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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Cancer

Mission: The mission of Spirit Jump is to provide hope and comfort to the many men, women and children battling cancer, one gift at a time. Spirit Jump strives to let each and every cancer fighter know that they are not alone in their battle and that there are people behind them as they fight. Spirit Jump’s goal is to help cancer fighters fight strong by providing uplifting cards and inspirational gifts from our “Jumpers” to help fighters maintain the strength they need every day as they battle this terrible disease. The Amazing Part:. The amazing thing about Spirit Jump is that both the person giving a gift (Jumper) often has their spirit lifted just as much as the person receiving the gift (Jumpee).

Results: We have lifted the spirits of over 150 people battling cancer all over the world.

Target demographics: Men, Women and Children battling cancer all over the world!

Geographic areas served: Worldwide

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Community Stories

16 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Spirit Jump literally has and is saving my life! Spirit Jump is an incredible organization that fights cancer with something no drug could ever do. That is hope and love. They give strength to keep fighting to those who are already fighting so hard. The founder and those running Spirit Jump have such inspiring stories. In fact when asked who was my hero I said Meaghan, who founded Spirit Jump in 2008. However, it is all the of the Spirit Jumpers who are my heroes, as well as the Jumpees who are brave enough to say I need help either to a friend, family member, or on the website. I personally was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer in August 2007. Although I had spoken to or corresponded with may others battling, it was when I started reading Meaghan's blog that I really felt a connection. I'm not sure exactly why, but her personal story inspired me so much. On July 11, 2009 I woke up in the ICU overhearing doctors saying my liver was failing. Having cancer and knowing I was not elligible for a liver transplant, I said something to the effect of hey, if you are going to talk in front of me than talk to me. They were pretty shocked to find me conscious. My sugar and spice PCP came beside me and started to tell me that my liver was in pretty bad shape. I turned to the hepatologist and asked for the numbers. Upon hearing them I asked if there had been in change in the past 24 hours and he said there had been an increase since then. I looked them both in the face and said, "So basically you are waiting for me to die." There faces said yes, but they both said that they wanted to see how the labs looked the next day. I tried to contact some family and friends with no answers. Then I just fell asleep. The next morning the hepatologist said I was getting slightly worse, and I said I wanted to leave. If I was going to die it was not going to do it in a hospital. He told me, knowing very well I couldn't, that if I could get out of bed without assistance I was free to go. I tried contacting some family and my roommate, again with no luck. So I asked for some paper and a pen. I began to write letters to the people I wanted to say goodbye to. However, writing was a little too hard. Then, feeling completely alone and hopeless I started having the warm feelings remembering Spirit Jump and all the wonderful people involved. I did one of the hardest things in my life. I sent a tweet saying where I was. Not even a minute later I was getting a response from Spirit Jump (I don't follow everyone via text - old phone). Soon I was talking with Meaghan, being I did not have internet access. Finally hearing the voice of someone I admired so much was overwhelming. Then she told me how Spirit Jumpers were already sending their love and prayers. Suddenly, I wasn't alone. The next day the hepatologist said he was quite surprised to not only see improvement, but a fairly significant improvement. Over the next few days I received prayers, cards, visits, flowers, gifts, and heard about all the tweets on twitter. I cried because I was overwhelmed with love. I contuied to improve at an incredible rate. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that Spirit Jump has been and is making all the difference. The hepatologist told me on the day I was moved out of the ICU to a regular floor that he had never seen anyone's liver make such significant improvement, especially in such a short period of time (and practically said he originally did not think I would make it through that second night), and I told him that is the power of prayer. He looked a little skeptical, and I said you have never seen it before and you didn't change my treatment, yet when people started to visit, pray and send loving thoughts there was incredible improvement. Spirit Jump saved my life when no medicine or specialist could! The cards and little gifts kept (and keep) coming, and each one at a time when I was starting to feel a little low. I would look at them all everyday. One of the most ironic things was each card or item was something in my favorite color or pattern, something I had always wanted, or from a place I had always wanted to go. Each and every prayer, positive thought, card (oh, the cards), visit, flower, & gift is treasured more than you could ever know. Spirit Jump is an awesome organization, and Spirit Jumpers saved my life!

10

Client Served

Rating: 5

Hello Everyone, this is such an important cause this is my story. I am a 5 time cancer patient survivor and now fighting it again as bone cancer in my legs, also in 1995 I lost my mother,father,sister,aunt,uncle & grandmother all died due to different cancers I held each and everyone of them while they passed, I was left on this earth alone with just a 1 & half yr old son. I have never taken kimo or radiation I will never do that no matter what I can't go that route it is just me, but I have had 14 surgeries and alot of spiritual healing & herbal care.... But my most important thing I have done and will always do is have FAITH that is the most important part of healing no matter how bad it gets always have the faith that all will be well and what we are going through is a horrible horrible illness but with faith we can be healed.... I send my love and many blessings to all & everyone.. Eaglefeather

10

Client Served

Rating: 5

I write this review on behalf of my wife Lynn, a cancer patient recently diagnosed with stage IV cervical cancer. I signed Lynn up with Spirit Jump in hopes of placing her name into the hearts of as many people as possible. Spirit Jump met and surpassed any expectations I had. Just as Lynn went through her first session of chemo, cards, small gifts and prayers from Jumpers from across the country poured in. She has been brought to tears by the love and thoughtfulness shown to her by Spirit Jump.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

My son and I have been recipients of the kindness of Spirit Jump. In the midst of ones battle against cancer it is very easy to slip into depression and start losing the fight, especially if you don't have the best support network. Spirit jump has made all the difference in the world! My cancer is terminal, but I am not ready to go yet. The cards and gifts and love I received has made the difference between staying in bed and getting up and out and living again!

6

Client Served

Rating: 5

This group has taken my daughter into their hearts and let her know that her last days on earth matter.. Sammie has terminal bone cancer and is only 12 years old. They have sent art work, flowers, cards, gifts, and most of all support.. what a wonderful group of humans!

6

Client Served

Rating: 5

My 3 year old son is a cancer patient and loves receiving mail! Once I found Spirit Jump in a matter of days we were flooded with mail from all over! There were cards and gifts and words of encouragement that brought tears to my eyes. Spirit Jump is an organization made up of so many wonderful people! They really work so hard at trying to put smiles on people's faces... they succeeded with my little guy!! :)