Women’s Strength Coalition Presents:

Uplifted!

A National Campaign Celebrating Women’s Month

About You

You run an exceptional fitness studio, be that Crossfit, yoga, spin, or any other other facility designed to get people moving, because you know that movement changes lives.

Every day, you work hard to make people feel comfortable, seen, and affirmed at the studio you own, or in the classes that you teach. You believe in giving back, and that all people deserve access to fitness.

You’re excited about the movement to make fitness more inclusive and accessible, because these are tenets you truly believe in and have been been discussing for quite some time!

You’re looking for a way to support and give back, but running your studio is expensive (believe us, we know!) and time consuming. Some months, it’s hard to pay all the bills to stay open, let alone donate to charity!

That’s why we made Uplifted! It’s a way to get involved with an extremely low barrier to entry, so you can give back, make a huge impact, join the national movement to make fitness more accessible, and get the recognition for your studio (and hard work!) that you deserve.

How Do I Participate in the campaign?

You host one class or workout, where the proceeds will be go towards Women’s Strength Coalition, sometime during March 2020 (International Women’s Month).

How Much Do I Need To Raise?

We’re asking each studio to host (at minimum) a workout or class for ten people, and charge $10 per person, for a one-time $100 tax-deductible donation.

Recognition For Your Studio

Social Media announcements with your studio’s name, logo, and any other relevant information you’d like to share!

Your studio’s logo on the back of the official event t-shirt, which will be sold to our audience nationally.

Logo, address, and any other relevant business information, on the official WomensStrengthCoalition.com webpage (coming soon!) for the campaign!

Want to Learn More?

You don’t have to commit today! We’re happy to be in touch with more details.

All people deserve equal access to fitness and movement.

Learn More!

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