Yvonne Hawley

(She/her)
Portsmouth

Injured ex-runner working from home, would like to be more active, be part of a community and help others


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Good Deeds

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50
Cheers given
383
Cheers received
225

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Doing good since January 2023

Not done a mission this month

1 Month Streak

Not done a group run this month

1 Month Streak


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Bags for the Lifehouse
🗓Wednesday 28th February 6:00pm

📍Wherever you like !

Provide carrier bags for meals for homeless

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Yvonne Hawley (She/her) cheered more people that we thought was humanly possible today. 😎

Thursday 1st February

Badger Badge

Badger Badge

Yvonne Hawley (She/her) cheered more people that we thought was humanly possible today.

Yvonne loves it! They've pretty much cheered the whole of GoodGym today. They get the badger badge for expert badgering.

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Yvonne Hawley
Yvonne Hawley (She/her) cheered 250 times. 🎉

Thursday 1st February

Fan

Fan

Yvonne Hawley (She/her) cheered 250 times.

Yvonne is one of the people that keep the GoodGym community alive and well. By cheering 250 times they've shown they're committed to supporting other runners. They are definitely a fan of what GoodGym is all about.

Dave MooreJane
Yvonne Hawley
Yvonne Hawley (She/her) signed up to a community mission.

Sat 30th Mar at 10:00am

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Yvonne Hawley
Yvonne Hawley (She/her) signed up to a community mission.

Sat 30th Mar at 8:30am

Parkrun Volunteer Takeover: Great Salterns

Improve Health & Fitness in a social environment

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Yvonne Hawley
Yvonne Hawley (She/her) signed up to a community mission.

Sat 16th Mar at 8:30am

Parkrun Volunteer Takeover: Great Salterns

Improve Health & Fitness in a social environment

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Jane
Yvonne Hawley
Yvonne Hawley (She/her) done 50 good deeds and got their black t-shirt 🤩

Wednesday 31st January

Black T-Shirt

Black T-Shirt

Yvonne Hawley (She/her) done 50 good deeds and got their black t-shirt

The next time you see Yvonne, they might be wearing black instead of red. They've completed 50 good deeds with GoodGym and have earnt their black t-shirt. Give them a nod when you next see them.

FinnualaJaneVal CameronDave Moore
Yvonne Hawley
Yvonne Hawley (She/her) went on a group run

Wed 31st Jan at 6:00pm

Office-ally Awesome!!

Portsmouth Report written by Jen Stoneham

What an end to the January Challenge! Dave finished a whopping month of good deeds, hitting his 200 deed milestone this evening. Very poor show from me, forgetting the cape on such a prestigious occasion, but he will get to celebrate in style next week, I'm sure!

Father Hugo put us all to good work moving furniture around the parish offices. Many hands made light work and we were able to get extra tasks done, such as folding and organising church linens - Sammy was certainly living her best life stashing things neatly on the cupboards.

Val never did find out who had a fear of pancakes, but the acoustics in the church certainly made out fits of giggles sound very impressive.

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Yvonne Hawley (She/her) went on a community mission

Wed 31st Jan at 9:00am

Puzzling over the pieces

Portsmouth Report written by Judy Knapp

GoodGymers applied their grey matter to the puzzling problem of jigsaw checking.

We enlisted partners, kids, pets and fellow GGers to complete puzzles ranging from 500 to 1500 pieces. The puzzles could then be returned to MAKE for sale in their shop.

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Yvonne Hawley
Yvonne Hawley (She/her) went on a community mission

Wed 31st Jan at 6:00pm

Quick picks all over the City

Portsmouth Report written by Judy Knapp

Portsmouth GoodGymers were out from early morning until the dark of the evening, each doing 30 minutes of litter-picking.

They chose alleyways, parks, streets and garage areas. And discovered that half an hour can make a world of difference to the way a place looks and feels.

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