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On behalf of the team at Movemeant Foundation, it is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of our Vice President, Kelly Hurley. She was 31 years old.
Many of you knew Kelly as a vibrant and unique personality; a steadfast champion of social activism. This included everything from her work in women's self-acceptance and body-positivity at Movement Foundation, to sparking engaging political dialogue on women's rights, LGBTQ, and more.
'Dare To Bare', Movemeant Foundation's flagship outdoor charity fitness event and the largest body-positive event across the country, hits San Francisco for it's 3rd year!
On Saturday, May 20th, we'll 'dare' ourselves to overcome the fears of our physical appearance in celebration of our physical strength, emotional fortitude, mental grit and self-love. We move. We sweat. We dance. And we shed not just our shirts, but our insecurities—proving that bodies of all shapes and sizes are healthy and capable. Get your tickets here!
Launching its latest movement, Movemeant Foundation is premiering “Revolution,” a new short video that challenges the status quo and encourages women to be radically honest about their bodies by embracing their #BellyJelly. The video is part of the Movemeant Foundation’s effort to bring high impact, body-positivity curriculum to public schools throughout the country.
In recognition of philanthropic female entrepreneurship, Movemeant Foundation was invited to ring the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday, August 29. This time-honored provided the opportunity to raise awareness for preventative health, fitness and body image programs through this national platform.
Watch it here.
See the full press release here.
'Dare To Bare' is Movemeant Foundation's flagship outdoor charity fitness event and the largest body-positive event across the country. Together, we 'dare' ourselves to overcome the fears of our physical appearance in celebration of our physical strength, emotional fortitude, mental grit and self-love. We move. We sweat. We dance. And we shed not just our shirts, but our insecurities—proving that bodies of all shapes and sizes are healthy and capable.
Dare To Bare NYC. Sunday, October 2, 2016
Registration is now open! Get your tickets here!
#ShePlaysWeWin is a dynamic, visual showcase of the positive power of sport and fitness on a young woman's self-confidence and its lasting effects throughout her life.
Together, we're awarding $20,000 in financial grants to up to 20 girls of economically-disadvantaged communities with high incidences of health-risk behaviors. The goal is to uncover, support and document the powerful journey of girls as as they take charge of their bodies through sport and fitness, sometimes for the very first time.
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SHAPE—the leading women’s active lifestyle brand with an audience of more than 27 million—is embarking on a body confidence campaign devoted to encouraging women to embrace their unique physique, spread body positivity and change the body image conversation. And Movemeant Foundation is joining them on this ground-breaking journey. Read our story on Shape.com.
This is Aptos Middle School—an at-risk, Title I school where the need for fitness-based programs is critical for the emotional, social and physical development of their students. To address their need, we delivered a 12-week body positivity curriculum under the modality of hip hop dance. Watch what happened.
Now we're taking our curriculum to even more schools in need and further expanding it beyond dance to foster discoverability of the many ways our bodies can move.