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Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids

by Friendship Society - A & V Rhythmic Club
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Sponsor Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet for London kids
Commonwealth Rhythmic Gymnastics overall winners.
Commonwealth Rhythmic Gymnastics overall winners.

Marfa Ekimova made history for England by winning their first ever gold medal in the rhythmic gymnastics individual all-around final at the Commonwealth Games, scoring 112.300 overall.

A & V Rhythmic Club is a place where Marfa fell in love with Rhythmic gymnastics and reached National Level. 

Club is very proud to see Marfa making a history with the current coaches.

Marfa greatest wish was to inspire kids in the crowd, to do rhythmic gymnastics and make this sport to carry on through the generations.

It is an amazing news, however without rhythmic carpet it  is not possible to bring sport to more kids and inspire more kids to take up rhythmic gymnastics.

A & V Club needs more funding to help more kids to fell in love with rhythmic gymnastics!

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Nearly 4 million people have now fled the war in Ukraine, the biggest refugee crisis in Europe since the Second World War. We are determine to do everything in our power to give the refugees the warmest welcome. Children who used to attend rhythmic gymnastics classes in Ukraine are welcome to carry on attending rhythmic gymnastics classes in A & V Rhythmic club  free.

Sport seems trivial in times of tragedy. The small thing as to be able to carry on to practice their favouriet sport can help children to heal  and forget  horrows fo war and traumas that they have endured. Sport helps children to cope and make social connections.

However the free training is a sheer goodwill and affinity, it can be easily overhelmed by the large number of refugees.

In this extraordinary time we welcome any support towards the Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpet project for A & V Rhythmic Club.

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A & V Rhythmic club is focusing on inspirational, sustainable and transformative solutions that tackle inequality, poor health and social media challenges facing the young girls.  This club works very hard to reduce social isolation, provide education and training of rhythmic gymnastics to under represented groups of Eastern European Migrant families, provide opportunity for girls to be the best. Club gives hope of achieving something for the young girls, to help them to keep moving purposefully through life and become better citizens for a better society.

Squad girls attended two National Open Championships, two groups (Espoir group and Junior group) won bronze medals.

Small victories gives girls  goals, provide a sense of purpose and direction. Funds donated to this project  will allow club to purchase one more rhythmic gymnastics carpet and giving opportunity to more girls experiancing rhythmic gymnastics classes.

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Children's activity levels have plunged since the pandemic - with one in three doing less than half an hour's exercise a day. The system of  "bubbles" in school has killed off a lot of competative sport, and even seen sports days axed. 

In total, 2,3 million children fell into the least active category, a rise of more than 200,000 on the privious year.

Fitness experts have called for greater access to sports facilities this  summer, in a bid to boost activity levels and tackle Britain's obesity crisis. Last month, Dame Rachel de Souza, the Children's Commissioner for England, called for  a "summer of fun" - urging schools to throw open their doors so that children could embrace sport.

Tim Holiingsworth, Sport England's chief executive, said "The pandemic has caused widespread disruption to the activity habits of our children and young people.

A & V Rhythmic Club plays a significant role in helping  children to play sport - rhythmic gymnastics, and to be active. 

Rhythmic Gymnastics Carpets are a necessity for children fitness and chances to try rhythmic gymnastics.

The situation could have been even worse if not for a "monumental effort" by parents trying to keep children playing sport.

As we return to some sort of normality, children and young people must be at the front of our thinking.

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January 2021 NATIONAL LOCKDOWN BEGINS AGAIN Boris Johnson announces a third national lockdown for England with schools shut to most students and people urged to stay at home to prevent the NHS being overwhelmed by surging coronavirus infections.

The number of Covid deaths registered in the UK tops 100,000. The UK is the fifth country to pass the tragic milestone, after the US, India, Brazil and Mexico.

All gymnastics training has been moved on-line. Coaches have done their best to keep children engaged and carry on gymnastics training in this diffiuclt time. 

Our charity has shown "how willing we are to adapt, and think quickly and be creative" to stay strong, stay motivated and always support our gymnasts, who depends on us.

The lockdown is damaging business and ultimately that is damaging all of our lives. The damage it's doing to our health, our wellbeing, our mental health disapropriationally affects the most vulnerable the least able to cope  within our society.

There were no donations to the project "Sponsor  Rhythmic Gymanstics  Carpet for london kids" as  many families had financial struggles through the pandemic. 

Our charity's aim was to help the community through the pandemic and we believe we made it!

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Friendship Society - A & V Rhythmic Club

Location: Erith - United Kingdom
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Galina Clark
Erith, United Kingdom
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