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Marvellous Melonie

Marvellous Melonie moves mountains On 10 September 2016, 51-year-old Red Strider Melonie Phillips attempted to summit Mt. Kilimanjaro in an effort to raise funds and awareness for JAM. Melonie, Financial Manager at The Best Funeral Society, explained how raising funds for JAM has made her realise the joy and peace that comes with giving: “Because


Jay gives

Jay gave up her pocket money to feed children At the age of just seven, Jay Kerekes is already changing the lives of 47 underprivileged children. She did this by making angel charms with the help of her grandmother, Lynn Harris, using wire and beads and selling them in her father’s shop Roger’s Jewellery Studio,


Spare change

Gaby and Kristen collect tins of spare change Eleven-year-old Gaby and eight-year-old Kristen often see their father Iniel Dreyer (owner of Gabsten Technologies) raising funds for JAM. They asked him how they could help and he encouraged them to raise funds at their school, Trinity House Little Falls. Kristen and Gaby collect filled JAM money


Above and beyond

Craig took his bike above and beyond Craig Wittstock is a REAL legend who raised an AMAZING R52 000 for JAM by cycling the Sani2C and TransBaviaans cycle challenges with his old school friend Derek Schulze. Not willing to rest on his laurels, he then threw his enthusiasm into rallying the troops at KFC/YUM to


Cherae gathered teddies

Cherae gathered teddies to bring some cheer Cherae Olivier always wanted to assist in the community and was prompted into action when she realised that cheering up children was a good place to start. Together with her family and friends she collected 114 teddies, including a giant pink shark that the children at Blessings Day