The mission of the Jamin (Jāyman) Fund is to pass on the character traits which exemplified the life of Jamin Buchanan Wilson by encouraging each of us to live life at the highest level – with consistency, integrity, enthusiasm, wisdom and joy, while helping others.
Would you like to help the Jamin Fund make a difference?
The Jamin Fund gratefully accepts your generous contributions through the Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge, a 501(c)(3) organization, so all contributions are fully tax-deductible.
Because the Community Foundation manages the fund, their name is listed as the recipient. In order to direct your contribution properly, please be sure to type in "The Jamin Fund" in the "Designation" field.
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Checks may also be made out to The Jamin Fund and mailed to the address below.
Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge P.O. Box 815 Staunton, Virginia 24402-0815
The Jamin Fund is always looking for volunteers for our intiatives and managing the charity. To be added to our mailing list, please click below.
You can also contribute to The Jamin Fund by purchacing a Giclee Print of "Jamin's Vision". The original oil painting from which these prints are made is an identical representation of the photo which Jamin personally took and was used at the Denver Memorial Service.
The mountain scene had captivated J.B. not long before his death, when he was traveling in Switzerland. This captivating mountain scene by artist Renee Palmer-Jones conveys lofty ideals, peaceful serenity, and dreams of grandeur.
The prints are available on canvas or matte paper, depending on size. All prints will be shipped unframed. Below are the suggested donations to The Jamin Fund for each size of print:
8 X 10 $35 (matte paper) 11 X 14 $60 (matte paper) 12 X 18 $150 (canvas) 16 X 24 $225 (canvas) 24 X 36 $595 (canvas)
If you would like to receive a print of "Jamin's Vision," please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about the artist, Renee Palmer-Jones, is available at http://www.rpjfineart.com.