The Sky Cares Foundation’s main initiative the Chicago Sky Fitness Festival is a health and fitness festival held at Allstate Arena that is designed to show girls 8-18 all the ways they can get active, such as playing a sport, dancing or jumping double-dutch. Having role models, mentors, educators and coaches who model and teach this behavior is a critical aspect of building these positive life habits.
2017 Chicago Sky Fitness Festival
Research proves good habits in health and physical activity help build self-esteem and confidence:
- Girls who do 15 minutes of moderate physical activity a day reduce their risk of obesity by almost 50 percent.
- Girls who play sports are less likely to do drugs & get pregnant & are more likely to get higher test scores & develop self-confidence.
- Oppenheimer Funds study finds 4 out of 5 executive business women played sports growing up.
Over 400 youths from non-profit organizations participated in the Fitness Festival in 2016.
2017 Fitness Festival Photos
2016 Fitness Festival Photos
2015 Fitness Festival Photos
For more information please call Sam Salzeider at 312.994.5966 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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