Hardcore Fitness San Diego Donates $2,600 to Local Nonprofit

| January 7, 2019 | 0 Comments

Left of right are Tommy Reynolds, Vanessa Reynolds, Kailey Rowan, Suzi Euell, Stephanie O’Conner and Daysi Baeza holding a check for Fresh Start.

Hardcore Fitness San Diego, a fitness studio dedicated to transforming lives and providing a supportive fitness atmosphere, donated $2,600 to local nonprofit Fresh Start Surgical Gifts to benefit kids with physical deformities. All proceeds will benefit the Fresh Start Medical Program that provides free-of-cost reconstructive surgery for infants, children and teens with physical deformities caused by birth defects, accidents, abuse or disease.

“Transforming lives is something we work towards everyday at our studio,” said Hardcore Fitness Owners and Downtown San Diego Residents Tommy and Vanessa Reynolds. “Knowing our donation will benefit families in need and help them gain access to the medical care they need to transform their own lives is nothing short of rewarding.”

Hardcore Fitness was founded in 2007 and started in San Diego in 2013. The program began as an outdoor boot camp. Today, Hardcore Fitness has locations throughout Southern California including local studios in San Diego in Clairemont, Encinitas, Downtown, El Cajon and Vista as well as Temecula.

“We are grateful for the support of businesses like Hardcore Fitness,” said Fresh Start CEO Shari Brasher. “Every dollar raised will help families affected by physical deformities obtain the medical care they deserve.”

Fresh Start has provided over $39 million worth of free medical services since 1991; Fresh Start is unique in that 100 percent of donor contributions goes directly to the medical program.

To make a donation to Fresh Start, please visit www.FreshStart.org.

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