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Enabling Love is delighted to announce that we have been given 10 Ground Passes to the ASB Classic for our members. The days to choose from are: Monday 31/12/18, Tuesday 1/1/19, Wednesday 2/1/19 or Week Two: Monday 7/1, Tuesday 8/1 or Wednesday 9/1/19.

Email us at enquiries@enablinglove.nz to secure your place for a ticket, remember first in first served!

We are now up to 163 registered people on our site, and are looking to start 2019 off with a bang!

By the ASB Classic giving Enabling Love the opportunity to do this will give our members a chance to experience something that they wouldn’t usually get to do.

In 2019 we are looking to partner with other festivals and major events so our members have the opportunity to continue to break down barriers when it comes to public mainstream social events.

We want to continue to build a relationship with the ASB Classics over the next few years.

We have also just recently formed a Board of Trustees and we are endeavouring to get Charity status.

More announcements will come in the New Year.

Enabling Love also has a movie night coming up as well as a Christmas Celebration. The Christmas celebration is going to be held on the 6th of December, 6th Floor of H Block at the Otago Polytechnic Development and Personal Wellbeing – the price is $20 a person (includes a full dinner and beverage) and bring your best attire!

We are also looking at developing a mobile application to make our services more accessible for our members, this will be developed over the next 2 years in partnership with the Otago Polytechnic.

We are about to update our branding and will be unveiling our new logo at the beginning of 2019!

Next year we hope to provide new services, also do a North Island Tour, as well as potentially a four day holiday to Queenstown for our members. We realise that we have come a long way, but there is still a lot of work to be done.

For members who are wanting to attend the ASB Classic or new members who want to sign up to take advantage of this offer please go to www.enablinglove.nz


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