Fit Body Boot Camp is gaining massive popularity to raise fitness awareness among people. The franchise is working on its global mission to change the life of everyone. Every month it comes with new fundraising initiatives that can raise millions of dollars for worthy causes.
On 1st October, the franchise launched Charity Check-in Initiative for breast cancer prevention. To raise the fund of $25,000 for the new initiative, hundreds of organizations across the world joined Fit Body Boot Camp throughout October.
Several people are joining Charity Check-in Initiative against breast cancer on Facebook and Instagram. People are donating to Bright Pink which is a nonprofit organization and collecting funds for the initiative. There are some statistics that show, one in eight women had faced breast cancer symptoms in their life.
Breast cancer has become a global problem and it needs big initiatives that can act as global solutions. Fit Body Boot Camp is set up at more than 600 locations around the world. All the locations are working on connecting with clients, to fight against this disease. Matt Wilber is the franchise owner of Fit Body Boot Camp. He is handling seven Fit Body Boot Camps in Michigan.
The Fit Body Boot Camp’s Charity Check-in Initiative will run for 12 months. It will give an opportunity to the clients to join the movement. Participants can also join the movement through social media pages. The initiative has gained support from many organizations such as Toys for Tots, Dreamvolunteers, and Shriners Hospitals for Children.
Fit Body Boot Camp is aiming to donate $25,000 in one year for important causes.