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Partnering with Orangetheory Fitness in Concord to support 50Legs

November 07, 2017

As a great holiday gift idea, we've decided to designate 50 Legs as a recipient of a portion of the proceeds from the sales of our hand made glass bowls.

Serve Kindness is excited to announce that we are partnering with the Orangetheory Fitness in Concord, MA on Thursday, November 30th to support their trainer Tanya Bierworth to run the Boston Marathon in 2018. Tanya is running to raise awareness and money for a wonderful charity; 50 legs.

Tanya was inspired by a client she was training, Kim Paquin, who had her leg amputated due to a cancerous tumor. Tanya witnessed first hand a significant change in Kim once she was the recipient of a brand new, state of the art prosthetic leg from 50 legs. Tanya relates that Kim “stood taller, was more confident and had a lot less pain.”

Tanya is the essence of what Serve Kindness wants to promote.  Doing a good deed for someone else always has positive effects.  Serve Kindness will donate a percentage of each bowl sold to help Tanya reach, and hopefully, exceed her goal.

Please stop by the studio on November 30th and help Tanya in her quest to fundraise for 50 legs.






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