Industry Quality Award 2013
We are very excited to announce that SHARE has met the criteria to receive a Health & Fitness Industry Quality Award for 2013.
These Awards have been designed to recognise and promote excellence in the fitness industry.
ENROL NOW for Term 3 & 4 2015
SHARE is a not-for-profit organisation that has been providing affordable exercise and health education programs to the community for more than 29 years.
We coordinate courses all through the south east and central areas of Sydney. Our head office is located within the St George District.
Enrolments for 2015 SHARE classes have now opened! Contact the SHARE head office now to receive your enrolment package or take advantage of a free trial class.
National Nutrition Week
11-17 October 2015
This year’s theme is ‘Pick Right, Feel Bright!’ encouraging Australian’s to eat more fruit and vegetables.
Did you know? 94% of Australians don’t eat enough fruit and vegetables.
Nutrition Australia is challenging you to ‘Try for 5′ serves of vegetables each day throughout National Nutrition Week.
Register to take the ‘Try for 5′ challenge to receive regular tips, recipes and inspiring ways to help you Pick Right, Feel Bright!
To take the challenge and for more information visit: http://www.nutritionaustralia.org/national/national-nutrition-week
Australian Health & Fitness Industry Awards
The President Barbara Ward “COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY HEALTH & VOLUNTEERISM AWARD 2014”
Today, SHARE SMR Inc, of Carlton NSW received a SILVER Quality Award from Fitness Australia for its proven ability to provide quality service across its business.
Fitness Australia’s Health and Fitness Industry Quality Awards promote and celebrate industry excellence and the work the fitness industry does in helping Australians to get and stay fit and healthy.
The SILVER Quality Award is granted to a fitness business that has achieved quality in customer service, programs, people, safety and business management.
With the Minister The Hon. Victor Dominello MP in Parliament House
(Minister for Citizenship and Communities, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, Assistant Minister for Education)
CONGRATULATIONS TO PRESIDENT
Barbara Ward, Managing Director of the San Foundation was awarded with a Certificate of Appreciation for her volunteer contributions in the community on Wednesday 21 May 2014. This was part of the 25th anniversary of National Volunteer Week which was launched to recognise the contribution of volunteers in NSW.
Apart from a very demanding day job Barbara has generously given up her time to “do good” in the community for the past 21 years. This has included helping homeless people, cooking for older people in our community, overseas aid, teaching Sunday school and scriptures at Gordon East Primary school, helping individuals in need or simply fundraising for worthy causes. Barbara also sits on a number of Charity/Not-For-Profit Boards where she uses her skills to help these worthy causes raise their profile and funds whilst turning these organisations into sustainable and viable businesses.
In accepting her award Barbara said she was humbled. “I am passionate about our community and the people who are not so fortunate – a small act of kindness goes a long way sometimes. I don’t do it for recognition or money I just love making people happy – it’s a privilege”
The celebration was attended by 200 guests along with a number of Members of Parliament. National Volunteer Week is a chance for the community to celebrate the powerful contribution that volunteers make to our lives. Minister for Citizenship and Communities Victor Dominello said the Government’s $30,000 contribution to the award fund is recognition of the importance of volunteering in NSW.
“This year our State’s $2 million plus volunteers will make a contribution worth an estimated $5 billion to our economy. Volunteers are the lifeblood of so many facets of our society, including aged care, emergency services, environmental management, healthcare, sport and tourism – all of which simply could not operate effectively without them.”