Hundred Hole Hike to help JMB Foundation


Have you heard of the Hundred Hole Hike?

On January 23 at 13th Beach Golf Links, golfing enthusiasts will take up a challenge to play 100 holes of golf in one day – without using a cart.  It’s for a great cause, in support of  Karingal, a Geelong-based not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of people with a disability.

Participants can also support an additional cause, and we are pleased that Josh Fisher has chosen to raise funds for the JMB Foundation as well.

Now in its third year, the Karingal HHH is the only event of its kind in Australia and we are so pleased that Josh is dedicating his efforts towards raising money for Karingal and JMB Foundation’s Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) programs.

You can support the JMB Foundation by supporting Josh.  Find out more by reading this letter from Josh.

By sponsoring Josh to take part in the HHH you will be directly helping to raise money for Karingal and the JMB Foundation. Every dollar you donate will help Karingal and JMB improve the lives of those who have an ABI, and provide important support for their families and carers.

To make a tax deductable donation, please visit and search for Josh’s name under ‘Support a Player in the HHH’.

We wish Josh and everyone taking part in the Hundred Hole Hike the best of luck. It’s a huge challenge and it’s going to take a massive effort!

We look forward to letting you know how Josh goes on the day.

2015 HHH_How you can get involved

The 100 Hole Hike – how you can get involved