Dance Experience And Lunch With Debbie Moore OBE In aid of Unicef UK

Debbie Moore OBE In aid of Unicef UK

Lunch With Debbie Moore OBE In aid of Unicef UK

Enjoy an exclusive lunch at London’s infamous Ivy Restaurant or Club with Pineapple Founder and Veuve Business Women of the Year winner, Debbie Moore OBE and Emma Sinclair MBE.

In addition, you can enjoy your own private dance class for you and nine friends at the world-famous Pineapple Dance Studios in London. Choose a song to learn a dance routine to, and top off the experience with an outfit of your choice from the Pineapple fashion range and a Pineapple dance bag for you to keep!

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Debbie Moore at the RNIB Gala Dinner at the Dorchester Hotel

Debbie Moore and Jack Petchy

Debbie Moore attended the RNIB Gala Dinner at the Dorchester Hotel in London.

Debbie was the guest of Jack Petchey, philanthropist and Frances Segelman, sculptor to HM The Queen.

Debbie Moore, Frances Seigelman, Brenda Emmanus

Debbie Moore, Frances Seigelman, Brenda Emmanus

The Gala Dinner was supported by Investec for a second consecutive year. The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is the leading charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people with sight loss.

RNIB help people who have lost their sight continue to do the everyday things they love. They help people see themselves and their future in a more positive light. RNIB campaign and work in partnerships to create a fairer, more inclusive society.

Click here to learn more about RNIB

Getting Ready Dance – Supported by Pineapple Dance Studios

Getting Ready Dance - Pineapple Dance Studios

“We are delighted to support the Getting Ready Dance programme as a lead partner through our Pineapple Community dance project. Our mission at Pineapple is to make dance accessible to all; Getting Ready Dance will be a vital partnership to help us support and encourage the next generation of those who wish to dance in London”

Debbie Moore OBE

http://www.londonyouth.org.uk/news/getting-ready-dance

Debbie Moore with the Local Angels for Jewish Care

Debbie Moore with the Local Angels for Jewish Care

Debbie Moore was invited as a guest speaker at a lunch in support of Jewish Care.

180 women enjoyed a high-energy lunch with Debbie, founder of Pineapple Dance Studios and the first woman to float a company on the London Stock Exchange.

The lunch, held on Wednesday, at the Marriott Hotel Waltham Abbey, raised over £18,000 to help support local services, for people age 3 to 103+, provided by Jewish Care in Redbridge.

Chair of Local Angels Committee, Gayle Klein told guests, “I’d like to thank Debbie Moore OBE for talking to us today and sharing her inspirational story with us, and for supporting Jewish Care and also thank the Committee for their hard work and all of our guests for their generosity and support which makes us so proud of everyone at the Local Angels events.

Speaking after the lunch, Debbie said, “It’s a real pleasure to be here today to speak at the Local Angels, it really feels like one big family. I’m pleased to support them to raise funds for Jewish Care who provide fantastic care for older people in the community and residential homes. I understand how important good care is having cared for my daughter and for my mother as she got older, and also how vital that support is for carers.

“Health is so important for us all and it’s good to know that Jewish Care are engaging older people in meaningful activities including dance and exercise at their community centres and homes. I feel passionate about the many positive benefits of dance and exercise, preventing many health problems, helping us to connect with others, feel good and generally improve well being and health and the wonderful thing is that there’s something for everyone and for all ages.”

Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity for the UK’s Jewish community, caring directly for over 7,000 people every week. The organisation provides a wide range of services for older people, people with disabilities, mental health needs, visual impairment, as well as Holocaust survivors and refugees. Jewish Care also offers support and guidance to families, carers and the bereaved, as well as programmes for children and young people.

Debbie Moore supports Stroke Association #HakaPose

Debbie Moore  supports Stroke Association

Debbie Moore recently took part in a series of events at Pineapple to support the Stroke Association.

Over half of stroke survivors have a disability and a third rely on others for help, making it the biggest cause of complex disability in the UK.

During the Rugby World Cup the Stroke Association is running a Haka Pose campaign.

Everyone can show their support for stroke survivors by sharing their own Haka Pose on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Haka is used in Maori cultures to build energy and confidence. It also teaches communication through body posture, poses and facial expressions.

The Stroke Association hosted a workshop at Pineapple Dance Studios to teach the Haka to stroke survivors, their friends, family members and health professionals, and our staff joined in too.

See how they got on at the Haka Workshop and you can watch their final Haka Performance too.

Visit the Stroke Association website for more details: https://www.stroke.org.uk/Haka

Got a face? Get involved! Red Nose Day 2015!

Have you seen what Pineapple staff get up to when they think no-one is watching?

The Red Nose camera caught them off guard in their ‘quiet moment’ – can you spot them in this video?


Support Red Nose Day by taking part in a wide range of fun activities for charity.

Make your face funny for money and help to transform lives, here in the UK and across Africa. Find your perfect fundraising idea at http://www.rednoseday.com/ideas