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Move For Jenn Foundation Grants

The Move For Jenn Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation that raises funds to issue grants for sarcoma research and amputees who need prostheses.  Since most active-wear prosthetics are not covered by insurance, the foundation bridges the financial gap to allow amputees to get back to the physical activities they enjoyed prior to amputation.

Are you a potential grant recipient who doesn't live in the United States? We can still help! We are thrilled to be able to accept grant applications from all over the world.

Please click on the appropriate grant application below to apply:


If you'd like to help by making a financial contribution, please visit our donate page.

Since our inception, we have been able to gift activewear prosthetic grants to countless people of all ages, races, genders, and backgrounds. Meet some of those warriors below.


Meet Addison, who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma at age six. Addison endured chemo treatments and eventually a rotationplasty prior to finding Move For Jenn. We were able to give Addison a specialized socket and an activity foot giving this active little girl her childhood back.

She skis, runs, takes gymnastics, boogie-boards, plays and never holds back! We are so proud of her.

Meet Ke'yair, who lost his leg to osteosarcoma in August 2020. He was barely walking before he came to NC because his socket did not fit properly and he did not have a proper walking foot for his age and activity level. We were able to give Key a new properly fitting socket, activity knee, walking foot, running blade, and most of all we were able to give his family hope for what his life could look like with the right tools. We were also able to help Key and his family through our advocacy program, finding additional opinions on his diagnosis and more qualified prosthetists in his area.

Meet Mike, a NY State Trooper who lost his leg to Myxofibrosarcoma in March of 2020. We were able to give Mike a specialized skin fit socket, activity knee, and running blade. Mike said, "I want to thank you all for the time, support and energy you put into this. I was hoping to find what I have been missing the last couple of years, and I believe I have. . . I am forever indebted."

Meet Denzel, who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in July of 2013 after graduating from high school. Denzel had his left leg removed above the knee in March of 2014. Denzel was an athlete prior to his surgery and was driven to continue his success athletically, professionally, and personally post-surgery and is currently training to become a Paralympic athlete. We were able to give Denzel a specialized skin fit socket, activity knee and running blade.

The Move For Jenn Foundation is also thrilled to share that we have contributed $50,000 to sarcoma specific research.

Meet more grant recipients here.