3,000 kms for 30 bucks!
3,000 kms for 30 bucks On February 21st Quenton Oates is hitting the bike trail – and it’s a long, tough one. Starting off at Cape Reinga at the far north tip of New Zealand, Quenton will cover an incredible 3,000 kms, finishing up at the The Bluff at the bottom of the South Island. It’s a… Read more »
http://www.smh.com.au/ 25 January 2016 By Heath Aston, Political Reporter, The Sydney Morning Herald Sydney emergency doctor Gordian Fulde named Senior Australian of the Year “… Dr Fulde has spoken out for years about alcohol-fuelled violence …” Professor Gordian Fulde, the longest-serving head of an emergency department in Australia, is the Senior Australian of the Year. His… Read more »
Karingal’s Hundred Hole Hike is coming up soon, and this year it’s not just about the extreme golfing. The day will be rounded off with some great entertainment at Music to a Tee. Kicking off from 3.45pm on Friday 22nd January, Rod Quantock will host an evening of music and comedy featuring Australian music greats the Backsliders featuring Dom Turner… Read more »
Josh is hitting the Hundred Hole Hike again in 2016 for Karingal and JMB
We were sad to bid farewell to the JMB Foundation’s founding Chair, Helen Sykes, in December 2015, after nine years of unflagging commitment and dedication to JMB. Helen has been a driving force for the Foundation since day one, and her efforts have been critical, not only to the establishment of JMB, but also to its… Read more »
By James Williamson Sam Ford is learning to walk again. With the support of his family and carers, funding from the JMB Foundation, and an intensive physical therapy program at Making Strides, an injury recovery centre in Burleigh Heads, Queensland, 24-year-old Sam is doing things the only way he knows how – with independence, cheek,… Read more »
The JMB Foundation is pleased to announce Dianne Rule as the new Chair of the Foundation, taking over from Helen Sykes who has stepped down after nine years.
2015 Medibank Melbourne Marathon Festival an outstanding success We did it! Well, actually, YOU did it. On Sunday 18 October thousands of runners converged on the MCG for one of Melbourne’s most exciting events of the year. We are thrilled to have had more than 200 runners on the JMB team, sporting our JMB colours and fundraising… Read more »
The James Macready-Bryan (JMB) Foundation will receive applications until 30 April 2016 for a seventh 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 »
It may only be early in 2016 but it’s never too early to start thinking about this year’s Melbourne Marathon! So mark the date in your calendar – Sunday 16 October – and watch this space. We’ll keep you posted and let you know when you can register and how you can help JMB Foundation… Read more »
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 »