Congratulations to Michaela Marshall, Simon Marshall and Stefan Brynard who completed their epic Land’s End to John O’Groats cycle (LEJOG) on Saturday 24 August in support of The Hunger Project’s work ending hunger and poverty. View Team JMJ Blog
JMJ Associates employees raise £15,901 to end hunger in 2013
What seemed an impossible (and a slightly crazy!) idea just twelve months ago (as Simon and Michaela crossed the finish line for our Moonriders 100km 2012 Cycle) is now a reality for the amateur cycle team from JMJ Associates. Well done!
The team trained for almost a year before pedalling for 14 days and climbing about 50,000ft – about twice the height of Everest crossing England, Wales and Scotland.
The team have proved yet again that if you have a vision, set goals and commit to the training you can not only make the impossible possible, but make it real – something our partners are doing in large numbers as they continue their journey to become food secure.
Team JMJ’s cyclists inspired a whole series of employee led events in the UK surpassing their goal to raise £10,000 for The Hunger Project through employee led fundraising events during 2013.
Thank you from all our partners across Ghana. We can’t wait to hear what’s being planning for 2014!
This fantastic result will be matched pound for pound by JMJ Associates’ Match Giving Programme.
Email email@example.com or call Sophie on 07525 443068 for support in planning your own cycle challenge or browse these great challenges, secure a place and get in touch.
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About JMJ Associates & THP UK
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In July 2013, JMJ celebrated the completion of its 5-year financial commitment to The Hunger Project’s Osonson Epicentre in Ghana. Read more >>