The Lake / Geauga Educational Assistance Foundation, or LEAF, has unveiled plans for its first Virtual Fall Fitness Challenge to support northeast Ohio students and are now seeking registrants and sponsors.
This is a three-month online fitness challenge / event – from September 1 to November 30 – which is completed at the participant’s convenience, according to a press release. Participants are challenged to train every day and post it on social media with the hashtag #VFFC so that LEAF can retweet or share it on Facebook.
This can be done anywhere participants want – indoors or outdoors, at home or in a gym, alone or with a friend or family member and any combination, says the communicated.
Through registration and sponsorship, the goal of the Virtual Fall Fitness Challenge is to raise a minimum of $ 40,000 by November 30th. The funds will be used to help students and families in northeastern Ohio, the statement said.
To register or become a sponsor, visit www.leaf-ohio.org.
LEAF offers career and college access counseling programs that aim to connect people to the careers that are best for them. LEAF currently supports students and families in 20 school districts in Lake, Geauga, Cuyahoga and Portage counties.
Counselors provide services in high schools and the LEAF Resource Center. LEAF provides information, inspiration and motivation for students to navigate the education process beyond high school.
LEAF programs offer: Financial aid advice and resources; College advice and resources; Career advice and search for opportunities; Scholarship research services; LEAF and community scholarships; and the Umbrella Fine Arts / Engineering Project.
LEAF also provides college access services to high school families.