JAYJ Foundation's mission is to promote, aid, and advocate for better and greater access to health care and healthy living services, education, and the overall well-being of women and children in the United States and in Haiti.
Sickle Cell patients and their caregivers face numerous challenges every single day so proper management of the disease is paramount. Training on best practices in the management of Sickle Cell to both patients and caregivers are conducted in hopes of reducing frequent crises, hospital admissions and school absences.
Tutoring services provided to Sickle Cell patients so they can stay up-to-date with their coursework and mentoring programs to ensure that they have the proper guidance and support throughout.
Regular support group meetings for both Sickle Cell patients and caregivers so they can share their stories and coping mechanisms.
JAYJ Foundation’s Board of Directors and the 2019 Valentine’s Soirée Committee Members would like to express our sincere gratitude and thanks to all who attended and supported the inaugural JAYJ Foundation “An Intimate Valentine’s Soirée” fundraising event on February 16th, 2019. We are grateful for the generosity of our guests, volunteers and local businesses for making this event a success.
On December 29, 2018, JAYJ Foundation provided over 400+ meals, and school supplies as well as toys to school children. We also distributed over 250 care kits to women and served an additional 200 residents in St. Louis du Sud, Haiti.
We are already planning for first ever medical mission this coming December which will be the biggest ever. STAY TUNED.
Click on the link below to view our 2018 Mission Video!
In December 24, 2017, JAYJ Foundation provided over 300+ meals, backpacks and school supplies as well as toys to the area children. We also distributed over 200 kits and served an additional 125 residents of St. Louis du Sud, Haiti.
In October 2016, Hurricane Matthew ravaged the Southern Region of Haiti, including St. Louis du Sud, our Founder's parents hometown, killing hundreds of people and leaving thousands more homeless and in disarray. JAYJ Foundation traveled to Haiti with a volunteer team and provided some much needed relief to the area affected residents.