Jamai Loman has the Friday afternoon of the four days Marches in Nijmegen too. Thus, he took out more than 10,000 euros for the Win, which he co-founded following his kidney transplant last year.
Loman was the first of the popular walking event. He took a special part in the international four days Marches in order to raise money for his foundation, which is supporting people with their care needs to help you out.
“In four days, the 200-kilometre run for the Win, we just made it! The medal is already hanging around and we have more than 10 000 euros has been raised,” he writes Loman on Instagram.
The TV presenter during the four-day, accompanied by two of his friends, and his brother-in-law, Andy, who have been in the kidney to him extend.
Other CELEBRITIES who, in the four days Marches in Nijmegen count a lot, were, among others, Johan Vlemmix, Dionne Stax and Radio-2-dj-Frank van ‘t Hof.