Jessica's Hope Project
Rating: 4.98 stars 52 52 reviews
1779 Paloma Street Pasadena CA 91104 USA
Jessica’s Hope Project is a newly founded 501 c 3 non-profit organization that focuses on sending fitness-oriented care packages overseas to all branches to the military in many different parts of the world. It started with a simple email to the CEO of 24 Hour Fitness. We are now trying to raise money to cover the shipping of care packages overseas to our deployed military. The average deployed military individual loses 50 pounds of body weight per deployment (information from the United States Marine Corp). Our goal is to keep this from happening by providing protein bars, muscle milk and vitamin supplements to as many military individuals as possible to maintain their physical well being and mental sharpness. By doing so, we are increasing the odds of our military not only doing their physical and mental best as they fight for our country but also coming home to their families and loved ones in better shape than in the past wars when these products were not readily available.
Total number of boxes shipped as of 5/4/13: 1429
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I am a founder of a charity that supports the troops, and a mother 2 sons in the service. I have dealt with miss Jessica a few times ---((the military is a very small world)) I know this sweet woman does some GREAT things for our deployed troops, and she does it all volunteer ( which I think is my favorite thing) When I see someone or a group who does this from their heart !! I highly recommend this NPO winning this grant !!! GO JESSICA'S HOPE you have the support from Mollys Adopt A Sailor/ Adopt A Marine, and Special Hugs-combat support hospitals
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