Links to Event and SMA Information
Jumping for Jacey's Friends and Auction was a Huge Success
Thank you to everyone who attended, contributed and volunteered. A special thank you to Char Ross and Brittany Drinnen for you time and dedication to making this an amazing event. It would have not have happened without the two of you.
Thank you to KRTV, KFBB, Q106, 104.9- the Wolf, Star 101.7 and the Great Falls Tribune for allowing me the time to explain our event, our organization and helping inform the public on Spinal Muscular Atrophy.
The following companies and individuals donated for our event. When you happen to see them, take a minute to thank them for helping give kids mobility and for helping spreading information about SMA.
Melissa Dearth with MAD Studios, Flippin' Family Fun, Sue Cassell with Pampered Chef, the Drinnen family, Noel Easley, Nightingale Nursing, the teachers at the Early Learning Family Center, Larry Monroe, Jodie Burgess, Marlene Stegmeier and Tami Seibel, Barnes & Noble, Frank Bostwick, Melissa Riphenburg and Stacy Patterson, Domino's Pizza, Pepsi, Heather's Myth Fiber Creations, Holly-Wood central Styles, Borries Italian Restaurant, Wheat Montana, Sew Many Paws-abilities, Larissa Haptonstall with Younique, Christy's Boutique, The Boutique at Studio Montage, Big Bear, Michael's Craft Store, Sam's Club, Smith's Grocery, Brush Crazy, Amazing Toys, Pizza Barron and Pizzaz.
Thank you for helping the night of the event to the following people...
Heather Smith, Nancy Dolfman, Steven Drinnen, Thomas and Cheryl Smith, Lisa Drinnen, Tamie Hargrove, James McBride and Justine Hofland, Kendrick Kloiber, Josh Ryan, Lance Drinnen, Malachi Drinnen and Logan Carter.
Jacey's Journey is hosting a fun full night, right here in Great Falls. Come join us Thursday, March 12th between 6-9 pm at Flipping' Family Fun.
There will be jumping for kids, and kids at heart, and a silent auction for all. Auction items can be seen at
We are hosting this event to help with some of the organizational costs of things such as supplies, operational costs and the final patent for the Angel Arm. We only charge for the cost of materials for each device, no labor or other fees. All labor is donated not only by our family, but other volunteers in our community. We believe raising a child with special needs is extremely expensive and we do not want to add to these costs. Approximately 25% of the devices have been gifted to families in need. Each device is custom made right here in Great Falls MT. We have 120 devices all over the world, as far as Germany, the Philippines and Australia. We just want to be able to help as many as we can, without adding to their financial burden.