Every Young Adult needs a Path to Independence

Let’s do some good . . . just like Jon!

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a 501(c) (3) Foundation

Epilepsy Safety Net Program

Help young adults lead an independent life by providing assistance with medical expenses, transportation and other challenges that arise from  living with epilepsy.

Apprenticeship Assistance Program

Grants will be awarded for assistance with the purchasing of necessary tools, personal protection equipment and transportation costs in the pursuit of completing an Apprenticeship in a skilled trade

Path To Good Scholarship Awards

Assist high school graduates pursue opportunities in the skilled trades, manufacturing, civil services and other careers that do not require a college degree.

Success Stories

Jon's Story

On April 24, 2019, our beloved son, Jonathan Robert Denzer, lost his  battle with an autoimmune disease with complications from epilepsy.  He was 27 years old. Jon was loving, kind, gentle, funny and a giant! At  6’6’’, he towered over all, especially his adoring mother. 

His love and  kindness was evident as soon as he entered a room. He was never  hesitant to wrap his arms around you or drape his arms over the  shoulders of his friends. He was the best bear hugger ever. We couldn’t  help Jon beat the disease that took him from his family and friends way  too early. 

With this foundation we hope to do some good….just like  Jon. It is our mission to help young adults achieve their goals and live a  meaningful, productive and independent life as Jon did and would  have all the days of his life.

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