B-Mo Fit Hosting a Diaper Drive to Support Mother's Helping Mothers
B-Mo Fit Collecting Diapers & Offers Free Workout for Donation
Sarasota, Florida (April 15, 2014) – B-Mo Fit will be collecting diapers for Mother’s Helping Mothers on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 9:00am at Extra Innings, 717 Cattlemen Road and are offering a free workout to those who donate at least $15 worth of diapers.
“We are very excited be helping out such a good cause like Mother’s Helping Mothers and this is a great opportunity for us to help the community to come together,” says Maureen Corristan, owner of B-Mo Fit. “Come out, support a great cause, do a good deed and get a free workout.”
B-Mo Fit will also have a 50/50 drawing. Park Lane Jewelry will be there too and they will also be donating 50% of their proceeds.
About Mother’s Helping Mothers
Since 1990, Mothers Helping Mothers, Inc., an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization, has been providing basic necessities such as clothing and baby items free of charge to families in need. All items are donated or purchased through grant funding or private contributions and are provided free of charge to our clients. Additionally, we offer emotional support and referrals to other agencies in the surrounding area. Mothers Helping Mothers has no paid employees; we have run on the spirit and energy of a handful of volunteers for more than twenty years. For more information call (941) 953-7572 or visit www.mhmsarasota.com.
About B-Mo Fit
Over the past 28 years, Maureen has worked in the fields of Athletic Training, Physical Therapy and Performance Training. In 2007 she launched B-Mo Fit, a program that integrates core, balance and corrective exercises used in injury prevention and rehabilitation with strength, agility and rapid fat loss exercises used in performance training. For more information call (941) 320-6507 or visit www.bmofit.com.
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