Logo, Jr. Dixon Foundation - Charitable Organization
(877) 259-4497
Los Angeles, CA 90043
 

The Foundation

The Jr. Dixon Foundation is driven to complete the lifelong goal of Burley Dixon Jr. His vision was to assist any and all children and young adults that are amputees, with the proper resources and assistance towards betterment of education, progress in advanced medicine, career building, and overall access to freedom from being physically impaired and empower them towards success.

JR Dixon's spirit lives on through this foundation. Here, we work to provide disadvantaged amputees, from all walks of life, a human right to feel whole again and an opportunity to have for his or her life to become a success story that has once again "beat the odds," just as JR did.

Our foundation is dedicated to assisting people with obtaining the latest in advanced prosthetics. From helping to provide financial assistance to therapy to securing scholarships for achievements in high school and college to ensuring parents receive counseling, and guardians and educators understand the obstacles amputees have in life, we work to bring the most to those that need it.

Prosthetic Leg

The Jr. Dixon Foundation has been recognized by the city of Los Angeles and council woman Maxine Water for outstanding services the foundation provides the local community and for the annual health fair the foundation hosts. It is always a pleasure to bring the community together along with local hospitals and doctors to volunteer their time.

Families are so grateful with the help they receive for a new prosthetic limb. The financial burdens can be difficult to overcome. Our assistance helps ease tensions as well as provide for emotional health.

We are ever grateful for the community's support and our endeavor to sustain JR Dixon's legacy through the foundation. We look forward to building lasting relationships, as well as being a staple part of the charitable community.

Contact us in Los Angeles, California, to learn more about our foundations
efforts to help children and adult amputees with paying for new prosthetic limbs and therapy services.