Sweet Pea Gallery
Helping Families in their Greatest Time of Need
 
   

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The Sweet Pea Gallery is a non-profit organization that works with The Jaquelyn Sky Foundation to raise money for temporary housing near the treatment center for families whose children have been diagnosed with cancer.

The Jaquelyn Sky Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to raising awareness about childhood cancer. Their first priority is providing funding for expenses of families whose children are fighting cancer, such as housing near the treatment center. The Jaquelyn Sky Foundation is also committed to supporting the financial and emotional needs of fighter families directly impacted by this monster.

Jaquelyn Sky was an 8th grader when she was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). After 15 months of aggressive chemotherapy, she unexpectedly relapsed. The cancer came back more aggressively. Jaquelyn's doctors at Texas Childrens Hospital tried desperately to get her back into remission so she could receive a life saving bone marrow transplant, but the cancer was not responding to treatment. On October 5, 2013, she received complete healing as she victoriously ran across the finish line of her earthly life and entered eternity with her Lord Jesus. She fought her entire fight with dignity, beauty, and perseverance to the end. She finished her race and kept her faith.

Jaquelyn always wanted to be involved in promoting childhood cancer awareness. She had a heart for the children fighting her same fight and always prayed for a cure for childhood cancer. This foundation was created in loving memory of Jaquelyn Sky Jenkins, in her honor and to carry on her legacy.

Please visit http://www.thejaquelynskyfoundation.com.


 


 

Sweet Pea Gallery has 501c(3) tax exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service. All donations are 100% tax deductible. 

Mailing address: 8400 N. Mopac #100, Austin, TX 78759. (512) 470-8272. theraybin@hotmail.com

All proceeds from events go to The Jaquelyn Sky Foundation, which provides families with temporary housing assistance near the treatment center for families whose children are fighting cancer.