jasMics Foundation, Inc.

A bonafide tax exempt nonprofit charity that champions kids healthiness and learning needs as approved by the government statues of
Federal 501(c)(3) EIN 45-4756754 and State of Florida Solicitation/Exemption CH37761/DR-14.

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This special Season for GIVING, your Compassion will HELP our Mission to prevent and cure health disorders in precious, fragile and delicate infant lives at birth as in above NICU picture!

About Us


In the next three years, grow the JasMics Foundation, Inc (JMF) into a preeminent organization in Florida exclusively for charitable, educational and outreach purposes to benefit individuals and families, especially infant's healthcare. As inspired by the real life threatening ordeals of our survivor-advocate, more specifically our mission core objectives free service programs are educating and supporting expecting mothers and community healthcare providers to proactively JasMicsNICU. help prevent and cure microcolon, adenoid hypertrophy and other potentially fatal and/or permanently disability health disorders in precious, fragile and delicate infant lives nationally. Educating expecting mothers and community healthcare providers early to prevent the risks is vital. Urging expecting mothers to follow the health care providers directions during prenatal care is vital for the baby's survival sake than enduring painful suffering in an incubator in the hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU, incubator helping hand touch as pictured above) and amber alert scroller above typical of the indelible experience of such critical life support therin.


JMF core mission is to improve survival of infants through preventive and supportive programs to cure microcolon, adenoid hypertrophy and other disorders through vital prenatal and after-birth healthcare. Help prevent and cure microcolon, adenoid hypertrophy and other health disorders in infants by collaborating with us. Patrons are the infants suffering from such critical health disorders who need/use our services. Coalition members consist of the volunteers including the Board, Sponsors/Partners and/or Donors such as the general public, businesses, community healthcare providers and other benefactors that fund and enable our mission core free service programs through effective grass-roots fundraising campaigns:

  • Prevention - Educate expecting mothers and community healthcare providers with information for awareness of the risks and resources available to proactively help reduce the potential of microcolon, adenoid hypertrophy and other health disorders in precious, fragile and delicate infant lives at birth. This emphasizes urging expecting mothers to follow the directions from community healthcare providers during prenatal care as vital for the baby's survival sake to reduce the risks of the infant enduring painful suffering in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU, incubator helping hand touch as pictured above) early in life despite the dedicated efforts of the hospital staff for a disorder that is preventable via tender loving maternal precautions and detectable with proper early more adequate vigorous screening and testing procedures. Hence adequate prenatal care is vital to precious, fragile and delicate infant life health to reduce pregnancy risks before they manifest as infant health issues. This stresses the importance of prenatal care to identify high risk pregnancies and direct the expecting mothers to choose hospitals most equipped to address the inherent critical risks before and during births as possible as time is of the essence.
  • Support - As possible assist infants suffering from microcolon, adenoid hypertrophy and other health disorders with interim subsidies for basic living needs including food, accommodation, medication, hospitalization, transportation, visitation, communication, compassion, inspiration, in-sighting, counseling, comforting, hoping, coping, cheering, etc. Every parent desires such goodwill when a child needs vital care. This complements our preventive objective to support the infants and care givers in such challenging difficult situations in collaboration with the community healthcare providers.

Microcolon is a disorder in which intestinal contents are not passed into the colon during gestation in infants possibly caused by obstruction, etc. the condition is an abnormal development of a section of the colon and is potentially fatal after third day of birth. Also, if found early requires costly life saving surgery expense and devastating emotional drain as the baby clings to precious, fragile and delicate life in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU; incubator helping hand touch pictures). A visit to such facility is very moving for action to lessen pains of infants as in our mission imagining that such innocents should never endure any preventable ordeals and given the chance to imprint their feet in this world at least.

Adenoid hypertrophy or enlarged adenoids is the unusual growth of the adenoid tonsil. There is very little lymphoid tissue in the nasopharynx of young babies; humans are born without substantial adenoids. The mat of lymphoid tissue called adenoids starts to get sizable during the first year of life. Just how big the adenoids become is quite variable between individual children. Eustachian tubes ventilate the middle ear. Very large adenoids will block air passage in both the nose and the ears. This obstruction of normal air ventilation can lead to snoring, sinusitis and otitis media. The adenoids in these cases provide a reservoir of pathogenic bacteria that cause ear infections and subsequent middle ear effusions (fluid). Nasopharynx lies right above the throat and although the larynx and vocal cords do not ordinarily become infected from adenoiditis, their mucosa does become irritated. The vocal cords are extremely sensitive to touch, and any fluid drops falling on them cause an irresistible urge to cough. Adenoiditis therefore is one of the causes of cough. Thus the child may have permanent disability to properly breath, hear, talk/sing, etc. Hence, surgical removal of the adenoids is required for normal life.


JMF interim goals include:

  • Raise Funding - Seek operational funds via face-face giving program using new marketing campaign team. Need to include a broader roster of supporters who believe in the mission of JMF. Lessen reliance on the founding members and a few other donors to fund its operations.
  • Boost Services - Increase community programs preventive awareness by 10% and patron support by 10%.
  • Maintain Transparency - Follow industry standards on policies of transparency and no conflict of interests at all times.

With help from more donor base, we hope to achieve these goals to begin fully realizing the mission of JMF. Thank you for your interest and support.


As it's said often, no gift donation is too small and that's very true, especially for JMF worth causes charity. Please click this link to our Donate page to see what your tax deductible charitable donation dollars can do exactly with the reassuring direct links for IRS Exempt Organizations Select Check and GuideStar Exchange Transparency Verification.


JMF is operated by a team of volunteer officers including:

Executive Board Members

  • Pete Shomade - Founder/President/Interim Executive Director.
  • Jacqueline Bassi - Treasurer.
  • Jing Ma - Secretary.

Emeritus and Advisory Board Members

  • Joanna Gabriel - Dr./Rev. Minister/VP.
  • Djessica Duchatelier - Student.
  • Thomas J. Schramm - President & CEO, Jackson Memorial Hospital Foundation/University of Miami Medical School.
  • Steven Burghart - Chief Administrative Officer Holtz Childrens Hospital and The Womens Hospital Center at Jackson.
  • Sharon Frazier-Stephens - Director, Center For Family and Child Enrichment.

Also, JMF is faciltated by a steadfast staff and volunteer team. To volunteer your time, please refer to our Events page for details.

JMF organization and financial records are available at the IRS nonprofits search site.

Please reflect on this true young life experience of our Survivor-Advocate link that highlights the essence of the JMF mission as in our logo that depicts the delicateness of life during preganancy as a flower bud into bloom at birth rendered by our inspirator's first name initial.

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