The Jaclyn Fisher Foundation was conceived as a family foundation by Jackie herself, and was
later was created in her name and memory by her parents and sister. Jackie Lea Fisher was
an extraordinary young woman whose life was tragically cut short at age twenty-five.
Diagnosed with Crohn’s disease at nine years old and with primary peritoneal cancer at the young age of 21, Jackie continuously embraced life to the fullest, always supporting others with abundant love. Through the Jaclyn Fisher Foundation we aim to keep Jackie’s memory alive, and to honor her extraordinary spirit going forward.
“After several conversations with the foundation’s web developer and Jackie’s mother, it was clear that the domain name had to go to the right home,” said David Waldack. “I was more than happy to donate JACKIE.ORG to help the family and foundation.”
The web developer for the foundation first contacted Mr. Waldack about jackie.org and possibly acquiring the domain name for a fee. After hearing the story and speaking to Jackie’s mother at length, Mr. Waldack decided that no fee was required. Both NUI Media and Mr. Waldack are elated to donate the name to such a touching cause.
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