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HAPPY MOTHERS’ DAY EVERYONE What a big year for the Macready-Bryan’s as we have welcomed into the world little Maddie Macready-Bryan, the daughter of James’ brother Tom and his wife Emily. She is now almost one and she has brought so much joy into our world. Staying with us at the moment on holiday from… Read more »
2022 Nike Melbourne Marathon Festival will be with us again, this year Sunday, Oct 2nd. This is your chance to support JMB Foundation who are running for those who can’t. Many have been running every year since JMBF was founded, and plenty more have joined the JMBF team along the way. We are hugely grateful for the… Read more »
The James Macready-Bryan (JMB) Foundation will receive applications until 31 October 2022 for the next 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…. Read more »
The talented artist Isabel Koslowsky kindly donated Before the Fire in JMBF’s first art auction. Held on Instagram the painting’s auction was shared, and the winner announced, on May 23rd. The winner Clare Shiell and the artist, Isabel have long been supporters of JMBF and were delighted to be involved in this first for JMBF.
JMB Foundation would like to welcome Elizabeth Rule our recently elected Chair. Elizabeth is a Senior Communications and Stakeholder Relations Advisor at Level Crossing Removal Authority. She brings her communications expertise to the JMB Foundation, along with a fresh, younger viewpoint. Elizabeth is a long time is a friend of James and the Macready-Bryan family.
Angelo Polazzon lives in a group home with two other residents in East Kew. His wife Linda and their twins live close by in the family home. In 2014, 48-year old Angelo had a bicycle accident with a jogger that resulted in an acquired brain injury. He requires assistance with personal care, activities and communication…. Read more »
Dear Supporters, I hope you and your families are well. 2020 has been a challenging year for all but the JMB Foundation continues to provide financial assistance to those people who apply through our bi-annual grant system. The money they receive helps pay for care needs such as extra therapy hours, special equipment, home modifications… Read more »
This year, through your generous support, JMB Foundation has been able to help young people with an acquired brain injury live better lives. Here are some of JMB Foundation’s community stories. Helping Sam gain more independence 11-year-old Sam Moloney lives at home in Rutherglen, Victoria with his family. He received funding from the JMB Foundation… Read more »
It’s that time again … receipts, filing, and a desk full of paperwork! If this is the time of year when you also consider a contribution to one of your favourite causes, we would ask you to think about the work of the JMB Foundation. Generous donations such as yours allowed us to provide more… Read more »