Dianne Berry

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Why I’m Sweating with Pride

I’m taking on Sweat with Pride this June to raise money for our Rainbow communities! 💦🌈

Our schools, workplaces, and doctors’ offices are still not safe places for many Rainbow New Zealanders and it’s putting lives at risk.

More than half our rainbow whānau have experienced mental illness. One in five of our rainbow rangatahi (youth) have attempted suicide. And life changing STIs like syphilis, mpox and HIV are still far too common. Things need to change.

So, this June I’m fighting discrimination with perspiration, and I've committed to exercising for at least 21 minutes EVERY DAY to raise money to support Rainbow Kiwis.

This cause means a lot to me. I’d be SO GRATEFUL if you could chip in to help me reach my goal. Every dollar I raise will fund life-changing mental, physical and sexual health services for Rainbow New Zealanders.

Thank you sooooo much ❤️

My Impact

So far in this year’s challenge I have…

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Unlocked three counselling sessions for someone struggling with their identity or sexual health.

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I’m sweating for 21 minutes
per day this June!

810 minutes completed
630 minutes goal

My Ranking

I’m #452 out of 4,335 Sweaty Bettys

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Dianne Berry

Raised

$501

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My Team

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Raised so far:

$1,459

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Raised so far:

$501

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Raised so far:

$169

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Raised so far:

$80

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Raised so far:

$420

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Raised so far:

$289

Thank you to my Sponsors

$200

Pete

$68

Anonymous

$50

Steven Berry

$50

Helen Curd-McCullough

Well done - great cause! 🤗

$50

Mel

Keep up the great work Di!

$46

Mally

You go Di!

$30

Mike and Lydia

$7

Eva Jackson-Mellett

I don't know you, but you were my randomly selected Betty (from the recent email) and I wanted to help you reach your goal! Congrats on $500!!! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

Most people donate $50

Please give what you can.

I’d love to hear more from Sweat with Pride