Local Mom’s National Campaign for DIPG Awareness

“Just Say It!”—A Local Mom’s National Campaign for DIPG Awareness   August 17, 2015, Santa Clarita, CA—Janet Demeter is running on the heels of good fortune, the local leadership of our very own CA State Assemblyman Scott Wilk who, touched by the story of Jacks Angels Foundation, authored ACR151 which …

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JUST SAY IT!

“They were told it was a ‘rare’ brain tumor, and that nothing had been done for decades, in research, because the ‘numbers’ weren’t great enough for investors.  After his death, they came to learn that DIPG is one of the more common pediatric brain tumors(12% incidence), and responsible for roughly …

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LOCAL CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL FOR THE ARTS RAISES AWARENESS FOR PEDIATRIC BRAIN CANCER

Download/Copy pdf For immediate release—Santa Clarita CA, Tuesday, March 24, 2015:  Jack’s Angels Foundation presents its 3rd Annual “Art for Jack” Music and Art Festival for Children on Sunday May 3, 2015 at the Sulphur Springs Elementary School MPR in Canyon Country, CA from 1-5pm.  The event celebrates the artistic …

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Looking Ahead 2015

Now beginning its third year, Jack’s Angels’ Board of Directors is conducting a thorough review of our beginning endeavors for the process of finding our long-term focus for how we can be most effective in our mission.  Our mission itself is finding balance and clarity throughout this process, and our …

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Our Mission 2014

This post is a repeat of our home page, the content of which is very important yet is often overlooked.  Here the links are kept intact for easy reference.  Also, our literature is offered here as well.   PRWeb press release    LEAFLET brochure    DESCRIPTION of Purpose   Did You Know? …

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Jack’s Story

Jack’s Story Jack, James-William Gregory Demeter, was born a healthy baby boy, 7 lbs-7oz, 22”, a Saturday Night little man at 11:36pm, Aug. 30, 2008. Our Sophie-Marie was nicknamed “Boo” for the little girl in Monster’s Inc, and Jack-Jack was for the little guy from The Incredibles. Needless to say, …

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