Studio Pilates host ‘Hundreds for Hope’ Day
Studio Pilates is holding their second ‘Hundreds for Hope’ day, opening their doors and giving Adelaide the opportunity to experience free reformer pilates in the Adelaide CBD, Norwood, Unley and Henley Beach studios.
Held across Studio Pilates studios nationally on Saturday 19 September proceeds will go to Kids’ Cancer Project, who support children with cancer and those that love them.
Studio Pilates will host free classes all day, including orientation classes for those wanting to try classes.
Hundreds for Hope
Inspired by the story behind one of the cherished Studio Pilates families, Hundreds For Hope was born.
300,000 children around the world are diagnosed with cancer every year
Sadly, three Australian families hear the words “your child has cancer” every day.
Three children die from cancer each week.
Continued research is the only way to help our kids and find a cure.
Help Studio Pilates support children and their families dealing with child cancer
Studio Pilates is playing a small part in raising awareness of childhood cancer, by hosting Hundreds For Hope annually.
Studio Pilates Owner Joanne Thiele said,
“This year we’ll be providing FREE classes and continuing to raise funds for childhood cancer. All you need to do is make a donation on the day. So please, rally friends, family and work buddies to come along and enjoy an inspiring full body workout, on us.”
“We will also raffle off a 50 class pack at each of our four studios at Norwood, Unley, Adelaide City and Henley Beach to those that join us on Saturday,” Jo concluded.
Studio Pilates is a state-of-the-art, scientifically-based way of transforming the entire body on a reformer in 40-minute sessions. With 24 Studio Pilates studios around the world, Studio Pilates are transforming bodies.
Raising funds for Kids’ Cancer Project
Kids’ Cancer Project raises funds to boost their investment into medical research to improve treatments for kids with cancer and aid in providing a cure. The charity’s belief is that by in investing in medical research, finding better treatments, building capabilities and developing survivorship programs, they will find a cure.
Hundreds for Hope 2019 was a resounding success with our communities raising over $30,000 for nominated charities.
Every gift can help change someone’s life.
For those who can not attend the day, collection tins will be available on the counters in studios, and donations can be made: