Respect the Day
5k Run/Walk

On September 29, 1980 Justin W. Jennings was born in Wilmington, Delaware. The youngest of three children, Justin was your typical healthy, happy little boy who was maturing into a wonderful young man.



I want to tell you how much I appreciate the work you do for the community and the cancer families. It is really truly amazing.

You may not get that many thank yous from regular citizens but, a couple years ago I ran your 5k with my family. It is unquestionably the best thing I have seen anyone do in my life while doing it myself for your organization. You provide a place for families with a cancer victim to stay and enjoy the beach. Not that many people have that opportunity. I'm always pleased to see people and organizations helping their community. Whenever I come to Delaware my family and I drive past the house and we admire the work you do.

Without a doubt continue your foundation. Each and every day you can and will change someones life for the better. Thank you for your time.

Justin Turner, Freshman
Dublin Coffman High School

Frequently Asked Questions

The mission of the Justin W. Jennings Foundation is to support and maintain a home in Bethany Beach where families with cancer can have a place of respite and enjoy some fun family times. It will be a place of joy and peace at the beach.
JBH was built in memory of Justin Jennings who lost his battle with Brain Cancer (GBM) at the age of 19.
JBH is a home for families (the patient may be either an adult or child) dealing with cancer. 
Families-including extended family members-may stay at No Cost for either 3, 4, or 7 days. A refundable deposit is required with application.
JBH is located at 844 Garfield Parkway in Bethany Beach, Delaware. It is approximately one mile from the Bethany Beach Boardwalk and the Town beaches.
JBH sleeps 10 with 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and 1 half-bath.
JBH is ADA compliant.
The Justin W. Jennings Foundation is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt charitable organization. Gifts to the Foundation are considered tax-deductible donations within applicable IRS limits.
The Foundation actively fundraises to support and maintain JBH.
Volunteers are welcome.