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OUR MISSION 

The Jones-Kennedy Foundation believes that no matter where you are mentally, physically, or spiritually, education will and should always be a necessity. Education should be accessible in more than one platform to anyone willing to learn. Education is continually changing, but will always be necessary. Everyone deserves an opportunity to learn in an experience that exemplifies a scholastic euphoria.

 

"The comprehension of education is our priority!"

 
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Nadia Jones Diagnosed with Bone Cancer in 2017
December 20, 2008 - November 14, 2018

My push is now, my calling is now. My cousin, my baby, my heart. I think about you every day. Not a day

goes by that I don’t think about you. You would’ve been in the grade I teach, 6 th this year!! Man, always

thought I would be your teacher, but other plans were made. Days without you in the world we live in

currently are……well it may not be a horrible thing you’re gone *sigh. I know you are out of misery,

worry, pain, and I promised myself if I had to cry every day, but you were free from everything

displeasing, I would be okay. They say crying cleanses the soul and you have made sure

that my soul stays pure, so thanks! Ha! I’m going to make you proud; I don’t have a choice, Uncle

Sammy is hanging in there, but cancer has him too, and puddin man I don’t know, sometimes I wonder if

I would make it mentally passed this one. I just came from seeing him today and it made me relive your

last days. Its been 1 year, 10 months, 7 days since I got the news that you transitioned and I’m just now

able to write about you without getting simply angry. You were nine…your destiny, your purpose, are all

mysteries now, and that’s the part nags my brain, what your intelligent self would be now.

Well, I promised myself that I would get these feelings on something one day so here’s to you my angel

now, my Puddin’. September 26, 2020 2:31 p.m.

 
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Bishop Sammy Kennedy Diagnosed with colon cancer in 2019
March 20, 1963 - October 21, 2020

To have a father like mine


To have a father like mine that exemplifies Superman is a feeling indescribable. To have a father like mine is to feel love even in the worse of situations. Having a father like mine  is having 6 missed calls in 5 mins just because he wants to make sure you’re okay. Having a father like mine is being a great exemplar to so many other than your own. Your heart was gold in its purest form. Your words empowered so many to simply keep going. Every feeling, thought, and action you did was for a greater cause bigger than you. Life seems like the worse surreal without you here, nothing makes sense. But you’re free now, from all the worry, all the pain, all the heartache, it’s all free from you now. Soar high enough to lift me on my lowest days. Love you Pops! My Superman forever.

October 23, 2020 7:30 p.m.

 

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We rely on support from people like you to create sustainable change in the Dallas area. The financial aid we receive makes a big difference in how we conduct our programs here at Jones-Kennedy Foundation. However, if you prefer to donate your time and energy, we’d love to use your skills and talents in a capacity that helps the lives of our charity's recipients.