Premiere documentary Seeds Of Change
Our documentary Seeds Of Change was premiered on 11 December 2017 in Pathé Tuschinski.
This is the sequel to Rainmakers, the film that received several nominations and even won the Best Documentary Award at the My Hero International Film Festival in Los Angeles. With Seeds Of Change we show the progress we have made in Kenya.
The same evening we also showed the documentary Follow The Wind, in which kiteboarder Jerrie van de Kop traveled from the tropical island of Zanzibar to the snowy peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro. During his trip, Jerrie also visits Justdiggit’s projects to create awareness and to show the impact of our projects.
A 200 km tour for full electric vehicles! This event, organized by Foundation E-rally, promotes electric transport and supports us in our mission to combat climate change.
Every year some of our ambassadors, like Amara Onwuka and Reinier van den Berg, participate in the rally. Since 2014 a total of €160,000 has been raised(!) which all goes to Justdiggit’s projects in Africa!
Curious? Watch the video for a compilation of the 2017 edition.
Supporting Justdiggit can be done in many ways! Team Power organized a squash event on the 21st of January 2017 with Dutch squash champion Robert Jan Anjema and Former European Championship soccer player Marco van Basten.
Participants competed against current champions and legends by donating € 1 per minute. This fun initiative raised almost €2,000,-!
Tour of Nijmegen
Our Justdiggit team cycled the 75 km of the Ronde van Nijmegen (Tour of Nijmegen) at the end of 2014, a beautiful tour for recreational cyclists.
Justdiggit did this together with ambassador Floortje Dessing, cyclist Theo de Rooij and other Justdiggit supporters. From each enrollment, the Tour donated 2 euros to Justdiggit and thereby we raised nearly €10,000 during this tour!
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