First, many thanks to all who have made financial contributions to PK Move’s Pop-Up Playground! We are thrilled to say we are very close to reaching our goal of $5000 for the Community Matching Fund Grant! We must close this deal in just two more weeks, so we are reaching out one more time for your support!
That’s right, only $960 needed! SO CLOSE!!
How can you help?
1. Make a direct tax-deductible donation using credit card or PayPal.
2. Write a tax-deductible check to PK Move and send it to PK Move, 805 N. Overlook Dr., Alexandria, VA 22305
3. Come by St. Elmo’s on June 1st between 6 – 8pm for Del Ray’s Wellness First Thursday! We will have an obstacle course and raffle available with GREAT prizes from our amazing wellness community, including Ease Yoga Café and Truly-Life.
4. Purchase a $30 Pop-Up t-shirt from us! Featuring the art work of Ivan Alkhovskiy, these shirts are hip and show your commitment to accessible play structures and movement education for all!
Please call contact us directly at info@pkmove,org or 703-216-0051 if you need more info!
Stocking up the bathroom supplies resulted in a toilet paper balance challenge. At PKMove,
we believe the joy of movement (pun intended) should be inherent to daily living. How many rolls can you walk with balanced on your head? Don’t forget to hashtag #toiletpaperbalancechallenge and please follow us on Instagram @pkmove for more photos of our activities!
PK Move had a photo shoot today with Altabs Photography. We are preparing for the parkour art exhibit which will be at St. Elmo’s Coffee Pub from August 15th through September 5th. The exhibit, part of PK Move’s Kick-Off Party and fundraising event, features parkour movement and balances by PK Move students, friends, and coaches. It is meant to demonstrate our class activities and highlight the joy anyone can experience through play and movement. The show is being shot and curated by our own Mark Albert C. Altabano, a wonderful photographer, parkour fan, and supporter of PKMove. He has generously donated all his time and talent to this project. A huge shout out to Altabs Photography! Thank you! PS Because we know you worry: no Royal Doulton was harmed during today’s photo session.
Photo: Mark Albert C. Altabano