Tuesday, July 6, 2010

*My Prayers Are With You Jayna Ann*

Please Send A Dollar Or A Donation To
Jayna Ann Morrell Fund
885 Broadway #31
Bayonne NJ

Hope for Jayna Ann


Jayna Ann Morrell is fighting for her life. Born on May 3, 2010, she was three months premature and weighed just over 24 ounces.

On May 29th, Jayna Ann had a heart attack. Doctors at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey fought for hours to stabilize her. Despite the ominous predictions, Jayna Ann survived. She has been moved to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia where a team of some of the best pediatric experts in the country is now caring for this precious little girl.

Insurance is paying for the medical bills but not any of the other costs associated with caring for a severely ill child.

While a fund has been set up to help the family defray the mounting costs, Ann Morrell asks for Prayers.
"My biggest request would be to pray for a miracle,'' she said, "Just Pray."

And / Or Please Send A Dollar
Or A Donation To
The Kids In Need Foundation
3077 Kettering Blvd.
Suite 114
OH 45439
phone +1-937-296 1230

The Kids In Need Foundation
* Has distributed more than $300 million in school supplies to low-income schools free of charge
* Serves 1.6 million students and 100,000 teachers annually
* Has awarded $1 million in grants to teachers

Welcome to the Kids In Need Foundation.
How You Can Help


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Frequently Asked Questions


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The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides low-income children with free, nutritious meals during the summer months when school is not in session and when increased numbers of children are at risk of hunger because they cannot access school meal programs. SFSP is the single-largest federal resource available for local sponsors who want to feed children in the summer months.


Greater Newark Fresh Air Fund Seeks Supporters To Send Children To Camp
Let's Get As Many Children As Possible
Off Those Hot City Streets
A Week Or Two In The Cool Country!


N.J. budget compromise is reached between Gov. Chris Christie and Lawmakers

So I Guess You're Not Going To Cut Budgets For School Breakfasts And Other Meals And Nutritional Programs For Poor Children, Correct?


The Jersey Journal
Hudson County


The changes include:

• Keeping open Hagedorn Psychiatric Hospital in Hunterdon County.

• Keeping in place the Bergen County "blue laws" that forbid Sunday shopping in that county.
• More funding for welfare, adult medical day care, home-care services, education services for the blind, and various other programs for vulnerable residents.
• More funding for NJ STARS scholarships, the NJ After 3 program, and tuition assistance grants.
• Maintaining the State Commission of Investigation, a watchdog agency Christie had sought to merge into the state comptroller's office.
• Funding for cultural sites including the Battleship New Jersey and the Newark Museum.
• More funding for projects in Urban Enterprise Zones.


Blue laws - $64,000,000
Urban Enterprise Zones - $48,000,000
General assistance - $21,995,000
Supplemental security income, Personal needs allowance for community-based developmental disabilities clients - $10,282,000
Personal assistance home care - $9,669,000
Garrett W. Hagedorn Gero-Psychiatric Hospital - $6,370,000
New Jersey cultural trust - includes Trenton Barracks museum, Battleship N.J. and Newark Museum - $4,000,000
State Commission of Investigation - $3,539,000
NJ After 3 - $3,000,000
Sheltered workshops for people with disabilities - $3,000,000
Adult medical day care - $2,379,000
Center for Hispanic Policy - $1,400,000
Educational Opportunity Fund - $1,300,000
NJ STARS Scholarships for tuition - $1,000,000
Respite care - $800,000
Education services for blind children - $20,000

My Prayers Are With You Jayna Ann