A huge thank you to Michelle Schemmerhorn for her delicious present to the Jadyn Fred Board of Directors for our last meeting. (These meetings are where we discuss the needs of the children we help and agree on the tier needed to assist them in their medical needs.)
Greg Sundberg: Thanks to all those who donated to the Jadyn Fred foundation on behalf of team ‘Sundberg. After completing our fifth ‘Missoula half marathon, we have now surpassed $11,500 raised for this great foundation. Thanks to family friends and CMR for all their support! Rustle Hustle!!! See on Facebook
From the JFF: THANK YOU! The Montana children who receive these funds will be very blessed!
The Jadyn Fred Foundation is truly grateful for the support the Parkside Federal Credit Union gave us at the Osprey Baseball Game for the 50/50 drawing event. You made a difference in the lives of Montana children!!
Each year the Osprey Baseball organization supports the Jadyn Fred Foundation by giving us one game to run the 50/50 raffle. This year the Parkside Federal Credit Union sold the raffle tickets for the JFF to help us reach the fans in the seats to support our Montana children with their financial needs caused by severe medical situations.
Plan to attend these great events supporting Montana children and their families stricken with medical concerns and high costs. Thank you to KPAX, Mike Ramos, and Paul’s Pancake Parlor for helping get this awesome video for the JFF Banquet, Auction, and Golf Scramble events!
Visit Break Espresso in May!
They’re showing awesome community support through giving all the donations (spare change or what ever you share) from their donation box. We’re grateful for the support and hope you’ll show your support of this community-oriented business too!
Please share with your friends and family.
Please visit Break Espresso at 432 N. Higgins in Missoula, MT for a great coffee break, free wifi, and a wonderful downtown Missoula experience.
We appreciate you, Break Espresso, and know your generosity will help a lot of Montana kids and their families deal with the hardships that cancer, dire illness, and the pain of constant medical issues cause. Wahoo, Break Espresso!
Come out and eat with us! The annual Jadyn Fred Foundation and Paul’s Pancake Parlor fundraiser is a great place to meet new people, support a great cause, and eat lots of pancakes while also getting the chance to win fun prizes!
See you March 4, 2017 at Paul’s Pancake Parlor! Thank you to the Missoula Broadcasting Company for getting the word out and to Paul’s Pancake Parlor for being a place our community can gather.
We know you’ve all been asking when is the annual Paul’s Pancake Parlor Fundraiser!
Woohoo, here’s the delightful and decadent answer…
Bring all your friends and family for a very fun time supported by so many local businesses, celebrities, and community members. If there’s someone new to town, and they don’t know about this special event, be sure to share it with them so they can be more connected as well as meet a ton of new friends. Great networking, great pancakes, but even more it’s a great time!
See you there!
Welcome to our guest contributor, Katie Huisman, with CMR High School HOSA, as she tells us about their buckets of love for kids with cancer. She shared her article in a special talk at the basketball game at halftime to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer. Watch what a great job she did or scroll down for the article transcript…
And there’s one more opportunity on Feb. 10, 2017 at CMR vs. GTF in Great Falls. There’ll be a spaghetti feed at 4pm, silent auction, and halftime entertainment. Don’t miss it! The kids have worked hard to support their community. Let’s get out there and support them! Take it away, Katie…
Katie: CMR and GFH High School HOSA have teamed up to raise money and awareness for childhood cancer in Montana. The Jadyn Fred Foundation is an organization that helps the costs associated with caring for a child with cancer.
Standing with me is Austyn. Upon birth, the doctors discovered a large tumor on Austyn’s thigh. Within hours after delivery Austyn and Justine were air lifted to Seattle Children’s Hospital and were told their baby had cancer. At 4 days old Austyn underwent her first surgery to have a central line placed. She received 10 weeks of chemotherapy. She underwent surgery again at 3 months old to remove the tumor with minimal damage done to her leg. Austyn was able to come home for the first time at 4 months old.
Over the past five years Austyn has had numerous check-ups in Seattle. The Marchion family feels they were blessed by overwhelming support from the Great Falls Community. The Jadyn Fred Foundation was a generous supporter. Their financial support helped with medical bills, living costs and travel expenses.
Days after Austyn’s first birthday her MRI showed another spot on her leg. She had to undergo yet another surgery to have it removed. Once again the Jadyn Fred Foundation was there to help!
Austyn has now gone 4 years with no evidence of cancer. This May she will have her last check up. If all is well she will be considered cancer free! The Marchion family can’t express how grateful they are for the Jadyn Fred foundation and all of their support.
We are selling CMR T-shirts up near the concession stand and currently passing around buckets for donations to support the Jadyn Fred Foundation as they continue to help other families in Montana like Austyn’s. Thank you for your support of such a worthy organization.
JFF: We are grateful for the overwhelming success of this buckets of love fundraiser event. Thank you to all who contributed. You’ve made a difference in the lives of Montana children just like Austyn! See you all Feb. 10th!
Thanks! From the Jadyn Fred Foundation.
We are so grateful to all of our sponsors, table sponsors, major sponsors, donations from individuals/companies/friends. We couldn’t do our mission to help Montana kids without you!