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Joel Taylor stripped down to his Bonds undies and tackled a ski run in New Zealand on Friday, in support of JMB. Read the full story here.
Joel Taylor’s Melbourne Marathon fundraising campaign is off to an amazing start after he decided he would go skiing in his underwear in New Zealand. He challenged the makers of his undies of choice, Bonds, to get involved – and they did – and he is now on his way to the top of the… Read more »
Support JMB Foundation during Brain Injury Awareness Week
JMB Cup day report It was a grey and chilly day, but there was warmth aplenty as Carey Grammar School and Caulfield Grammar School got together for this year’s JMB Cup on 25 July. Held at Carey’s Bulleen sports ground, there was a carnival atmosphere as the school showcased its teams in girls’ and boys’… Read more »
Get involved with the 2015 Medibank Melbourne Marathon Festival and lend a hand to young Australians living with acquired brain injury. We are nearly there! On Sunday 18 October thousands of runners will converge on the MCG for one of Melbourne’s most exciting events of the year. If you’re running – whether it’s the full marathon, half… Read more »
The James Macready-Bryan (JMB) Foundation will receive applications until 31 October 2015 for a sixth round of funding for eligible young people with an acquired brain injury, to support their specific needs. Why have an applications process? The JMB Foundation was formed in 2007 by parents known to the family of James Macready-Bryan – JMB. The JMB… Read more »
Sports clubs join campaign to reduce frightening one-punch assault stats http://www.theage.com.au/ The Age – June 11 2015 Alana Schetzer A new awareness campaign to reduce “one-punch” assaults will be launched this weekend with players at hundreds of sporting clubs, including some major football clubs, wearing orange laces to highlight the issue. Advocacy group Step Back… Read more »
Our latest half-yearly newsletter has just been published. Take a look at what we’ve been up to for the past six months. If you’d like to receive this as an e-newsletter you can sign up to our mailing list at the bottom of this page. If you’d rather have a hard copy sent to you, please… Read more »
By James Williamson Meet Heather Barcham and her new pet rabbit, Flopsy. Heather, a 35 year old mother of three, acquired a brain injury in 2008. After a difficult start in intensive care, she has made steady progress over the last seven years through her own motivation and hard work, helped along by support from… Read more »
The annual JMB Cup football match between Carey Grammar School and Caulfield Grammar School is on Saturday 25th July, kicking off at 11am. The Carey boys are no doubt hoping to avenge a couple of sizeable defeats. The game is at Carey’s Bulleen sports campus. Come along and cheer on your side, and enjoy a celebration… Read more »
Our thanks this week go to one of our newest supporters, Josh Fisher, who took part in the gruelling Hundred Hole Hike in support of the JMB Foundation and Karingal in January. We’re pleased to report that Josh survived a long hard day on the golf course at Thirteenth Beach, completing an incredible 117 holes in… Read more »
The James Macready-Bryan (JMB) Foundation will receive applications until 30 April 2015 for a fifth round of funding for eligible young people with an acquired brain injury, to support their specific needs. Why have an applications process? The JMB Foundation was formed in 2007 by parents known to the family of James Macready-Bryan – JMB. The JMB Foundation’s… Read more »