Welcome to The Jackson Project

The Jackson Project is a 100% volunteer run 501(c)(3) public charity formed in the State of Texas in 2014. The organization is formed in honor of Jackson Wallace, affectionately known as J-Bird, who fought a fatal form of Leukodystrophy called Krabbe Disease.

The foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for families affected by Leukodystrophy by:

-Financially supporting families in obtaining equipment or services they need to best care for those affected.

-Raising awareness about Krabbe, other Leukodystrophies, and the critical role of Newborn Screening.

-Partnering with the Leukodystrophy Care Network which aims to revolutionize the health and quality of life of individuals affected with proactive, innovative, and comprehensive medical care standards and specialized centers of excellence

Please take a few minutes while you are here to learn more about Krabbe and other Leukodystrophies, how the diseases impact affected patients, and the critical role that early diagnosis through newborn screening plays.  These are rare genetic disorders, and your voice is a powerful tool in raising awareness.

Your support for The Jackson Project is benefiting families Leukodystrophy families across the country.  Please check back often for latest news and progress updates.  Thanks for visiting!

The Jackson Project is an IRS approved 501(c)(3) public charity. Donations are tax deductible.
Donate to The Jackson Project and support the fight against Krabbe Disease

Connect With Us!

Content on this site is not intended to be used as medical advice in the diagnosis or treatment of any condition and is for informational purposes only. Please seek a medical professional if you have questions or health concerns.

Back to Top