21 days ago

Supporting Homeless Women in our Community

Felicia from Pakuranga

DEAR COMMUNITY, IF YOU CARE ABOUT HOMELESS PEOPLE PLEASE READ THIS MSG 😍

I just started with a fitness and well-being project for homeless women in Auckland.
For the past few weeks I start working with Auckland City Mission that covers the CBD area only and now I'm trying to find out if there is an organisation that looks after the the homeless people here locally, in our community.

I own LIONESS - The Gym for Women in Highland Park and we are about to open another studio branch in Pakuranga for our members, and I would like to offer some complimentary fitness and well-being services to the local homeless women and perhaps also to affiliate with other local businesses and we can do something together ♥️

Can you please email me at info@lionessgym.co.nz if you know of any organisation that is looking after the east/south homeless people

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Fitness Boot Camp

Spark Nutrition Health And Wellbeing.

Fitness Boot Camp has now commenced
Located at 288 Whitford Rd Howick

30 minute Sessions conducted on Tuesday and Thursday mornings 10:30 am
Each Boot Camp runs for a duration of 4 weeks and costs $85.00.

Uses functional movement and Focuses on improving
- Core Strength
- Aerobic conditioning, H.I.I.T Circuits
- Improved Mobility, Stability
- Improved Agility, Coordination, Balance
- Facilitate weight loss and improve athletic performance.

Boot camp costs $85.00 as a single payment.
The starting date for a particular time slot may be postponed if a minimum number of participants is not reached.

Book your space MOB Sean: 020 4143 1120
DM for a Registration form to reserve your place.

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14 hours ago

It was kinda a pay-it forward kinda thing…

AMI Insurance

When Sharlene Clements heard thieves had stolen a car belonging to Denise Pearson and her son Reuben, who lives with cerebral palsy, Sharlene jumped straight to their aid. She immediately offered them a wheelchair-modified van that had been given to her business in a life-changing act of kindness.

Read the full article.
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