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Step Up Rehab owner to raise money for Rushcliffe food bank by doing 2,400 burpees

Step Up Rehab will be doing 2,400 Burpees in 24 days for Sewa Day Nottingham who are raising money to provide for Rushcliffe Food Bank.

Shivani Soni, owner of StepUp Rehab, a newly-launched West Bridgford-based physiotherapy practice has decided to raise money for the food bank by doing 2,400 burpees in 24 days.

 

The food bank is keen on avoiding waste and redistributes items to avoid having to throw away food.

A simple box of food makes a big difference, with food banks helping prevent housing loss, family breakdown and mental health problems

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Sewa Day has been raising money for charities since the start of the pandemic – people were shocked to learn a year ago that a food bank was needed in Rushcliffe.

We all wish it wasn’t needed but it shows that the cost of living crisis is hitting everyone.

Sewa Day do an amazing job in our local community.

To support Shivani you can donate here: https://justgiving.com/crowdfunding/stepuprehab


More about Sewa Day 

•  Sewa Day helps set up Rushcliffe’s first Food Bank

•  Call for local residents and businesses to help Christmas 2022 charity shoebox appeal


 

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