Rating: 4.99 stars 178 178 reviews
2121 West Woolbright Road Unit K101 Boynton Beach FL 33426 USA
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).
We have lifted the spirits of over 150 people battling cancer all over the world.
Men, Women and Children battling cancer all over the world!
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10 people found this review helpful
I have watched this charity grow from an idea to a reality. What a wonderful and simple idea to match those who want to give with the many who are in need of love and support!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Reading the stories and updates as well as talking with people who have participated as Jumpers and Jumpees
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Great and very hard working
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Help more people in need
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