UNICEF Cycle for Kids Cambodia Fundraiser, Keeping Kids in Families
Dancing Warrior Yoga presents Vinyasa, Vino and Vinyl. Dust off your lycra, start practicing your best 80's aerobic moves and bring your best vinyl records. Wear: your Lycra tights, fluro headband, mankini, anything colourful and 80s in the back of your wardrobe!
Bring: a plate of food to share, your favourite 80's vinyl and your fabulous dance moves.
* Enjoy a special kind of yoga class with an 80’s twist. Stretch out your slinky yoga moves with yoga master Mathew Bergan!
* Then unwind with a glass of vino, a delicious supper and some seriously dance-able 80s vinyl.
* Dance floor prizes to be won!
All proceeds to support the travel costs of Gabe Bonney to get to Cambodia to complete the UNICEF Cycle For Kids 2015 challenge. Challenge: Cycling 400kms across Cambodia to raise money for UNICEF’s ‘Keeping Children in Families’ program. A massive number of children are separated from their families in Cambodia and end up in illegal orphanages or living on the streets, being abused, neglected and trafficked. This UNICEF program reunites children with their families, provides financial support to ensure children can go to school and live at home, provides training to social workers so they can support children who have suffered trauma or exploitation, and much more. Why this project is important to Gabe: It's really important to me to be a role model for my son and show him that it's our responsibility as global citizens to think and act beyond our own privileged lives to make a difference in the world, especially to those who most need it. I’ve supported the work of UNICEF for many years – they do incredible work around the world for children who most need it, keeping them safe, healthy, educated and fed as much as possible. However demand always outweighs supply, and UNICEF needs funds all the time. I have raised almost $5,000 that goes directly to UNICEF for this project. I'm now fundraising to get myself to Cambodia to complete the challenge by riding 400 kms across the country from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh.
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