Is Trying worth Dying?

Mission

The mission of Jaydynn’s Light is to continue Jaydynn’s legacy by raising awareness of and educating others on the dangers of illicit fentanyl, while also supporting families who have suffered a similar loss.

Vision

Our vision is to create an educated, drug free world where future generations will no longer have to stop and ask themselves, “Is trying worth dying.”

Get Involved

We hope to have ways to volunteer and get involved with Jaydynn’s Light in the near future. If you would like to help out in any way please use the form below to get in touch. 

Donate

Help our organization by donating today! All donations go directly to making a difference for our cause. Small donations make a bigger difference than you think. Together, we can make a difference.

Contact Us

If you would like to reach out to us please feel free to email or write to our address’s (click below link)or fill out the Contact form and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

About us

Providing drug awareness, education and support for grieving families.

Our beautiful Jaydynn was a spunky, sassy, smiley 16 year old who loved to sing, dance and hug like nobody’s business. She was a free spirit who somehow always seemed to be everywhere. She was a daughter, a sister, a grand-daughter, a niece, a cousin, and a friend to so many. Her striking blue eyes showed her light within that became even brighter through her smile as she entered in any room.

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Donations

Your Donation Matters

Small donations make a bigger difference than you think. Together, we can make a difference. A small gift of $5 will provide a much needed boost to our marketing and outreach programs.

Help our organization by donating today! All donations go directly to making a difference for our cause.

Drug Overdose Deaths are Surging

Year-over-year change in reported drug overdose deaths by state in 2020, by state (in %).

Overdose deaths in the U.S. from fentanyl in 2020.
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Drug overdose deaths in the United States climbed by nearly 15 percent in 2020
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Fentanyl is now the #1 cause of death for Americans age 18 to 45
Americans lost 3.5 million years of life in 2020 to drug overdose related deaths
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latest news & blog

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This is Not a Crisis: It is a War!
⚠️This is NOT a crisis... It is a WAR! If you or some you know...
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Greeley Tribune covers “Light up the Night”
We want to thank the Greeley Tribune for the following article and helping Jaydynn's Light...
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Jaydynn’s Light on the radio
This past week Jaydynn's mom Katie was on the Steffan Tubbs radio show to speak...