In Georgia alone, we can expect about 9,652 new cases of late stage cancer annually in the 28-50 [year old] population, 4,177 in males and 5,475 females. With that in mind, there is a total potential of 4,500-6,000 annually for the Jack and Jill Late Stage Cancer Foundation to serve. An incredible, albeit sobering, opportunity. The Foundation will make an impact!
Patricia P. Hoge RN PhD, Chief Mission Officer
American Cancer Society
Each WOW! Experience provides memories and joy for families that will be treasured forever. JAJF’s impact is made clear through each family’s amazing experience and words of gratitude.
Life does not end with a diagnosis. A family’s remaining time together should not be completely marked by the chaos, pain and medical battle of cancer. Throughout JAJF’s Appreciation Archives, Family Photo Gallery, Multimedia Room , the overwhelming appreciation of JAJF families illustrates the positive effect a get-away or exciting experience can have on the entire family. The families’ moving compassion and gratitude to the foundation shows the direct impact of donation and support.