Some of our members have children whose lives were saved by Sick Kids Hospital.
Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) November 08, 2013
iLoveKickboxing.com is pleased to announced an $800.00 contribution to Sick Kids Hospital in Ontario, Canada. The fundraiser occurred when franchise spokesmodel Amber Lynn made a guest appearance at the franchise’s Ontario location.
“We chose Sick Kids Hospital to donate to because we really believe in who they are and what they do,” stated Linda Watson, owner of the Ontario location. “They have such a down-to-earth, warm approach to treating families and children. Also, some of our members have children whose lives were saved by Sick Kids Hospital."
“Ontario was great!” stated Amber Lynn, iLoveKickboxing.com spokesmodel. “And the members there were so generous to contribute to Sick Kids Hospital. It really warmed my heart.”
“We were thrilled to have Amber. She’s like a celebrity! Everyone loved her. She teaches great kickboxing classes!” stated Watson.
Franchises often run fundraisers for local organizations and charities worldwide. Because locations span across the U.S., United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada, multiple fundraisers often occur simultaneously for organizations of all shapes and sizes.
“Giving back is a big part of what we do,” stated Michael Parrella, CEO of iLoveKickboxing.com. “We encourage all of our locations to run fundraisers for causes they believe in. We’re trying to make the world fitter, happier, and better for us all.”
iLoveKickboxing.com is a fitness kickboxing franchise that takes the workouts of professional fighters, and makes them accessible for men and women looking to lose weight and tone muscle. Their program emphasizes the importance of community, fun and support for long-lasting results.
About Sick Kids Hospital:
SickKids is one of the largest and most respected pediatric academic health science centers in the world. They are known around the world for excellent patient care, carrying out leading-edge research, and teaching and training the health-care workers of tomorrow.