6th Annual Family Fun Day

Delivering Items of Medical Necessity

Delivering Items of Medical Convenience

Register Today for the 7th Annual Family Fun Day

Jake’s Help From Heaven, founded in 2011, is a non-profit foundation dedicated to supporting individuals with multiple medical challenges and disabilities. Countless challenges occur in caring for medically fragile, special needs individuals. Our goal is to assist individuals affected by debilitating illnesses.

Current Events

What’s New with Jake’s Help From Heaven

Jake's Help From Heaven has had a very busy 2016 so far with three Board of Directors meetings behind us and  we are well on our way to making our goal of awarding over $125,000! Check out some of our...

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Exciting changes for our 5th Annual Finest Fillies event!

We are so excited for this year's Finest Fillies event with many new twists! We are not just fillies anymore - join us on July 20th for our Finest Fillies & Some Colts event! A quick spin of the spinning wheel will determine which filly or colt advances. The first...

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6th Annual Family Fun Day

We are so excited for our 6th Annual Family Fun Day! Sunday, May 15, 2016 11:00 AM -1:00 PM Saratoga Strike Zone More information and registration is available here Annual Family Fun Day Sponsorship is available here  Check out some of our past years: [gallery...

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What We Do


We reimburse or purchase directly items which positively impact the life of the medically fragile individual. We understand the importance of proper equipment, accessories, and items which can improve the quality of the applicant’s life. Items can be of medical necessity or medical convenience.


We look to help individuals and families impacted by complicated medical lives and challenges. We provide reimbursement for medical travel to see doctors, specialists, and procedures if you need to travel over 90 miles.


For those applying for technology devices, including but not limited to tablet devices and software applications.

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