Thursday, September 9, 2010

Labor Day Thank You

We at the Jacobs Deliverance Foundation Would like to send a special


to everyone who helped put on a fantastic event in Memorial Park Pasadena, Ca. for Labor Day.

First we want to thank the volunteers, some of which arrived as early as 6:00 am.
Thank You.

Also we want to thank the Jacobs Deliverance Personal who assisted with the event.
Thank You

A special thanks goes out to our business contributors of $100 or more.

Slaw Dogs,
720 N Lake Ave # 8
Pasadena, Ca. 91104
(626) 808-9777

Conrad's Restaurant
861 E Walnut
Pasadena, Ca. 91101
(626) 577-7603

M & M Towing
1312 Fair Oaks Ave
So. Pasadena, Ca 91030
(626) 441-1863

Run with Us
235 N Lake
Pasadena, Ca 91101
(626) 568-3331

The Hettema Group
67 Valley Street
Pasadena Ca. 91105
(626) 683-9876

The Fight Academy
61 West Valley St
Pasadena, Ca. 91105
(626) 737-0442

William Alexander
Paying to much in Taxes
A refund is no indication that one isn't paying to much in taxes.
Free tax consultation
(619) 961-8633

Larry P Butler Electric
(626) 710-2225
residential, industrial, commercial
call for free quote

We would also like to thank Home Depot and Staples for donating school supplies.

With a special thank you to:

Bravo Wholesale Inc.
License Bags & Luggage
140 S Main Street #103
Los Angeles, Ca. 90015
(213) 748-2299
(213) 748-1699
(800) 380-9010
They supplied the back packs at a very affordable price, and made a much needed donation.

Also we would like to thank all of the people who have made contribution at the various stores, and online so this event could happen.

We are truly all in this together.

Thank You.

The next event will be held the day before Thanksgiving Nov. 24th 2010
Until then we continue to provide food to local food banks daily.

To make a donation go to:

Until next time.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

California 200 Off Track Race Hero

As most of you are aware of by now. There was a horrific accident Saturday 8-14-10 at the California 200 off road race. In this accident eight spectators were killed, and even more were injured seriously.

Now out of this event a great act of heroism was performed by Andrew Therrien 22, who unfortunately lost his life in the process of saving others. Andrew's actions helped to save the life of his girlfriend and 3 year old daughter, as well as the 7 year old daughter of one of his friends. Could you even begin to image the love he must have had to perform this act?

The hero in us tends to emerge in times of crisis and crisis tends to galvanize the human spirit and bring out the best in people the real in people. Name any disaster, and you will also see where people came together for one common objective. Andrew Therrien even though only 22 showed that heroism and the choices people make everyday to serve their fellow man.
We are truly all in this together.

Here at the Jacobs Deliverance Foundation ( see the good in people everyday. Because without people who believe in their fellow man, we wouldn't be able to continue. The people here who put in long hours for little to no financial reward feel the greatest since of accomplishment imaginable every time we witness someone go from nowhere to self supporting.

If you can find it in your heart to help us in our mission to feed, educate, house, and employ the homeless please donate now at:

Until next time

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

You don't have to be Johnny Carson

Johnny Carson has just garnered a brand new distinction. As well as being King of Late Night, Mr. Carson is now King of Philanthropy, as well.

Johnny Carson's estate has announced as you probably have read a posthumous gift of 156 million to his charitable foundation.

Now you don't have to give like Johnny in order to help. But you can be as big
as Johnny in your heart when it comes to helping the less fortunate.

We at the Jacobs Deliverance Foundation or having our 8th annual Labor Day meal for the homeless and needy. In addition we will be giving away back packs including; notebooks pens, pencils, crayons, to 100 needy children.

The event will be Sept. 6th 2010, at Memorial Park 85 East Holly, Pasadena, Ca. 91103. Noon until 4pm.

We are still several thousand dollars away from or target with less than a month to go, please help.

You can donate today at:

Thank you for your support.

We are truly all in this together. You can be the King or Queen of Labor Day by providing
for someone in need.

Thanks Again

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Food and Knowledge

Here is the latest update.

The Jacobs Deliverance Foundation in addition to feeding homeless and needy families as part of our Labor Day celebration will also provide school supplies for needy families.

Location: Memorial Park

85 E Holly

Pasadena, Ca.

Time: Noon

Date: Monday September 6th, 2010

Part of the Jacobs Deliverance Foundation purpose is to provide better education for better leadership in the future. If you wish to help make this happen please come out and volunteer. Arrive at the park around 10am or call (626) 840-3450. To make a financial contribution please go to our website.

We will keep the community posted of any activities or programs we have to offer, as well as provide information on housing, employment, life skills, scholarships, and others as the community suggest them, or our scope grows to include them.

Thank You for your support.

Donation page:

Thursday, July 22, 2010

The Jacobs Deliverance Foundation Blog

Hello and welcome to The Jacobs Deliverance Foundation Blog

We’re starting this blog as part of our ongoing efforts to serve the community. WE want to share information with you that will assist you, and to hear what it is you want from us. We want to know how we can best serve the community.

As most of you know Jacobs Deliverance Foundation for the last eight years has been holding annual events to feed the homeless on the major holidays, with a toy giveaway on Christmas which u can sign up for now:

The Blog will address topics of interest and answers to questions and concerns within the community. In the future we will be a source of information for housing, financial assistance, jobs, scholarships, and life skills programs.

Feel free to comment on our blog with any ways we can better serve the community. We look forward to hearing from you.

Also drop by our website at email: