Your thoughtful, kind and generous contribution,
which is tax deductible to the extent allowable by law,
will enable us achieve our goals
to improve our lives while caring for Mother Earth.
Your donation will fund our mission to
provoke change through awareness on
protecting our environment,
and to encourage a love for the Great Outdoors
with an emphasis on cycling.
Our current goals are to
create community gardens,
organize a writing workshop on cultural diversity
and to purchase a trishaw to provide volunteer-piloted bike rides to seniors.
~ Simply be kind to the planet, to each other and to ourselves. ~
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Mention and/or photos of Lauren, the love of Jay's life, are intentionally excluded from this site, when possible, at the request of and out of respect for the privacy of her family. To learn about Jay and Lauren's amazing journey together, visit Jay's blog, 'Simply Cycling, Traveling The World By Bicycle' @ simplycycling.org.
The Jay Austin Simply Be Kind Foundation® is now also known as Simply Jay Austin
501(c)3 Tax-Exempt Status As Of 11/19/2019
US Registered Trademark 6,429,355 As of 07/20/2021
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Created by Jay's Mom, Jea Santovasco
'I could die doing what I love, but I could also die never having really lived. To me, that would have been a far greater tragedy.' - Jay Austin
Jay really lived .. up until the very moment he was intentionally brutally murdered in a terrorist attack while cycling the world.
Jay lost his life simply because he was an American.
May 1st, 1989 - July 29th, 2018