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Sweat Some / Give Some – The 100 Day Challenge

Have you ever wondered how you can improve your life, while also improving the lives of others? Well, Christy Topolewski had an idea; she created a wellness challenge in support of the Central Okanagan Food Bank called Sweat Some / Give Some. This 100-day challenge invites everyone to commit to being active for 100 consecutive days, while donating $1 a day to the Central Okanagan Food Bank.

This is a fun opportunity to do something for your health, while being surrounded by a community- minded network of people to inspire you and cheer you on! The challenge kicks off August 15th so there is still plenty of time to get involved. This first year we are calling for 100 participants, which would equal $10,000 in support for COFB. Funds raised through this challenge will directly support low-income families in the Central Okanagan who are living with food insecurity, including the 5,500 clients we serve each month.

Every day, trainers from The Yard Kelowna will be posting 15-minute workout circuits and inspirational content to encourage participants to stay motivated. However, your daily movement can be as simple as riding your bike, playing ball with your kids, taking your dog for a walk, or going to your favourite fitness class. The ideas are endless and every movement counts!

Commit now to the Sweat Some / Give Some 100-Day Challenge, and contribute to our mission to create a healthy, hunger-free community!

We would like to thank Christy for bringing a meaningful and accessible fundraiser that combines health and wellness with supporting those most vulnerable in our community.

Follow @theyardkelowna and @sweat_some_give_some on Instagram for daily workouts and inspiration!

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