Cure Kids Golf Open

All the teams ready for the Cure Kids Golf Open

All the teams ready for the Cure Kids Golf Open

All Secure Self Storage Management Team put together a Golf Team for the The Hills Cure Kids Open. Our Team was captained by Mike Chan (Accountant) with Keith Edwards (CEO), Peter James (CHRO) and Hamish Edwards (COO).

The weekend start with 18 holes warm up at the lovely Arrow Town Golf Course, followed by two Rounds of hard Golf around the amazing Hills Golf Course!! and to be honest the views along were better than the Golf being played. It was an incredible honour to be part of this and was topped by playing a hole with All Black Conrad Smith and then have a surprise visit from Sir Michael Hill who talked us through a hole and also helped find Keith’s ball in the rough.

The open helped raise a massive $90,000 for child health research and for that we are very grateful to be part of this and also to meet 2 of the young and very inspirational Ambassadors that have been helped and supported so much by Cure Kids.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all

The All Secure Team

The All Secure Team with Curekids CEO Vicki, Curekids Ambassador Tobias and All Black Conrad Smith

The All Secure Team with Curekids CEO Vicki, Curekids Ambassador Tobias and All Black Conrad Smith

The All Secure team was very lucky to have the honour of playing a hole with guidance from Sir Michael Hill

The All Secure team was very lucky to have the honour of playing a hole with guidance from Sir Michael Hill

 

Cure Kids Bootcamp – The Final Countdown

The Final week of Boot camp has come and what an experience for our 2 managers Ellie Milo and Hamish Edwards!! they have enjoyed their time whether it was wet cold or pure pain!! and their efforts have all gone to support and raise funds to help Cure Kids!! Please get behind the cause one last time and help Cure Kids

Hamish – https://curekidsbootcamp.everydayhero.com/nz/hamish
Ellie – https://curekidsbootcamp.everydayhero.com/nz/ellie

Cure Kids Boot Camp

Cure Kids Boot Camp

Hamish has also continued on with half the orignal group to continue this intense training! so if you see him and he looks tired that’s why!

Boot Camp – Week 3

Another hard Week done and dusted with a killer Abs sessions, intense shuttle runs mixed with cruelling lunges and squats polished of with  some distance running!! The pain this pair are going through is nothing compared to the families of the Kids! 5 weeks to go  so get behind our 2 managers Ellie Milo and Hamish Edwards with their efforts and support and fund raise money to help Cure Kids!

Hamish – https://curekidsbootcamp.everydayhero.com/nz/hamish
Ellie – https://curekidsbootcamp.everydayhero.com/nz/ellie

All Secure Self Storage and Curekids

No Pain No Gain – Support Cure Kids

Harlem Morrell – Kennedy Park Weekend

All Secure Self Storage recently was lucky enough to be able to give a weekend away to a Curekids Ambassador  and his family. Harlem, his grandmother and siblings were so very excited about this trip and it is a rarity for him and his family to spend this kind of time together.

“Napier was so much fun, all my grandkids had the best time. I would like to thank you for giving us the opportunity to stay there and do the fun things we did..below are a few photos of somethings we did..The last photo is of Harlem thanking David, the Manager  of the kennedy park  for having us.”

This is Harlem’s story:

Harlem was only seven months old when he was admitted to hospital with breathing problems. This began two years of hospital admissions, during which he was diagnosed with asthma, eczema and had an operation to treat his reflux.

Harlem also has Eosinophilic Colitis, which affects his digestive system and a weakened immune system. He now has regular intravenous immunoglobulin therapy to help him keep well.

He also lives with TTP, which is a decrease of platelets in his blood and requires fresh frozen plasma transfusions every three to five months.

In 2010, Harlem was diagnosed with bronchiectasis and under guidance from his nan, Harlem now manages to do most of his own care, looking after his daily breathing physiotherapy and taking his medication.

Harlem has lived in Napier with his nan and pop since he was a baby. He has four younger sisters and a brother who live with his mum and dad. The family gets together during school holidays.

 

Harlem playing Laser Strike with the family

Harlem playing Laser Strike with the family

Harlem thanking the Kennedy Park Manager

Harlem thanking the Kennedy Park Manager

TOGETHER WE CAN CURE KIDS