Who Are We?
The Joe Jackson Foundation (JJF) is a non-profit, 501 (c)3 organization established in 2006, one year after then 16-year-old Joe Jackson sustained a spinal cord injury during a football practice tackle that left him paralyzed from the waist down. Inspired by Joe's own story - rehabilitation, return to high school followed by college, and achievement of an active lifestyle through adaptive sports - the foundation provides grants to children and athletes with spinal cord injuries, primarily paralysis, for the purchase of adaptive sports chairs and related equipment necessary to participate in sports, fitness and recreation activities.
The Joe Jackson Foundation empowers children and athletes living with spinal cord injuries, primarily paralysis, to embrace an active lifestyle and take advantage of multiple opportunities available in adaptive sports and recreation. JJF Educates, Enables, Encourages and Empowers individuals living with paralysis.
Joe Jackson FoundationPO BOX 13007
Chandler, AZ 85248
Outstanding Needs of Joe Jackson Foundation
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