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  • A pie in the face means a big check in the hands of Go Jim Go thanks to Bolton High School

    ARLINGTON, Tenn. — Students at Brunswick High School were ready to pay big money for the chance to throw a pie at the face of one of their school administrators. That prospect was so tempting, they raised more than $2,200 for Go Jim Go and Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. We don’t have video of the pie in the face payoff, but we do get to hear how proud the students are of what they were able to do for Le […]

  • The Little Porky's crew in Covington provides lunch for Go Jim Go.

    Go Jim Go enjoys barbecue for lunch

    COVINGTON, Tenn. — The Go Jim Go crew enjoyed lunch on Thursday at Little Porky’s Barbecue in Covington. Thanks guys!  It was delicious!

  • “Hats and Shorts Day” raises big money for Go Jim Go

    BRIGHTON, Tenn. — Hats and shorts are something every Mid-South school kid gets to wear to class on a daily basis. At Brighton Middle School in Tipton County, administrators allowed students to wear hats and shorts if they made a donation to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital through Go Jim Go. Check out the video to see how much they raised! You can make your own donation to Le Bonheur right now online.

  • Brighton High scores big for Go Jim Go

    BRIGHTON, Tenn. — Students from Brighton High School packed into the gym Thursday morning as Go Jim Go’s 2014 ride rolled onto campus. They’ve held fundraisers of all kinds over the past few weeks and they raised more than $1,000 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Way to go Cardinals! Don’t leave it up to the students.  Donate now online.

  • Munford High School’s Key Club leads the way for Go Jim Go

    MUNFORD, Tenn. — The Key Club at Munford High School took the lead on Go Jim Go fundraising. They did all kinds of things to get donations, including a talent show judged by Jim Jaggers. All that work totaled up to more than $1,000 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. You can help too.  Donate now online.

  • Millington Central High School gives its heart to Go Jim Go

    MILLINGTON, Tenn. — Go Jim Go stopped by Millington Central High School this morning to collect a check for the kids of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The students sold hearts for a dollar each to raise money.  They raised more than $800 through their project. You can help too.  Donate online now!

  • Customers at Homer Skelton Ford Millington help out Go Jim Go

    MILLINGTON, Tenn. — Customers have been donating to Go Jim Go for weeks at Homer Skelton Ford Millington. That’s where Day 2 of the Go Jim Go 2014 ride began on Thursday morning. All those coins have added up to more than $300. One of their team members told Jim a great story about the difference Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital is making in the lives of many Mid-South families, including his.

  • Autonation Ford makes a big donation to Go Jim Go

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Go Jim Go team really appreciate the material and financial support our sponsors give to each year’s ride. On Wednesday, the folks at Autonation Ford on U.S. 64 proved again how much they care about the patients and staff at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. They made a $2,500 donation to Go Jim Go’s 2014 campaign. You can help too.  Go to http://www.gojimgo3.com and donate now!

  • Bikes Plus keeps Go Jim Go rolling down the road

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — It takes a lot of people to make Go Jim Go happen every fall. You could make an argument that none of their work would matter if it wasn’t for Karen Malagorski. Karen is an avid biker and owner of Bikes Plus, the official bicycle and maintenance provider for Go Jim Go.  Karen rides behind the Go Jim Go riders and helps then with on the road repairs. Jim did his day 1 recap from Bikes Plus […]

  • Chicken night feathers the nest of Go Jim Go at Saint Louis School

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Students at Saint Louis School used a chicken night to raise money for Go Jim Go. There must be some chicken lovers there, because it raised $500. The Go Jim Go team visited the school in East Memphis for their last school stop on Wednesday’s first day of this year’s ride.  

  • St. Agnes Academy makes beautiful music for Go Jim Go

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The choir at St. Agnes Academy raised its entire Go Jim Go donation in a single night at its Voices of St. Agnes competition. That effort raised $1,050… an amazing total for a single night’s effort! The Go Jim Go team accepted the check during their stop Wednesday on the first day of this year’s 333 miles bike tour to benefit Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.

  • Coins collected during lunch add up to a big donation from White Station Middle

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — White Station Middle School asked student to donate leftover coins during their lunch hour. All those pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters added up to a $2,000 donation for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital as a part of Go Jim Go. As our video shows, the students there were very enthusiastic when our team stopped by Wednesday on the first day of Go Jim Go.

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