The 10X Hub

The 10X Hub has officially launched in South Africa, in the townships of Paarl East and Mbekweni. The 10X Hub Program was created to provide Financial Literacy, Education, Entrepreneurial Development, and Mentorship Programs to level the playing field and fight poverty in South Africa.


The 10X Hub also serves as a mentorship hub for adolescents without fathers. South Africa has the highest population in the world of children growing up without a father – and that absence of a father figure has proven to have a direct effect on economic welfare, production, the erosion of human capital, social exclusion, crime, and social instability. The Grant Cardone Foundation and Grant Cardone are on a mission to close this disparity gap!

The 10X Hub’s Mission

The goal of the 10X Hub program in its first 18 months in South Africa will be to develop two sustainable businesses, train 1,000 entrepreneurs, create 100 jobs, and give access to the Cardone University educational materials to over 300,000 individuals. This educational content provides invaluable knowledge on how to grow and succeed in business and is a resource that would not be traditionally accessible in these communities.


“Our mission in delivering this program is to give kids and young adults, from underserved and at-risk communities around the world, the opportunity to create the life they want, not the life that the system makes them think they have to settle for.”

-Grant Cardone


The Grant Cardone Foundation’s mission is to impact one million lives in 2021, by providing life, career, and financial guidance to at-risk kids in our underserved communities around the world. To donate to the 10X Hub program please click HERE.

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