In this 21-day Habit-Maker Challenge, we’ll work with you in our Facebook group, via live Zoom meetings and here at our facility (if you’d like to come in for some exercise sessions - this is optional) to develop and track 8 KEY BEHAVIORS for accelerating your health and fitness success by building supportive habits with simple daily victories.
The goal is to do your best to get your daily victory, for 21 days, in at least 5 of these 8 important categories. The more daily victories you get, the more “points” you earn. And points add up to prizes!
Discover simple ways to eat a little bit less at each meal. No calorie counting or scales needed.
REACH are passionate about keeping families together.
Poverty is multidimensional. To break the cycle, children need access to equal opportunities whilst their families also receive holistic support. Once a family is enrolled at REACH, their students and their guardians have access to everything they offer.
Their goal is long term sustainable change, and they firmly believe that the best way to facilitate this is through local empowerment and collaboration. As such, their programs are all locally run and they carry out their strategies alongside other respected NGOs, local authorities and child protection agencies.
Post-genocide conflict, the Cambodian economy is growing, but sadly, with it grows the socio-economic gap between the rich and the poor. As the minority gets wealthier, the majority of families living in dire poverty are being left behind. These families are living without access to basic human needs and are surviving hand-to-mouth. Furthermore, without proper education, they are succumbing to exploitative inhumane labour, prostitution, and modern-day slavery.
The second charity is UK Harvest, a local charity to us here at Witterings Fitness that are all about nourishing the nation whilst preventing food waste.
UKHarvest is a not-for-profit perishable food rescue operation and education charity, eliminating hunger and food waste by:
They provide much-needed assistance to charities and vulnerable people, by collecting surplus food from all types of food providers, delivering it directly to charities. They help nurture those most food insecure, to live well, age well and to help combat social isolation, through our education on reducing food waste and eating healthily.