Partnerships

Since its inception, Jayme’s Fund for Social Justice (JFSJ) has engaged in partnerships with valuable partners ​listed below, both locally and globally, to further its mission of promoting human rights for children.

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is a community foundation that allows local donors to take an organized approach to giving, and to better understand the needs in their region.

The Foundation holds and invests JFSJ’s funds.

Breakthrough Manchester at The Derryfield School is a year-long, tuition-free program devoted to academic excellence, leadership, creativity and diversity for the under-served youth in Manchester, NH. It educates middle school, high school and college students in the art of teaching.

Jayme tutored students at Breakthrough, and JFSJ has maintained a close relationship with the program through the Jayme’s Scholars scholarship program.

The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights is an international human rights nonprofit organization promoting collaboration to generate change around the world.

The Center provided support for Speak Truth to Power, one of JFSJ’s education programs, a multi-faceted global initiative that uses the experiences of courageous defenders from around the world to educate students and others about human rights, and urge them to take action. Issues range from slavery and environmental activism to religious self-determination and political participation.

JFSJ have appreciated a long-standing partnership with Rob Surette. Through his incredible art work and multimedia presentations, (Amazing Hero Art), he is in synch with JFSJ’s mission to support the human rights of all children, and to inspire and educate people of all ages on the importance of these issues. His outstanding multimedia program BE SOMEBODY has inspired and educated children around the world.

Southern New Hampshire University is a private, nonprofit university located between the cities of Manchester and Hooksett.

JFSF enjoys a partnership with the University through its Center for Community Engaged Learning, which develops a culture of active citizenship for all members of the SNHU community. In addition to providing volunteerism, work study and internship opportunities, JFSJ engages with university students on service projects on the SNHU campus.

Lil MDGs is a nonprofit organization helping young people around the world to support the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). It initially operated under the umbrella of JFSJ.

JFSJ and LilMDGs share common goals and complementary missions, and support each other’s organizational development goals. They work in partnership in various ways including fundraising, educational programs, special projects and youth outreach.