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About JTF

Jedidiah Talom Foundation

The Jedidiah Talom Foundation is a 501(C) (3) non-profit organization whose mission is to empower underprivileged girls and communities in Africa to solve challenges linked to their quality of life.

With your support, we help them have access to essential needs such as personal care products, education, healthcare, clean water, and other necessities. We also support vocational training and micro-projects that empower young girls to break the cycle of poverty and ensure a better future.

Become An Ambassador

Do you have a heart for Africa and want to participate actively in improving the life quality of disadvantaged girls and their communities?

Become an Ambassador!

Our ambassadors are individuals and organizations that advocate for us and help raise money to support our causes.

As an ambassador, you launch fundraisings, seek sponsorships, and use your platforms and connections to promote our mission.

Please let us know if you would like to serve as an ambassador for the Jedidiah Talom Foundation.

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Shop For A Cause

We have put together a collection of various articles with Jedidiah’s artworks to celebrate her life and carry on her legacy. These articles are great as gifts for different occasions or for your personal use. Again, 100% of the benefits go to the foundation, to support our mission through various projects.


Our Bord Of Directors

Natalie Talom


Nathalie Talom is a mother of three children, including Jedidiah Talom, who was her firstborn. She finds so much comfort in carrying Jedidiah's dreams for Africa.

Melinda Hall


Melinda has engineering and finance degrees from Texas A&M University. She is the mother of two boys and works at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.

Sundie Noah


Sundie Noah was a missionary in Cameroon, Central Africa, for 15 years, where she met her husband, Jean-Claude. Together, they have three children: Zoë, Hannah, and Kohen.

Lisette Tenlep Akers

Vice president

Lisette Tenlep Akers is the mother of two kids. She is a chemist with 10+ years of professional experience in Research & Development and Renewable energy.

Dawn Dershem

Advocacy Director

Dawn was a public school teacher and Reading Specialist for 31 years. She was also a Sunday School teacher for children 3 to 6. One of her greatest honors was to have Jedidiah and her siblings call her “Grandma.”