1000 Man March donates to YMCA

Phil Jackson, organizer of the 1000 Man March, hands a $500 donation to the YMCA’s CEO Greg Smith, center right, as Y campers look on.

Mr. Jackson said the 1000 Man March Outreach, a faith-based Christian organization for men of all ages, shares the Y’s ‘goal of developing and building character in our youth.’ The money was raised through the 1000 Man March’s annual Father’s Day walk/run.

Source: Cayman Compass

2015 Year in Review

2015 Year in Review

The organizers of the 1000 Man March outreach are pleased to present the activities of the year 2015.

Download the 1000 Man March Year in Review 2015 as a PDF

Blood Drive

Over 12 men donated blood to the blood bank at the H.S.A.

Iron Sharpens Iron Conference

We held our signature event on March 28, which featured 5 overseas speakers. Over 100 men attended and the feedback was very encouraging.


In June, we sponsored a young Caymanian, Shamal Williams to attend the Lifeway Men’s Conference in Nashville Tennessee.

Fathers Day 5K Walk/Run

The fourth annual Father’s Day Walk/Run was sponsored by Saxon. Over 50 walkers and runner participated.

Men’s Study Group

During the month of October we facilitated a weekly small group fellowship.



Thank you to our sponsors throughout 2015.


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Men step up and donate blood

Members of the 1000 Man March organization are proud of their commitment.
Members of the 1000 Man March organization are proud of their commitment.

Members of the 1000 Man March outreach organization have stepped up to the challenge to donate blood.

As part of the organization’s community service initiative, 12 members recently donated blood in response to an appeal by the Health Services Authority.

“We heard about the appeal for donors … and we decided to step up to the challenge,” said Phil Jackson, past president of the organization.

According to Mr. Jackson, two of the group’s youngest members, Reuben Powell, 19, and Jon Michael Rankin, 20, were among those who participated.

Mr. Rankin said the media often reports the negative things young men do, but there are also some who want to have a positive impact in their community.

“We are a Christian men’s organization and believe Jesus gave his blood for us, so we took this as a great opportunity to give back and have a direct impact on someone’s life,” he said.

“We hope this will encourage other organizations and challenge men to donate something that is free but could help save lives.”

The 1000 Man March organization describes itself as a non-denominational kingdom-building group of men, started in 2010 to mentor and inspire young men by changing their mind-set in order to strengthen families and marriages, and for men to play an active role in their families and community.


As published in the Cayman Compass