Jayden’s Hidden Treasures, Inc. Makes Donations to Sumter County Schools Special Needs Classrooms
Jayden’s Hidden Treasures, Inc. Makes Donations to Sumter County Schools
Special Needs Classrooms
The family of Jayden Johnson donated baskets filled with personal care products to all 20 GAA classrooms in Sumter County Schools. The family started a non-profit organization, Jayden’s Hidden Treasures, Inc., whose vision is the creation of a community where children with special needs are not denied care due to the lack of available financial, emotional, or spiritual resources. Their mission “is to provide parents of children with special needs with the assistance needed to reduce the financial burdens created by medical care.”
Jayden’s Hidden Treasures, Inc. is one family’s way to honor the story of people who did not give up, from a pediatrician who found a way to defy a one-year prognosis to a family who found daily strength to get their child needed medical treatment and learn how to live a courageous, hopeful and happy life in spite of a horrible disease. “While Jayden’s Hidden Treasures, Inc. will not solve the financial challenges associated with meeting the needs of the special need child, we do hope to lighten the burden by assisting with the payment for lodging, transportation, and meals,” stated founders Mr. David and Dr. Fanesia Johnson. This non-profit organization, 501 (C) 3 Approved, serves 15 counties in Southwest Georgia. Your donations will enable Jayden’s family to continue providing information, referral, resources, and financial support to needy families.
Pictured left to right: Vamsee Mallineni, Associate Superintendent Kimothy Hadley, Superintendent Walter Knighton, Director of Special Education and Gifted Ms. Jacqueline King, Dr. Fanesia Johnson, Mr. David Johnson, Katrina Fuller, Pat Turner, Laura McConatha, and Dr. Kim Griffin