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John Chapman, President and Founder of JASA, knows first hand about how a family can easily fall into the scary life of being homeless. He looked into every opportunity to change things for his girls to have a stable home once again. John believes everyone deserves a helping hand as a boost toward their productivity. John wants others to have the opportunity to be helped, trained, educated, and steered toward the independence to sustain their family as he has. Thus, the idea of The Johnny Apple Seed Association, Inc. was born.

John Chapman (1774-1845) was known as Johnny Appleseed because he walked across the United States planting his apple seeds and making a difference in people’s lives ensuring that those seeds would grow trees with apples to feed people in the area. Same name different century and man. John started JASA with a yearning of “Sowing the Seed to Those In Need”. JASA is a Non-Profit Organization with helping the area’s veterans and needy families and individuals in mind. JASA‘s goal is to encourage their clients to strive to gain independence and self confidence to sustain themselves financially in the near future.

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We promise to provide support and assistance in the areas of community outreach, training resources, job placement assistance, tutoring, education and life skills, financial and housing assistance.

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