The AdvoCare Foundation, along with four‐time CrossFit® Games Champion Rich Froning, has challenged the public to raise awareness of childhood obesity by taking part in its inaugural #GenerationFit workout event on Feb. 3.
The event will be held during the 25th Anniversary Celebration at AdvoCare’s annual National Success School with Froning leading a special workout.
Proceeds from #GenerationFit will help the AdvoCare Foundation continue to support organizations such as Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, LA’s Best (Los Angeles), Vetri Community Partnership (Philadelphia), REAL School Gardens (Dallas), C.H.O.I.C.E.S. Atlanta and YMCA (Dallas).
“Since its inception, the AdvoCare Foundation has been able to donate over $280,000 to non‐profits across the country,” said Allison Levy, president of the AdvoCare Foundation Board of Directors and executive vice president at AdvoCare. “With a goal to give $1 million by 2020, together we will continue to contribute to helping children live safe, happy and healthy lives.”
The AdvoCare Foundation, which was established in 2016, focuses on ending childhood obesity and encouraging kids to live healthy lives. For more information about the event, visit www.advocarefoundation.org/generationfit.