Charity starts with CJAM

Running marathons, dressing up in silly wigs and rolling around in the mud are just a few of the crazy things CJAM Group team members have done in the name of fundraising. CJAM Group places charity as one of the most important factors in its company’s values.

CJAM runs the Colour 5k for Headway Essex

The CJAM team is gearing up for the messiest race of them all: the Colour 5k. This unique race will see us getting sprayed with colour powder every kilometre until we’re all the colours of the rainbow! We’re doing this in support of our client, Headway Essex, a brilliant charity that cares for people who’ve acquired a brain injury through accidents, assault, illness or disease.

CJAM sponsors Essex-based London Marathon runner in support of the National Deaf Children’s Society

Local marketing agency CJAM Group is sponsoring Witham-based Josh Brand in the 2013 London Marathon. Brand will be running in support of the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS), a charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for young deaf people. The team is delighted to be sponsoring Brand as he undertakes the world famous marathon. He will stand out from the crowd with his colourful new CJAM cap.

Intrepid adventurers attempt ultimate automotive challenge

Two adventurers are driving from Cape Town to London in a Fiat Panda to raise funds for Farm Africa, a charity tackling acute hunger in East Africa. Phil Young and Paul Brace will drive the Panda 1,000 miles a day in what could be considered the ultimate automotive challenge in a reasonably priced car! The city car, equipped with a standard 875cc engine, will make the journey in just ten days. If they succeed, the pair will create a new world record.