Winston’s Wish, the leading childhood bereavement charity in the UK, is getting in the mood to party thanks to a fantastic fundraising initiative by keep-fit company Louise Fitness.
Imagine all the ingredients for a great night out – dance floor, disco lights and some anthemic club tunes – combined with a serious fitness workout, all in aid of Winston’s Wish.
That’s exactly what will be happening on Thursday 26th November when Louise invites party-goers to join her for a special fundraising Clubfit class with the aim of raising as much money as possible for the charity.
Louise specialises in making fitness fun – and her Clubfit sessions are a great way of burning calories, while also having a good night out with friends. Louise has been a fitness instructor for 15 years and prides herself on giving a warm welcome to newcomers.
The class starts at 7pm and will be held at Chameleon Nightclub (at Horsham Superbowl Centre).
Those taking part can enjoy their evening in the knowledge that they’re helping thousands of children who are bereaved each year. It’s a sad fact that more than 100 children are bereaved of a parent in the UK every day.
“It’s Glowstick-tastic! This is exercise in disguise, so come on and let’s go and have fun in the dark!”
Tickets cost £10 in advance and include ten raffle tickets. The draw will take place after the session and prizes include free entry to Drusilla’s Zoo, four ball golf at Cottesmore Golf Club, vouchers for The Entertainer toy store and a ‘Chicken Cheque’ from Nando’s.
Leigh-Beth Stroud, Community Fundraiser for Winston’s Wish in Sussex, added:
“This is a great evening, not only getting fit, having a laugh with friends but also supporting Winston’s Wish and our vital therapeutic work with bereaved children and families across Sussex”.
Winston’s Wish helps children and young people rebuild their lives after the death of their mum, dad, brother or sister, enabling them to face the future with confidence and hope.
Each year, Winston’s Wish supports over 40,000 bereaved children and young people through an array of dedicated services.Back to news