The Concilio, a nonprofit that supports hard-to-reach Latino families, and the National Alliance for Hispanic Health (NAHH) present the 14th annual ¡Vive tu vida! Get Up! Get Moving!® This free Dallas event promotes physical activity and nutrition for better health and wellness for all. It is the FIRST TIME this event is offered online due to social distancing. Over the years, more than 28,000 people have benefited from this program. A special thanks to Baylor Scott & White Health for sponsorship.
WHERE: Virtually online on The Concilio’s Facebook page (@theconcilio). Or follow #ConcilioPower.
WHEN: Monday, April 27-Friday, May 1, 2020
DETAILS AND SCHEDULE:
Families can participate in fun activities together, whether it’s attending one of the sessions online or submitting dance videos and photos of their interaction. The following is a schedule of anchor events, and other events and tips will be shared throughout the week.
Mon., April 27 – Food Distribution to Pleasant Grove families. Thanks to North Texas Food Bank’s donation of fresh fruit, vegetables and household items, The Concilio staff and volunteers will deliver these items to low-income families without transportation.
Tues., April 28 – Virtual Zumba at 6 p.m. with Miguel ZX (Facebook Live)
Wed., April 29 - Virtual Bingo at 12 noon (Facebook Live)
Thurs., April 30 – Virtual Yoga and Mindfulness with Ana Jones at 12 noon and 1:30 p.m. (English and Spanish on Facebook Live)
Fri., May 1 – Virtual Dance Party with DJ KIKS at 1 p.m. (Facebook Live) Families are requested to submit dance videos and their activity passports to be entered to win prizes.
For more information about ¡Vive tu vida! Get Up! Get Moving!® Dallas, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org, visit http://theconcilio.org/events/ or call: 214-818-0481.
The Concilio is a non-profit organization serving the Greater Dallas Community since 1981. A diverse volunteer board of directors governs the agency and staff is made up of bilingual and bicultural professionals with years of experience working with the Hispanic community. They serve as an umbrella organization for groups addressing the various needs of the Hispanic community. They provide assistance to their Network of Affiliates with initiating programs for the Hispanic community, which are then administered by agencies that specialize in that particular area.