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Guardian Group lends support to Keep it Moving Sundays

Michael Phillips (centre) of Phillips Promotions receives a cheque from  Ayesha Boucaud-Claxton (right), Senior Manager, Group Corporate Communications and Kele Ransome, Corporate Communication Officer- CSR & Event of Guardian Group.
Michael Phillips (centre) of Phillips Promotions receives a cheque from Ayesha Boucaud-Claxton (right), Senior Manager, Group Corporate Communications and Kele Ransome, Corporate Communication Officer- CSR & Event of Guardian Group.

GUARDIAN GROUP, for the second year, has partnered with Phillips Promotions for the Keep it Moving Family and Fitness Sundays.

Keep it Moving is a community wellness and physical activity programme that utilises a closed-off section between Sierra Leone Road and Wendy Fitzwilliam Boulevard of the Diego Martin Highway every Sunday from 6-9 am.

Participation is on average 450 persons which includes men, women and children of all ages and backgrounds, mainly from Diego Martin and environs.

“The support of Health and Wellness initiatives is one of our core CSR pillars here at Guardian Group, as we continue to partner with socially sustainable programmes,” said Ayesha Boucaud-Claxton, senior manager, Group Corporate Communications.

“It is our belief that programmes such as the Keep it Moving Family and Fitness Sundays, with a heavy focus on exercise and well-being, assist in the reduction of non-communicable diseases in Trinidad and Tobago,” she added.

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