Dear BoulderBox Family,
In these unprecendated times we are all challenged with unprecedented situations. I can only hope that we are all able to rise above them. We are deeply saddened to have made the decision to close down our facility.
The community is an integral part of what makes BoulderBox. I am clearly reminded of this truth as I sit here in an abandoned centre. We also understand the importance this space and community plays in many of your lives. We will strive to open as soon as is possible, and as is responsible, for us to do. As of the time of writing, i.e. 21st March, we hope to welcome you back on the 1st of April 2020. Update: as per the government mandated lockdown pan-India, we will remain closed until July 1st at the earliest.
Every individual can do their part by educating themselves on how the virus spreads, taking the relevant precautions, and practising stronger social distancing. We hope that further closures will not be necessary.
We will continue to foster community engagement now more than ever. Keep up with us on Instagram as we bring it beyond our many walls directly to you!
Thank you to all those who have reached out with words of support.
Take care and stay safe!
All memberships, expiring punch-cards, and other expiring product durations will be automatically extended for the duration of the closure.
Should you wish to support us in this difficult time then we you can do so in one of the following ways:
- Opt out of freezing your current membership: Submit this form
- Purchase your next membership now: Buy here
- Or reach out to us directly by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your understanding. Take care of yourselves 🤗 (emoji hugs are the best we can do right now!)
We've got you covered on your needs during this lockdown! Check out our growing list of resources below:
Beyond the impacts of coronavirus on us and our facility, there are huge implications for many others all around India. In times of crisis, we must all work towards helping those in need. In light of this we urge those able to support relief efforts.
Please have a look at the following link to find ways to do so in your own locality! (https://www.covid-relief.in)
We personally recommend the following website due to its transparency in helping daily wage workers (https://indiafightscorona.giveindia.org)
We'd also like to bring to light an ex BoulderBox member (Ron Bhasin) that is currently helping those that he can in his neighbourhood with the support of an ex BoulderBox crew member (Rahul Ranjan). We hope that all of us can take initiatives, direct or indirect, like these guys have done and show our collective humanity in these dire times!