Established in 2020, the Bellinger Family Foundation has two distinct branches, the Family Foundation and Jacks’ House.
The Foundation’s mission is to support and advocate for youth communities throughout Phoenix and Los Angeles by providing educational and recreational resources, events, sports camps, and in some cases providing these resources to underprivileged youth who otherwise may not have resources to participate. The Bellinger Family Foundation is routinely looking for opportunities to make a difference in the community and to give back to those in need, as this is our heartbeat and passion.
Jack’s House is the mental health intervention pillar of the Bellinger Family Foundation. Affectionately named after their beloved Uncle Jack, the mission is to develop and deliver long-term solutions to break the cycle of chronic homelessness amongst America’s mentally ill population. We partner with community-based organizations making profound impacts in the areas of mental health intervention and chronic homelessness.
Our collective solutions and approach will offer long-term community homes providing behavioral and general healthcare services serving those stricken with mentally illness. Through direct intervention and public education, our goal is to one day eliminate the fears and stigma associated with mental illness and live in a world that cares for and uplifts society’s most vulnerable populations.
To actively participate in our communities and improve the lives of others through educational, mental health awareness and athletic programs.
Our family is proud to support the communities we serve. Jennifer, Cody, Clay, Ashli and Cole are all actively involved in the Foundation and are dedicated to improving the lives of others through our programs and resources.
The changes we make today for those in need will be the difference for so many lives tomorrow.
Cody Bellinger surprises high school baseball team with autographs, goodwill and tons of encouragement.