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Project Jason’s 6th annual Keys to Healing Retreat is now history, and plans are in place for retreat 2015. This retreat, and all it offers, is the best life training offered anywhere for persons living with the ambiguous loss of a child or adult loved one. In addition to the training sessions, you’ll meet with other families who know and understand how you feel.Read More
When you shop at thousands of online stores like Macy’s, Goodshop will donate up to 20% of your purchase back to Project Jason, at no cost to you! Goodshop also offers tons of deals and coupons, so you can save money on tools from Home Depot or goods from Walmart , while supporting our cause!Read More
Project Jason is pleased to present our video “Living Life in the Not-Knowing.” This video was written and narrated by Kelly Murphy, President and Founder of Project Jason. It provides a glimpse into the day in the life of a family with a missing loved one. Kelly shares how ordinary moments are never the same when faced with this tragedy. Photos of her missing son, Jason, the Project Jason namesake, are shown from his birth to young adulthood as the not-so-ordinary day unfolds.View on YouTube

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How to Help

Please help us to help those who have no voice, but are forever in our hearts.

“Missing” is a word that when associated with a person strikes fear in our hearts. When you hear about a missing person, you may hold your own children near, glad that it’s not happening to you and your family.

Family is what Project Jason is all about. We want continue to assist families of the missing and provide them with the hope and resources that they need. In order to do this, we need your help.

Project Jason receives no government grants or funds and does not charge for services. We rely entirely upon corporate donations and gifts from individuals like you. All donations are tax deductible. Please be generous!

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Why Choose Project Jason?

  • Personal evaluation to determine which services will best suit your missing loved one’s case.
  • More than 100 hours of professional training in missing persons to provide you with the best services that we can.
  • The opportunity for you to participate in a variety of awareness programs – Project Jason offers several awareness programs, most of them unavailable anywhere else.
  • Family member-only private forums where you can find numerous documents to aid you in the search for your missing loved one.
  • You can come to the only retreat for families of the missing, regardless of the age of the missing person. This weekend retreat goes a long way toward helping heal the minds, bodies and spirits of those experiencing this unique, ambiguous loss.
  • You benefit from the only free online professional counseling service to help you cope with the psychological impact of having a missing loved one.

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About Project Jason

Project Jason is a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization, and was established on October 6, 2003. Our organization primarily focuses on case assessment, resources, and support for families of the missing. We are not an investigative agency, nor do we perform searches. We offer services we are trained to provide. Kelly Murphy, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski, handles all interactions with family members, and has over 100 hours of professional training in various aspects of missing persons, including emotional support, understanding of DNA, support tools, databases and related matters, case management, media interaction, and more.

All of our services are free. As a nonprofit organization, we depend on the generosity of the public to support us, so that we can continue this very important work. We ask that this support come from other members of the community, rather than the families of the missing.

  1. Personal evaluation to determine which services will best suit your missing loved one’s case.
  2. More than 100 hours of professional training in missing persons to provide you with the best services that we can.
  3. The opportunity for you to participate in a variety of awareness programs – Project Jason offers several awareness programs, most of them unavailable anywhere else.
  4. Sympathetic case managers – all Project Jason case managers have or had missing loved ones.

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By the time Jason was 19, he was a high school graduate, attended college part-time, and supported himself with a job at a local restaurant.

He became a young man who loves his family, and despite his age, preferred to stay home more than most other activities. Despite his shy nature, he reveled in his job as a DJ for the local college station. He loves to walk, is an avid sports fan, and helping others was a regular part of his daily life. Read more

Kelly Murphy, president and founder of Project Jason, is one of the foremost experts in the field of missing persons in the United States. She is one of the few non-law enforcement people trained at the criminal justice program at the premier college specializing in missing persons and has more than 100 hours of professional training on missing persons from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The U.S. Department of Justice and Fox Valley Technical College. Read more….