Stand Up to Cancer

Paddle for good on Saturday, June 29!

Help us raise money for our new research fund at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Our Mission

We’re a NYC-based volunteer network for young urban professionals passionate about giving back to our community. 

Recent Events

Check out all the fun these great people have had volunteering and raising money for meaningful causes.

The Causes We Support

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Cancer Research

We are proud to have established 3 research funds at the leading cancer hospitals in the Northeast: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

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Wheelchair Program

Our electric wheelchair granting program provides adaptive wheelchairs for sports and chair upgrades not covered by insurance to children with physical limitations.

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Scholarships

We currently offer a $2,500 scholarship for graduating high school seniors to help lower the cost of college.

Do Good, Meet Awesome People, Feel Great.

In 2018, we gave $68,500 to charitable causes and raised more than $30,000 in donations.

With your support, we’re a force for good in our community!

What’s Your Passion?

If there is a cause you care deeply about that fits into JDJ’s ethos of helping the sick and underprivileged in our community, we'll help you make the difference you dream of.

From volunteering events to fundraising, JDJ is here to help you make our world a better place.

Latest News

JDJ Foundation Establishes Research Fund at Dana-Farber

The JDJ Foundation is proud to have established a research fund at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA.

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Month in Review: April 2019

Monte Carlo & Wheelchairs
Fundraising for a Good Cause
First Wheelchair Recipient
Winners, Winners, Winners!

Education & LHS
MakeSPP 2.0
LHS Meets RMHNY

Stand Up To Cancer

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Month in Review: January 2019

Here at the JDJ Charitable Foundation, we have not let the cold temperatures get in the way of our continued momentum. In fact, we are more excited now than ever about the future of our Foundation.To kick off the new year, we hosted two great events on January 8.

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The JDJ Glioblastoma Fund at MSKCC

Physician-scientist Ingo Mellinghoff studies signal transduction alterations in primary brain tumors at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

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