HELP US STOMP OUT TYPE 2 DIABETES
Saturday, April 12, 2014 8:30 a.m. to Noon at the Tallahassee Museum
According to Leon County Schools, more than 10,000 of our public school students are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes, an often times preventable disease directly associated with poor eating habits and lack of exercise.
Please join us for the 5thAnnual STOMPING OUT TYPE 2DIABETES event as our community works together to increase education about the risks associated with childhood obesity and encourage families to embrace healthy lifestyles. The Foundation for Leon County Schools, Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, and the Tallahassee Museum have teamed up with a multitude of community partners that fully understand the financial, emotional, and medical costs associated with of type 2 diabetes.
•Free morning entrance into the Tallahassee Museum
•Zip Line access for reduced fees
•Fitness fun at animal exhibits
•1 Mile Family Fun STOMP
•Bike rides and demonstrations
•Celebrity athlete and student activity challenges
•Fishing Derby for ages 12 and under
•Tropical Smoothie treats for event participants
•Wellness Screenings and 95210 information
www.foundationforlcs.com for our sponsorship package or to make a donation
Contact me at: 850.487.7881 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BRING THE FAMILY AND JOIN THE FUN ON APRIL 12TH!
Welcome to the Foundation for Leon County Public Schools
The role of the Foundation for Leon County Schools is to garner private and public engagement to support Leon County Public Schools. As a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, the Foundation provides Leon County Public Schools with funding that is typically more flexible than restricted tax dollars. The funding and extra resources generated by the Foundation helps to cover the gap that exists between what school budgets can cover, and what is truly needed to ensure the continued academic success of our students.
Since its establishment in 1986, the Foundation has invested more than $1.5 million dollars for the enhancement of public education in Leon County.
Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day