Charlette Bunn is one talented young lady. She’s completed her degree in Law and Arts, and is now working between the fashion, charity and corporate worlds. You may have seen her impeccably dressed in Dries Van Noten and Marni at Precinct, Sheinken or some other inner city café indulging in vegan produce. Next week, however she will be frequenting Ponsonby’s EastWest Bikram Yoga studio to begin her grueling 30 day challenge.
In the hope of raising $5000 for The Hunger Project New Zealand, Charlette will wake up at 5.30am to complete 26 postures in 90 minutes before her usual working day begins. For those of you who have not experienced Bikram Yoga, I can assure you, it truly is tough. Needless to say, it won’t be the most desirable thing to do before the sun rises, but Charlette is determined to raise as much money as possible for education, health care and microfinancing in South Asia, Africa and India.
Imbalances in societies throughout the world are an unfortunate reality. I’m sure that we all hope someday these people will be given equal opportunity and be able to lead harmonious lives like the rest of us. To put those thoughts into action, please support my dear friend Charlette in her humanitarian mission and donate at: https://www.givealittle.co.nz/cause/thechallengeforchange