Martyn Lever and his team at CrossFit Bournemouth deserve a huge thank you. They recently took on a 24-hour cycling challenge to raise funds for the JTYAF covering a distance of 2,347,517 metres and raised almost £4000!Read More
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This is the 9th consecutive year that the charity has supported the Dorset & Wilts team to take part in the Nijmegen March, making the challenge accessible to more than 150 Air Cadets over the years.Read More
We delighted to be selling raffle tickets for £1 each for a lucky winner to attend the Aston Martin HQ as a guest of the Aston Martin Owners Club (“AMOC”). Tickets can be purchased online by clicking on the button below or through Linda or Pete directly.Read More
The 10 Qualified Air Cadet Junior Leaders (QJL’s) pictured above with Air Commodore Dawn McCafferty (centre left) and the Officer Commanding the Junior Leaders Course (centre right) were selected for this year’s JTYAF funded Expedition to Ghana.Read More
The Qualified Air Cadet Junior Leaders (QJLs) on Course 20 are pictured above at their graduation dinner at the Lynford Hall Hotel. This outstanding group of young people raised an incredible £25,000+ for the JTYAF and we can’t thank them enough for their continued support of John’s Foundation.Read More
Charlie Pellat, President of Ferndown Rotary Club, kindly selected John’s Foundation as his charity of support for 2018/19. We are extremely grateful to Charlie and have been overwhelmed by the support that we have recieved.Read More
Huge thanks to Paul Hooker for organising the 4th JTYAF Curry Night at the Cinnamon Lounge, Woodlands. It was a really enjoyable evening, with delicious food, great company and it was an incredibly successful fundraiser too. A record £729 was raised on the night!Read More
The Junior Leaders on the 2019 course have organised an enormous variety of fundraising events, from skydives, to leg waxing, and many have taken on extremely tough physical challenges, with hundreds of miles cycled, walked, climbed, and run.Read More