On Saturday, 3rd February we hosted our first Wellness Day of the year and had a amazing turnout. Unfortunately the weather didn’t play its part and we had to do the fitness assessments inside the office.
We wish to thank everyone who donated towards the Christmas boxes for 2017. We were able to fill 100 buckets and would not have been able to do it without your support.
If you would like to donate to the Malvern Child Youth Care Centre please contact Lee Jarrett on email@example.com
Holah is short for House of Love and Hope, which perfectly describes the baby home. This home is filled with love and hope for babies that have either been abandoned, orphaned, given up for adoption or removed from their parents care.
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Widows Sons South Africa, East Coast Chapter, of which Mark Louch is a member, have started a new initiative, Bikers United for the Blind (sanctioned by the KZN Motercycle Federation). Through this initiative they are able to make a difference in someone’s life by raising funds to sponsor a guide dog for a blind person with “The South African Guide-Dogs Association”.
NMM’s relationship with Trinity Chapel Durban began many years ago with Mark Louch’s mother, who assisted the church with a ladies support group. The family have continued helping the church out of tradition and in memory of her.
Upon our return to the office in the New Year we were a bit in the dark about how Discovery Vitality and Momentum Multiply were going to run their fitness assessments. We thought we knew the system but then the system changed. We were concerned about how this was going to affect our clients and the Wellness Days that we host at our office.