Recap: Spin To Break The Cycle Raises Almost $220,000 For World Sport Chicago

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Chicago Bear lineback David Bass with student participants (Photo credit: Game Face Media)

The House of Blues in Chicago became an unlikely setting last month as World Sport Chicago took over for Spin to Break the Cycle! Spin bikes took over the stage and main floor area as instructors from Fitness Formula Clubs […]

2nd Annual Spin To Break The Cycle To Benefit World Sport Chicago

(Photo credit: www.worldsportchicago.org)

(Photo credit: www.worldsportchicago.org)

World Sport Chicago will return to the House of Blues on Saturday, April 18, 2015 for the second annual Spin to Break the Cycle charity spin-a-thon. The benefit is a high-energy, indoor cycling event that challenges participants to get active to support programs that have proven to have an impact […]

Recap: Spin To Break The Cycle At House Of Blues Chicago

Brandy Forster and Christine Lawther (Photo Credit:  Marc Monaghan)

On March 8, 2014 at the House of Blues, World Sport Chicago hosted their inaugural Spin To Break The Cycle event! The event was held over several levels of the renowned concert arena, from the main stage to the opera boxes. World Sport Chicago is a non-profit that teaches positive values and leadership through […]

Recap: Chicago Go Red For Women Luncheon

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The Chicago Go Red for Women chapter held its annual fundraising luncheon on Friday, February 21 at the Macy’s on State Street. The event is part of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign that seeks to advocate for the awareness, education and research of heart […]

Cupid’s Undie Run Chicago To Benefit Children’s Tumor Foundation

Cupid's Undie Run Chicago-1st Annual Run! (Photo Credit: Cupids Undie Run Chicago)

On Saturday, February 15 from 12:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m., join supporters of the Children’s Tumor Foundation for their 2nd Annual Cupid’s Undie Run. Cupid’s Undie Run is the world’s largest organized underwear run, serving as a national fundraiser to benefit the Children’s Tumor Foundation. Sponsored by MeUndies, the event combines a pre-race party, a […]

Recap: Art In Motion To Benefit Rehabilitation Institute Of Chicago

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Bradley Stavros Heit addressing the crowd at Art in Motion (Photo credit: www.facebook.com)

Many would say art has the power to heal, and some of those people exist at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC). The RIC, recognized as a top rehabilitation hospital in the country, provides a gamut of services that […]

2014 Go Red For Women Luncheon In Chicago

GRFW Luncheon

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February marks American Heart Month, and with the leading killer of women being heart disease, the luncheon serves as a fundraiser and awareness event for cardiovascular education and research. Go Red for Women strives to do its part in ending heart disease.

The American Heart Association’s annual Go […]

Recap: Ugly Sweater Run 2013 In Chicago To Benefit Toys For Tots

Runners Gather at the Chicago Ugly Sweater Run 2013 (Photo Credit: Colleen McNicholas)

Ugly Sweater Runners gather to the starting line(Photo Credit: Colleen McNicholas)

On Saturday, November 16, runners and walkers came out to Solider Field in their ugliest holiday sweaters for the original Ugly Sweater Run sponsored by Toys for Tots, Samuel Adams, Skedouche, Sports Authority, and StacheTATS. Racers were greeted at the registry tents […]

Fashion, Fitness and Fine Art to Raise Funds for Bright Pink

If bites from the popular restaurant Sable aren’t enough to bring you to the Hotel Palomar on February 25, the silent auction and chance to support a good cause should be.

Fitness spot Barre Bee Fit is teaming up with personal style consultants, Lookstyle, for Fashion, Fitness and Fine Art to support Bright Pink, […]

Last Minute Summer Fun in Chicago

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Whether we want it to or not, this warm weather is slowly making its way out the door. In fact, some of us are already making those back-to-school lists and preparing for the end of yet another summer. If you’re anything like me, you’re wondering where the summer months went and why they went […]

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