When you lose, your community wins!

Nothing worthwhile has ever been accomplished without a commitment. By engaging in the Uplifting Health & Fitness 90-Day Challenge, you’re pledging to make a positive change in not only your health and fitness, but your community. When you reach your fitness and weight loss goals, a portion of your monthly fee is donated directly to a charity of your choice, as selected from our list of Charity Partners. Additionally, you can ask friends and family to pledge every time you reach a health and fitness milestone, increasing fundraising amounts for your chosen non-profit. When you lose (weight), your community wins!

Our Charity Partners

Children’s Medical Center

For 100 years, the mission of Children’s Health℠ has been to make life better for children. Our beginnings in 1913 were humble, but our vision even then was big. Today, our team takes great pride in being the seventh-largest pediatric health care provider in the country, and the only academically affiliated pediatric hospital in the area.
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North Texas Food Bank

The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a top-ranked nonprofit relief organization, providing access to more than 170,000 meals each day for hungry children, seniors and families through a network of more than 1,000 programs and 200 Partner Agencies in our 13-county service area. In fiscal year 2015, NTFB provided access to some 63 million meals but the need for hunger relief in North Texas today is much larger. To combat increasing food insecurity in North Texas, the Food Bank recently launched a 10-year plan to provide access to 92 million nutritious meals annually by 2025, a nearly 50 percent increase from the current output. NTFB is a member of Feeding America, a national hunger relief organization.
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Adaptive Training Foundation

Adaptive Training Foundation has identified a void. People living with physical impairment struggle to find a way to advance their mental and physical capacity post rehabilitation. The typical question an adaptive athlete asks after rehabilitation is, NOW WHAT? Where can a person go to advance their mental and physical limits? Where can they go to figure out what they are capable of accomplishing?

The Adaptive Training Foundation exists to restore hope through movement to those with physical impairment.
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Christar: Building on our heritage of over 100 years of church-planting experience, Christar cultivates Christ-honoring transformation in communities where He is yet to be worshiped. Our goal is to glorify God by establishing reproducing churches among communities of Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and other Asians around the globe. Specifically, we focus on the least-reached peoples in the world—those who have no access to a church that presents the gospel in their language or worships using their cultural forms.
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Inspire Ambition Foundation

Inspire Ambition Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded to support the strong desires of our youth who are achieving in academia and athletic efforts in communities throughout the United States. We provide scholarships, educational assistance and athletic guidance. The primary focus of Inspire Ambition Foundation is to supply assistance to children, adolescents, and young adults that have a strong desire for forward-movement. Our goal is to draw forth the combined efforts of community leaders, educators and the families of our youth to help ambitious young individuals succeed in both the academic and sporting arenas.
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