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Casa JoJo Foundation was organized to help children get a primary education and assist families with basic living needs.

Casa JoJo Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization founded in 2011 in memory of Joan (JoJo) Williams to serve the educational and family living needs of minority children around the world.

Our mission is to support children and their families of all communities. Our non-profit organization serves people of all races, creeds, and religions. We do not discriminate.

We use social networking to tell our story and to solicit contributions to support our mission. Our organization is virtual ... we support people all over the world.

100% of all donations go to serve our mission.

Recent Projects & Donations

Every day, in almost every part of the world, we see a need for help with education and family living expenses. Casa JoJo Foundation tries to meet these needs.

Corazon de Nina: Helped raise funds to complete a major building campaign including two dormitories and bathrooms, a multi media room and study areas, and to provide for basic food, clothing and educational materials;

Adopt a Family: Provided primary education school supplies and uniforms for children living in Mexico;

Christmas at the Dump and Christmas in Quimixto: Helped raise funds and awareness for children living in Puerto Vallarta and Quimixto, Mexico;

Cheryl's Shoebox: Raised funds to provide shoes for children going back to school and who live in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico;

... and more. See others at Casa JoJo Foundation and click on your favorites for donation information.

Last updated: May 14, 2020 · Charity ID: 523

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