Jayme’s Fund for Social Justice (JFSJ) is a 501©3 not-for-profit organization in East Derry, New Hampshire. Since 2002, our mission is to promote programs and initiatives that support the human rights for all children.
We are proud to have strong community roots and a global message to help children become more compassionate, aware and pro-active in creating a better world.
Our work focuses on two key areas:
- Inspiring and educating people of all ages on the importance of human rights for children by emphasizing community involvement; and
- Encouraging youth awareness, participation and leadership.
We promote our mission with community initiatives and year-round events, education programs and student scholarships, and partnerships with organizations that share our vision.
JFSJ was launched in honor of Jayme Anne Lipkin-Moore. Jayme was a young visionary who turned her creative and intellectual talents toward social causes, particularly those affecting young people.
Jayme’s passion, optimism and spirit remain strong and continue to guide us as we aspire for a legacy of hope and opportunity.
To learn more about Jayme, please read the Letter from Jayme’s Mom.
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 human rights for all children through scholarships, friendly goal-driven gatherings and uplifting events that promote community, kindness and compassion.
“Thank you so much for helping me out with my senior project over the last year. There is no way I would have had any success in raising money for David’s House without your help and advice. What you are doing with Jayme’s Fund is truly amazing. And if you need any help I would be more than happy to donate my time. Thank you again!”
~ Marco Santini, Student inspired by JFSJ