Although most of the fundraising events for the Ferndown-based John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation (JTYAF) have been cancelled, there is still one you can enjoy next month.
John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation (JTYAF) put smiles on the faces of the charity’s award winners at Ferndown Upper School.
Two young men summited and slept on three of the UK’s highest mountains to raise money for the Dorset-based John Thornton Young Achiever’s Foundation (JTYAF).
It’s the John Thornton Pram Race in June and the charity is looking for as many teams as they can muster to not only make the event a fundraising success, but also to make it a spectacle for the Ferndown Fete on the Field attendees.
A couple and their friend are embarking on the last of Seven Summits, Visson Massif in Antarctica, in memory of John Thornton.
A team of 22 supporters of the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation have walked a marathon to raise important funds for the charity.
Six people raised £6000 for JTYAF charity by performing 30,000 press ups over the course of 10 hours in Sainsbury’s, Ferndown.
The John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation and Ferndown Gateway Club have recently benefitted from the Co-op’s initiative.
On 6 May, six people will attempt to do at least 30,000 strict press-ups in 10 hours raising money for the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation.