The latest news from Community Health Stores
Community Health Stores are thrilled to be backing the 2019 Brave Thinkers Programme. As part of New Zealand Business Week we mentor eight students to help them become Brave Business leaders. The students start with a commercial idea, form a virtual company, and make decisions about marketing, personnel and production, in order to develop and grow a successful business. The week has a strong emphasis on personal development — confidence, leadership, team work — and helps the students develop new skills and learn about business from people who are out there doing it.
Find out more at www.thebravethinkers.com.
CHS Tonic Health Stores donned their gumboots in April to support Mike King’s “I Am Hope Gumboot Friday”. Thanks to all of the customers who showed
their support, either by wearing gumboots themselves
or donating to this special cause. Tonic Health’s
Derek Hill said “We are pleased to be making a contribution to a well-needed service for the youth affected in our local communities.” Show your
support through www.iamhope.org.nz.
CHS Tonic Health stores are proud to be a sponsor of the Police Managers’ Guild Trust. The Trust produces and distributes an annual journal to local communities, and their focus is to help educate people on topics including: Drug and Alcohol awareness; Family Violence; Safer Communities; Better Parenting; Crime Prevention and Child Safety. PMGT says, “Thank you. Your support goes
a long way in getting crime prevention education out
to the community — keep up the awesome work!”
You can read more about the trust or read the latest journal at www.pmgt.org.nz.
CHS store Tonic Health are proud to be backing this year’s Special Children’s Christmas parties. This special event treats children in need to a day of celebrity stage shows, fun rides, interactive games, plenty of yummy food and face painting. Find out how you can get involved go at www.sccpnz.co.nz.