WEDNESDAY 5TH OCTOBER 2016
12 for 12.30 pm
LEONDA BY THE YARRA
(bookings are now closed for this event)
JOIN US AS WE MARK A MILESTONE 10 YEARS
This year marks a milestone for the JMB Foundation, James Macready-Bryan and his family. In October 2016 it will be 10 years since the tragic event that became the reason our Foundation exists. James was assaulted in October 2006, on his 20th birthday, and many will remember the shock as the extent of his injuries became clear, and the reality of his future existence – living with a permanent, catastrophic brain injury – hit home.
The JMB Foundation was established initially to raise funds for James and now, almost 10 years on, we are able to help more young Australians who are living with acquired brain injury (ABI). Often their needs are far greater than the limited government funding available can cover. The JMB Foundation’s goal is to help fill the funding gap for these young people so they can experience a better level of care and comfort, and an improved quality of life.
Please help us to help more young men and women whose lives can be improved by the extra therapy, special equipment, home modifications or opportunities for community access that JMB Foundation grants make possible.
You can do this by joining us for lunch on Wednesday 5th October 2016. Bring a friend, or get a group together and make up a table of 10 at Leonda by the Yarra.
Professor Andrew Kaye
JMB Foundation Patron, Head of Neurosurgery at Royal Melbourne Hospital and Head of Department of Surgery at The University of Melbourne
Ms Anj Barker
Victoria’s Young Australian of the Year 2011 and ABI disability advocate
Master of Ceremonies
Triple M Hot Breakfast / Seven Network
Bookings are now closed for this event
Support this event even if you can’t attend
If you can’t attend but would like to support this event and the JMB Foundation, please consider making a donation or providing an auction item or raffle prize for the day. More info here.
Please contact Sharon Kent if you have any questions and would like additional information. firstname.lastname@example.org / 0425 727 461