The Jack Morenberg Foundation


The Morenberg Mission


Mission Statement

  • Jack Morenberg spent over two  decades serving his country, over three decades serving Colton  police department, and a lifetime of mentorship and leadership within his community. 
  • True to our foundations namesake, Jack Morenberg, our mission is to encourage, mentor and promote positive activism for youth in local communities.
  •  The Jack Morenberg Foundation seeks to provide support and advocacy to improve police, fire, and military youth programs. 
  • Additionally awards and scholarships will be presented to deserving children of first responders and/or those who  are actively volunteering and/or involved in law enforcement programs, military/ rotc programs, or city and local government. 


From Legend to Legacy

Jack Morenberg passed away April 28th 2017. He was many thing to many people; a champion of ethics, a leader of men, a brother in arms, and a servant of this nation. For Jack, the strife for knowledge never vanquished, and no detail forgotten. Known for his determination to solve every case, his incomparable work ethic, and rock solid credibility, he etched himself into Colton History. This foundations purpose is to preserving his spirit by creating and improving youth programs that aim to create  young fearless leaders who exemplify his character, integrity and service before self. 



Jack's Memorial 5K/10K - VIRTUAL

RunStart 7:00am



Jack's Memorial 5K/10K - VIRTUAL

RunStart 7:00am


Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and increase scholarship recipients. Your generous donation will fund our mission.

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Jacquelyn Morenberg

Jacquelyn is a serving Tech. Sgt. in the Air Force reserve as a combat photojournalist, a keynote speaker and leadership coach.  Additionally, she has worked intensively with pre and post-deployers and their families, promoting resilience throughout deployment, and reintegration into civilian life upon their return.

In 2017 Jacquelyn lost her biggest mentor, her father, to cancer. In the wake of his death, she founded The Jack Morenberg Foundation  in his honor.