George Foster is a native of Macon, Georgia. There, he was a graduate of Southeast High School. Although he had always had a great love for sports, it was at Southeast where he began to blossom into the athlete that he is today.He was a member of the Football, Basketball, and Track team during his 4 years at Southeast. His other passion is taking care of the less fortunate or disabled. During his time at Southeast he was able to assist in helping the physically challenged as well as participating as a coach/chaperone for the Special Olympics for the first time. At the conclusion of his senior football season, he signed a full scholarship to the University of Georgia. In addition to an education and a successful football career at Georgia, he also forged relationships that he still maintains until this day. Upon completion of the 2002 NCAA football season, George was selected #20 overall by the Denver Broncos. While in Denver he became more involved with the Special Olympics, Denver Children's Home and various other causes, supported by teammates and eventually his wife Chanita. In 2007, George became a part of the Detroit lions. In Detroit, he and his wife continued to be a fixture in the community, whether it was through the Boys and Girls club, or helping individual kids or families. At the present time, George, teamed up with his wife are focused on helping the people of Swaziland. a small country nestled in the northeast corner of South Africa. It is his prayer that through they're help, the unbelievable trends of the worlds highest HIV/AIDS percentage and extreme poverty will take a turn for the better.