it has lasting effects on family members and caregivers.
Money raised through the Tony Snow & Betty Jo Caregiver Network will provide one-time grants for families and caregivers to:
Help cover unexpected expenses while a loved one is in treatment.
Provide opportunities to create family memories.
Help pay for get-away time for the primary caregiver (massages, meals, etc.)
Assist with the expense of grief counseling for children and families.
Sponsor children to attend bereavement camps and other coping opportunities.
Grant applications will be available after June 1, 2013.
Betty Jo Snow & Family in early 70's
Jenny Snow Ashbrook & Family
Tony Snow & Family
How You Can Help
We need your assistance before we can begin helping caregivers. Make a donation.
If you would like to make a founding donation or become a fundraiser, email us.
Are you a caregiver? We have created an on-line community where families and caregivers can support one another. Email us for an invitation to the group connected to our Facebook page.
Come back after June 1, 2013, to submit an application for a one-time grant for unexpected expenses or to cover grief support services.
Support Jenny's efforts
The Tony Snow & Betty Jo Caregiver Network will provide both financial and emotional support to families and caregivers while a loved one is in treatment, and for families who have lost someone to colorectal cancer. The network was started by Jenny Snow Ashbrook, an endurance athlete, who lost both her mother and brother to this disease.
On August 11, 2012, Jenny Snow Ashbrook, kicked off the fundraising campaign for the Tony Snow & Betty Jo Caregiver Fund and competing in the Ironman U.S. Championship in New York City. She finished with a time of 13:25:12, placing 17th in her age group.
Show your support of Jenny’s vision by making a donation.
Jenny Snow Ashbrook competes.
Ashbrook (R) with Jay McConville (Get Your Rear in Gear - Alexandria Chair) (L), and brother Tony, following a 2006 triathlon.