CrossFit Indestri is proud to be supporting SickKids through the annual WOD4SickKids charity fundraiser hosted by SWEAT RX Magazine. This is a great opportunity to combine the sport of fitness with philanthropy and fun!
CrossFit Indestri is proud to be supporting SickKids through the annual WOD4SickKids charity fundraising event hosted by SWEAT RX Magazine. The Hospital for Sick Children is a world-class health facility dedicated to improving the health and saving the lives of thousands of children, every year. As the largest pediatric academic health sciences centre in Canada, SickKids is so much more than a hospital. They are driven by a mission to provide the best in family-centered care, creating groundbreaking scientific and clinical advancements and training the next generation of experts in child health. In support of their vision, "Healthier Children. A Better World.", CrossFit Indestri is committed to help fundraise for SickKids and thanks each and every one of YOU for helping them reach their target.
A note from SWEAT RX: With your support, and their sweat, we are set to reach the most funds raised since we started this event 5 years ago. In the spirit of competition...the top fundraising affiliate will also WIN a TrueForm Runner for their gym - so THANK YOU for helping us reach our fundraising goals for SickKids - and CrossFit Indestri thanks you for the support in helping them get one step closer to being the proud owners of a brand spanking new TrueForm Runner valued at more than $8,500. All for a great cause!
a bit about the event:
When: Saturday, June 2, 2018(NOVICE) Sunday June 3, 2018 ( Intermediate)
Where: Metro Toronto Convention Cenre
255 Front St. West, Toronto - inside the Toronto Pro Supershow
CrossFit Indestri is just a small piece of this vast amazing community that is blessing others spreading the love, and changing lives in every way possible. Thank you all for being a part of #WOD4SickKids. Please make your donation now...
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