Thames Path Challenge in support of The Hunger Project UK
JMJ’s London Community will be taking on the 50km Thames Path Challenge to support and raise funds for The Hunger Project
Event Date: 29 September 2012
Event Time: All day
Location: Putney Bridge London to Henley
In September, a team from JMJ’s London Community will be taking on the 50km Thames Path Challenge to raise funds for The Hunger Project, a global organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger. The team committed to raise at least £5,000, and will be joining another 48 people on the Thames Park Challenge who are also supporting The Hunger Project as part of The Hunger Project UK’s World Hunger Day 2012. The Thames Path Challenge will see hundreds of people walk 50km within a targeted time of 12 hours from Putney Bridge to Henley for a variety of good causes.
JMJ Associates has been committed to The Hunger Project since the company’s inception in 1987. JMJ’s unique offerings to the business world share the same principles as The Hunger Project’s model and values of empowerment. Each year, JMJ employees in Business Units across the globe organize or take part in a variety of fundraising events in their communities in support of The Hunger Project. JMJ’s support mainly focuses on the Osonson Epicentre in Ghana.