Find The Good As Jaxon Would


First Jaxon Humanitarian Scholarship Awarded

The very first Jaxon Landfair Humanitarian Scholarship was awarded May 21, 2020 to graduating Basha High student Dylan Easton who is attending classes at Chandler Gilbert Community College.

Jessica Landfair, Vice President of the foundation and parent of Jaxon, says “We will be forever grateful to Make-A-Wish Arizona and to all of the attending officers for the special day that we all shared with Jaxon. This first scholarship is a rewarding milestone for our family and the Jaxon Foundation.  We are dedicated to honoring Jaxon’s Wish by awarding scholarships for years to come to students who want to pursue careers in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice.”

David Loutzenheiser, Principal Basha High School, said “On behalf of Chandler Public Schools and Basha High School, we would like to thank the Jaxon Foundation for providing Dylan Easton with this scholarship.  Jaxon’s request to establish a scholarship to support a fellow Basha Bear on their path toward law enforcement is the true essence of benevolence, honor, and scholarship.  Jaxon’s selfless act will allow his legacy to continue through others and reminds all of us to look outside our own concerns while helping in our community.”

Phoenix Police Cadet Recognized

Sandy Barbolla
From L to R: Officer David Barrios, PHX PD, Cadet Sandy Borbolla, Officer Jamie Brooks, PHX PD
The Jaxon Foundation is proud to provide financial support for Sandy Borbolla, a graduate of Barry Goldwater High School in Phoenix, Arizona.  Sandy plans a career in Law Enforcement and values the hands-on training and community service experiences she had as a participant in the Phoenix Police Cadet program.
“The Phoenix Cadet Academy is designed as a high stress law enforcement training environment; where integrity, accountability, respect and a positive attitude are a "must need" in order to graduate. Cadets are pushed to their limits and then beyond, both physically and academically. Sandy is one of our top performers and continues to log many hours of community service. She is a good example to the other cadets as she stays within the expectations and policies of the program and is highly thought of among her peers, command staff, and other program advisors.”
Officer David Barrios
Community Engagement Bureau Cadet Program Advisor Phoenix Police Department

Law Enforcement Training Academy

An Intense, Highly Accountable And Challenging Training Program

Law Enforcement Training Academy
The Jaxon Foundation is proud to announce financial support for the Chandler-Gilbert Community College Law Enforcement Training Academy class that begins training in January 2021.  The Academy is an intense, highly accountable and challenging training program certified by the Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training Board (Arizona POST).  The program is designed for students who are seeking employment as a peace officer in Arizona.  The Academy has placed graduates in career positions with over 30 Arizona Law Enforcement agencies including Chandler PD,  Scottsdale PD, Mesa PD, Gilbert PD, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, Apache Junction PD, Tempe PD, Arizona Department of Public Safety, City of Maricopa PD, and many more.

Jaxon Foundation Programs

Jaxon’s Wish for a scholarship for a Basha High School student has become the cornerstone to programs that will open doors for students from schools across Arizona who want to pursue careers in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice.  In addition to financial support, scholarship recipients will be connected to Law Enforcement professionals who will serve as Mentors during their academic year.



jaxon scholarship program

Jaxon Humanitarian Scholarship

The Jaxon Landfair Humanitarian Scholarships honor former Basha High School student Jaxon Landfair. During Jaxon’s attendance at Basha High School he was involved in Marching Band, Concert Band, and Multimedia Film. In November 2018 he was diagnosed with Leukemia (ALL) and finished out that school year off campus. His battle with cancer did not deter him from fully enjoying life and his intent was to pursue a career in Law Enforcement after college. He never lost hope and always maintained a positive outlook on life.  When Make-A-Wish Arizona® asked Jaxon to share his one true wish, he told volunteers he wished for “something that would last”. His decision? To create a college scholarship for his fellow Basha High School students was something Make-A-Wish Arizona® was excited to help launch by funding the first scholarship.

The 2021 Jaxon Landfair Humanitarian Scholarships are payable to the participating College, University, or Academy.  All students who are enrolled in their 2021 Senior year at an accredited Arizona High School are eligible to apply for a scholarship.

Every scholarship recipient will be connected with a Jaxon Mentor who will provide guidance throughout the scholarship period including scheduling opportunities for the recipient to visit with other Jaxon Mentors in a variety of Law Enforcement fields.

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Application Procedure

  • Applicants must be graduating May 2021 and pursuing a degree in Law Enforcement / Criminal Justice
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Financial Need
  • Two letters of recommendation.
  • A minimum of 30 hours of community service or documentation of participation in religious or church related activities in the prior six months. WAIVED (Due to Covid-19 Restrictions)
  • Applicant must submit a 500 word essay showing that you are familiar with “Jaxon’s Three Things”.  Include how you have applied them in your life.
  • Qualified applicants will be invited to an interview with the Jaxon Foundation Review Board.
  • Send completed Application to: