A team of Masters students from the University of Bath School of Management are hosting a free virtual week of exercise classes followed by a raffle in order to fundraise for the NSPCC and raise awareness around the issues associated with child abuse here in the U.K.
The free exercise classes will take place during the week of the 2nd to the 9th of August and include yoga, dance, and self-defense. To encourage donations, a raffle will be available to those who have signed-up and donated to the NSPCC. All donations go straight to the NSPCC in order to support their services without any complications. Prizes from the raffle include luxury soaps, gift vouchers to retailers, as well as a gift voucher to the Cosy Club, Bath.
Promoting the event on social media as #Workout2Helpout, the team have already gathered a good following of students as well as Yoga influencers local to Bath to help promote their event.
A team member from #workout2helpout commented “we chose exercise as the theme of the event because we wanted to promote NSPCC’s campaign called childhood day where children and adult come together to play sports to raise awareness about abuse. It’s surprising how prevalent abuse is in the UK but with little awareness.”
For more information on the event or NSPCC, check out the teams Instagram: @Workout2helpout or their Facebook: @childhooddayuk.
To make any size donation, visit their website.