good approach for the sneaker community in which all the members could come together and have a discussion on a topic that we all love, “Sneakers.” Since starting, the forum has been successful. Not only did we want to just focus on a forum, we also wanted to give back to the community. With the help of DeAndre Schoultz, close friends, and family members we have been able to use the money made from our clothing line and other fundraisers to have a community outreach program. The program consists of speaking to youth groups and teams, back to school drives, food bank drives, and other community service events.

Every year since starting the forum, we have held a Back to School Drive. The Back to School Drive is held the 3rd weekend of August before the kids are headed back to school to help assist under privileged kids in the CSRA with things that may be needed before the upcoming school year. Every year, keynote speakers come out and speak to the kids about positivity in and around the community. Food is served and games are provided to keep the kids entertained. This event ties into the forum, because a lot of the members help to donate school supplies as well as sneakers to give to the kids. The passion that we have for kicks not only revolves around shoes, but elevating children through adversity.

Learn more at: TRUE TO YOUR SOLE


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What are the benefits of giving? 

  1. Tax Deductions
  2. Investments in the long-term stability for families
  3. Reduction (or elimination) of capital gain taxes
  4. Pleasure of knowing you saved a life



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