The Joe Jackson Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of children with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) and their families and to provide adaptive equipment throughout United States. This organization was created by Joe’s calling to primarily help inspire individuals disabled by SCI to continue living actively because there’s much to overcome despite the challenges they face and to fund JJF exciting programs. It is our mission to educate, enable, encourage, and empower individuals living with paralysis by:
1. Educate through mentoring, guidance and support for those affected by Spinal Cord Injury through peer to peer mentoring and our website.
2. Enable individuals to focus on living actively in various sport platforms through the JJF INDIVIDUAL GRANT SCHOLARSHIP.
3. Encourage by involving SCI individuals to actively participate in the JJF key initiatives programs.
4. Empower individuals living with paralysis to live actively and strive for their dreams by providing sports adaptive equipment and some recreational equipment necessary to allow those living with paralysis to continue on living their dreams and accomplishing their goals.
The Joe Jackson Foundation will be holding its third annual charity golf classic fundraiser at the Ocotillo Golf Resort on Friday, September 30, 2016. Come out and play individually or as a team. Immediately following the tournament, specialty and place awards will be...read more
The Joe Jackson Foundation will be holding its third annual charity golf classic fundraiser at the Ocotillo Golf Resort on Friday, September 30, 2015. Come out and play individually or as a team. Immediately following the tournament, specialty and place awards will be...read more
News Release- For Immediate Release On Sunday, September 12, 2010 at 9:30 am. The Joe Jackson Foundation will award Jarrett Dreyer a rugby sport wheelchair made by Vesco Metal Craft (VMC) during a Phoenix Heat rugby practice held at Broadway Recreation Center, which...read more
News Release- For Immediate Release On Saturday, October 10, 2009 at 1:00 pm, The Joe Jackson Foundation will award Andrew Donnellan a rugby sport wheelchair during Arizona Outcast Desert Dual III Wheelchair rugby tournament held at Broadway Recreation Center, which...read more
“He reminds me of how blessed I am to be an educator,” Hogan said of the Hamilton High School football player who suffered a serious spinal-cord injury in November that left him paralyzed from the waist down. He’s currently in rehabilitation at...read more
Paralysis doesn’t keep injured football player from being in middle of action. Mark Armijo The Arizona Republic Sept. 2, 2006 12:00 AM When Hamilton High School wide receiver Joe Jackson suffered a broken neck during practice last season,...read more