My Activity Tracking
My target 160kms
Please sponser me as I, along with my team the Duart Steppers, embark on fundraising to help families in need. Our goal starts small at $500. You can donate as little as $1 with no limit to how high you go. From the 1st to the 21st of September we will be individually hitting 10,000 steps a day minimum.
For me, going over seas to visit my big brother and family, this will look interesting on the plane as I walk up and down the isles to get my steps in! Please sponser this great cause.
Thank you :)
I have joined Red Cross Journey!
Kia ora friends and whanau!
So… believe it or not I have somehow committed myself to a step challenge. Yes! That’s right. I’ll be walking 10,000 steps a day for 21 days in September because of my aroha for New Zealand Red Cross and the amazing things they do.
I need your help!
As you may already know, New Zealand Red Cross are legends – they provide relief to Kiwis affected by disaster, deploy speicalist delegates overseas, and help former refugee families settle here in Aotearoa. So, you can feel super proud about donating $20 to help Red Cross (and help me reach my goal!).
By donating to Red Cross Journey, you will help to make a difference in the community. You will be helping…
- Our disaster response teams support people affected by events such as Christchurch in the March 15 attacks; Nelson during the devastating fires; and Christchurch after that frightening gas explosion just the other week.
- Settle former refugees into life in New Zealand.
- People get Meals on Wheels delivered to their door and taken to medical appointments.
- Our highly-skilled international delegates work in areas of conflict and disaster around the world.
Red Cross does so much in New Zealand and overseas, thanks to people like you.
Not only will I be getting fit (and potentially obsessed with my step count!) during this step challenge, I’ll be learning about the incredible real-life journey of the Wais Family, who were affected by the war in Syria during the early days of the conflict. As the fighting reached the Syrian capital, it was no longer safe for the family. Soad and Mahmoud had no other choice but to flee their beloved country, leaving their whole life and family behind.
Convinced? High five! Simply donate $20 (or more!) because you love me (and New Zealand Red Cross).