Jason James
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I am dancing for a healthier tomorrow! #DFTHOI2019

Join me and help make a difference, please give today.

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$301 towards $1,000

With your help, Jason can raise money needed to provide health care and hope to our neighbors in need.

Ever since he started as a police officer at Bryan Police Department in 1998, Sergeant Jason James has had a singular passion: to help people.

That desire led him to a program called Tip-A-Cop that raises money for the Special Olympics, which is a group James was drawn to as a school resource officer at Bryan High School. Support is what Jason James preaches. He wants to build strong relationships between law enforcement and the community. He does an amazing job and was the 2014 Jefferson Award Winner to prove it.

Jason likes to fish and spend time with his wife Mandie and his two children.

He says his only experience dancing is the Texas two-step, but was willing to get on the dance floor because he believes in supporting organizations within the community, like Health For All, that help others.


A MESSAGE FROM JASON:

The gift of health is one of the most important gifts a person can receive.

Together, we can provide health care and hope to our neighbors in need. Join me in supporting real change. Let's support good in the world and make a difference. Help us ensure a happier and healthy future for our community and for Health For All.

Just a small donation will go a long way to helping me meet my goal!