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  • KIIS FM Cares – “Love Yourself” by Kids World LA, Fit 4 The Cause, & Dune Citi

    Community Council: “Love Yourself” by Kids World LA, Fit 4 The Cause, & Dune Citi On February 14th, Kids Worlds Entertainment Center is offering free admission from 1-4PM.  Kids of all ages are invited with their families to dribble, dunk, dance, slide, shimmy and shake through special Valentine’s Day heart-racing cardio programs presented by two local non-profit organizations, Fit 4 The

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  • 805 Living Magazine – “Get Fit to Help”

    Get Fit to Help Flash mobs, fitness, and fundraising align with Fit 4 the Cause (fit4thecause.org), a new Thousand Oaks-Used nonprofit that raises money for local health-related causes through group exercise programs. Energetic, calorie-burning events pop up in malls, parks, parking lots, hotels, schools, and businesses, led by local fitness instructors and accompanied by live music or tunes provided by

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  • Fit 4 The Cause Hosts “Miracle of Movement” Dinner Gala on September 19th

    Fit 4 The Cause Hosts “Miracle of Movement” Dinner Gala on September 19th Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 01:19PM Conejo Joe in Agoura, Fundraiser, Local Events, Nightlife FIT 4 THE CAUSE™, a non-profit designed to combine social media-fueled exercise events with wellness education and philanthropic giving, recently leaped into gala mode, attracting impressive sponsorship support for its first creative black

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  • FIT 4 THE CAUSE™ Fitness Flash Mob Non-Profit Achieves 501(c) (3) Status

    New non-profit accelerates at Superhero speed 501(c)(3) status, board, celebrity advisors secured in 90 days FIT 4 THE CAUSE™, a non-profit that combines social media-fuele d flash mobs with fitness education and philanthropic giving, recently received its 501(c)(3) non-profit determination in only 90 days! Founder, Chair and President Cindy Rakowitz has parlayed that momentum by securing a board of directors

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  • Business Briefs – Nonprofit moves into new facility

    Fit 4 The Cause Moving Under One Roof Nonprofit joins Community Conscience Fit 4 The Cause is relocating to an office at Community Conscience/Under One Roof in Thousand Oaks, a facility that houses health services agencies free of charge, said Cindy Rakowitz, the organization’s chair and founder. Fit 4 The Cause is a nonprofit that raises money and awareness of

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  • Cindy Rakowitz’s ACE Profile Feature

    Cindy Rakowitz ACE Group Fitness Instructor AGOURA HILLS, CA I did not realize the magnitude of my injuries until I became fitness aware in mid-life. Fascinated with the power of endorphin release and balanced kinesiology programs, I became ACE Certified to share the art of safe workout programs with the world. This may sound overly ambitious, but my 30 years

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  • August 2017 News

    OMIQUAD! Running, riding, pumping and paddling, sixty participants officially won their medals for completing their first ever Quadrathalon. Fit 4 The Cause literally packed the house at Bay Club, providing an action packed carnival atmosphere with the four-event race raising $25K. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] These pictures capture the sweat equity-for more visit the Fit 4 the Cause Facebook

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  • April 2017 News

    FIT 4 THE CAUSE FORMS EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE WITH OCEAN VIEW SCHOOL DISTRICT Funded completely by a specifically directed donation from William H. Powell (our Mentor Of The Year honoree at this year’s Gala), we now provide dance fitness physical education to 225 fourth and fifth grade students at two elementary schools in the Ocean View School District in Oxnard, California. The

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  • Food Deserts: the Issues and How They are Being Solved

    Photo via Pixabay by Dapedwa A food desert is a geographic area that is devoid of healthy food options, especially fresh fruits and vegetables, within a reasonable or accessible distance.  Food deserts can be found in rural areas or urban areas.  The problem is compounded in urban areas where there are small corner markets where people shop out of convenience,

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