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. Read more

About Jason Jolkowski

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

About the Founder

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….

Contacts & Board of Directors

Project Jason’s Board of Directors and volunteers include a group of dedicated, non-paid supporters who dedicate their free time to leading the organization, assisting with graphics, the website and events, and making sure as many cases as possible are featured and updated on our forum. Read more

Supporters

A number of corporations, organizations and individuals endorse Project Jason. Read more