On Sunday August 6, the CVGT Employment Echuca team will participate in Johnno’s Run a 5km, 10km or 21km run, walk or wheel (mobility aids only) dedicated to raising funds for the Opening Doors Project – building homes for people with disability.
Our participation will help raise much-needed funds for disability support and housing.
CVGT Employment Echuca Manager
About Johnno’s Run 2023 – Building home for people with disability
Celebrating its 10th year, Johnno’s Run is an annual fundraising event organised by Community Living and Respite Services (CLRS). The event supports CLRS to build homes for people with disability in the local Echuca Moama community.
Opening Doors Project
The Opening Doors Project is an innovative housing project and to date has built, three houses and 10 units in Echuca Moama, supporting 20 people with disability to live independently in their own community. By supporting or participating in Johnno’s Run 2023 you will help CLRS to build their fifth project – 2, two-bedroom units in Spoonbill Street Moama.
Help our Echuca team reach their fundraising target
Meet the team! L-R: Luke Eldridge, Tristan Nevin, Janet Keily, Maggie Moerenhout, Tammy Sellwood, Kate Mills, Rhiannon Pell, Chris Horman, Jason Russell.
The CVGT Employment Echuca team have set a fundraising target of $2000!
- Kate Mills
- Maggie Moerenhout
- Bianna DeRooze
- Chris Horman
- Jason Russell
- Tammy Selwood
- Rhiannon Pell
- Janet Keily
- Luke Eldridge
- Tristan Nevin
You can support the team to open doors and create amazing futures by getting behind them and donating – hit the link below to donate.
Register for Johnno’s Run – have fun, meet new people and help raise funds to support people with disability
Are you up for a challenge?
Register for Johnno’s Run. Online registrations close on Wednesday, 2 August 2023 at 11:59pm. You can still register on the day at the event hub. So, let’s get training and start fundraising for this fun-filled event!
Cris Stevens – Todd, Service Manager for Defined Programs CLRS and his family participate in Johnno’s Run every year. Here is what he had to say about why he participates. “The part I enjoy the most is at the end when the houses are built. Seeing what the money raised has gone towards and seeing firsthand how life-changing it is to the people moving in and their families.”