NEW YORK and ATLANTA – June 9, 2018 – CNN Heroes has received more than 85,000 nominations from more than 100 countries since 2007. We are very proud to announce Jon Albert, Founder of the Jack & Jill Late Stage Cancer Foundation, is the newest CNN HERO. CNN honors individuals who make extraordinary contributions and make a difference.

AND PLEASE SEE THIS NEW “EXTRA” SEGMENT ON JON:

Please join the JAJF CNN Heroes Challenge!

Do you know someone who has been touched by cancer?

Do you enjoy beaches, sunsets, music, sports, roller coasters… having fun and laughing?

JAJF is at the intersection of the reality and prevalence of cancer and the importance and prevalence of family and creating fun, positive lasting memories.

Sanjay Gupta prescribes JAJF:  It is only just over a minute, but Sanjay tells the story in a powerful way.

By Joining the Heroes Challenge

YOU WILL HELP SUSTAIN JAJF IN:

TREATING THE FAMILIES; NOT THE CANCER.

You can donate any amount toward the HEROES CHALLENGE. You can also…

Donate $1,500 and Share the WOW! By leveraging the generous contributions and resources from our in-kind partners, JAJF is able to send families on a customized WOW! Experience for approximately $1,500. This allows us to take families from driveway to driveway, covering all expenses for their WOW. You can adopt a family and Share the WOW!

Donate $3,000 and join the JAJF WOW! Society. The WOW! Society is for those interested in an annual investment in JAJF for five years. WOW! Society investors help JAJF ensure sustainability, so we can be here another decade to help treat more late stage families.

These are families forever touched by cancer, but indelibly treated by JAJF… since 2006.

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