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Maintaining connection and wellbeing in Term 2 | Letter from our CEO

By April 20, 2020 General

April 2020

Dear KB families,
The introduction of social distancing laws to combat COVID-19 has severely impacted our capacity to support the needs of young people, particularly the most vulnerable. 80% of our revenue comes from our well-being and inclusion programs that focus on reducing the risks associated with mental health.
Maintaining connection is important as social isolation can be harmful to both mental and physical health.
So this coming term, we are offering a 50% discount on our after school online dance programs so we can continue to support our community. When you register online, you’ll also help us to keep going during this difficult time.
We will be releasing Term 2’s timetable on Wednesday along with the link to register for classes.
I want to end by encouraging you to hang in there – it’s been tough, but we will get through this together.
On behalf of myself and the Kulture Break team, we wish you a happy and safe Easter Break.

Francis Owusu
Chief Executive Officer
Kulture Break

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