12-year-old Jacob Schriber-Ball passed away in May. Jacob was autistic and suffered from heart problems.
After his death, the Jacob Schriber-Ball foundation was established to grant wishes of special needs educators and children, and on Friday, the first "wish" was presented to Jacob's former classmates at Glenwood Leadership Academy.
The school received inflatable bouncy objects Friday morning. Jacob's mother says Jacob loved nothing more than to bounce and she knows her son is jumping right beside his friends.
"To support special education children and their teachers do things for their students that they might not otherwise get to do because we felt like they had done so much for Jacob that we wanted to make sure they were able to continue to do those things", Tiffany Ball said.
The fund is open to any EVSC Special Education teacher. A musical benefit for the foundation is taking place Ocotber 22nd at the AIS School on Diamond Avenue. It starts at 7:00p.m.