Jeremiah Henry Kendrick Memorial Foundation was established to honor the life and legacy of Master Jeremiah who suffered from sickle cell disease and lost his battle July 18, 2010 after a bone marrow transplant. Jeremiah loved volunteering in his community and excelled academically.
The goal is to provide service in the community where he was born and raised through Jeremiah's Journey Adopt-A- Highway Initiative quarterly, "Keeping our Community Clean," and providing a book stipend to a child with sickle cell disease but is pursuing a higher education.
The Jeremiah Henry Kendrick Memorial Foundation keeps the life and spirit of Jeremiah's living memory relevant by being a beacon of inspiration and creating events through service, educational programs and supportive services.
Our vision is to encourage, motivate, and inspire individuals with sickle cell disease to pursue higher education, give back to their communities through service, and support families when their children are hospitalized.
"Jeremiah's Journey" Adopt-A-Highway Initiative