Community Holiday Clothing Drive
Why?: The holidays are all about giving and this season, we are going to help you give something to others and yourself.
InsideOut Health + Fitness is home to a number of amazing health programs and fitness practitioners/experts, who empower their clients to reach their fitness and health goals. Confidence starts with giving from the inside out.
Youth Concussion Awareness Fundraiser
Our inaugural Fundraiser for Youth Concussion Awareness was a success and many families from the Leaside Community stopped by and had a blast!
Spring Into Action- Raising Money and Awareness for Diabetes In Canada
InsideOut Health + Fitness's Annual "Spring Into Action!" Walk or Run event for diabetes in support of: I Challenge Diabetes, York University Diabetes Sports Camp and the Canadian Diabetes Association! Our target for this year is to raise $40,000 and we need your help! Diabetes is a global pandemic and the fastest growing chronic disease in North America. Diabetes is a very serious illness which affects 1 in every 5 Canadians.
Donations from generous local sponsors are the reason that we are able to hold events like these. If you are interested in sponsoring this event please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-849-4765 We welcome all participants from beginners to seasoned athletes or anyone that just wants to lend support. We look forward to sharing this experience with you again this year. InsideOut Health + Fitness began "Spring into Action!" in 2006 and the event has become a staple springtime family event and community educator. InsideOut believes in a holistic approach to health and "Spring into Action!" embodies this principle by promoting education, awareness and participation. The funds raised by "Spring into Action!" are donated to IChallenge Diabetes, York University Diabetes Sports Camp, and the Canadian Diabetes Association. Over the past 10 years, "Spring into Action!" has raised close to $100,000 for Diabetes research. Last year "Spring into Action!" proceeds sponsored six children to attend the York University Diabetes Sports Camp.