Jennifer is a skilled and knowledgeable lawyer with a number of victories to show for it. The book she wrote, "Know Your Rights," is incredibly useful as well.
I donated very little but I've watched and witnessed what an amazing woman Jennifer Jaff is with her organization, fighting for people who can't fight for themselves. Jennifer, herself who has this painful disease, knows what it feels to be discriminated, ignored, etc while battling this disease and not getting support from people they loved because they don't understand the disease that overtakes this person's life. She listens, consults, advices, and supports...more importantly, readily to fight for them. She cares about every person she comes in contact with and treats them like any human being should be treated - unconditional love with no strings attached. She makes the person feel a person, not a disabled person.
Jennifer Jaff is an attorney and helps thousands of chronically ill folks to resolve issues with their health insurers each year. She enables many, many people to receive life-saving treatments and prescriptions that have been denied. She does it all at no cost to the people she helps. My wife and I have donated to Advocacy for Patient with Chronic Illness and will continue to do that. As a person who has several chronic illnesses and who became unexpected disabled after working for thirty years as a science and medical librarian, I know what type of expertise this takes. Jennifer manages this organization out of her home with one other staff member and herself. I can't think of any other organization that does so much good with so little staffing. Any donation will be well used and benefit those who need it most.