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JMB Foundation

In October 2006 James Macready-Bryan was violently assaulted and left with catastrophic, permanent brain injury. His wiry young footballer’s body did not give in – but the sharp brain that had gained him entry into a Monash University arts-law course was damaged forever. The heart-breaking reality for hundreds of young brain injury victims – and their families – is that they are often faced with limited avenues for the financial support needed to provide for their high care needs.


The JMB Foundation raises money to help these young people. Twice-yearly funding rounds provide grants to approved applicants that can be used to pay for additional care and therapy for individuals in care facilities; better and more appropriate home care services; equipment and/or home modifications to increase mobility and independence; and participation in community activities. Your donation goes directly towards providing these grants, which can – and do – make a genuine difference to the comfort and quality of life of young people with an ABI.

Please help young Australians with an acquired brain injury by supporting the JMB Foundation.

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