MOVE the new voice of Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria
Arthritis & Osteoporosis Victoria (AOV) is our first official partner in the community engagement initiative at Peninsula Hot Springs which was commenced in July last year.
Last month AOV announced that they changed their name and brand to MOVE muscle bone & joint health. Their purpose remains the same – to improve the quality of life for people who have, or are at risk of developing muscle bone and joint conditions by providing;
* A connected ‘voice’ for muscle, bone and joint health
* Supported solutions
* A trusted source of expert knowledge
The organisation is no longer limited by geographical boundaries and is able to provide assistance to people with the muscle bone and joint conditions of all ages from children to seniors, as well as supporting their stakeholders in the community across Australia.
Did you know that muscle, bone and joint conditions;
* affect one in three Australians,
* are the largest single cost category in Australian hospitals, and
* are the leading cause of disability for people in this country
The team at Peninsula Hot Springs is pleased to keep working with MOVE and providing support in realising their mission. We will be undertaking programs and campaigns to raise funds and awareness for MOVE within our community.
As a part of this initiative we are delighted to present a luxurious ‘Mornington Peninsula Getaway’ prize as a part of MOVE’s upcoming raffle which will launch on 18th July.
The package will include a pampering spa treatment and bathing in the Spa Dreaming Centre at Peninsula Hot Springs. A relaxing overnight stay at Lakeside Villas in Dromana, including a tasting discovery at family owned winery Crittenden Estate. The winner will enjoy a dining experience at award winning restaurant Max’s at Red Hill Estate.
Tickets for the raffle are $2, and you will go in the draw to have the chance to win a variety of incredible prizes whilst supporting a great charity. All proceeds from the raffle will go towards helping to improve the lives of 1.5 million Victorians with muscle, bone and joint conditions.