Monday Motivation – Kiama Bootcamp does Pushups for Charity

I’ve got some important information to share with you today regarding the Monday Motivator and an event Kiama Bootcamp are running this Saturday.

It’s called Push Ups for Charity and it’s a BIG thing.

Push Ups for Charity is an Australia Wide Event where 50 of the leading fitness businesses around the country will spontaneously pump out as many push ups as they can in 90 seconds.

Every dollar raised goes to the Make A Wish Foundation that grant the wishes of critically ill children with life threatening medical conditions. Last year we raised over $200,000 in only 90 seconds. No that is not a typo. This year, we want to smash that and also give the town record of $11,000 a nudge too. Show them what Kiama is made of.

Now if you’re thinking, yeah I’m busy on Saturday or I’m no good at Push Ups or any other reason other than you won’t be in town…

STOP, and think again.

Try some gratitude.

You should be grateful that you have your health.

Be grateful that you live in such a beautiful area like ours.

Things can change in an instant like it has for many of the families who depend on the support from Make A Wish.

I only need 10 minutes of your time on Saturday. I only need you to give your best effort at the Push Ups. Even if you don’t want to do the Push Ups you can still be involved by sponsoring me either 50c or $1 per Push Up. (That’s either $35 or $70 donation which is 100% Tax Deductible.)

It’s just a little bit of effort that makes a big difference to those less fortunate.

“When it comes to life the critical thing is whether you take things for granted or take them with gratitude.” – Gilbert K. Chesterton



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