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Group of 14 adolescent girls and boys with two female instructors taking part in the GoodLife4Kids School Programme – Canada

GoodLife Kids Foundation is inspiring a lifelong love of physical activity Multiple cities

GoodLife Kids Foundation’s vision is for every Canadian kid to have the opportunity to live a fit and healthy good life. The Grant Program, established in 2009, currently focuses on providing funding to programs offering ongoing physical activity opportunities for children with special needs. Following a successful pilot phase, the GoodLife4Kids School Program officially launched September 2015 and is operating in 71 schools. The stretch goal is to reach one school for each of GoodLife’s more than 200 club locations. The School Program aims to inspire a lifelong-love of physical fitness among grade four students (age 9-10). It is a partnership program with local schools where GoodLife4Kids Coaches help students learn early fitness skills. This program is offered at no cost to schools over the two-year partnership.

A young girl from the Belo region of Ethiopia is smiling. She is dressed in a long olive coloured dress and standing next to a mud wall which creates a lovely contrast –

Creating a sustainable community in Ethiopia Sasiga Lowlands, Ethiopia

Since Fifth Avenue Club opened in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1996, it has developed a local reputation for setting the standard for “friendly, personalized service”. On the other side of the world in Ethiopia, it has become known for supporting a sustainable development project that has changed the lives of over 40,000 people, in nine villages, in the Belo region of Ethiopia. The club, owned by Darren Kanwischer, has been involved with Food for the Hungry (FH) since June of 2007. Three dollars of each member’s dues are donated to Belo each month. Fifth Avenue Club has also donated proceeds from the sale of old equipment, held a 10k fundraising run (“Run for Belo”),  had members fund raise among themselves and are currently involved with “Run for Water” in Calgary, Alberta.

The Duchess presented with a gift from the Mayor of Kensington

Duchess of Cambridge opens the new leisure centre in Kensington London, United Kingdom

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in partnership with GLL were proud hosts yesterday (Monday, 19 January), to Her Royal Highness Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, who officially opened the new Kensington Leisure Centre to be operated by GLL, as well as the neighbouring Kensington Aldridge Academy Centre in the Royal Borough.

Lovely pictures showing staff and young children dressed in red Santa Clause costume

Genae Fitness Club Christmas charity event Across France

The idea started in 2004. We wanted to share the Christmas spirit by organising a charity event and giving back to the community. Every club creates a relationship with a local cause and shares all the benefits of the Christmas Fitness Marathon. Local associations and individuals receive 100% of the entrance fees and exposure in all club communications.