From left, Jammer Family Foundation Executive Director Rob Powell, JFF Board Member Jolane Crawford of Schubach Aviation, San Diego Charger Quentin Jammer with Jennifer and Rich Enright work out the final details for the July 21 “Jammin Under the Stars” benefiting the San Pasqual Academy. Courtesy photo

Fundraiser features Charger star

RANCHO SANTA FE — The third annual fundraising event, “Jammin’ Under the Stars” will be held at 6:30 p.m. July 21 at the private estate of Rich and Jennifer Enright, to benefit the programs supported by the Jammer Family Foundation (JFF).The cost to attend Jammin’ Under the Stars is $200 per person and tickets are best purchased by July 14 at or contact Rob Powell (619) 922-2131.

The event is being organized under the direction of San Diego Charger Quentin Jammer, JFF Executive Director Rob Powell, JFF Board member Jolane Crawford of Schubach Aviation, and event hosts the Enright’s, with Billy Ray Smith serving as Master of Ceremonies. Top San Diego chefs will provide catering and the evening’s festivities will include unique silent and live auction items, a golf skills challenge, casino gaming, entertainment and dancing. Guests will mingle with members of the San Diego Chargers football team and the Charger Girls in support of programs that empower the students of San Pasqual Academy, the first national residential education campus for foster teens.

Quentin has worked with SPA for six years. Jammer said, “This year we have a variety of exciting auction items including autographed sports memorabilia and travel packages that will be showcased at the Enright estate along with the addition of an interactive golf skills challenge and competitive casino gaming; we’re extremely grateful to the Enright’s for their support in hosting our event. I’m looking forward to reconnecting with my teammates who will be in attendance to support this cause in a festive, celebratory atmosphere.” Quentin was introduced to the foster teens of San Pasqual Academy several years ago and has been instrumental in providing academic scholarships, Thanksgiving, Christmas and graduation programs, group outings to Charger games, one-on-one mentoring in addition to the construction of a home football field.

The Jammer Family Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit entity and engages in a wide variety of worthy causes in the San Diego community mentioned above, including support for Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Solutions for Change, and the Boys and Girls Clubs.


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