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Social enterprise meets need in disabled community

Enabling Love is proud to announce that we are launching our services on the 25th January 2018. The launch will be a free event and will include complimentary food, beverages, entertainment and special guests provided. There will be a follow up first speed-dating event. Contact enquiries@enablinglove.nz for more information.

Enabling Love is a social enterprise set up in response to an expressed need by members of the Disability community and is founded by Joshua Perry in 2017, who is currently single, is a real socialite and has lots of support from group of other like- minded individuals who support people with disabilities in Otago.

Members will get a free on-line profile as part of our match-making services however, you have to be open to being friends or dating someone with a disability.

Joshua believes that there was a need to integrate young people 18-35 years all across New Zealand and the world to help people form relationships, friendships and find love. Part of our services are hosting monthly events such as speed- dating, balls, raves, single tours local and overseas where we will make people’s experience accessible and enjoyable, you might even get to meet our CEO Joshua Perry!!!

We can provide individualised services organising special dates as well as big events such as weddings and 21sts.

Events will be marketed via our website www.enablinglove.nz and face book. https://www.facebook.com/EnablingLoveNz/

We are seeking sponsors to help us get this event off the ground as well as ongoing sponsorship for future events and help us form relationships with other businesses and service providers. Our vision is to expand and provide opportunities for all New Zealanders across the country and further offshore.

Joshua Perry CEO

Enabling Love


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