2 1/2 year old Jase was diagnosed with Stage IV neuroblastoma in November 2015. Jase’s diagnosis was likely delayed as he also had a baby sister born very prematurely. Jase has undergone chemotherapy, surgery, stem cell transplant, radiation, and then chimeric antibody. Due to his treatments, Jase also has developmental delays and sees several others doctors as he continues to fight this beast (those eyes! that smile! despite that horrible treatment).

#Giving Tuesday

If you've donated, raised funds or volunteered with the Super Jake Foundation, you've already helped to save lives. Thank you!

Giving Tuesday is here and we hope that you will help SJF and give again.

Kids are being diagnosed with cancer every day, with no pause due to the pandemic. The donations have slowed down considerably, which slows down life saving research for these kids.

With your support of research to find cures, you can be there for kids like Jase and so many others. For too many of these kids, we still have no cure.

Please donate today!

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