About the Mitch22 Foundation

Board Members

The Mitch22 Executive Board has more than 90 years of combined education experience.  Their experiences crosses all grade level bands from pre-school through higher education.

Larry M. Roziers


Mitch’s father, Larry Roziers, served in Duval County Public Schools for 36 years as a teacher, athletic coach, Dean, Assistant Principal, Vice Principal, Principal, Executive Director and retired in July 2017 as an Assistant Superintendent.

Pearl Davis-Roziers


Mitch’s mother, Pearl Davis-Roziers, retired from Duval County Public Schools in July, 2017.  Her years in Duval County included serving as a school based Speech / Language Pathologist, district Speech Pathologist, ESE teacher, Reading Coach, Assistant Principal, Vice Principal, Principal, Executive Director and Assistant Superintendent.

Delroy Wright


A lifelong family friend and Mitch supporter, Delroy Wright is currently employed in Duval County Public Schools.  Delroy is a dedicated employee that has spent more than 30 years at the same school.  He is the father of two beautiful daughters.  His wife Kimberley also serves Duval County as a principal of more than 10 years.

Our Vision

To continue Mitch’s legacy of helping others live a meaningful life with a smile despite obstacles and hardships – – one family, and one child at a time.

Our Mission

The Mitch22 Foundation seeks to advocate financially and emotionally for families and deserving youths who encounter life’s circumstances beyond their control.

Four Bullets


Each year a $1,000.00 scholarship is provided to a deserving Terry Parker senior that has faced obstacles during their high school career. 

The scholarship can be used to assist with basic needs as they prepare for college. Knowing that high school seniors need support in many areas, this scholarship can be used for dorm room set-up, travel to college, lodging or as a means to show students that their determination to finish school despite obstacles is being rewarded. 


The Smile For Mitch Basketball Shootout was created through an athletic bond that began with basketball but ended up with a brotherhood between Mitch and Parker’s former girls’ basketball coach, Javon Cummings.

Dedicated to his high school alma mater, Terry Parker High School and his good friend, Coach Cummings, The Mitch22 Foundation proudly supports the girls’ basketball team by providing shooting jerseys, practice uniforms, Coach’s Reception and Financial Assistance.


School Supply Give Away- In support of his “big brother” and former foster child, the late Officer Corey Russ, The Mitch22 Foundation provides free backpacks and back to school supplies for foster children assigned to a Duval County Public School.


Pearls For Pearls –Through fellowship and spiritual guidance, the Foundation provides annual luncheons for mothers that have lost children, start up grief support ministries for churches and other non-profits college start-up support for children of deceased mothers and women empowerment conferences and workshops.