How it Works

The JennaJackPack Project (JJPP) is a team-building, community service support program that brings children and adults together on behalf of a child coping with the loss of a parent or sibling.

Grounded in empathy, the JJPP is a great camaraderie-building initiative for students, community groups, employees and more.


The JJPP school team consists of a group of students working with a school advisor and a JJPP representative. The team plans an initiative to encourage empathy, while raising funds to support the mission of the JJPP. Activities are engaging and fun for all, and have included dances, penny wars, bake sales, wrist-band design and more.

Community Groups

Similar to schools, community-based initiatives engage a diverse group of neighbors, friends and/or members of organizations who join together to support/honor a child and family coping with the loss of a parent or sibling. Fundraising initiatives include car washes, bake sales, athletic competitions, dances and many more creative, fun programs.


Whether you are part of a small business or a member of a large corporation, the JJPP gives greater meaning and purpose to any team and/or morale-building initiatives at your company. Driven by empathy, employees connect and engage at a deeper level, knowing funds raised from the JJPP activities will benefit children coping with a devastating loss.

Get Started Today!

For more information or to get involved with the JennaJackPack Project, please reach out to us on our Contact Page.