What a great turnout for the first annual Spin4Equality!
The weather was beautiful and thanks to our sponsors: Vita Coco, Skinny Water & Wegman’s our participants stayed hydrated. Thanks to KIND bar and 5 hour energy all of them had energy for the ride of their life!!
Together with all the sponsors:
The Sporting Club at The Bellevue, Pagano’s Market, Premium Seating Comcast-Spectator, LRC cleaning service, Starlight digital media,Capital World Wide,Media Copy, Triple Play Sports and Partnership for Community Services and all the participants we raised:
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Thank you to all of the 2012 Spin4EQality Sponsors and their generosity! If you would a
lso like to sponsor this event, please see the information listed above.
What: Spin4equality is a Spinning Fundraiser benefiting Vision for Equality made possible by The Sporting Club at the Bellevue. This unique event has never taken place in the Philadelphia area until now. Local athletes, businesses, politicians and their family members will be participating in the event.
How: Sign up for a bike on www.VisionforEquality.org. Raise a minimum of $250 and one of the spinning bikes will be yours for two hours on the Art Museum Steps. Is two hours too much? Share the bike with a friend. Do you want to turn it into a team building event for your company, sign up for up to 10 bikes.
Hannah Purbe, Fitness Director and Spinning Instructor at The Sporting Club at the Bellevue will instruct the ride, and live D.J., Airen Luxe, will provide additional motivation.
This is a unique opportunity to enjoy the fantastic views of Philadelphia from the top of the Art Museum Steps, while being a champion for people with disabilities and autism.
When: September 8, 2012 at 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Why: This event will support Vision for Equality in its efforts to help the over 16,000 people with autism, and other disabilities in Pennsylvania who receive no help or guidance enabling them to be a part of the community. Unless we provide alternative solutions, many of these people will have no options but to be separated from their families and friends, uprooted from their community , and moved to an institution miles away from home, or end up homeless on the street.