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HOW IT ALL BEGAN

HOW IT ALL BEGAN

We have all heard the alarming statistics of domestic violence, not only in Australia but all over the world.Most of us either know someone or are victims of domestic violence ourselves.One man, from the small suburb of Epping in Victoria Australia, had a vision to help change all this. Jose (J) Perez, owner of JG3 customs, a passionate, humble and caring family man and custom car creator wanted to build an ambulance that represented hope for families and victims who are suffering at the hand of domestic violence in their own homes.
J, his brother Vic, son Josh in the ‘Ambulance of Hope’, will drive over 2,500km accross rural Australia visiting many communities and raise much needed awareness and funds for ‘White Ribbon’ and the prevention of domestic violence.Director & Producer Natasha Ferré-Bentley from 3 Sides Media & Productions got wind of this incredible story of compassion and hope and is now creating a feature documentary to be seen on TV screens around the world, ‘The Hot Lap for Hope’, so that the message will keep on spreading far and wide.
And so the story begins.

THE STORY SO FAR…

The adventure will begin in the tiny workshop of JG3 in Epping, where Jay, his family, crew and the many fans and volunteers will be working on tirelessly to get the ‘Ambo’ up and going in ONLY 2 weeks. With a whole lot of hope, determination and skill, they will get her on the road and hopefully make their way from Victoria to remote rural towns in Australia where people may not have the same opportunities and access to ‘White Ribbon’ and the amazing work that they do. Here Jay, his brother Vic and son Josh will bring much heartfelt awareness for ‘domestic violence’ with their fully reconstructed and decked out ambulance. The ambulance will not only be an entertaining spectacular itself coming fully equipped with lounge chairs, kitchen and laser light show but also be a safe space for women and men to be in and talk about domestic violence. To add to the attraction, Josh a professional Latin dancer will also putting on a performance of a lifetime at each stop with his own spectacular live show, again to raise awareness for this cause.

How The Funds Will Be Used

Many of you want to be a part of this movement to raise awareness and now is your chance. With the making of a feature documentary of Jay’s adventures through the Australian outback, the risks that he will be taking (All in the name of supporting ‘White Ribbon’ and awareness and support for victims of domestic violence) there will be many costs involved. So we need you to dig deep and donate today to get the show on the road.100% OF YOUR DONATIONS WILL GO TOWARDS BUILDING ‘THE AMBULANCE OF HOPE’, CREATING THIS DOCUMENTARY AND RAISING AWARENESS AND FUNDING TO WHITE RIBBON. Not only will you be supporting this epic adventure but you will also be become an executive producer on a feature documentary, which will also be distributed to TV’ networks all over the world (the NETFLIX, AMAZON ect), bringing more awareness to support those in need.

The Challenges

We can’t do this without your support.
Our biggest challenge will not be getting enough funding to not only create the Ambulance, make the road trip but to make the documentary so we can keep this message going for decades. Pledging and donating funds will see the ‘Ambulance of Hope’ make its epic voyage across thousands of kilometers and capture all of the adventures along the way in the feature documentary. Without your support, we can not get our message across and reach people far and wide, raising critical awareness about domestic violence.

Please donate generously.

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Jose (J) Perez, owner of JG3 customs, a passionate, humble and caring family man and custom car creator wanted to build an ambulance that represented hope for families and victims who are suffering at the hand of domestic violence in their own homes.

Red Centre Nats Show Sep 1st - 3rd

‘Ambulance of Hope’ will land in the Australian Red Centre, Alice Springs to one of the biggest car meets in the southern hemisphere ‘The Red Centrenats’ 2017.

From Epping to Red Centre Nats - Alice Springs

J, his brother Vic, son Josh in the ‘Ambulance of Hope’, will drive over 2,500km across rural Australia visiting many communities and raise much needed awareness and funds for ‘White Ribbon’ and the prevention of domestic violence.

Domestic Violence Awareness

His campaign “Mate that’s not acceptable behavior , say No To Domestic Violence” is all about Prevention.

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