JFC’s Charitable Fitness Challenge Is Back for 2023
GetFit4Kids allows participants to join in no matter where they live.
Jewelers for Children is adding some extra motivation to those 2023 promises.
The organization has announced its “GetFit4Kids” virtual fitness challenge is back, running Feb. 1-28 in conjunction with American Heart Month.
Participants can embark on any fitness activity they enjoy, such as walking, running, biking, or working out with fitness equipment.
Upon sign up, a personalized web page will be automatically created for each challenge member to fundraise for JFC.
Participants are encouraged to share the web page with family, friends, and coworkers to donate.
Registrants can also participate in teams, keeping each other on track and motivating each other to raise more money for JFC’s various child-related charitable causes.
Participants should download JFC’s GetFit4Kids app to track their fitness activity and automatically update their personalized web page. Fitness devices from the likes of Fitbit, Garmin, Misfit, Strava, and Apple can also be linked to track their progress.
PacTeam Group is the 2023 GetFit4Kids official sponsor.
Registration is available online, along with information about corporate sponsorship opportunities.
It costs $25 to enter the challenge and is open to all.
Founded in 1999, Jewelers for Children has raised more than $60 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Make-A-Wish America, and the National CASA/GAL Association.
JFC is also partnered with Make-A-Wish International and the Organization for Autism Research.
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