Josie Renae Mazzo was 110% “girlie-girl”…she loved tea parties, Barbie’s, Hello Kitty and, most of all, playing dress-up. She brought a lifetime of joy to those whose lives she touched before losing her battle with mitochondrial disease on April 23, 2006. Since then, Tony and Mendy Mazzo, Josie's parents, have looked for ways to learn and grow from their experience, as well as ways to help other children and families facing similar circumstances. You can support JMCC's efforts by donating today.
Josie Mazzo Children's Charities (JMCC) was established in 2007 to fund research of rare childhood diseases and to provide resources for families of the children who suffer from these illnesses. JMCC aims to raise money and distribute it to families and other nonprofits that support them.
Funds raised help to improve the lives of children and their families and to support those that help them, such as Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital, Williamson Medical Center, United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation, the Ronald McDonald House of Middle Tennessee.