The women during the time of the prophet lived in a different time than we do. They kneaded their own bread, carried water from wells, even walked outside their houses in secluded areas to relieve themselves. Today our bathrooms are 30 feet away, sometimes closer. Our breads are bought from stores which we drive to and our water flows from the faucet with just a turn of a handle.
Get ready for a day of exciting sports and fitness activities. The Ladies Fitness Extravaganza held at Eden Girls School in Coventry on 21st February, is a unique event created to fund emergency aid to refugees arriving in Greece.
Women and girls from Coventry and surrounding areas will have an opportunity to experience a fitness bootcamp, try out zumba, yoga and tabata, play dodgeball and other games. A brilliant way to drive out the winter blues. Healthy refreshments and food will be available throughout the day. Attendees will also receive a free T-shirt and goodie bag.
The event will help Penny Appeal provide support to those fleeing horrible conditions who are in desperate need of help. Refugees arriving in Europe are determined to escape conflict and build brighter futures for their families. Penny Appeal teams are working on the ground in Greece to distribute vital aid direct to refugees arriving by boat.
By attending this day of fitness and sport, not only will you have a lot of fun and go home feeling energised and refreshed, but you will also help aid workers to continue to provide the hot meals, shelter, clothes and hygiene items that refugees desperately need.
For more information or to register for the event, please contact Alycia at email@example.com or phone 07476934749.