Ashley Jadine Foundation
P.O. Box 310352
Houston, Texas 77231
(713) 320-8815


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Annually in January and in memory of Ashley Jadine Duncan, our AJF Foundation opens the scholarship application to graduating high school students with educational expenses at a college/university of their choice. This year we awarded 4--$1000 scholarships to students from the greater Houston area. We thank our generous AJF event sponsors and all those who donate to AJF all year round. Your donations help us to help our youth.

For the 2021 graduating class, our scholarship recipients are:

D’Yani Gates to attend Wentworth Institution of Technology
Madyson Hatter-Loyd to attend the University of Houston Clear Lake
Melvin Holloway IV to attend Hampton University
Prince McCann to attend the University of Oklahoma

Congratulations graduates! We are proud of you.

Cheryl Duncan, AJF Founder
Patrice O. Yarbough, AJF President

Since AJF cancelled our inaugural golf tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are supporting other Houston area non-profits. In July, we selected the Houston Area Women's Center and the Interfaith Ministries Greater Houston. This service project organized by AJF memeber Ashley White was a group effort. In addition to a monetary gift to each organization, our members donated toletires, feminine products, coloring books, dictionaries, towels, and more.

With so much gratitude to our supporters and sponsors of our events, AJF is pleased to share our blessings with our greater Houston communities. Especially now during this ongoing triple threat: racism and economic inequality during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We stand together with those providing shelter, safety, and counseling for those in need.


Patrice O. Yarbough, AJF President
Cheryl L. Duncan, AJF Founder

The Story - Ashley Jadine Duncan

AJF expressess gratitude for all those that attended our walk, promoted our walk and generously contributed to the annual walk and health fair. We are thankful for everyone who helps us increase community awareness of mental health issues and suicide.


2019 AJF Walk co-Chairs Janice Reid and Dava Williams
AJF Founder, Cheryl Duncan
AJF President, Patrice O Yarbough

Ashley Jadine Foundation Scholars


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The Ashley Jadine Foundation (AJF) is a non-profit organization that was established in 2012 to promote the prevention and awareness of suicidal behavior in youth and young adults. The sole purpose of AJF is to offer resources and information to those dealing with mental health issues. The resources on this site are provided for informational purposes only and should not be used to replace the specialized training and professional judgment of a health care or mental health care professional.

Mental health conditions are complex, people differ widely in their conditions and responses, and interactions with other conditions and treatments are best evaluated by a licensed mental health professional examination and consultation with a qualified clinician.

AJF cannot be held responsible for the use of the information provided. Please always consult a trained mental health professional before making any decision regarding treatment of yourself or others. AJF cannot, and will not, assume the role of your physician or therapist.

Although the information provided on the site may prove to be useful, it is not a substitute for professional assistance. Please seek professional help immediately if you have thoughts of killing yourself or others or if you or someone else is in any danger of harm.

If you are in need of help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273- TALK (8255) or contact a qualified mental health care provider.

Ashley Jadine Foundation
P.O. Box 310352
Houston, Texas 77231
(713) 320-8815

Email: ashleyjadine17@yahoo.com
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