You’re invited to join the party!

By GoodLife Kids on 15/12/2016


Spin4Kids is a one-day national fitness fundraising event benefitting GoodLife Kids Foundation. SPIN, GROOVE, or MOVE your way through 1 hour of heart-pumping group fitness with your team! Funds raised support programs that provide ongoing physical activity opportunities for kids and help remove some of the barriers holding them back from living healthy and happy lives.


Here are just a few reasons we love Spin4Kids:

  • Team Building
    It feels great to work together to accomplish a goal - especially for a good cause. Round up your co-workers, friends, family or gym buddies to build your team of 8 and set your sights on a team fundraising goal of $1000 ($125/person).
  • Community Engagement
    Spin4Kids is a chance to break free from the office and show your community that you care. Meet new people, share your story, and give back to help the next generation of Canadians get physically active!
  • Healthy Habits
    Whether you’re already in a routine or have never set foot in a gym, Spin4Kids is for everyone. You don’t have to be a Member and it’s all about FUN! Spin4Kids is an awesome chance to try a new class or amp up your old favourites.
  • A Great Time
    Spin4Kids is a party! You’ll feel the energy with music pumping, special themes, prizes and costumes.
  • It’s For The Kids
    To date, over 240,000 Canadian kids have been positively impacted through the GoodLife4Kids School Program and the GoodLife Kids Grant Program. Together, we can help even more kids experience the joys and benefits of being physically active.

There's still time to get involved!
 to find an event near you and register today.



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