Join us on Thursday, March 8th from 7-11 pm at Gallery 308 at Fort Mason, San Francisco, for Movemeant’s Annual Gala - The Future is Female!
Join forces with Movemeant + a few of the Bay Area's most powerful and successful women in business, including the President of Williams Sonoma, Janet Hayes, over a panel discussion on how routine exercise helped them build a foundation of confidence and empowered them to pursue a career and life they've always dreamed of.
The Future Is Female is not a stuffy, assigned-seating, sit-down dinner... we are hosting a fun, cocktail party (wear your cutest cocktail attire!) for like-minded women and men to share and connect on how the confidence and self-worth we build through fitness directly impacts the confidence we have professionally, academically, and personally. On this inspiring night there will be a live performance by Movemeant's body-positive Middle School girls, a live auction, open bar with wine poured by Durant & Booth, bites from A-16, Mixt, and Little Green Cyclo, a photo booth, live DJ, and a dance party led by Shonna Chiles from Confidance.
Proceeds go to Movemeant's impact programs!
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'Dare To Bare' is a day to recognize beauty in all its different shapes and sizes. It’s a day to silence our critical voices through successes that are earned with each and every drop of sweat. The dollars raised funds life-changing health and fitness programs that transform the lives of women and girls. That means we create experiences where movement is the gateway to women and girls feeling powerful in the skin she’s in. Read more here.
In celebration and awareness of the 'Dare To Bare' Charity Fitness Festival returning to New York City on Sunday, October 1st, Movemeant Foundation had the honor of ringing the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, August 23. This venerable, longstanding tradition offered Movemeant the opportunity to generate awareness for health, fitness and empowerment programs for women and girls across the country.
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QALO, the brand behind the most popular functional wedding ring, has announced the launch of its Mother Daughter Collection. As part of that, they've joined forces with Movemeant Foundation and #She Plays We Win Scholarship Fund. Through this, grants will be awarded to fuel the positive power of sport and fitness on a young women’s self-confidence and its lasting effects throughout her life. Read more...
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. Continue reading...
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, 2016. This time-honored provided the opportunity to raise awareness for preventative health, fitness and body image programs through this national platform.
#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 scholarships to economically-disadvantaged communities with high incidences of health-risk behaviors.
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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 24-week body positivity curriculum under the modality of hip hop dance. Watch what happened.