Jaquelyn Sky was an 8th grader when she was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). After 15 months of aggressive chemotherapy, she unexpectedly relapsed. The cancer came back more aggressive.
The first priority of the Jaquelyn Sky Foundation is providing funding for expenses of families whose children are fighting cancer, such as housing near the treatment center. We are also committed to supporting the financial and emotional needs of fighter... Read More
We are happy to be able to offer 3 Jackie’s House apartment units at this time. There is such a large need for temporary housing for families whose child is undergoing treatment and must be near the medical center at the recommendation of the doctor. It is only because of generous JSF & Sweet Pea Gallery supporters that we are able to offer this temporary housing service at no expense to childhood cancer families.
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Our 2nd Annual Jaquelyn Sky Foundation Golf Tournament will be held on April 8th in Elkhart, Texas. We are so excited about bringing this fundraising opportunity back to the community again in order to bring more awareness to childhood cancer and help raise money to support our Jackie’s House Apartment. We are in need of volunteers, players and sponsors. Please click the button below for registration and sponsorship information.
Family, friends and supporters gathered together in Kingwood’s Town Center June 7 for the first Fight 4 Kids Fest in honor of Atascocita’s Jaquelyn Sky Jenkins who lost her battle with cancer in 2013. Fight 4 Kids Family Fest will support the organization by helping them help other families dealing with a child with cancer.... Read More
Sept 27th– HAFBC upward Gold Out games. In support of childhood cancer awareness month- The Jaquelyn Sky foundation will be on hand at the HAFBC soccer games with bounce houses and a booth selling shirts and bracelets to support the foundation. The goal is to raise awareness around the 46 children diagnosed and 7 lost every day to pediatric... Read More