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20% OF ALL SALES ARE DONATED BACK TO THE JESSIE REES FOUNDATION! Please help us support this incredible Foundation that is doing so much in the world of caring for kids with childhood cancer.
Order window open until April 22 at midnight, with all orders going into production first thing, Monday morning on April 23rd. You will recieve your items within about 2-3 weeks. 
About the Jessie Rees Foundation:
12 year-old Jessie Rees was diagnosed with an inoperable & incurable brain tumor (DIPG) in 2011 and fought hard for 10 months before earning her wings. During her courageous fight, Jessie had a mission — to bring joy to other kids who were fighting cancer and encourage them with her own personal motto, NEGU® (Never Ever Give Up). 
With compassion in her heart and a mission in her mind, Jessie created JoyJars® (64-oz plastic jars filled with age-appropriate, hospital-approved toys) and delivered them to kids in treatment at CHOC Children’s Hospital in Orange County. Soon after, Jessie was delivering JoyJars to kids across the U.S. She personally stuffed and shipped 3,000 of her fun-filled JoyJars. 
Before Jessie earned her wings on January 5, 2012, she made a wish. She wanted every child fighting cancer to be encouraged to NEGU. And that is now our focus at the Jessie Rees Foundation—to support every child and family affected by childhood cancer and encourage them to NEGU. 
As of January 2018, The Jessie Rees Foundation has distributed more than 200,000 JoyJars to kids fighting cancer across the U.S., in all 50 states and in 33 countries. JoyJars and other boosts of encouragement are offered at no cost to families who have a child fighting cancer.  All resources are completely funded through private and corporate donations.  
With the help of our generous donors, compassionate companies and amazing volunteers, our goal is to fulfill Jessie’s Wish to encourage the 300,000 children and families impacted by childhood cancer each year around the world. 
For more information, please visit http://negu.org/.