On July 15th Camp White Pine celebrated the miraculous life of Jacob Schwartz. Together with many of Jake’s talented Camp White Pine friends and family members, they held a CWP concert, "Jamming for Jacob." The Camp made a donation to Jacob's Ladder to support its efforts for awareness, research, education and therapy into neurodegenerative diseases and Post 21.
I Rise Above
I Rise Above is an original song about our son, produced as a tribute to honour Jacob Schwartz as he miraculously turns 20!
Ellen Schwartz’s new book, Without One Word Spoken, 18 Life Lessons from Jacob.
Written for those facing their own personal struggles, the lessons shared in Ellen’s book, explore the ripple effects of an extremely precious life- one that might have been tragic, but instead, is filled with hope, joy, and merit. This how-to format will help others facing life’s greatest challenges, whatever they might be.
Give your child the opportunity to give back to Jacob's Ladder, the Canadian Foundation for Control of Neurodegenerative Disease. Make your child's next big day more meaningful by creating a
free invitation at Echoage.com. Half the money raised online will
support the work of Jacob's Ladder and the other half will be given
to your child.
Alone we can do so little, together we can so much!
We think Jacob would say the same thing. Look what we did together! Hundreds came to discover magic PURE MAGIC. All of you helped in your own unique and powerful way. Thousands of gifts were given away to those who need them the most... Read more
Jacob’s Ladder, The Canadian Foundation for the Control of Neurodegenerative Disease is a charitable organization founded in 1998, which aims to benefit children like Jacob Schwartz and reduce the occurrences of neurodegenerative disease in the future.Read More