The Chris Hope Foundation (CHF), a nonprofit organization providing financial and social support services to families of children diagnosed with pediatric cancer and other childhood illnesses, today announced that Sweat 901 donated $1,139 in proceeds from its annual Taste of Fitness event.
On Sunday, March 27, Taste of Fitness invited pre-registered attendees to sample Memphis’s best workouts, health and wellness, and beauty experiences, with proceeds benefiting the Chris Hope Foundation.
“It was an honor to be chosen as the beneficiary of Taste of Fitness this year,” said Chris Hope Foundation Founder and Chief Imagination Officer Chris Hope. “We are always looking for new and exciting ways to fundraise for our mission, and this event reflected the personality of CHF in so many ways. We understand the importance of holistic health, hope and unique experiences.”
The funds raised by Taste of Fitness and Sweat 901 will be used to meet the needs of families facing financial burdens as a result of childhood cancer treatment-related disruptions. This ranges from making a child’s birthday by delivering their dream gift, powering a college education, easing the burden of medical bills or covering other expenses related to a cancer diagnosis.