A Future for Ausar and Jorja: Help Secure Tomorrow for Sabrina Jones' Children

Join the Virgin Islands Community in Raising $50,000 to Support the Young Lives Sabrina Left Behind

  • Staff Consortium
  • December 10, 2023

The late Sabrina Jones and her two children.

In a stirring call to action, the Virgin Islands community is mobilizing to honor the memory of Sabrina Jones, a beloved mother who tragically passed away during childbirth last month.

This devastating event has left her two young children, two-year-old Ausar and newborn Jorja, without their mother. In response, a fundraising campaign has been launched with the goal of raising $50,000 to support the Jones family during this harrowing time.

Nicolette Stout, a close friend of Sabrina's family, is spearheading the effort, urging the community to come together in this moment of need. She described Sabrina as a mother, sister, daughter, and a loving and caring soul. Virgin Islanders – those at home and abroad — are thus encouraged to contribute, with each donation bringing them closer to achieving the $50,000 goal, which will be instrumental in providing for the children's upbringing and education.

The campaign, hosted on GoFundMe, is not just a testament to Sabrina's impact on those around her but also a reflection of the community's compassion and solidarity. The funds will be used to cover funeral costs and establish a secure foundation for Ausar and Jorja, ensuring they have the necessary resources as they grow up without their mother.

Local residents have already started contributing, with many sharing the fundraiser on social media to increase its reach. 

The story of Sabrina and her children has touched many hearts, but the financial support needs to increase in order to help her two children. At time of publication, donations stood at $5,325, which means the family is $44,675 away from their goal of putting the young children on a sound footing.

To contribute to this vital cause and help ensure that Sabrina’s children are cared for, visit the GoFundMe page here. Every donation, big or small, makes a difference.

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