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21st May, 2013

Chosen Charities
by Kleon West on May 21, 2013 20:45

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Every year JCI Manchester is proud to give something back to the community by supporting a local Manchester-based charity. This year, we've decided to do things a little differently, by supporting 2 charities for 2013 and 2014. We are very excited to announce that our supported charities for this year and next, will be Francis House Children's Hospice based in Didsbury and Forever Manchester, a community based charity based in central Manchester.

Francis House Children's Hospice is a wonderful local charity providing a home away from home for families of children and young people with life threatening or life limiting conditions. Francis House provides children and young people with care and families with support, dispelling the traditional notion of a hospice by providing a place of rest, fun, comfort and enjoyment.

Forever Manchester is a community based charity providing 'Charity the Mancunian Way' through its dedication to strengthening communities, creating opportunities for local people and tackling issues of disadvantage and exclusion.

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21st May, 2013

Director of the Month - David Hayes
by Kleon West on May 21, 2013 20:28

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Each month we will be featuring one of our committee members and their ambitions for JCI Manchester for this year. Our first member of the month is David Hayes, Sports Director. This is the first year the JCI Manchester committee has appointed a dedicated sports director, borne largely out of the success of Tough Mudder last year and the 3 Peaks' Challenge in 2011.

David brings much ambition, vision and energy to this new role. He has developed a dedicated sport's program for the coming year, the aim of which is to achieve some fundamental objectives for JCI Manchester. These include facilitation of personal and professional developments of both JCI members and non-members through sport, including development of new skills, meeting new people and giving something back to the community.

Some of the activities David has planned for this year include planned participation in the Manchester 10k and a possible Guinness World Record attempt. We are also hoping to enter a team into this Tough Mudder, meeting to be held on Tuesday 21st May. Watch this space.

 

 

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