The Noah James Hardt Foundation (NJHF) was created to build a core endowment fund to ensure that young adults (ages 18- 29) who are diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (A.L.L. , also known as Acute Lymphocystic Leukemia) can focus on living their lives during treatment. Our mission is to fulfill Noah’s desire to help others by providing grants to young adults with A.L.L. so they can manage their "costs of living." Funds will be provided for, but not limited to, groceries, monthly bills, rent, clothes, travel, entertainment and technology.
Noah James Hardt, the foundation's namesake, was diagnosed with A.L.L., June 23, 2013. Unfortunately, Noah passed away on Sept. 16, 2014, at the age of 25 in the loving company of family and close friends at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. While hospitalized Noah started a foundation that he called “No Point Pouting”. His goal was to provide grants to young adults with A.L.L. who like him have to manage their living expenses. Sadly, young adult with A.L.L. will more than likely lose their job, their health insurance, their means to pay their bills, rent… In the meantime they are discouraged to utilize public transportation, asked to stay away from crowds, encouraged to eat healthy and to avoid stress…
After his passing, we decided to finish his work. So, we renamed his foundation, got the non-profit status and started working on raising funds.
Please help these young adults improve their quality of life by making a donation in Noah’s memory and inviting others to do so… Each dollar reaffirms Noah’s belief that "this is all about getting to live again, not the cancer.”