JFSJ provides opportunities for elementary, high school and college students who want to get involved and make a difference in the world. There are different arrangements volunteerism, internships and even paid work-study positions for eligible students.


There are volunteer opportunities throughout the organization including office administration, fundraising, event planning, writing and reporting, and making and delivering Jayme’s Bears.

Internship Opportunities

Internships are available through Southern New Hampshire University for various opportunities including administrative and leadership positions.

During the internship, students will learn about nonprofit management and strategic communications, take an active role planning and executing fundraising events, and contribute to nonprofit development.  Students will also learn about promoting human rights for children.

Please send us your details at info@jaymesfund.org.

What we do

We bring help and hope to children in-need, educate our community about human rights issues, and provide opportunities for young people to get involved and make a difference. Learn more about JFSJ’s Programs.

How we work

JFSJ works with its supporters to advance the human rights for all children through scholarships, friendly goal-driven gatherings and uplifting events that promote community, kindness and compassion.

“I am completely inspired by working for Jayme’s Fund!  I have been introduced to numerous and diverse groups of individuals who have are an impact in society.  The mission of Jayme’s Fund is supported through an assortment of fun and interactive fundraising events.  These events have made an impact on my life. It is heartwarming to see how many people take time out to support the cause, and I am excited to continue to support strong core values.” – Jayme’s Fund Intern

“I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to work with Jayme’s Fund throughout my college career.  I met so many influential individuals, experienced amazing fundraising events, while promoting a wonderful cause.  I was especially happy to be a part of the development of the Jayme’s Bears project.  Thank you for everything you have given me.. I’m honored to have been a part of Jayme’s Fund!”  – Jayme’s Fund Intern